Best Laptops for Girls | Latest List 2020
Choosing a perfect electronic gadget is one of the most confusing challenges for everyone. Mostly a person who doesn’t have any experience or knowledge.
Girls that study in college or university, office worker and from other fields can’t proceed with their work without having a laptop so it means that it’s essential. Women needs high-end configuration of laptop for working and to do things. Laptop and other gadgets are also consider as status symbol when meeting with clients and colleague. There are many things that you should look for while buying a laptop.
In this modern time, where women are not lesser than any of their counterpart in any field, many laptop manufacturing companies have realized this fact and this made them create the best laptops for girls.
So, if you are willing to buy girl laptops, then here are the 10 best laptops for girls.
10. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
- CPU: Intel Core i5-10310U (vPro) CPU
- GPU: Intel UHD Graphics 620
- RAM: 8GB
- Storage: 256GB SSD
- Display: 14-inch, 1080p
- Size: 12.7 x 8.5 x 0.6 inches
- Weight: 2.4 pounds
Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 8) brings faster performance to the best business laptop around.
The X1 Carbon is a stylish, featherweight laptop that brilliantly balances modern aesthetics with practical features. Nearly identical to the early 7th Gen models, Lenovo made only a few subtle tweaks to give its flagship business notebook a consumer-friendly facelift. A new logo on the lid puts a large “X1” stamp under the iconic ThinkPad brand. Don’t worry, the “i” still illuminates red.
Everything else is the same. On the deck are two speaker grilles flanking dual hinges. The signature ThinkPad red hue accents the pointing stick (or TrackPoint) and the left-and-right click buttons, and there is a diagonal ThinkPad logo on the right side of the touchpad, next to a tiny fingerprint sensor.
Despite these minor qualms, the X1 Carbon has one of my favorite laptop designs, rivaled in the business space by only the new HP Elite Dragonfly. I love the sleek shape and stealthy finishes of the X1 Carbon, but there is an irresistible allure to its stunning blue rival.
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As with every ThinkPad, the X1 Carbon is tested against 12 military-grade durability tests, which means it can survive harsh conditions, like high altitudes, freezing temperatures, and even exposure to spills and drops.
Protecting the inside of the X1 Carbon is a dTPM 2.0 chip, which ensures sensitive data is encrypted before being transmitted. The X1 Carbon also has a webcam cover, or ThinkShutter, so you can cover your lens without using ugly Scotch tape. It’s also nice to see the fingerprint sensor as a default feature, even if it’s small and blends into the deck.
Optional security protections include an IR camera for Windows Hello login and a ThinkPad PrivacyGuard, a privacy filter for the screen that intentionally reduces viewing angles. You can also configure the X1 Carbon with Privacy Alert, which will warn you when someone is looking at your screen and turn PrivacyGuard on automatically.
We reviewed both the 1080p and 4K models of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Let me get this out of the way: both 14-inch displays are excellent. As much as I enjoyed watching videos on the 4K screen, I’d opt for the Full HD panel; it’s a quality screen and more power-efficient than the UHD option (more on that later). If you don’t mind being tethered to an outlet and you watch a lot of shows or movies on your laptop, go with the 4K Screen or consider the in-between option, a 1440p panel with 300 nits of brightness.
Even more surprising were his skin tones, which appeared orange/pink on the UHD screen compared with the gray and peach shades I saw on the FHD panel. It was as if he were standing in a dark room on the 1080p screen and the 4K display shone a warm light on his face, bringing out rich colors. Similarly, the dark skin tones of a security guard were more radiant on the 4K panel but seemed more natural on the FHD screen.
I tested a ThinkPad X1 Carbon with an Intel Core i5-10310U with vPro CPU and 8GB of RAM and a higher-end model with a Core i7-10610U with vPro CPU and 16GB of RAM.
Both performed well, but I experienced more delays on the Core i5 model. There were some brief slowdowns on the less expensive option when I opened two dozen websites in Google Chrome, streamed music on YouTube Music, and played a pair of 1080p YouTube videos. The occasional stuttering wasn’t too bothersome and the laptop kept putting along as I added even more tabs. The Core i7 model handled this heavy workload without any sluggishness. That said, if you’re a power user, especially if you browse the web using the RAM-hungry Chrome browser, consider spending extra for 16GB of memory.
he ThinkPad X1 Carbon with a 1080p display lasts a full day on a charge with a runtime of 10 hours and 45 minutes. You won’t get the same endurance from the 4K model, but it did a decent enough job on test, lasting 7 hours and 23 minutes.
