The Ideal Laptops for Business

Each laptop has its own distinct features that separate each of them from one another and its practical use in sectors such as web development, business, multimedia, etc. This article focuses on the business sector and what laptops would be ideal for business uses. Here are the top 5 best laptops for business, with 4 of them using Windows based operating systems.

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The Apple MacBook Pro 13-Inch retina display, and uses more than 11 hours of battery life. The resolution is impressive at 1080p. It sports 2 Thunderbolt 2 ports and an HDMI port. If you want any upgrades, it is better to upgrade it at the time of order. The Core i5 processor is a decent upgrade, but it is the top pick for ultra-portable laptops that are on the higher end of quality.

If you need an ultra-portable laptop, the HP EliteBook Folio 1020 utilizes enterprise-level security and robust durability and resembles a mac. The keyboard is surprisingly deep for such a thin notebook. It sports a 12.5" display and uses a solid-state drive. The touch-pad is click-less touch-pad is stellar, but the battery life is sub-par. If you need portability more than anything else, then this is the one for you. Its key features are its thin-light design, negligible carbon footprint, and optional touch screen and desktop dock.

If all you need is the ability to check your email, run basic software apps, or browse the web, consider the Toshiba Chromebook 2. It doesn't work for everyone, but it is affordable and satisfies the most basic computer needs. It sports a 13" display encapsulated in a slim and lightweight design, and an impressive 8 hours of battery life. It is also very cost effective.

The Dell Inspiron 15 yields decent computer power with an Intel Core i5 which surpasses the Pentium and Celeron processors in other notebooks. It is budget-friendly and will easily satisfy multitasking processor intensive needs. It sports a 15" display and has a 10-key number pad for accounting procedures.

The Lenovo lines, which use to belong to IBM (International Business Machines), are bona-fide business machines. The Lenovo ThinkPad X250 is one of the longest lasting laptops out there at 15 hours of battery life and it weighs a paltry 2.88 pounds. The three-button ClickPad with the TrackPoint is legend, and distinguishes Thinkpads from any other laptops. It uses Windows 8.1 64-bit Operating System. It sports an Intel Core i3 processor, but all of the features on the Thinkpads are upgrade-able.