From the laptops competing for being the thinnest to fully loaded monster gaming laptops, the technology is advancing rapidly. Every year the tech giants bring something new that the world awaits. Well, here is a look at some of the laptops due for a launch this year and can make the wait worthwhile.
Slated for a March launch and priced at nearly $1,599, this laptop will change the future of business laptops. It boasts of 24 hours of battery life with an adaptive Windows Hello feature that can detect when you are approaching the laptop. It is 0.34-0.59 inches thin only and weighs 2.99 pounds. It will be configured with the latest 8th Gen Core i5 Whiskey Lake Processor, 16 GB RAM, and 2TB SSD.
Expected to launch in the second quarter of the year, this laptop is a combination of a tablet, a gaming notebook, detachable, a desktop replacement and a tank. It has some noteworthy features like a detachable keyboard, a kickstand and the most interesting part is that Asus decided to connect two of the SSDs directly to the CPU, resulting in express speed file transfers
The Alienware m17 is launching Jan. 29 and starts at $1,649. The new m17 will come loaded with the latest Core i9 CPU as well as the new RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU. With a 3840 X 2160, 60 Hz panel that registers 400 nits of brightness, this will offer the perfect gaming experience.
Expected to launch with a price tag around $1,699 in May this year, this l14 inch laptop is just 0.4 inches thin and weighs only 1.96 pounds. It will be equipped with Intel Core i7-8500Y processor with up to 16GB RAM and 512 GB SSD.
The Razer Blade 15 Advanced will launch Jan. 21 and start at $2,299, but there are a couple of cosmetic features to be excited about, especially post-launch.
The Mercury White design will no longer be a Razer Store exclusive, and it will be debuting at Best Buy at launch. While it’s 15-inch, the 144-Hz panel may seem like more than enough, Razer claims to be working on a 240-Hz screen. The Razer Blade 15 will also come equipped with the coveted 4K OLED panel sometime in the future.
So are you ready for these laptops, and which one do you intend to buy?