7 Different Types of Laptops

Laptop aka notebook is the most popular device when it comes to working on the go. With the advance of technology, laptops are available with different shapes, sizes, and form factors.


Ultraportable are thin and light laptops designed for mobility. They cut out some features for mobility such as CD/DVD drive and connection ports.


Ultrabook is a term made by Intel for a special type of ultraportable notebook. A laptop is called an ultrabook when it meets certain criteria such as size/weight, battery life, type of chipset.


MacBooks are Apple’s laptop computers. We often see 2 models, ultra-thin MacBook Air, and the high-performance MacBook Pro.

Apple MacBook Pro 2020

The MacBook Pro 2020 is powered by the 9th-generation 6-Core Intel Core i7 Processor, stunning 16-inch Retina Display with True Tone technology, Touch Bar and Touch ID, AMD Radeon Pro 5300M Graphics with GDDR6 memory, and Ultrafast SSD.


Chromebooks runs Google’s ChromeOS. They have small storage as they are designed to work with web app and their data is stored on cloud. Chromebooks are popular in education field. They are good as an option as they are cheap and can run Android apps.

Convertible (2-in-1)

This type combine the features of a laptop and a tablet. They are often called hybrid laptops. They can quickly switch between touchscreen tablet mode and traditional keyboard mode with different mechanics such as detaching, sliding, etc..

Lenovo Flex 5 14″

This 2-in-1 laptop weighs just 3.64 pounds and is only 0.82″ thick. It’s soft and comfortable to the touch, with a durable paint that creates a better user experience. It comes with a digital pen. Specs: 14.0″ FHD (1920 x 1080) Touch Display, AMD Ryzen 5 4500U Processor, 16GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics, Digital Pen Included,


They are tablets but can work like a laptop with an attached keyboard.

Microsoft Surface – At the office, at home or en route, new Surface Pro 7 adapts to the way you work — and delivers more power than ever, with a laptop-class Intel Core processor, all-day battery,[1] Instant On, graphics, and more multitasking connections.


Netbook are cheap laptop which is powered by low-powered Intel Atom processor. This type of laptop hasn’t been produced anymore as they were replaced by others such as chromebook, ultrabook.

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