Laptops from 2012 – The top 5

With 2012 almost coming to an end, the laptop market has swollen to phenomenal levels. With hundreds of gadgets to choose from, it becomes a daunting task for the buyer to pick the ‘right one’. Here as some laptops which have performed well, both in customer satisfaction and market presence in the year 2012.

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga – Priced at $999 the Chinese gadget giant has built the best toy to experience Windows 8. Soft touch sense, comfortable keypad and it can turn back 180 degrees, changing into a tablet.

Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A – Looks like something out of a Transformer movie, the Asus Zenbook Prime is designed gracefully. Weighing only 3 pounds, with a backlit keyboard and a massive touchpad the Zenbook is very comfortable. Adding more to the goodies is the 6.5 hours of battery life which is pretty impressive and being priced at $1,099 does not hurt either!

Toshiba Satellite P845-S4200 – Priced at an economical $599, the Japanese gadget manufacturer has worked some magic on this laptop. With a 14-inch screen, the laptop comes with a third generation i5 processor, 6 GB RAM and a 750 GB hard disk cased in an aluminium body.

MacBook Pro with Retina Display – Buying an Apple product is not a cheap affair. This MacBook costs $2,199, but interestingly is worth it. Every inch of this laptop is stuffed with state-of-the-art technology. Nvidia enhances the 2880X1880 pixel retina display into something phenomenal. It weighs only 4.5 pounds and is 0.7 Inches thick.

Apple Macbook Air 13 – At $1,200 this ultra-thin piece of machine is one of the best when it comes to quality. The Macbook Air 13 runs on an Ivy Bridge Processor and is slotted with USB 3.0 ports. The 8 hour battery backup is more than sufficient for this beautifully crafted device.

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