These are great results, but short of remarkable. New competitors like the ExpertBook B9450 (16:42) and the Elite Dragonfly (12:25) last significantly longer on a charge than even the FHD ThinkPad X1 Carbon.
9. Alienware Area-51m
- CPU: Intel Core i9-9900K
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080/Intel UHD Graphics 630
- RAM: 64GB
- Storage: dual 1TB PCIe M.2 SSDs/1TB (+8GB SSHD) Hybrid Drive
- Display: 17.3-inch, 1080p
- Size: 16.1 x 15.9 x 1.2~1.7 inches
- Weight: 8.5 pounds
The Alienware Area-51 offers unparalleled power in a sleek, redesigned chassis with the option to upgrade both the CPU and GPU.
This is something that’s been two years in the making. At long last, we bid a fond farewell to Alienware’s familiar Epic design language and give a warm welcome to Legend. It’s a bittersweet end to what became a familiar friend, but when you take stock of what Alienware’s come up with, I think you’ll find this beginning way more sweet.
Despite its rather beefy components, the Area-51m is on the lighter side of the desktop replacement spectrum at 8.5 pounds, 16.1 x 15.9 x 1.2~1.7 inches.
For girls, all the pointy edges and sharp bisecting angles have vanished in favor of rounded corners and silky smooth finishes. And instead of anodized aluminum, the majority of the Area-51m’s chassis is constructed from magnesium alloy in a color dubbed Dark Side of the Moon. The soft touch finish invites you to touch while rebuffing even the oiliest of fingerprints. It’s all very V, but without the subversive alien occupation by lizard people disguised as humans.
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Alienware has taken one of the best things about a desktop and brought it to the laptop in grand fashion — upgradability. It’s not the first to let you get at a gaming laptop’s interior, particularly the RAM and storage. But it’s the first in a long while that will let you swap out the CPU and GPU.
The refreshed Alienware Command Center continues to impress. The aggregate hub has gotten a new look that’s clean and easy to use. This is still where you come to trick out the lighted portions of the laptop as well as create macros. This is now also the place where you’ll launch your games, check system diagnostics, create power profiles, control fan speeds and even overclock the CPU and GPU.
he laptop also features Nvidia GeForce Experience with its gamer-centric software suite, including BatteryBoost, Whisper Mode, In-Game Overlay and Game Optimization. There’s also Killer Control Center, which lets you prioritize network bandwidth as well as test its speed and strength.
Come for the backlighting, stay for the display. As usual, Alienware graced gamers with a lovely 1920 x 1080 panel that delivers big color and crisp detail. The trailer for Little on the 17.3-inch panel was a font of color. My favorite bit of eye candy (outside of Luke James’ chocolatey self trying his hand at exotic dancing) was the painting of Regina Hall. The emerald, magenta and gold were gorgeous, but the electric blue was the true star of the image. Details were so clear I could see the pleats and most of the pattern in Issa Rae’s houndstooth pant.
From the bronze, sun-scorched deserts to the pristine white snow dunes illuminated by the ethereal emerald glow of the aurora borealis, Battlefield V looked devastatingly beautiful. Measuring for brightness, the Area-51m averaged 284 nits, which is brighter than the 278-nit average. It was also better than the Titan
Alienware wasn’t kidding when they said they were making a true desktop replacement. Rocking a 3.6-GHz Intel Core i9-9900K desktop chip with 64GB of RAM, the Area-51m is ready to do it all. Crunch numbers, encode video and steam some games — you name it, it can do it. Thanks to the inclusion of Intel Z390 chipset, this is the first Alienware to support 8 cores. This might be the most powerful laptop I’ve ever reviewed.
To put the system to the test, I opened up 40 tabs in Google Chrome — some running Twitch streams, YouTube videos, Tweetdeck while I watched Fyre: The Greatest Festival that Never Was on Netflix. There wasn’t a hint of latency until I launched Battlefield V and even then it was pretty minimal. And if you need more power (I can’t imagine why though), the CPU is indeed overclockable.
