We live in uncertain times, but when it comes to laptops, we’re actually pretty spoiled these days.
The low-end still has plenty of junky machines, but buying good, thoughtfully designed computers for $700 and up is also easier than ever.
That means that sweating the details is more important than ever.
A thin-and-light design, a nice IPS screen, a non-terrible keyboard and trackpad, and a good (and/or forward-looking) port selection can all be expected from a high-end laptop these days.
So purchasing decisions and recommendations increasingly come down to the little things.
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