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Top 5 Laptops for Business Under 1000$

If you don’t have the best tools for your business, how can you expect to be more efficient or improve your business? But with so many options out there, how do you know which laptop to get for your business? We’ve done the research for you and boiled it down to these five laptops which we believe are the best for doing business on.

Remember when looking for a new laptop for your business, you want to base your decision on the performance abilities of the computer more than price alone. Choosing a laptop that will work great for your company will end up saving you tons of money in the long run.

Lenovo ThinkPad T460

Lenovo ThinkPad T460

We’ve given the Lenovo ThinkPad T460 4 of 5 stars, and rated it the best overall for any size business. Some of the features we like that are a great help to the businessman are a long-lasting, high-capacity battery; highly accurate TrackPoint and touchpad; and a comfortable keyboard. It also has a durable design which means it will last. Some of the negative features were that the display didn’t have a great color range and it doesn’t have a PCIe SSD option.

Lenovo ThinkPad 13

Lenovo ThinkPad 13

The Lenovo ThinkPad 13 got 4.5 of 5 stars from us and was determined to be the best overall laptop for small businesses. It earned this title because it’s affordable, has a long battery life, features a USB Type-C port, and a great keyboard. The only disadvantages to this laptop are a sensitive touchpad, slow SSD, and the keyboard is not backlit. However, because of how much you get for what you’re paying, we highly recommend small businesses seriously consider this laptop.

Lenovo ThinkPad X260

Lenovo ThinkPad X260

The Lenovo ThinkPad X260 earned 4 of 5 stars from us. This laptop is particularly great for the businessman who does a lot of traveling because of its lightweight but durable design. It also has a comfortable keyboard, and an impressive battery life of up to 17 hours, making time spent away from electric outlets just as productive as any other time. The only negative is that if you don’t opt for a screen upgrade, the display is a bit dull.

HP EliteBook Folio G1

HP EliteBook Folio G1

We gave 4 of 5 stars to the HP EliteBook Folio G1 and believe it to be another great laptop for travelers. It’s not only lightweight, super thin, and durable; it also offers a colorful 4K screen, an accurate face login, and a great keyboard. What we don’t like about it is that it doesn’t have the best battery life and has no full-size USB port. However, with its robust performance capabilities, it’s worth checking out if you’re in the market for a new laptop for your business.

Lenovo Yoga

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga received 4 of 5 stars during our evaluation. We like its durable, light, and flexible design, accurate stylus, outstanding keyboard, and optional OLED screen. What’s most impressive, though, is the battery life that can last a full workday, even if you’re using it extensively. The problems we found were that it has a slower SSD speed on the Core i5 model, and the bottom tends to get warm when running. But, if you’re looking for a business laptop that can keep going all day without needing a break, this is the one for you.

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Today’s review is going to be the new base model 13-inch MacBook Pro.

The new MacBook Pro line is one of the more controversial Apple launches in recent memory.

The launch was highly anticipated, but some of the hardware and pricing decisions Apple made left a lot of people unhappy and frustrated.

The packaging is the typical apple quality that we have all come to expect inside the box with the computer is one USBC cable and a 61 watt USBC power adapter.

They no longer include an extension cable for the power adapter you can also no longer wind the cord around the charger which was really a useful feature that I always liked.

The machine itself feel solid and well built the new aluminum body is light but also super solid.

I like the new keyboard feel, and after getting used to it for a few hours it’s hard to go back the trackpad is giant, and as usual, it’s pretty much the best in the business now.

Let’s get on to some of the controversies the only ports are the two Thunderbolt 3.1 ports on the left side and a headphone jack on the right.

I have to say that I miss the MagSafe charging port it was just a great design and charging through USB feels like a step back.

The retina displays the same resolution, but it’s brighter and supports more colors. Looking at it is easy to see the difference in the brightness.

The speakers are also improved although it’s probably not a key feature to most people.

The sound quality that they can get out of a small machine like this is pretty impressive.

Under the hood performance changes is kind of hard to draw a conclusion on most changes seem to be made with a balance of performance and efficiency in mind.

We did a geek bench test against a mid-2013 MacBook Pro which has 16 gigs of ram and an i7.

It did give that computer run for its money but it ultimately fell short. You can either make a case that this is a good performance or not so good performance and I’m really not sure how I feel about it overall.

One undeniably impressive factor the new MacBook Pro is the SSD speeds it was more than double the speed of my old 13-inch MacBook Pro.

On the black magic speed test and it max out the program with over 2,000 megabytes per second reads hard drive read and write speeds are one of the biggest variables in making a computer feel faster or slower to the average person.

Not everybody that buys this machine is going to be doing rendering where you can really get a feel for the processor and the graphics memory.

So I think just the perception of being a faster computer is going to be delivered by the speed of the new SSD in some ways it’s the best apple notebook We’ve ever used but certain changes feel like a step back when you combine the two to three hundred dollar price jump from the previous model.

It’s even harder to justify its an impressive balance between power efficiency and battery life, but it doesn’t feel like a real workhorse build for pros and power users like some of the computers of the past.

What do you think? Are you going to buy it?