Even with an integrated graphics chip to fall back on, the Area-51m still has a power hungry desktop CPU to contend with. Unplug this baby at your own risk. The system only lasted 2 hours and 36 minutes on the Laptop Mag Battery Test, which consists of continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness. It’s shorter than the 3:15 premium gaming laptop average, but longer than the Eon 17-X
8. Asus ROG Zephyrus G14
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 9-4900HS
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Max-Q
- RAM: 16GB | Storage: 1TB SSD
- Display: 15.6-inch, 1080p
- Size: 12.8 x 8.7 x 0.7 inches
- Weight: 3.5 pounds
The Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 wowed us with its 11-plus hours of battery life, awesome AMD CPU performance and lightning-fast SSD.
Is it a gaming laptop? Or is it the epitome of bonafide badass machinery? Because damn, I’m in love with this design. The elegant milky-white color that Asus dubs “Moonlight White” is slathered over the Zephyrus G14’s magnesium-alloy lid. Half of the lid is covered in mesmerizing microdots for the mini LED lights called the AniMe Matrix display.
It’ll display your own images or GIFs, like a little Pikachu running across the lid. Our model didn’t have the LED lighting, but the lights weren’t necessary to make this baby look good. The metallic Republic of Gamers establishment stamp on the bottom left corner gave the laptop an industrial aesthetic. There’s also a small cutout on the lid, revealing the hinge’s engraved Zephyrus logo.
At 3.5 pounds and 12.8 x 8.7 x 0.7 inches, the Zephyrus G14 is both lighter and slimmer than the Dell.
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Like with other Zephyrus laptops, Asus packs in Armoury Crate, which you can use to manage the performance of the CPU, GPU and fans. In the same app, you can also customize the key lighting, aggregate games from other launchers, and create profiles for performance and lighting based on what you’re playing or doing. The GameVisual app adjusts the color of your display, while the GameFirst V app monitors and limits your network bandwidth for certain apps. There’s also the MyAsus app, which can run system diagnostics and hardware checks on your system.
Of course, you also get some Windows 10 apps, like Gardenscapes, Candy Crush Friends and Farm Heroes Saga. The Zephyrus G14 comes with a one-year limited warranty. See how Asus performed on our tech support showdown, best and worst brands and best and worst gaming brands ranking.
Who ordered a mainstream gaming laptop with a Colorful and bright Display? The Zephyrus’ 14-inch, 1920 x 1080 panel boasts a 120Hz refresh rate with AMD FreeSync, which eliminates screen tearing. Yes, AMD. Even though the Zephyrus G14 packs an Nvidia GPU, its display works with AMD’s FreeSync technology, thanks to a driver Nvidia released last year.
According to our colorimeter, the Zephyrus G14 nailed 117% of the sRGB color gamut, surpassing the mainstream gaming laptop average. The G7 15 (114%) and Scar III (110%) fell slightly behind.
The Zephyrus G14 is touting AMD’s prized beast: the Ryzen 9 4900HS processor, which ran through 40 Google Chrome tabs and five 1080p YouTube videos while Doom Eternal ran in the background without a sweat.
On the Geekbench 4.3 overall performance test, Zephyrus G14’s AMD CPU proved to be more than capable, scoring 30,181, which obliterates the 20,995 mainstream gaming laptop average. It also made short work of the Intel Core i7-9750H CPU found in the G7 15 (23,863) and the Scar III (23,196).
When we put the Zephyrus G14 up against our HandBrake benchmark, it took only 6 minutes and 59 seconds to transcode a 4K video to 1080p, speeding past the 10:37 category average. The G7 15 (8:05) and the Scar III (10:34) couldn’t even come close to the Zephyrus.
Along with the Zephyrus G14’s killer performance, what stands out about the laptop is its wild Battery Life. After the Zephyrus continuously surfed the web over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness, its battery died at 11 hours and 32 minutes. That makes it the longest-lasting gaming laptop you can buy right now. It’s nearly three times as long as the 4:26 mainstream gaming laptop average. The G7 15 (3:12) and the Scar III (5:09) were all put to shame.
See Also: Best 10 Gaming Laptops Under 500 In 2020
7. HP Envy x360 13 (2020)
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 4500U
- GPU: AMD Radeon Graphics
- RAM: 8GB
- Storage: 256GB NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD
- Display: 13.3-inch, 1080p
- Size: 12.1 x 7.7 x 0.7 inches
- Weight: 2.9 pounds
HP’s Envy x360 13 redefines the sub-$1,000 category by delivering an uncompromised premium 2-in-1 laptop for less.
