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While traveling, you need your business files, documents, emails and projects to be on the move with you. You could use a tablet to have your files and documents with you, and it would do the job almost perfectly, but what about when the trip requires you to work on certain software or program?
A laptop could come to rescue. However, many things need to be considered when choosing a laptop for business purposes, for example, the battery life is a major factor, and performance so you can work without any interruptions.
Here are some of the best laptops for business use this year.
HP ZBook Studio
This laptop is considered a beast, as it is packed with workstation specs in a small package, making it especially good for those who need to work on videos and graphics.
The laptop runs using the 9th Gen of Intel processors, ranging from i5 processors to Xeon processors, and with the power of nVidia graphic cards Quadro it will ensure your graphics and videos are seamless.
Prices start from $1,699 and go up to $6,000, based on the customization.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme
The ThinkPad X1 covers all aspects of business, performance, battery life and reliability in one package, regardless of what type of work you do.
Lenovo has equipped the laptop with Intel’s i7 processor, alongside the nVidia GTX 1050Ti graphic card, making the laptop perfect for business, video editing or even gaming. The ThinkPad also has the support of a 4K display.
The pricing of X1 Extreme starts from $2,500 and can go up to $4,500 depending on the different variations and customization preferred.
Dell XPS 13
Are weight and size considerations for you? Or even the budget for the laptop? If so, Dell has you covered with its XPS 13 models. These have the power of a normal-sized laptop in even a smaller package and are much cheaper than the other options.
Prices for the XPS 13 start from $850 and go up to $2,000, based on the customization offered.
The XPS 13 is a 13-inch display laptop, powered by Intel’s 8th Generation CPU, i5 and i7, alongside Intel’s graphic card UHD 620. The only draw-back for this is the graphic card, but if your work doesn’t require high graphic processing power, then you have found your match.