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Back to School Guide to the Best Laptops for College Students in 2017
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12 Aug 2017 02:48 AM EST

A laptop is essential in college. The top laptops for college are as efficient at playing your favorite PC games as they are at drafting up documents. Some of the best laptops for your “back to school” consideration include: the Dell XPS 13. Packing a high-resolution screen and serious processing power, there's more to the Dell XPS 13 than its status as a tightly kept Ultrabook. Now featuring new processors and better integrated graphics. The 13-inch display is crammed into an 11-inch body. The Dell XPS 13’s utility is extensive, spanning everything from writing to video editing to everything in between. Next on the list to consider is the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro. The Samsung Notebook 9 is what other 2-in-1 laptops have aspired to be since their conception. It hones in on the S-Pen, Samsung’s own proprietary stylus with 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity (the same as Microsoft’s new Surface Pen), a nifty little accessory that conveniently doesn’t require charging. Although the touchscreen display is only 1080p, at between 350 and 450 nits of brightness, you won’t be paying any mind to the pixels, or lack thereof. Plus, the lengthy battery life more than makes up for this hybrids few setbacks. Finally, consider the Asus Chromebook Flip. The Asus Chromebook Flip C302 could be seen as an apology for Google’s own missteps with the Chromebook Pixel that preceded it. Rather than costing over a grand for unnecessarily high performance that would put a lot of Windows notebooks to shame, Asus has cut the price in half while adding a 360-degree hinge that effectively makes it a 2-in-1 laptop, but with Android apps from the Google Play Store that only sweeten the deal. Now you can experience a Chromebook whose style rivals that of the MacBook Pro without spending even remotely what you would on one of Apple’s machines.

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