Best laptops for graphic design

There are many gaming laptops models in 2019, because of this i think any potential buyer should study the market a little before buying and laptop. Let’s present a few of the best laptops in 2019.

The largest screens available typically show up in workstation-class and gaming laptops, though there are a few budget desktop-replacement options here as well. A 17-inch screen is large enough to share for presentations, or if you need the extra pixels to immerse yourself in your graphics projects or 3D games. The extra space in the chassis can be used for one or more graphics processors, desktop-class CPUs, or multiple banks of hard drives and SSDs. The larger chassis also usually means a more roomy keyboard. Weight is typically more than 6 pounds at this screen size, and sometimes 10 pounds or more for gaming rigs. These systems aren’t meant to be portable, and they typically don’t have long battery life.

The HP Spectre line of Ultrabooks and 2-in-1 laptops has always consisted of extraordinarily attractive devices. So, when we say that the 2019 Spectre x360 takes things to another level, that should mean something. This is one of the most beautiful laptops on the market right now, with its gem cut design and sleek profile. Couple that with the powerful Intel Whiskey Lake processors and long battery life, and you get one of the best laptops on the market right now. Its ability to flip into a Windows tablet is just icing on the cake.

The Asus VivoBook Flip 14 has 64 GB of speedy eMMC storage, a good-enough Intel Core m3 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and a bright, 14-inch screen with a 1920×1080 resolution. Its keyboard and trackpad are comfortable and responsive, and while the case isn’t as we’d like, it’s still of better quality than other laptops in this price range. But the VivoBook Flip’s 4 GB of memory is a bit limiting, its battery won’t last a full day like the Chromebook’s, and like all Windows laptops, it comes with a lot of bloatware. Choosing a budget laptop is tricky, because you’ll find dozens-even hundreds-of configurations at a given time. Their prices fluctuate constantly, too, and companies release and discontinue models with no warning. If our pick isn’t available, you should look for the following specs in an all-purpose budget laptop: seventh- or eighth-generation Intel Core i3 or i5 processor (they’ll have model names that start with i3 or i5 and end with 7xxx or 8xxx), 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM, a solid-state drive, and a 1366×768 or better screen resolution. Read extra info at laptoptera.

The Asus Vivobook E200HA is a brilliant little netbook that weighs less than a kilogram but still manages to pack all the features you could want from a budget laptop. With 12 hours of battery life in normal usage and a dinky footprint, this is the most baggable laptop we’ve ever tested. With that crazy low price and weight come performance compromises – but if you only use a few browser tabs at a time, you’ll be right at home. Since we reviewed this lovely little netbook, the price has dropped to below £200 at most retailers, although it varies week by week.