Are you planning to buy a new notebook or replace your old notebook with the latest one but confused to choose between Windows notebooks and Mac notebooks. Here we present reviews on best notebooks in 2016 .In recent times Asus Zenbook 3’s launched in the market with loads of features in competition with Apple MacBook, Asus Zenbook 3 not only in competition with latest Apple MacBook but also with the world’s thinnest notebook HP Spectre 13 and Dell XPS 13.
The Zenbook 3 is definitely the best designed notebook yet from Asus. Asus has best laptop alloy aerospace-grade aluminum with 50% stronger and 910g weight with an amazing thin profile 11.9mm ,Asus Zenbook 3’s spectacular display powered by Intel Core i7 processor with Windows 10 pro which offers more processing power than the Core m variant found on Apple’s MacBook. Innovative cooling system is a mere 3mm thick, and the warm air is gently routed through hidden vents in the hinge for efficient, steadily quiet cooling even
Here is how the Asus Zenbook 3 stacks up alongside Apple MacBook, Dell XPS 13 and HP Spectre notebooks
Apple MacBook is the result of Apple challenging itself to design a laptop better looking than the MacBook Air. A look at the MacBook will make you believe the company has flourished in its attempt. While Apple MacBook looks like a fabulous piece of engineering (especially in the Rose Gold variant), it is more of a compromise on the performance front. While Apple’s MacBook Air is slim and effectively powerful, the MacBook is only slim and has to do with a low power Core m CPU. The laptop comes with a full-size keyboard which offers really shallow travel, something typists won’t like or recommend. On the other side, the 12-inch Retina display offers very crisp and vibrant colors. The extremely portable nature of the device will force anyone to consume more video content on the move.
The Dell XPS 13 is often referred to as MacBook Air running Windows OS. Dell XPS 13 with its black metal design and edge-to-edge display is a seriously well designed notebook. Dell XPS 13 may not be as slim as the Zenbook 3 or MacBook or Spectre, but it makes up with superior performance, premium materials, top of the line specifications, and Dell’s excellent protection plans. Dell XPS 13’s USP is its Full HD Infinity Edge display ,which makes it possible to pack a big display into a smaller profile. The laptop can also be configured with a QHD+ panel with a resolution of 3200 x 1800 pixels. Like other Dell notebooks, the XPS 13 also comes with multiple configuration options, and buyers can customize it to a great deal. Dell XPS 13 skips on Windows 10 feature like Hello facial recognition, but it offers full size backlit keyboard, precision touchpad with glass buttons, and two USB 3.0 ports. Dell XPS 13 weighs around 1.28 Kg and supports latest wireless standards. Dell promises up to 18 hours of battery life, but users can expect at least 10 hours output.
With Spectre, HP has out designed every other notebook manufacturer. HP Spectre is the slimmest laptop yet with a depth of just 10.4mm. For record, all other competing devices hit the scale at around 12mm. HP has also managed to select premium materials like carbon fiber mixed with aluminum to make the laptop sturdy. HP like Asus and Dell, uses Intel’s sixth-gen Core i processors, which means excellent performance in an extremely slim form factor. The display and keyboard of the notebook are exceptional. The device looks awe inspiring and delivers both on performance and battery life. However the Bang & Olufsen speaker setup is not up to the mark. We consider HP Spectre as one of the best bet among premium Windows 10 notebook.