Top Laptops Releasing in 2022
With technology running at the forefront of nearly every interaction, choosing the right laptop can be downright harrowing. There are so many options on the market that it can be impossible to pick the right one without intensive knowledge of computers. They tend to look the same and offer the same experience, to an extent, leaving many people baffled when it comes time to purchase. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the top laptops for 2022, so you can get exactly what you need and worry about other more important things!
HP Spectre x360 14
If you’re looking for a laptop that is easy to cart around while still offering high-quality specs, this is the one for you. It has a 13” display, a 2.8GHz Intel Core i7-1165G7 CPU system, 16GB of memory, 128MB Intel Iris Xe graphics, 512GB of storage, and a Windows operating system. It’s fast, holds an exceptional charge, has a camera, fingerprint reader, and kill switch for the webcam, with a quick mute microphone. Even better, it looks sleek and functions as a 2-in-1 without compromising either option. The prices range from $1,100-$1,700, but experts say it’s well worth the price!
Dell Inspiron 16 Plus
If you’re looking for a larger and more affordable option, the Dell Inspiron 16 Plus offers a lower price and larger screen. It has a 16” display with a 2.3GHGz Intel Core i7-11800H CPU, 16GB memory, 4GB Nvidia GeForce graphics, 512 GB of storage, and works with Windows 10. It’s basically a MacBook Pro equivalent for a fraction of the price at under $1000. However, due to shipping issues and chip shortages, you might have to get on a waitlist to acquire this beauty.
Microsoft Surface Pro 8
Surface computers are taking the world by storm. These functional tablets work just as well as any laptop, and the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 is no exception. With a 13” touch screen, USB-C charging port, 4K camera, a kickstand, Cinebench R23 CPU, and Geekbench 5, this “tablet” is all you need. Sadly, you’ll have to buy the keyboard separately, but with a price point of $800 for the Pro 8 and $200 for the keyboard, it’s still a steal!
MacBook Air with M1 Chip
For the Apple product lover, this MacBook Air is a significant step in the right direction. Apple finally got rid of the Intel processor and replaced it with the M1, allowing for better performance and longevity – up to 18 hours of usage on a single charge. It has a 13.3” screen, a fanless design, an eight-core CPU and GPU, and a sixteen-core neural engine. It also has 16GB of memory and a 2TB drive. Options start at 256GB of storage for $999.