Browsing: Business Laptops

Portability and long-battery are essential for a work laptop – but that’s not all. Our buying advice and product recommendations will help you find the next mobile work companion.

The Lenovo Flex 5 (81X20005US) is a 2-in-1 that seeks to answer an important question: How big is too big when it comes to some of these hybrids? Sure, it feels great to have your laptop ad tablet needs served by a single machine, but only for as long as both are useful. With a 14-inch screen, the Flex 5 is a mid-size laptop, but an absolutely big tablet

With a remarkably compact chassis and solid performance, the Asus ZenBook 14 has always been the laptop I’ve reviewed that I could easily buy for myself. Now, it gets newer components, but the priced hasn’t been adjusted upwards. We’re talking of Asus’s newest ZenBook 14 UX431FA-EH55 that now packs Intel’s 10th Gen CPU and puts a 14-inch display on a frame of a traditional 13-inch laptop, and its sexy utopia blue aluminum chassis is tested to military-grade durability.

For years, Lenovo has built business-class laptops. Lately, the company has made a name for itself by creating reliable laptops at a low price for users on a budget. And, in most ways, the Lenovo IdeaPad S145 upholds this trend and should be a useful laptop for everyday users.
What you get here is a performant 15-inch laptop with enough power to get you through anything everyday life can throw at it, with a very comfortable keyboard to boot. If you’re working from home, or just looking to do some light office or school work, the IdeaPad S145 will be more than sufficient.