Only a decade ago, a powerful computing device had taken up the entire room. Today, these machines are extremely small in size and also easily carried in our pockets or backpacks without breaking the sweat. So we are here to discuss about next genration laptops.
Not to mention, it’s also very powerful. Users order stylish and compact machines that provide a healthy experience. With this, leading OEMs are now focusing on making their products more efficient without limiting it to form or factor
The combination of these two dynamics ensures a groundbreaking innovation in the consumer notebook industry. So, as laptops continue to get thinner, shorter, smarter and more powerful, let’s take a look at what’s in store for us
Versatile 2-in-1 convertible laptops for diverse needs
The detachable 2-in-1 laptops are still expanding in their minds, lightweight and easy to carry, growing in prominence, building a strong share of the mind among today’s youth. To give them the freedom to disconnect their laptops and use the screen simply like a tablet, these mobile devices clearly define the future of computing prowess in India and around the world.
One of the top contenders in this category happens to be Microsoft Surface Pro 6. Performing top-notch in various productivity tasks, the laptop is an excellent choice for everyday use.
An ultra-light powerhouse of performance
Netizens today are looking for energy-filled experiences from their laptops. They seek a unified experience that integrates today’s leading technological developments.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme is one of those forces that do not compromise on performance
While offering multi-screen support, rich MR / VR experience, and intense gaming sessions.
It also has a powerful battery and superior specifications that manages the entire display. Furthermore, it can be upgraded to a 4K touch screen with Dolby Vision, for a more immersive experience.
DUAL SCREEN LAPTOP
Two monitors packed into one laptop certainly look like the future but what if we told you that Toshiba, in 2010, was the first experience using a dual-screen laptop, the Libretto W100. It was an intersection between a tablet and a full-size laptop, running on Windows 7.
However, the device was a limited-edition product, which explains why it was unable to increase speed in the global market. However, the dual-screen experience continues.
Leading companies like ASUS and HP make this future a reality for enthusiasts, multitasking professionals, creators and editors who demand more from their devices.
HP Omen X 2S is already available in India so, Asus is preparing to bring ZenBook Pro Duo to the country in the next few weeks.
ASUS ZenBook Pro Duo is one of the best contenders for dual-screen laptops, providing users with the ultimate dual-screen experience.
The main screen is a 15.6-inch touch screen with 16: 9 UHD resolution in 4K . The second screen measures 14 inches with a 32: 9 aspect ratio and 4K resolution.
The home screen serves the basic functions, such as playing an action-packed game or editing a video, so the secondary screen can be used for other important tasks.