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Best Buy 17 Inch Laptop Computers [WORK]



Laptops are great until you start trying to multitask on their tiny screens. Ultrabooks offer plenty of portability but are regularly driving screen sizes down into 14-inch and 13-inch territory. Fortunately, there are still plenty of 17-inch laptops on the scene to deliver powerful performance and a much bigger screen, letting you easily see everything you're doing.




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Some of the best 17-inch laptops even manage a decent level of portability thanks to compact bezels and ultra-thin chassis, making for a laptop that's comparable in size and weight to their smaller screen counterparts. Other machines act as a full-blown, compact PC with the ability to multitask, video edit, and cruise through games with ease. We've rounded up a handful of 17-inch models which deliver on portability and performance. So, whether you want a desktop-replacement-style machine or an on-the-go workstation, you'll find something to fit your needs here. If you're ready to select your next 17-inch laptop, take a look at our top picks below


Do you do a lot of coding? You'll need this roundup of the best laptops for programming. Here, we've listed our favourite devices for coders. All the laptops on this guide combine portability, flexibility and power in a thin and light package. Since modern machines are becoming more powerful every year, they're all capable of managing every complex task you could throw at it.


Buying a new laptop can be a tough process, especially when it comes to weeding out the not-so-great devices that are displayed alongside truly stellar hardware. If you're shopping for a new device and can appreciate the extra protection options, support, and convenience of buying from Best Buy, you have the option of many of the best Windows laptops for sale. We've rounded up the best of the best available from the retail giant including our top pick, the Dell XPS 13 9310.


Best Buy has a couple of XPS 13 9310 models available. The cheaper option includes a 13.4-inch touch display with 1920x1200 (FHD+) resolution, Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor (CPU), 8GB of RAM, and a 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe solid-state drive (SSD). This is an Intel Evo certified laptop, meaning it can guarantee snappy performance on battery life. It also means the battery will last through a full eight-hour workday.


Razer already makes some of the best gaming laptops on the market today, but its first shot at an everyday Ultrabook is also an incredible machine. The Razer Book 13 has an impeccable aluminum design with sharp lines and no wasted space. It's thin and lightweight, it's well balanced, at it feels premium. The keyboard, camera, touchpad, and speakers are all top of class, making for one great package.


The Dell XPS 15, now refreshed to a 9510 model, is our pick for best 15-inch laptop. Not only does it have some awesome 15.6-inch Sharp IGZO display options with 16:10 aspect ratio, but it also comes with Intel's 11th Gen Core H-series CPUs and NVIDIA RTX 3050 Ti discrete GPU. It's all built into a slim aluminum chassis with carbon fiber palm rests, and it's equipped with Thunderbolt 4 ports for modern connectivity. Top-firing speakers, comfortable keyboard, and enormous touchpad round things out.


When it comes to business laptops, the ThinkPad is certainly one of the most iconic on the market today. If you're looking for something durable, secure, and lightweight, the X1 Carbon (Gen 9) might do the trick. It's one of our picks for the overall best Lenovo laptops thanks to a new 16:10 display aspect ratio, optional 5G connectivity, Intel Evo certification, and 11th Gen Intel Core performance hardware. The chassis starts at just 2.49 pounds (1.13kg) and it measures just 0.59 inches (14.9mm) thin.


If you need a durable business partner that includes extra security measures and speedy performance (not to mention excellent battery life), the X1 Carbon should be considered. It also happens to have one of the best keyboards on any laptop today, making it a great option for anyone who types all day.


The Blade 14 is the first AMD-powered gaming laptop from Razer, coming in a slightly smaller 14-inch package compared to the larger Blade 15. It still has the same great design with slim chassis and smooth lines, as well as top-firing audio, large touchpad, and comfy RGB keyboard. Razer didn't take the cheap road here when it comes to displays, opting for FHD with 144Hz refresh rate or QHD with 165Hz refresh rate.


Best Buy has a ton of great laptops for sale, but it also has quite a few not-so-great laptops lurking in the background, waiting to reel in the unsuspecting shopper. That's why we put together this collection of the best laptops available at Best Buy. If it's where you want to shop, any one of these 10 PCs will satisfy.


If you want the absolute best right now and don't mind a 13-inch Ultrabook without discrete GPU, be sure to have a look at the Dell XPS 13 9310. It's essentially flawless thanks to gorgeous display options, comfy keyboard, large touchpad, and excellent performance. The camera is a bit lacking, but the overall design and premium look make up for it.


