best 10 budget laptops of 2021

 best 10 budget laptops of 2021

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Best Laptops - XPS 13 Tiger Lake



I am a heavy user, multitasking most of the time with applications and screens. Wanted a compact laptop with high RAM, found this. I am very very happy with the performance, the battery.. Only wished it to have some more USB sockets and provision for sim card onboard. Overall a very good and elegant product.

Gorgeous, immersive displayComfortable keyboardGreat overall performanceBattery life could be betterSlim port selection
The Dell XPS 13 just got even better with Intel's 11th Gen Tiger Lake processors, giving it an extra bit of speed under the hood.  How good is the Tiger Lake boost? On the Geekbench 5 general performance benchmark test, the XPS 13's score went up by about 10% against last year's model. On top of that, the XPS 13 is still as gorgeous as ever, with the Arctic White colorway being a true eye-catcher.



Intel's Iris Xe graphics gave us good results (against the previous model's Iris Plus) on the 3DMark Fire Strike benchmark, but we also saw a slight dip on Civ VI. When it comes time to type up your latest assignment or project, the XPS 13's keyboard is one of the best there is to enable smooth typing, with zero discomfort. The only real issue is in its battery life, where it lasted for a little over an hour less than the 10th Gen XPS 13. 

Bundling: Very giftable. This PC arrives in a delightful tough black box with an attractive conclusion. The case seems as though it was intended for costly adornments. On the off chance thPACKAGING: Very giftable. This computer comes in a beautiful sturdy black box with a magnetic closure. The box looks like it was designed for expensive jewelry. If you are looking for a graduation gift, this would be very nice.
SIZE: This laptop is as small as it is advertised to be.
WEIGHT: Heavier than you would expect. Not so heavy that it is a burden to carry, but heavy enough so that you can feel it is durable.
DISPLAY/WEBCAM: Awesome display! Love it! Great for video calls, movies, web-surfing, etc...
SPEAKERS: Impressive for the size of the device.
SPEED/POWER: Not so great for video games, but plenty for everything else.
KEYBOARD: Too small. The keyboard is as big as it can be given the laptop's small size, but too small if you have to type a lot.
MOUSEPAD: Good size, works fine.
TOUCHSCREEN: Good response time. Touching the screen does leave fingerprints but you don't see them until they are really bad.
PORTS: 2 USB-C ports, a microSD card read and a 3.5mm Headphone/Microphone Combo Jack. Some more ports would be nice.
ACCESSORIES NEEDED: For streaming, I had to get a USB-C to HDMI cable. Then I got a BT mouse and keyboard. I recommend BT accessories when you can get them so you won't need to use as many USB-C ports. Basically anything you want to do, you'll need a USB-C to <whatever> converter to do it. If you don't have WiFi, get a USB-C to Ethernet, etc... This does include a USB-C to USB cable.

Overall this is a great little laptop. Dell squeezed a lot in this small package and it wasn't full of bloatware either - another bonus. This is going to be our streaming laptop at home and our travel laptop when we travel.at you are searching for a graduation blessing, this would be extremely pleasant. 

SIZE: This PC is as little as it is publicized to be. 

WEIGHT: Heavier than you would anticipate. Not all that weighty that it is a weight to convey, however substantial enough so you can feel it is solid. 

Show/WEBCAM: Awesome presentation! Love it! Extraordinary for video calls, films, web-surfing, and so on 

SPEAKERS: Impressive for the size of the gadget. 

SPEED/POWER: Not so extraordinary for computer games, however a lot for all the other things. 

Console: Too little. The console is as large as it tends to be given the PC's little size, yet excessively little in the event that you need to type a ton. 

MOUSEPAD: Good size, turns out great. 

TOUCHSCREEN: Good reaction time. Contacting the screen leaves fingerprints however you don't see them until they are truly downright awful. 

PORTS: 2 USB-C ports, a microSD card read and a 3.5mm Headphone/Microphone Combo Jack. Some more ports would be decent. 

Frill NEEDED: For streaming, I needed to get a USB-C to HDMI link. At that point I got a BT mouse and console. I suggest BT frill when you can get them so you won't have to use as numerous USB-C ports. Essentially anything you need to do, you'll need a USB-C to <whatever> converter to do it. In the event that you don't have WiFi, get a USB-C to Ethernet, and so on This incorporates a USB-C to USB link.
 


In general this is an extraordinary little PC. Dell pressed a great deal in this little bundle and it wasn't brimming with bloatware either - another reward. This will be our streaming PC at home and our movement PC when we travel.

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