10 Best Laptops to Buy in 2018 - Doctor Tech


6 July 2018

10 Best Laptops to Buy in 2018

Are you looking to buy a Best Laptop in 2018? Well, I guess you are because that's the reason you have landed on this page. But don't you worry we have got you covered with some best laptops you can buy in 2018.

While there are numerous things that a buyer likes to consider according to his/her needs, the below-mentioned laptops ticks almost every department that a user usually looks for.

Best Laptops to Buy

With our list of Best Laptops to Buy in 2018, we try to bring every great laptop available in the market that you can consider putting your money in.

We witness a new breed of Laptops every year with more advanced features and powerful configuration. Every big brand on the market brings something new and innovative for their buyers.
Despite the fact that the Laptop market is slowing down and reaching a dead end, companies are not in a mood of giving up and instead are working hard enough to revive this market space. Every year these laptop manufacturers somehow manage to bring something.

Manufacturers are trying to make laptops more useful in day-to-day lives. Whether a user needs the portability of a tablet or the productivity of a laptop, companies are integrating everything in this small metal frame. 2-in-1 laptops are a perfect example of this. Everything is becoming more compact than ever to load the power of a beast machine in not so beast looking machine.

So here's the list of Laptops;

Best Laptops to Buy in 2018


CPU: Intel Core i3 - i7 | RAM: 4GB - 16GB | Display: 13.3-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) - QHD+ (3200 x 1800) | Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620 - Iris Plus Graphics 640 | Storage: 128GB - 1TB SSD

    Pros: Faster Performance | Long Lasting Battery

    Cons: Awkwardly placed Webcam

Slim, light, powerful and majestic, Dell’s 2017 flagship XPS 13 is one of the best laptops today. The company introduced a new Alpine White model recently, but the version we’ve reviewed ought to satisfy anyone looking for a top-notch Windows Ultrabook in the meantime.
    Whether for its powerful Intel Kaby Lake processors or for its bezel-less ‘Infinity Edge’ display, which shoves a 13.3-inch screen into an 11-inch frame, the Dell XPS 13 makes a significant impression. Not only that, the port selection is on point too.
    Compared to Apple’s USB-C exclusive approach, Dell’s flagship notebook impresses with – in addition to USB-C – USB 3.0 and an SD card slot. Bearing in mind those facts alone, it’s no wonder the Dell XPS 13 is amongst the most popular Windows laptops in the world. And it gets better. You also get a choice of a super high-res and multi-touch screens, as well as a breadth of options for storage and memory. Or you can save on cash and opt for more conservative specs.

    2. HP Spectre x360


    CPU: Intel Core i3 - i7 | RAM: 8GB - 16GB | Display: 13.3-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) - UHD (3840 x 2160) IPS multi-touch | Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620 | Storage: 256GB - 1TB SSD
      Pros: Ultra Thin and Stylish Design | Quick Charging and Long Lasting Battery

      Cons: Thick Bezels | No SD Card Reader

    The 13.3-inch version of the HP Spectre x360 may not have an SD card slot like its 15.6-inch sibling, but it packs the same hardy internal components in a more portable physique. Then there’s the keyboard, which with 1.3mm of travel, feels like a significant improvement.
    Despite having a dependable 8 hours and 45 minutes longer battery life, the HP Spectre x360 weighs just about 1.2 kg. Just when we thought there wasn’t a laptop that’s cutting-edge in every category, the HP Spectre x360 proved us wrong.

    3. Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar


    CPU: Dual-core Intel Core i5 - i7 | RAM: 8GB - 16GB | Display: 13.3-inch (2560 x 1600) IPS | Graphics: Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640 - 650 Storage256GB - 512GB PCle SSD

              Pros: The Best Macbook Ever |  Super fast Performance

              Cons: Expensive | Average Battery Life

    If you're after the latest laptop from Apple, we suggest you welcome the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Microsoft claims the Surface Book 2 is twice as powerful, but it's not available in India.

    Of course, the headline feature is the Touch Bar – a thin OLED display above the keyboard that can be used for various applications. If you're a fan of the MacBook Pro 2017, you'll be happy with this model but there are some serious reasons why you should consider one of the Windows alternatives too.

    The MacBook Pro isn't as powerful, has a lower resolution display and has no touchscreen support. Plus, its battery is a tad disappointing. We'd recommend this only to diehard Apple fans and those who are already invested in the ecosystem.

    4. Microsoft Surface Pro 4


    CPU: Intel Core m3 - i7 | RAM: 4GB - 16GB | Display: 12.3-inch (2736 x 1824) Pixel Sense Display | Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 615 - Iris Plus Graphics 640 Storage: 128GB - 512GB SSD

              Pros: Brilliant Screen | Excellent Performance

              Cons: Keyboard sold separately

    The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is the best laptop for those looking for the perfect blend between a nimble Windows tablet and a fully functional laptop. The base version of the Surface Pro 4 is just a tablet and the Surface Pen or Type Cover keyboard are sold separately. And we'd recommend springing for the keyboard case.

    The Surface Pro, alongside the also-excellent Surface Book laptop, is to Windows what the Pixel is to Google's Android. It's the benchmark Windows device, with software and hardware working together in perfect harmony.