You won’t find a more stylish, premium laptop for under $1,000. I’ve been using the Envy x360 13 for the past week and I still can’t believe it falls in our “mainstream” pricing category. What’s so surprising about the 2-in-1 Laptops is how similar it is to the much pricier sibling, the Spectre x360. This is a testament to HP’s ability and willingness to trickle down features from its flagship laptops to more affordable models.
t starts with the slim display bezels, which draw your eyes toward the screen and keep the chassis compact. That said, what struck me most about the Envy x360 13 is its miniature footprint. This convertible is very small. At 12.1 x 7.7 x 0.7 inches, the Envy x360 13 is more portable than the Envy-13.
The Envy x360 13’s aluminum chassis gives it a high-end feel akin to the MacBook Air or other expensive all-metal laptops. It also looks fantastic thanks to the Nightfall Black finish, which is a shade more interesting than black and a touch prettier than brown. Tying the design together are some gorgeous accents, like the slick HP logo on the lid, stylish speaker grilles underneath, Envy stamped on the hinge and some aggressive vents on the spine.
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HP needs to consolidate its apps. I counted nine HP-branded apps on the Envy x360 13, many of which could be packaged into a single program. Instead, you have HP Audio Switch, HP Command Center, HP Documentation, HP JumpStart, HP… the list goes on.
Of these, HP Support Assist is the app you should be most familiar with. Its dashboard shows you important info about the laptop, including the remaining warranty, battery life percentage and storage remaining. It’s also the easiest way to download up-to-date software and drivers.
HP gets a thumbs up for including the Bang & Olufsen Audio Control app where you can use an equalizer to customize your sound profile. It’s two thumbs down for the unneeded bloatware apps, like Booking (it’s a good service but the app should be opt-in), Express VPN (same idea), McAfee Personal Security, Netflix and Amazon.
The Envy 13 x360 runs Windows 10 Home and comes with a one-year warranty.
This is another area where the Envy x360 13 punches above its weight class. The Envy 13’s 13.3-inch, 1080p Display is sharp, bright, and the colors are rich and accurate. None of these qualities are class-leading but I’d be happy with the screen even if it were on a much more expensive notebook.
A besieged frigate lit the night sky with a fiery orange hue and the red, white, and blue of the American flags draped over caskets stood out against the dreary gray sea below. The Envy x360 13 has a glossy screen that catches reflections in bright conditions, so keep that in mind if you like to work outside.
I wish HP had thrown in a stylus with the Envy x360 because the touchscreen responded quickly to my taps and swipes. Then again, not everyone would use the pen and making it optional keeps the price down.
The tides have officially turned in AMD’s favor. The Ryzen 5 4500U CPU with 8GB of RAM in the Envy x360 13 delivers outstanding performance for the price, crushing its Intel-powered rivals by a significant margin. It even outperformed the $1,799 MacBook Pro on certain tests.
It’s not just about benchmarks, either. The Envy x360 13 breezed through my typically demanding workload, which involves 25 Edge browser tabs running in the background with YouTube Music cycling through my favorite songs. Google Docs can be finicky when a system is being taxed, yet I didn’t run into any problem as I wrote this review. Power users will still benefit from a beefier H-series CPU, but the amount of performance the Envy x360 13 gets you for $800 is simply remarkable.
The Envy x360 13 lasts a full workday without needing to be recharged. We ran the Battery Test using both the old and new versions of Edge. On the old browser, the Envy x360 13 lasted for an outstanding 11 hours and 52 minutes while continuously web browsing at 150 nits of brightness. While it didn’t fare as well on the new browser, the 10 hour and 45-minute runtime it put up is still excellent.
6. Asus Chromebook C434
- CPU: Intel Core m3-8100Y
- GPU: Intel UHD 615
- RAM: 4GB
- Storage: 64GB eMMC
- Display: 14-inch, 1080p
- Size: 12.6 x 8 x 0.6 inches
- Weight: 3.1 pounds
The Asus Chromebook Flip C434 is a portable 2-in-1 laptop with a premium design, a vivid 1080p display and all-day battery life.
The Chromebook Flip C434 could easily be mistaken for one of Asus’ pricier ZenBook Ultrabooks. When I look at its matte-silver aluminum finish with chrome trim, I can’t think of another laptop in this price range that looks as elegant as the Flip C434.
The first thing you’ll notice when you open the laptop are the barely-there bezels that surround the display. We’ve seen this before, but with a screen-to-body ratio of 87%, the Flip C434 is one of the most compact 14-inch laptops we’ve tested.
he C434 can “flip” 360 degrees into tablet or tent mode. Interestingly, the laptop’s two sturdy chrome hinges lock into place at 180 degrees. From there, the display rotates backward until the transition into tablet mode is complete.
