Well it’s time to get back to work but Gizmos and gadgets can help make your return easier.
From tablets to laptops with screens that flip over on themselves and note-saving tablets, there are plenty of options when it comes to staying productive in 2016.
We take you into our world and review 5 of the best upcoming laptops in 2016.
Coming in first The Dell XPS 13
With a core I5 processor and onboard intel hd5500 graphics, 8gb of ram, an ultra-sharp QHD+ touch display and a roaring fast 256gb SSD this astonishingly light and thin laptop falls into our number 1 spot, its fast stylish and uses the newest generation of the intel core range (for those that know it’s the skylake processors) the thing is we’ve got to admit, *sigh* There are down sides, No Ethernet port and a mildly annoying off Centre webcam make this laptop still good but like all good things have to have flaws too. Not too badly priced either at $2499
A close Second The Lenovo Yoga 700
Stylish designs will see you looking good in the boardroom with a little powerhouse to keep you going, with an i5 or i7 processor this little machine packs some punch, sporting windows 10 and a 14inch Full 1080P HD screen you won’t be disappointed, Just wait for the best part its available from $1500.
Asus Zenbook UX305
Third on our list is the Asus Zenbook UX305, Now this ones not as punchy as the Lenovo or the Dell but it still packs a punch with a intel core M processor and Intel HD 5300 Graphics onboard, 8gbs of ram a 13.3 Inch FHD screen and a an superfast 256 SSD it will still run windows like a dream, only downsides to this laptop are that it has tinny speakers and its rather difficult graphics driver. Sporting the looks of a MacBook that many like it will look good on your desk whilst your coworkers look in awe. It’s got a modest price tag from about $1400
Fourth on the list is the HP Spectre x360
With a core i5 processor and yet again intel hd 5500 graphics with 8gb of ram and a 13.3 Full HD touch screen and a 256gb SSD (I’m sensing a theme here) it has more than enough guts to run windows 10, it fits between Laptop and Tablet, it’s that perfect hybrid, not overly lightweight but it’s a little powerhouse, and were back to the downsides again, firstly it’s too heavy for 2016 were looking at light weight stunning laptops with the latest and greatest in tech, also its got a really annoying track pad that if your arms tilt in like mine do you’ll always move your mouse and click whilst typing.
For this ones got an overly large price tag of $2149
Last but not least Acer Chromebook C910
The Acer chrome Book 15 C910, it’s got an I5-5200 processor (dual core) and Intel 5500 HD Graphics, 4gb of ram and a 15.6 inch full HD and a not overly great sides 32gb SSD. It’s got Chrome OS (straight from google). It’s got a stylish looks and speedy performance and a long battery life. Only downsides this laptops got is a pretty annoying awkward keyboard and it’s a little on the heavy side.