List of the Best Laptop of 2014
Laptop Buying Guide
The laptop market has undergone major changes in the last few years. If you’re looking to buy a laptop but aren’t exactly sure what you need to look for, then don’t panic. Here’s a guide that will show you how to choose the best laptop to buy.
While our laptop and mobile PC buying guide will give you the tools to go out and research, shop for, and buy the perfect laptop, hybrid, or Windows tablet, there’s no harm in starting off with a few favorite picks for 2013.
It’s hard to go wrong with the latest version of Apple’s MacBook Air. Both the 13-inch and 11-inch models have updated Intel Core i5 processors and excellent battery life. For a Windows version of something similar, check out, which has a better-than HD screen. The has a similar higher-res display and a flexible hinge that converts into a tablet, for less than $1,000. A very inexpensive option that’s still usable for online surfing and sharing is the 14-inch , which runs the Chrome OS from Google.
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Since the 2012 version of our buying guide, a couple of big-picture things have changed. Windows 8 (recently updated to Windows 8.1) is now the default operating system, and its tile-based interface means that touch screens are now standard in nearly every new laptop. And, after years of few if any Windows tablets, the Win 8 era has given us dozens of them, and many are not just basic slates, but ambitious hybrids with flipping, rotating, or even detachable screens.
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