By: Mary Jones
MateBook 14s, a tweaked version of the also-excellent MateBook 14, is another desirable all-rounder in the laptop marke
Offering a significant boost compared to the 10nm Intel chipset of the earlier MacBook Air range, the 5nm M1 chipset is blisteringly fast in operation
It’s still an incredibly lightweight marvel of engineering and now improves on the niggles we had before, all inside a more attractive design
The Dell XPS 15 remains one of the best-looking business laptops on the market thanks to its aluminium and carbon fibre finish.
Despite the mid-range nature of the laptop, Huawei has done a great job at making the MateBook D 14 look like a premium option.
HP’s core laptop has been a favourite of ours for years but the 2021 model has taken a dip and the 2020 model is now hard to find.
It might not have a fingerprint scanner or an Ethernet port but the Yoga Slim 7 is otherwise hard to fault and the latter is rare anyway.
Acer continues to impress with the Swift 5, an excellent laptop that’s a great all-rounder.
Samsung continues to make excellent convertible 2-in-1 laptops since its return to the laptop market and this is our new favourite
Microsoft here and while the design could maybe do with a refresh, the Surface Laptop 4 is another great all-rounder notebook that will suit many different users.
The XPS 13 was once the undisputed king of the ultrabook world, but the competition has stepped up its game and Dell isn’t quite doing enough to keep pace.
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