    5. Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon


    CPU: Intel Core i7 - 7500U | RAM: 16GB | Display: 14-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS | Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 620 Storage: 512GB SSD

              Pros: Smaller and Lighter | Doesn't Compromise on Performance

              Cons: Expensive

    With Lenovo's Thinkpad X1 Carbon 2017 update, the company has redefined the benchmark for business notebooks. This year's edition of the Thinkpad X1 Carbon compromises on nothing, be it portability or performance.

    It's smaller and lighter, has a compact profile reinforced with carbon fiber, which means it is as tough as they come, has all the I/O ports you will need and bits like touchpad improvements backed by Microsoft Precision Touchpad program.

    6. Huawei MateBook X Pro


    CPU: 8th Generation Intel Core i5 - i7 | RAM: 8GB - 16GB | Display: 13.9-inch 3K (3000x 2080) IPS | Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 620, Nvidia GeForce MX150 2GB GDDR5 Storage512GB SSD

              Pros: Beautiful Display | Elegant Design | Great Battery Life

              Cons: No SD card slot | Average Webcam

    The Huawei MateBook X Pro is our pick for the best laptop money can buy in 2018. After years of this list being dominated by the (still excellent) Dell XPS 13, the MateBook X Pro has proved to be a truly brilliant challenger. This is a gorgeously-designed laptop with a stunning screen (albeit with a rather odd aspect ratio), and it comes packed with cutting-edge components that allow it to perform brilliantly, and a battery life that runs rings around many of its rivals. It also has a very competitive price, giving you features, design, and performance for quite a bit less money.

    7. MSI GS65 Stealth

    MSI GS65 Stealth


    CPU: Intel Core i7 | RAM: 16GB | Display: 15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) anti-glare, wide-view 144Hz panel | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (8GB GDDR5X VRAM, Max-Q) | Storage: 512GB M.2 SSD

              Pros: Beautiful Display | Excellent Performance

              Cons: Average Heat Management

    The new MSI GS65 Stealth has knocked our previous choice of the best gaming laptop, Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501, off this list, thanks to its excellent array of cutting-edge components, which includes an 8th-generation Intel Core i7-8750H CPU and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 GPU. It's also more reasonably priced than the Zephyrus GX501, and its subtle design means that it can double as a work or study laptop without raising any eyebrows. If you're looking for a more affordable gaming laptop, however, check out the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming below.

    8. Google Pixelbook


    CPU: Intel Core i5 - i7 | RAM: 8GB - 16GB | Display: 12.3-inch QHD (2400 x 1600) | Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 615 | Storage: 128GB - 512GB SSD

              Pros: Elegant Design | Full Android App Support

              Cons: Pen in not included | No Biometri Login

    The best Chromebooks have experienced huge success in recent years as a result of their accessibility, and Google Pixelbook is no exception. Even though it costs twice as much as the average Chrome OS device and doesn’t come with a stylus as you may expect, the Pixelbook is built to withstand the future. It features a pair of Thunderbolt 3 ports for accessories and super fast file transfers, a hinge that flips inside out for watching movies on planes and a taste of Android. You get full access to the Google Play store on the Pixelbook, from playing Sonic the Hedgehog to watching videos in VLC. The icing on this pixelated cake is its long battery life – it lasted nearly 8 hours in our own testing, so you shouldn’t need to worry about the Pixelbook dying on you.

    9. Acer Switch 3


    CPU: 1.10GHz Intel Pentium Quad Core N4200 - Intel Core i3 7100U | RAM: 4GB | Display: 12.2-inch (1920 x 1200) IPS LCD touchscreen | Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 505 | Storage: 64GB - 128GB eMMC

              Pros: Elegant Design | Value for money

              Cons: Tricky Hinged Stand | No Good for Games

    If you want the Microsoft Surface Book 2 but you want to spend a lot less, the Acer Switch 3 2017 is definitely your best option. It's designed around essentially the same concept as the Surface Book 2 and it's a less capable thanks to slightly lower power innards, but for most tasks, it's a brilliant little machine. What's more, to add further value this 2-in-1 laptop/tablet comes with the keyboard upgrade which means no little extras to pay for. As usual, it comes in several different versions, with USB Type-C, 8GB RAM, an IPS display and Intel Core i3 7100U CPU coming with the more expensive option.

    10. Samsung Notebook 9


    CPU: Intel i7-8550U | RAM: 4GB | Display: 15-inch (1920 x 1080) LED | Graphics: Nvidia GeForce MX150 | Storage: 256GB - 512GB SSD

              Pros: Excellent Performance | Good Battery Life

              Cons: Squishy Keyboard

    While it may not have the best keyboard in the world, the Samsung Notebook 9 is still one of the best laptops you can buy in 2018. Packed with more horsepower than the MacBook Pro, but at a much lower price, Samsung has crafted a laptop that has just as much substance as it does style. Plus, on top of its killer specs, it’s lightweight and thin, making this one of the most portable 15-inch laptops you can buy today.

    I hope you found this list of 10 Best Laptops useful and find it beneficial in choosing your ideal Laptop. Do share your thoughts in the comment section below, about this post and let us know if there is any other laptop that can be added to the list.

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