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With a larger display, longer battery life and stronger performance, the new Asus Chromebook Flip C434 is one of the best Chromebooks we’ve ever tested. It could easily be mistaken for one of Asus’ pricier notebooks with its 2-in-1 matte-silver aluminum finish with chrome trim. The Chromebook Flip C434’s 1080p panel that is both vivid and bright.
Thanks to its Intel Core m3-8100Y processor, it’s a reliable multitasker when combined with ChromeOS. And with ChromeOS’ ability to work with Android apps, the laptop gains a lot more versatility. The Chromebook Flip C434 lasted 9 hours and 58 minutes of battery life, this laptop can transition from work to play with ease. It’s a notable improvement over its predecessor with its larger display, great audio and solid performance. It’s a great choice for those looking to make the leap to Chrome OS.
With such slim bezels on this machine, my eyes were drawn to the Flip C434’s 14-inch, 1080p touch screen, which is fairly bright and vivid, if short of groundbreaking.
The 14-inch display covers 93% of the sRGB color gamut, according to our colorimeter. While the Chromebook x2 (114%) and Chromebook Pro (118%) have more-vivid displays, the Chromebook Flip C434’s panel is more vibrant than those on its predecessor, the Chromebook Clip 302CA (76%), and the average Chromebook (83%).
The touch screen precisely tracked my erratic swipes as I navigated from one Google Chrome tab to the next, checking sports scores and viewing Overwatch on Twitch. While the Flip C434 is small for a 14-inch laptop, it’s still quite cumbersome as a tablet.
Our Chromebook Flip C434 review unit, equipped with an Intel Core m3-8100Y CPU and 4GB of RAM, had enough oomph that I could comfortably browse the web while running simple tasks. I quickly loaded 18 Google Chrome tabs and watched a 1080p stream of Israel’s failed moon landing while three other HD videos streamed in the background. I noticed some minor lag when switching between tabs, but the Chromebook Flip C434 did a great job overall.
Google’s operating system has aged like a fine wine in the past few years, transforming from an OS aimed at K-12 into a viable alternative to Windows 10 and MacOS for everyday users. The catalyst for that change was the launch of Android app support, which gives users the ability to download their favorite mobile apps onto their laptops.
The Flip C434 extended its predecessors’ already respectable runtime (8:52) by more than an hour, enduring for 9 hours and 58 minutes on our Laptop Mag battery test. That’s longer than the Chromebook Pro (8:05) and Chromebook x2 (8:50) times and the lofty category average (9:02).
5. ACER SWIFT 3
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 4700U
- GPU: AMD Radeon Graphics
- RAM: 8GB
- Storage: 512GB SSD
- Display: 14-inch, 1080p
- Size: 12.7 x. 8.6 x 0.6 inches
- Weight: 2.7 pounds
The Swift 3 is far from ornate, strutting around in a functional silver chassis. The Acer ultrabook doesn’t care to impress, but its minimalist exterior, which consists of magnesium and aluminum, is refined and polished. On the center of the lid, you’ll find a reflective Acer logo. Much like its Intel twin, the Swift 3 has tapered sides; the laptop is thicker toward the display where it houses six ports then it gradually becomes thinner.
The interior features more of that silver theme on the keyboard deck — even the keys are silver. An elegant font on the hinge says, “Swift.” The black side bezels are slim, but the top bezel is marginally thicker to make room for a 720p webcam. The large chin of the laptop features a reflective, chrome Acer logo.
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The Acer Swift 3 is equipped with Windows 10 Home, and it comes with some bloatware, including Norton, ExpressVPN and Skype, as well as Simple Mahjong, Spades and Solitaire.
The mind-blowing performance that you can get on the Swift 3 for its reasonable price tag is nothing short of jaw dropping. On our performance benchmarks, the Swift 3 not only bested its Intel variant, but also top-tier laptops such as the 13-inch Apple MacBook Pro and the Dell XPS 13.
f course, at such a budget-friendly price, you’ll have to sacrifice something. And with the Swift 3, display brightness and color reproduction isn’t its strong suit. But if you’re a homebody who spends most of your time indoors, brightness it’s not going to be much of an issue. However, if you’re finicky about having a brilliant display with high color reproduction capabilities, you’ll want to skip the Swift 3 and opt for the HP Envy 13, which is within the same price range.
