With an attractive, solid, lightweight design, great port selection and a good keyboard, HP’s Elite Dragonfly might be the best business convertible you can buy.
The HP Spectre x360 13 has a much longer battery life than rivals and delivers great port selection, but its webcam needs an upgrade.
The HP Pavilion Gaming 15 laptop is an affordable gaming machine with strong performance and loud speakers, but a bland display. Make sure you get enough storage.
The 16-inch MacBook Pro has a big screen, improved keyboard and long battery life, but it’s time to add some more ports.
The Dell G3 15 has sleek looks for a budget gaming PC and offers strong performance for the price, but the tradeoff is a bland display.
The Dell G5 Gaming Desktop is a compact, affordable entry-level rig, though there’s only so much upgrading you can do with it.
Razer’s revamped Blade Pro 17 brings RTX graphics and and a smaller footprint, but if you want more than 512GB of storage or a high-res display, you'll have to pay more than $3,500.
The Alienware m15 R2 looks nice and offers strong performance, but the RAM is soldered down and the display could be a little brighter.
Asus’ dual-screen laptop is better designed and generally more useful than the competition. But there’s still lots of room for improvement.
The Gigabyte Aero 17 HDR has a great display and offers solid performance, but its AI software confuses and it has a webcam placed in a spot that makes it unusable.
The HP Omen Obelisk is a sleek desktop with premium part options, but it’s case design makes it difficult to make significant upgrades in the future.
With a simple, RGB-free design, the Lenovo Legion Y545 is a good value. The laptop makes some sacrifices, but its gaming performance is still on point.
The Acer Predator Helios uses an innovative sliding keyboard to enable extra cooling, which leads to strong performance, but it sure is heavy.
The MSI GE65 Raider gaming laptop gets you the framerates and productivity power expected of more expensive machines.
The HP Omen X 2S has a second, 6-inch display if you really hate the idea of using your phone or a second monitor for chats and other tasks while gaming.
The MSI GT76 Titan gaming laptop has powerful performance with a desktop class processor, and a comfortable keyboard, but it’s also very expensive.
The Dell XPS 15 offers an amazing display and strong performance, but OLED is only on some top models and gaming performance, if you want it, is mixed.
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