New Windows’s PCs will run on Windows 10, while Apple laptops will have OS X El Capitan. Image Source: IBT

For those looking for a laptop to do some heavy duty, 2016 is a good year to do so. As technology grows, PC parts become smaller.  The space for the best high-end performance laptop has come a long way from its start while users have gotten more demanding. Keep in mind though “the best” for you depends on your particular needs as, say, editing, rendering or gaming.

First considerations

There are some things to consider before making the final call. The first one being the size of the screen and the weight of the laptop. Larger ones can, of course, fit more powerful gear. However, they cost less mobility and convenience.

You can choose between 11 inches to carry around, 14 inches for a middle ground, or a 17-inch screen laptop which can function as a replacement for a regular desktop.

The resolution of the screen also varies from 1920 x 1080 (also called full HD or HD) to 2560 X 1600, 3200 x 1800 and even 3840 x 2160. Stronger resolutions devour battery life. If it is a touch screen, expect up to 3 hours less of battery life.

Gamers need to pick a reliable processor, a choice between AMD and Intl cores. While AMD is cheaper, Inter Core i7 are the preferred brand for gaming PCs. New Windows’s PCs will run on Windows 10, while Apple laptops will have OS X El Capitan. That is the basic you need to now before seen our selection of top-end performance laptops.

The Asus’s Republic of Gamers and gaming laptops

ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH71 High-Performance Gaming Laptop is eaten the crown of the gaming and high-performance scene. It combines raw power with a relatively affordable price, almost half of their leading competitors in Alienware. Retail price in the official store is $1,049, while it can be found by $999 on Amazon.

It runs with a 6th generation Intel Core i7  and NVIDIA  GeForce GTX™ 960M with 2 GB GDDR5 and 16 GB GDDR4 of memory ram.  Is has 1 TB of HDD memory and 16 GB of the hard drive. The screen is 15.6″ Full HD 1920 x 1080.

On the highest end of the Alienware is Dell’s Alienware 17. It has four models; the strongest one runs on a 6th Generation Intel Core  i7  with 32 GB of GDDR5 memory ram and NVIDIA GeForce GTX™ 980M with 8 GB GDDR5. Retail price on the official site is $2,968.99

On the matter, other buyers may be lured by the design and display improvements of the Lenovo IdeaPad Lenovo G70 i7 Laptop ($888 on Amazon) or the slim body and cooling features of the Acer Aspire V15 VN7-592G-71ZL High-Performance Laptop ($898.99 on Amazon).

High Performance to work and game from Apple and Dell

MacBook Pro is Apple’s gateway into the high-performance laptop stores. Apple High-Performance MacBook Pro MJLT2LL/A is a 15.4’’ laptop built with a quad-core Intel Core i7 2,3 GHz processor with Turbo Boost up to 3,5 GHz, 16 GB 16000 MHz memory (a competition of GDDR3 ram memory) and 512 GB of flash storage that helps the computer move faster. It is armed with an AMD Radeon R9 M370x GPU with 2GB GDDR5 memory.

Lastly, Dell XPS 13 XPS9350 is a high-performance touch-screen laptop suitable to work, game, edit, render, and game. It has a 6th generation Intel Core i7 2.4 GHz processor, 8 GB Ram, with 16 GB maximum, 256 GB of Solid-State Drive, and a 13.3-Inch UHD Touchscreen with Intel Iris Graphics. It is the best 13 inches laptop around.

Source: Techradar