Technology

2017 Top 5 Best Laptops for Students

November 12, 2017

Nowadays, a computer is an essential thing for students, especially college teenagers. Their machines should be as tough as much as possible so that it can handle whatever the students need. Laptop for students needs to be able to do much more than the primitive number of their task.

 

If you are a student, you need a laptop that is able to run HD video lectures without juddering – and a set of good speakers always comes in handy when the university day is done. To help you find the best match for you, here is a list of the 2017 top 5 best laptops for students according to T3.

 

Acer Chromebook 15

This laptop is a Chrome OS (operating system) machine that is an absolute bargain. Its running CPU is Intel Celeron 3205U 1.5GHz (dual-core), with graphics of Intel HD in a 4GB RAM. It is good for students because it has an amazing monitor and long-lasting battery life.

 

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch

Intel Core i5 1.3GHz (dual-core, up to 2.6GHz with Turbo Boost) is its CPU. While the graphics composition is Intel HD Graphics 5000 in a 4GB RAM laptop. It is very easy to bring anywhere because it is just 2.96 pounds. Aside from that, Apple’s MacBook Air has also fantastic battery life and Haswell processors

 

Dell XPS 15

This portable 15-inch laptop is a good buy not just because it has a dazzling 4K display but because it also has 512GB PCIe SSD. Its processor is 2.6GHz Intel Core i7 6700HQ (quad-core, 6MB cache, up to 3.5GHz with Turbo Boost) and Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M (with 2GB GDDR5) graphics. Although it’s a bit heavy and has an average battery life, its RAM is boasting 16GB Dual Channel DDR4 (2,133MHz; 8GB x 2).

 

HP Spectre X360

This laptop is another laptop that’s oddly brilliant. It’s running an Intel Core i5 2.2 GHz and Intel HD Graphics 5500 with a screen size of 13.3 inches 1920×1080. Aside from being really thin, it has also a vibrant, bright display, and 4GB RAM. The only reason to avoid in buying this is its weight because it is heavy to use as a tablet.

 

MacBook Pro 13-inch

The MacBook Pro is a larger, heavier machine than the MacBook Air we looked at above but it’s also the powerhouse of the range. You’ll get 10 hours out of the battery, in the ideal conditions, and the real keyboard makes for a pretty delightful user experience. It is ranging with Intel Core i5 2.0GHz CPU and Intel Iris Graphics 540.