Which heavy duty laptop is the best fit for you or your business? Whether you need a notebook that can handle run-of-the-mill drops and spills or one that can operate in extreme conditions, these durable and tough laptops have you covered.
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The Swift X family gets new 14-inch and 16-inch models powered by Intel's new 12th-generation Alder Lake Core processors, while the company adds three new Chromebooks to its offerings.
Currently available for preorder on crowdfunding site Indiegogo with either an Intel Pentium Silver N6000 or Core i7-1195G7 processor, this teeny-tiny notebook features a touchscreen with stylus support, full keyboard, and swappable expansion modules.
The 17.3-inch gaming notebook is based on the company's super-sleek Gram laptop family, but manages to squeeze an Intel Tiger Lake H processor and a top-of-the-line Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Max-Q graphics card into a chassis just 0.84 inches thick.
Don't miss out on Dell's three-day, Black Friday extravaganza, featuring deals on Inspiron, XPS, and G models.
Target's Black Friday sales include a14-inch HP convertible Chromebook for $260 and even a few gaming laptop discounts.
Need your PC to always be online while you're on the go? These laptops will keep you connected at the fastest speeds wherever there's no Wi-Fi.
Need your PC to always be online while you're on the go? These laptops will keep you connected wherever there's no Wi-Fi.
With the launch of Microsoft's latest version of its Windows operating system, Acer takes the opportunity to launch new notebooks in three families, including the ultraportable Swift 5, Nitro 5 gaming rig, and the sustainably built Aspire Vero.
This business-oriented notebook design is the first to include the modular compute element to make it easy to replace the CPU and storage on the device.