The Business Laptop Landscape in 2016


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Selecting a laptop in today’s overflowing marketplace has become an exercise in patience for IT managers across the globe. They must sift through multiple brands and specs to find the perfect machine: something that’s secure, powerful, light, and can last through a long workday. The wide array of available options, does decrease the need to compromise.

For a notebook with sleek design that’s built to last, the Latitude 15 5000 Series (E5570) by Dell is a perfect fit. This 15-inch laptop features the latest 6th generation of Intel® Core™ vPro dual- or quad-core processors; advanced features like industry-leading M.2 solid state drives and DDR4 memory; and a full assortment of business-ready ports.

Lenovo continues its aggressive foray into the laptop sector with its new best-selling ThinkPad, the T460s. This model boasts efficiency with its thin and lightweight frame that favors portability. Here is a PCMag review of the  Lenovo ThinkPad T460s, which is available in a wide array of configurations. This fresh version of the T450s brings new features specifically designed to meet your business needs. The screen rotates 180 degrees  and allows users to lay it flat on their desks.

To make a bold statement, the HP ProBook 450 G3 provides innovative style and performance. It is tailored to professionals who require a more versatile system with powerful processing and graphics, as well as simple scalability that can handle a wide variety of functions. Its 15.6” anti-glare backlit touchscreen and Absolute Persistence software make the system both user-friendly and secure.

Apple has offered the Apple MacBook Pro 15-Inch with Retina Display since 2015, and it still remains the Apple’s bestseller, thanks in part to its Force Touch trackpad, superior battery capacity, and signature 1080p resolution Retina screen.