The Acer Swift 3 has a 14-inch, 1080p display. At such a reasonable price point, it’s expected that the Swift 3 might not have the brightest, crispest and mostcolorful display. Overall, it’s a passable, moderately good display for casual video playback and streaming. But for serious photography, video editing and graphic design? No!
However, if you’re an outdoorsy person who loves sitting outside on bright and sunny days, you may want to reconsider the Swift 3. With just 251 nits of brightness, the Swift 3’s display lacks brilliance, but its Intel twin is even dimmer with 224 nits of brightness. Both fall short of the category average (285 nits of brightness). The Swift 3’s rival, the HP Envy 13, offers a brighter screen with 387 nits of brightness.
With its AMD Radeon graphics, the Swift 3 produced 79 frames per second on the Dirt 3 gaming benchmark, which crushed its Swift 3 Intel twin (44 fps) and the category average (47 fps). However, the HP Envy 13’s NvidiaVIDIA GeForce MX250 GPU bested the Swift 3 with 92 fps.
I challenged the Swift 3’s Ryzen 7 4700Uu processor and 8GB of RAM with 41 Google Chrome tabs, plus two YouTube pages playing 1080p videos. I’m almost certain the Swift 3 smirked at me and said, “That’s all you’ve got?”
The Acer Swift 3’s score on our Geekbench 4.3 overall -performance test blew our minds with a whopping 19,163. Not only did this number crush the Swift 3 Intel model (14,641), the HP Envy 13 (15,738) and the category average (14,197), but the Swift 3’s Ryzen 4700U CPU also ate the 13-inch MacBook Pro’s 10th-gen Intel Core i5 CPU with 8GB of RAM (18,221) and the Dell XPS 13’s 10th-gen Intel Core i5 CPU with 16GB of RAM (19,053). Ah, the taste of sweet victory.
The AMD-packed Swift 3 will last you a full day, so you don’t have to worry about the battery draining too quickly. he ultrabook lasted 11 hours and 9 minutes on Battery Life Test, which involves continuous web browsing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness. The Intel model of the Swift 3 gassed out after 7 hours and 31 minutes.
4. Dell XPS 13
- CPU: Intel Core i5-1065G7
- GPU: Intel Iris Plus
- RAM: 16GB
- Storage: 512GB M.2 NVMe SSD
- Display: 13.4-inch, 1200
- Size: 11.6 x 7.8 x 0.6 inches
- Weight: 2.8 pounds
From its exterior to its interior, the XPS 13 is a showstopper. The lid’s Frost White, anodized aluminum finish is cool to the touch and looks stylish going in and out my bag. The glossy Dell logo looks like a stylish broach, adding just the right amount of sparkle. I’m a fan of the twin-coil hinge that makes opening the laptop with one hand as simple as turning the page of a book.
At 11.6 x 7.8 x 0.6-inches, the 2.8-pound XPS 13 is one of the smallest ultraportables available. It’s 2% smaller than its predecessor. Once the laptop is open, you’ll find more of that winter white theme. Made from Dell’s patented glass-fiber weave, the stain-proof Arctic White deck is beautiful. Running my fingers across the textured surface is like ASMR, but for your hands. The keyboard is pushed toward the top of the deck, leaving just enough space for a glass touchpad.
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The XPS 13 has an embedded Fingerprint Reader in the power button for easy login using Windows Hello. It’s a nice, easy way to add an extra layer of security. I do wish Dell had found a way to either add a physical shutter for the webcam or an electronic kill switch. Having to use a piece of tape mars the beauty of those barely there bezels.
The Intel Iris Plus GPU inside the XPS 13 isn’t really designed to handle hard-core gaming, but it works in a pinch. The laptop produced 59 frames per minute (fps) on the Dirt 3 gaming benchmark. That’s just below the 60-fps average, but still higher than the MacBook Pro (38 fps), the Intel Iris Plus GPU-equipped Surface Laptop 3 and the Spectre x360, all of which notched 47 fps. The Prestige, with its Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q GPU, hit 150 fps.
When you first look at the XPS 13, it’s what you don’t see that you’ll notice before anything else. This marks the first time Dell has ditched all the bezels, including the bottom chin. But Dell didn’t just ditch the thick bottom bezel, it managed to shrink the other three bezels even further, with the side bezels measuring 0.15 and 0.2 inches, respectively, and the bottom bezel slimming down to only 0.18 inches.
