Looking for easy-to-tote, durable, powerful laptops for business that can last? ROSE ITSL has compiled the following review of the latest business laptops on the market in 2014 to get the job done.
Lenovo ThinkPad X240
The Lenovo ThinkPad X240 business laptop features improved graphics support with new Power Bridge Technology that combines an internal battery with an external swappable battery for maximum battery life.
Pros: Up to 8.7 Hours of Battery Life with the combined 3-Cell Internal and External Batteries, Weighs 2.84 Pounds, Ergonomic Keyboard enhanced for Windows 8, Cost-effective, 4th generation Intel i5 Processor, 12.5 Inch Capacitive 10-Finger Touch Panel Display, VGA Port.
Cons: Fingerprint reader an optional feature, plastic chassis not as sturdy as competitor’s new metal designs.
Apple MacBook Air
The Apple MacBook Air is the laptop for you if portability and power are the features you’re look for.
Pros: 12 Hours Battery Life, Thin and Light 0.68 Inch Thick Unibody Design, Weighs 2.38 Pounds, 13 Inch Display, Superb Multi-Touch Trackpad and Back-lit Keyboard, Powerful 4th Generation Intel i5 Processor, 9 Times Faster All-Flash Storage up to 512GB, affordable price-point.
Cons: No Touch-screen or High-resolution Display, Aesthetic Design remains similar to previous MacBook Air Models.
Dell XPS 13
The Dell XPS 13 combines a new HD Display with Touchscreen capabilities together with portability and performance.
Pros: Beautiful glossy 13 Inch HD Display, Standard Corning Gorilla Glass Touchscreen, 4th generation Intel i5 Mid-range Processor, 8GB DDR3 Memory, 128 GB Solid State Drive (SSD), Design is Thin and Durable with a great Keyboard and Trackpad, Affordably Priced, 8.5 Hours Battery Life and Weighs 2.95 Pounds.
Cons: Too few ports: No SD Card Slot, No Ethernet Port, Only two (2) USB 3.0 Ports, Non-swappable Battery,
HP Spectre 13 x2 Pro