Top 10 laptops of 2016

Top 10 laptops of 2016

Shopping for one or more laptops? We’ve selected the best for your business – and for you.

Laptops aren't exactly in short supply – the hard part is selecting the great ones from the also-rans. Don't fret, though: our team of reviewers have selected the finest and best-value laptops so far in 2016.

Of course, laptops come in all shapes and sizes, with different specifications and price points – and we’ve tried to ensure our top 10 reflects this diversity:

  1. Dell XPS 13 (from $1,799)
  2. Apple MacBook Pro 13in with Retina Display (from $1,999)
  3. Microsoft Surface Pro 4 (from $1,349)
  4. Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Series 2-in-1 (from $699)
  5. Dell XPS 15 (from $2,499)
  6. HP Stream 11 ($199.99)
  7. Dell Chromebook 13 7310 ($969.10)
  8. Microsoft Surface Book (from $2,299)
  9. Apple MacBook 12in (from $1,999)
  10. HP ZBook Studio (from $5008).

Remember that what’s good for us may not be ideal for you, so the above order doesn’t necessarily reflect a hierarchy based on the best or best value.

There’s no need to restrict yourself to this list either, because there are plenty of other good laptops – and from other brands such as Acer, Asus, Lenovo and Toshiba – available. Just be sure to follow our advice in our laptop buyer’s guide and shop around. 

First review: Dell XPS 13.

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