Bright and extremely vivid. I was transfixed by actress Tracee Ellis Ross’ ruby-red sequined dress that played up her light brown skin in The High Note trailer. Details were so sharp, I saw every pattern embroidered into Ice Cube’s inky-black smoking jacket.
As gorgeous as Ross looked, I was surprised that the XPS 13 wasn’t as vivid as I thought. At least, not on paper. In fact, the laptop reproduced 115% of the sRGB Color Gamut.
For such a lightweight laptop, the Dell XPS 13 hits like a heavyweight. Packing an Intel Core i7-1065G7 (Ice Lake) processor with 16GB of RAM, the laptop allowed me to watch an episode of Tiger King on Netflix while running 25 other open tabs in Google Chrome — all without a stutter.
The notebook also performed well on our synthetic tests. On Geekbench 4.3, which tests overall performance, the XPS 13 achieved 19,053, handily beating the 16,669 premium laptop average. The Spectre x360, which also has a Core i7-1065G7 CPU, scored 18,408, while the MacBook.
Whether you’re on the road or working from home, the XPS 13 can put in a full work day and then some. The laptop lasted a whopping 12 hours and 39 minutes on the Test which consists of continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness. The XPS 13 easily outclassed the 8:47 premium laptop average, as well as the Prestige 14 (9:49), the Surface Laptop 3 (9:17) and the MacBook Pro (8:41). But the Spectre x360 was the last laptop running, with a time of 13:20.
3. SONY VAIO S
- CPU: Intel Core i7-6500U (4MB Cache, up to 3.10GHz)
- RAM: 8GB Memory
- STORAGE: 256GB PCIe SSD
- DISPLAY: 13.3″ Full HD (1920×1080) Display
- WEIGHT: Approx. 2.34 lbs.
The best thing is that no dongles are required for connectivity. It is providing all of the functionality itself. It is rich in ports having 3 USB ports. LAN and VGA connectors, SD card slots and many others for connecting any of the other external devices like USB, etc.
All of these features make this laptop best for girls. As u know not only the colors and beauty of any machine is the point of consideration. But also other things like its fast speed, RAM, memory lightweight matters a lot. It can be your perfect choice. Go ahead.
The areas of weakness in this laptop are covered by a rib-like structure or case that makes it much protected from damage than other laptops. This rib-like structure increases the durability, withstand in mishaps and amazingly provides a robust feel to the keyboard and touchpad.
To proves its durability, is VAIO S Laptop has gone through many of the approved testing procedures. These are the Corner Impact Test, Twist Test, Pressurized Vibration Test, Pen Bend Test, LCD Pressure Test, and the final drop test through which this gadget has passed successfully.
Moreover, its structure has complete flexibility and mobility. Lightweight is it’s another cool feature despite all of its ports and other feature. It is 0.52-0.71 inch thin and has an impossibly lightweight of 2.34 pounds. These amazing features make it the best laptop for ladies.
It has a full 13.3 inch full HD display with a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080. Such a gorgeous display makes it a pretty much good choice.
It has the latest generation Core i7 -6500U processor. An increasing number of cores tell us about the latest and enhanced features. Till now, Intel has their processors boosted up to Core i8. These new processors are having more user-friendly and easily understandable features.
Having the 4 MB of cache and up to 3.10 GHz of speed, this processor will allow you to work incredibly fast. 8GB memory is enough storage space for large data savers. It is also having 256GB PCIe SSD.
As soon as the screen of this laptop is opened, its keyboard automatically tilted to reduce the stress on your wrist. You can work over it continuously for hours without getting tired.
Up to 9 hours of continuous battery timings make this laptop operational all day. It’s relentless power make it a big reason to be chosen first.
2. HP SPECTRE X360
- Display Size: 13.3 Inches.
- Storage: 256GB SSD.
- RAM: 8GB.
- Processor: Intel Core i7-7500U.
- Graphics Card: Intel HD Graphics 520.
- Operating System: Windows 10 Home.
- Weight: 3.33 pounds.
HP Spectre x360 another good addition to the list. Females like mentioned before preferring stuff that is smart and light-weight. HP Spectre x360 is a perfect choice for women. The laptop is built on new designs and technology.
Spectre’s slim, of 0.41-inch-thick build grabs a lot of attention, the combination of copper and charcoal (HP calls it “ash silver”) go together perfectly. And the HP’s minimalist premium logo is sleek and subtle while still projecting a sense of class. Measuring 12.8 x 9.03 x 0.41 inches and weighing 2.45 pounds, the Spectre makes systems that would normally be considered slim seem fat.
