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Best Laptops of 2013 in Pakistan

Written by Nooh Kazi ·  2 min read >

While most of the people today use smartphones and tablets for their basic tasks and to stay connected, the importance of Desktop and Laptop computers still hasn’t lost. Fully functional computers, which can do more than tablets and smartphones, are still used by professionals around the world to complete more demanding tasks; they are still the first choice of power users and tech enthusiasts. But who doesn’t want portability? That is why most of the users go for laptops these days, and why not, they get things done exactly as the desktops do. So here we’ll be covering some of the best laptops of 2013 in Pakistan.

1. Apple MacBook Air 2013 (13 inch)


Apple’s MacBooks have always been industry leading, and so is the MacBook Air 2013 Edition. The most amazing feature of this device is it’s more than 12 Hours of battery life, which is amazing and should keep you running throughout the day. The 2013 edition sports the latest crop of Intel’s Haswell Processors, plenty of RAM, and blazing fast flash storage. The MacBook Airs are known for their thinness and portability, and that doesn’t change here anyway. It’s just 1.7 cm at its thickest point, and a mere 0.3 cm at it thinnest point.

2. Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display 2013 (15 inch)


The 15 inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display is a workstation class, desktop replacement laptop with stunning 2880 x 1800 screen resolution IPS display. Like the MacBook Air, this one also comes with Latest Intel Fourth Generation Core processors with Built in Iris Graphics and there is an option for NVidia GT 750M GPU, which should offer decent graphics performance and would play even the demanding games on medium to high details. One can stack up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of Flash Storage in this machine, depending on the demands of the user.

3. HP Envy 15


The Envy Series is series of Premium Laptops from HP, so is the HP Envy 15. This solid machine sports latest 4th Generation Core Processors, and supports RAM up to 16GB, along with 15.6 inch display. There is an option to add a 2GB NVidia GT 740M GPU. The device produces excellent sound with 4 speakers and a subwoofer, along with beats audio integration.

4. Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook


Ultrabooks are becoming a trend in computing now, along with touch screens. The Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook is an excellent machine, with support for latest Core processors and 8GB of RAM, while the integrated Intel Graphics are pretty standard depending on what processor choice you make, this machine is quite slim and attractive, while being quite sturdy too. There is an option for touch screen as well, which will let fully utilize Windows 8.1 which comes with it.

5. Lenovo IdeaPad Z500


Lenovo IdeaPad Z500 is quite mainstream laptop designed for people who just want to get things done. It sports a sleek and stylish body and packs enough power for most of the users. It supports 3rd Gen Intel Core processors, which are still decent processors packing plenty of power, with RAM which can be upgraded to 16 GB on choice, and 500 GB of HDD come standard.

6. Asus Taichi 31


Asus Taichi 31 is a 2 in 1 device, which means it is an Ultrabook as well as a Tablet too. With dual screens both of which are IPS Panels and sporting 1080p resolution, this device is powered by 3rd Gen Intel Core i7 processor along with 4GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of Flash Storage, being a 2 in 1 device, this machine still offers a host of connectivity options.

7. HP Probook 450


HP Probooks are great mainstream laptops which are powered pack and can fulfill demands of many users. Currently many configurations are available on the market, and the processor choice goes from Intel 3rd to 4th Gen Core Processors, while memory can be upgraded as well, there is an option of integrated graphics and AMD 1 GB or 2 GB GPU, The HDD also comes in different capacity, either 500 GB or 750 GB, and one can also go for Touch screen panels on choice.

Written by Nooh Kazi
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