Also, be sure to check out our latest review of the MSI Titan GT77 HX 13V. While likely out of the price range for most consumers, this MSI gaming beast is tricked out with the very best performance features on the market. If you have the cash to burn, this laptop will smoke all competitors.


Despite being only 13.4 inches, the OLED touchscreen is absolutely gorgeous. With a resolution of 34562160, the picture is sharp and vibrant. Unfortunately, since the design is so compact, it lacks some connectivity and the battery life is only mediocre. If you can forgive those limitations, then the Dell XPS 13 Plus is a good option for most people who need a laptop to travel with.


The Vivobook has a 17.3-inch HD+ screen with a 1600900-pixel screen resolution, which gives it quality streaming performance for Netflix and YouTube videos. It has a screen ratio of 16.9, a detail that confirms this is a laptop built for family and entertainment, with the extra asset of a strong chip that lets you do work comfortably.


If you need a laptop that you can easily stuff into your bag, travel, and use anywhere, this is the best option. The dimensions of this laptop make it the best for portability: 12.76 x 8.86 x 0.71 inches and only 3.24 lbs work great for those sporting an agile lifestyle.


To determine the best laptop computers for older adults, the Forbes Health editorial team analyzed data on products from leading brands, evaluating them based on price, screen size, display quality, battery life, data storage and more. Read ahead to discover which laptop computers stand out as our top picks.


Our technology experts did hours of online research before purchasing the best 10 laptop sleeves to bring into the "lab" for hands-on testing. We believe that every new computer definitely deserves a new laptop sleeve. Our review team rigorously tested our review lineup in our side-by-side tests, considering each product's aesthetics, overall protection, functionality, and features. We made sure to put each case through months of everyday use to gauge its durability over time. The review you see below summarizes our findings to guide you to the right laptop sleeve to suit your needs and budget.


Our biggest hang-up with this one had to do with fit. We found it to be a bit baggy for the recommended laptop. We tested the 14-inch case with a 14-inch Macbook. There was an extra inch and a half of space surrounding the laptop. The extra space allows the computer to slide around.


The main downside to this one was the overall fit. We tested the size designed for any laptop between 12.9 and 14-inches. We found this to be way too big for a 14-inch MacBook and annoyingly tight for a 15-inch MacBook Pro. This is one of our least favorites in terms of fit since the size listed didn't seem to work for any of the computers we had.


To determine which products to test, we did hours of online research, looking into dozens of the top laptop cases. After purchasing the ten in this review, we tested them by sliding our laptops inside the sleeves and then tucking them inside various messenger bags and backpacks to test their portability and ease of use. We simulated coffee spills, drops, and abrasions to see how they would fare in the long term. We also assessed aesthetics, features, and fabrics used in their construction, and noted the size options available online. After all this intense scrutiny and hands-on testing, we present the best and worst qualities of each one to help you find the right sleeve to protect your precious cargo.


This review is brought to you by Jane Jackson, who has been working remotely for many years. Jane has had a mobile office while living on the road for several years and is an expert at hunting down WiFi in the remote corners of the U.S. and the globe. This also means that she is no stranger to the importance of keeping a laptop safe and sound. When sitting in a coffee shop, your laptop case can say a lot about you. It also keeps your chargers, extra papers, headphones, and other gadgets organized and accounted for. Though Jane now lives in a house instead of a VW Vanagon, she still understands the importance of a protective laptop case. She is definitely familiar with accidental spills and drops. After years of personal experience traveling with and working from laptops, she focused her highly-tuned eye on the task of assessing these sleeves to determine the very best available online.


Nearly all of the sleeves in this review come in various sizes, designed to fit anything from a small 7-inch tablet to a giant 15-inch MacBook Pro. Our goal here was to ensure and assess the sleeve's fit for the designed laptop size. To accomplish this, we measured each sleeve and compared it to its listed dimensions. We then put the designed laptop size in and critiqued the fit. The cases here came in a claimed size of anywhere from 12.9 to 15.6 inches. Most of them fell in the 13.3-inch category and were tested with a 14-inch MacBook. A few of the cases were tested in either 14 or 15-inch sizes. For these cases, we used a larger, 15-inch MacBook Pro. This way, we were able to get a good read on the fit with a few different computer models. We then ranked the fit on a scale of perfect to poor accordingly. 041b061a72


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