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This is one of the thinnest, most powerful and best looking ultraportable laptop in the market. Spectre was at a time the thinnest laptop in the world, which isn’t the case anymore, but the laptop is easily portable and gorgeous to look at, the best combination a girls laptop.
HP is not willing to compromise on the performance of the device. Unlike competitors in the super-thin laptops, Spectre houses an Intel Core I U-series CPUs. And performs way better than others like Acer Swift 7. This performance advantage can really make a difference for people who need to multitask or do a bit of light video editing.
The screen size is 13.3 inches. Now if you are wondering about the graphics card it is Intel UHD 620 Graphics. The Intel UHD 520 graphic card is almost similar to the previous version which is HD 620.
The only main difference you will see between both graphic cards is that the speed which is 100 MHz So, you will be having a fine gaming experience. But if you want to play some other modern games just as Witcher 3 then you will see some speed issues other than that the laptops work fine.
Now there are two options when it comes to HP Spectre x360. The company has provided three packages for you. You can enjoy this i7 intel core with 8 GB RAM and 256GB ROM. There are two other similar models as well where you can have 16GB RAM and 512GB or 1TB SSD ROM.
As we have mentioned many times on our website that the processor i7 is fast and can handle multitasking with a flow. So, the memory and processor factors are not that bad considering the price of the laptop as well.
HP designed a “hyperbaric” cooling chamber, where fans create a pocket, suck in cool air from the vent on the bottom and release hot air from the vent on the machine’s back. Unfortunately, if you do multitasking and productivity work, the bottom of the laptop gets uncomfortably warm.
Battery life is another factor that you consider before spending your dimes on a laptop. It is said that the laptop has a battery life of 12 hours. Well, if you are multitasking then it can last for more than a while. Spectre’s super-thin design leaves little space for the batteries. Even though HP did some innovative engineering to split the batteries into four sections, the laptop battery lasts around 6-8 hours with constant surfing over Wi-fi.
1. APPLE MACBOOK PRO
- Screen Size: 15 Inches.
- Storage: 512GB SSD
- RAM: 16 GB LPDDR3.
- Processor: Intel Core i7 (7th Gen).
- Graphics card: Radeon Pro 560 (dedicated).
- Operating System: macOS Sierra.
- Weight: 6.4 lbs.
Apple MacBook Pro is considered one of the best and I have talked about this laptop numerous amounts of times before. This device is amazing and fast working so it is impossible not to talk about it.
This resolution provides the best experience to the customers. The 15-inch display is amazing and exotic. The price point is also high because apple has also provided their amazing technology Retina Display as well. This technology provides further clearer and brighter colors.
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Apple has upgraded its game in the past few years. Apple MacBook Pro is the best choice for you if you are looking for an expensive and fast working laptop. Some people may not agree with the price point as the model is quite expensive. But the working and graphic elements of this model makes it ideal for Kali Linux as well.
The price may not be an issue for some people as this model got a lot of attention for its display and storage capacity as well. We will break down every feature for you this time.
Another amazing factor about this model is that its graphics 2880×1800. It is the highest resolution you will see in Laptops and it is rare as well. This resolution provides the best experience to the customers. The 15-inch display is amazing and exotic. The price point is also high because apple has also provided their amazing technology Retina Display as well. This technology provides further clearer and brighter colors.
This apple laptop has an impressive graphics card as well. Apple has used Radeon Pro 560 with 4GB memory. This display is ideal if you are into gaming and love to spend on gaming laptops.
The laptop can also handle 4k videos and stuff. If you want to edit your stuff in high quality then no doubt this laptop is the best choice.
The device has a best-storing capacity. If you are looking for the best laptop then you should check factors like Storage and RAM first. The amazing Apple MacBook Pro has storage of 512GB SSD storage. The storage cannot be updated but this capacity is enough to store files and run Pentest with better speed so you do not need to worry. The other impressive factor to talk about is RAM. The RAM of this laptop is 16GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 memory as well. The RAM capacity is pretty expensive and can also run games and other programs smoothly. This laptop no wonder is the best choice if you are looking for capacious and fast working laptops.
This laptop has an impressive Butterfly Keyboard and has a huge trackpad which makes working on this laptop much easier. The keyboard gives smooth feels and works perfectly as well.
The battery timing is totally ideal. This model is offering you 8 hours of none stops battery to do your tasks for a long amount of time.