Laptops have become ubiquitous; from schools to corporations, everyone owns a laptop. As we continue to go digital, with most of our work now being done online, laptops are now more essential than ever before. Laptops have evolved over the years, with the first laptop computer weighing 24 pounds, while the average laptop in 2020 weighs just 2.6 pounds.
All the functions happen almost instantly, with minimal wait time between applications. Gaming laptops now offer an immersive experience, and as Nvidia releases even more powerful graphics cards, gaming laptops are sure to see a boost in their overall computing experience. Some of the new features that we can soon expect to see in laptops include:
At CES 2020, the Chinese technology giant Lenovo unveiled the world’s first flexible screen laptop. This comes after Samsung unveiled its flexible screen smartphone not too long ago. Many were surprised and were in awe, but it provided us a glimpse into the future.
Named Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, the laptop comes with a 13.3-inch all-screen display. Lenovo claims it has an all-day battery, making it the ideal option for those who require the portability of a tablet but the computing power of a laptop.
While certain brands like HP, Dell, and Lenovo have unveiled their 5G compatible laptops, it is yet to become commonplace among consumers. The majority of them have yet to experience the fast technology that 5G offers. 5G modems will be much faster than the current 4G LTE compatible laptops.
Faster Gaming Laptop Processors
Intel recently released its fastest ever laptop processor, the Core i9-10980HK, that could transform laptop gaming forever. It comes with a base clock of 3.10GHz which is a significant improvement over the 2.45GHz that is currently available. Some sources claim it can even reach 5GHz with 8 cores and 16 threads, which will radically boost laptop performance.
On the other hand, AMD has unveiled its upcoming Ryzen 4000 desktop processors, promising over a 20% IPC (Instructions Per Clock) boost. As video games evolve over time and millions of people get hooked, brands are continuously innovating to give you the best gaming experience possible.
More Storage Capacity
While 8GB RAM is a must-have, laptops now come with up to 6TB of storage with up to 128GB memory. These specifications were provided by Lenovo with its ThinkPad P1 range. This is sure to set a precedent for other laptops to expand their storage, as plenty of our work begins to go online.
With such high-end features, laptops will also come at a hefty price. But these days, most of the top brands like Dell, HP, LG, and iBall offer laptops on EMI, making them affordable and cost-effective. With a slew of laptops releasing in 2020, you don’t have to wait for the end of the month to make your purchase. You can pick an EMI option and tenor period that suits your repayment capacity accurately, and choose the best brands such as HP, Dell or iBall laptops available in the market.