With the continuous development of technology, laptops have become an indispensable part of our daily lives. However, the multitude of laptop brands and models on the market can be confusing for consumers. To assist consumers in selecting the most suitable laptop for themselves, this article will introduce the top ten brands and models of laptops based on reputation and provide a brief analysis of their pros and cons.

1. Apple MacBook Pro

Features: Benchmark for thin and light laptops!

Review: The MacBook Pro usually comes equipped with powerful processors, large memory capacity, and high-speed storage devices, capable of handling various high-intensity tasks such as professional video editing, audio production, and 3D rendering.

Renowned for its minimalist and exquisite design, typically featuring a metal casing, it gives a sense of high-end and fashion. Running Apple's macOS operating system, it offers good stability and security, as well as excellent compatibility and integration with other Apple products (such as iPhone and iPad).

However, the MacBook Pro is relatively expensive, and there may be a relatively limited selection of specific software or games. When choosing a laptop, users should weigh various factors according to their needs and budget.

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2. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon

Features: Benchmark for business laptops!

Review: The 2024 model of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a flagship ultrabook equipped with an Ultra7 155H processor, releasing the full performance of 30W, 32GB of memory, and 1T/2T SSD.

It features a 16:10 aspect ratio screen with a high resolution of 2880*1800. a 120Hz high refresh rate, 500nit peak brightness, and 100% DCI-P3 wide color gamut.

Made of black carbon fiber and rare earth magnesium alloy lightweight materials, making the body lighter, thinner, and more durable, reducing the volume by approximately 26.7%, with a thickness of 14.96mm and a weight of 1.11kg.

It boasts the strongest keyboard among laptops, with high-quality craftsmanship, weighing only 1.10kg, supporting fingerprint and facial recognition, as well as enterprise-level information security protection.

3. Huawei MateBook X Pro

Features: Benchmark for stylish laptops!

Review: The 2023 model of the Huawei MateBook X Pro is equipped with the 13th generation Intel Core i7-1360P processor and uses the Sharp Xe graphics card.

It comes with 16GB LPDDR5X large memory and a 1TB high-speed SSD. The 14.2-inch 3:2 productivity screen has a resolution of 3120x2080 and supports ten-point touch.

With an all-metal body, weighing only 1.38kg. The 75Wh battery supports 100W fast charging, with 30 minutes to fill half the battery. Equipped with Huawei PC Manager, supporting Super Turbo intelligent acceleration engine, achieving a 10-second boot.

4. Lenovo ThinkBook 14+

Features: Benchmark for practical and durable laptops!

Review: The 2024 model of the Lenovo ThinkBook 14+ laptop adopts the new Core Ultra processor, new process, new architecture, reduced power consumption, doubled integrated graphics performance, and AIGC for the future. The processor performance has been upgraded to 70W level.

It features a 14.5-inch 3K 120Hz P3 color gamut screen with 400 nits brightness and supports color gamut switching. Based on the interface level of ultrabooks, it adds support for the TGX expansion dock interface compatible with the Oculink protocol, which has lower loss and higher cost-effectiveness compared to Thunderbolt expansion docks.

The battery capacity is increased to 85Wh, with large-capacity and ultra-high density. The new generation ThinkBook spill-resistant keyboard has a 1.5mm key travel, good hand feel, and independent direction keys.

Memory upgraded to higher frequency LPDDR5X-7467. Optional 32GB of memory, 1T SSD, maintaining two M2 2280 SSD slots. The speaker is upgraded to a four-channel design for better sound effects.

5. Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro 14

Features: Benchmark for student ultrabooks!

Review: The 2024 model of the Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro 14 laptop features an Intel Core Ultra5 processor 125H, with a performance release of 64W, equipped with the Sharp ARC core graphics card, and integrates an AI-exclusive NPU chip for stronger dedicated performance.

The silver-gray color scheme is simple and atmospheric, with the Lenovo logo embellished in the upper left corner. The aluminum alloy body provides excellent texture and durability, with a matte finish that is not easily stained with fingerprints.

The 14-inch ultra-narrow bezel OLED screen provides a 91% screen-to-body ratio and a resolution of 2880x1800. with a peak brightness of 600nits and a high color depth of 10.7 billion colors, covering 100% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. Enhanced with a 120Hz high refresh rate and a 0.2ms esports-level response time.

On the left side, there is an HDMI2.0 port, a full-featured USB-C port, and a Thunderbolt 4 port, which can be expanded to four screens. On the right side, there is a 3.5mm audio jack, an SDXC card reader, and a USB-A 3.2 Gen1 port, providing high-speed interfaces. The 84Wh fast-charging battery provides up to 8 hours of battery life.

6. Dell Alienware M18

Features: Benchmark for gaming laptops!

Review: The Dell Alienware M18 is an 18-inch gaming laptop equipped with an Intel Core i9 13900HX processor, delivering top-notch performance. The 18-inch screen has a resolution of 2560x1600. It features a high-end discrete graphics card with 8GB of memory.

It adopts an anodized aluminum shell with a nano-technology pearl finish, far exceeding other products in texture. The thickest part of the body is 26.7mm, making it a slim design among 18-inch models. The bottom side of the body adopts an inwardly inclined wedge-shaped design for a more concise visual appearance.

Configured with Cherry custom mechanical keyboard, with a key travel of 1.8mm and a trigger key travel of 0.8mm. The overall feel of the mechanical keyboard is similar to blue switches, with clear paragraph sense and crisp mechanical sound when typing, providing a crisp and responsive keystroke without stickiness, with full key anti-ghosting.

7. ROG Republic of Gamers Strix 8

Features: Atmosphere-oriented gaming laptop!

Review: The ROG Strix 8 adopts the i9-14900HX processor with 8 performance cores, 16 efficiency cores, 24 cores, and 32 threads, with a single-core maximum of up to 5.8GHz and 36MB intelligent cache. Equipped with RTX4060.8GB GDDR6 memory, it can achieve 140W performance release.

It features a 16-inch, 2560x1600 resolution screen with a 240Hz refresh rate, 500nit brightness, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, support for low blue light, and DC dimming.

16GB DDR5 5600MHz memory, with one memory slot. 1TB M.2 SSD, with a second M.2 slot.

Adopts Glacier 3.0 architecture, consisting of three dust-proof fans, a new generation of liquid gold thermal conductors, and seven heat pipes. Equipped with the Shadow Blade keyboard, the touchpad surface retains virtual numeric keys, compensating for the lack of a physical numeric key area. 90Wh battery, 100W PD fast charging.

8. Lenovo Legion Y9000P

Features: Benchmark for national gaming laptops!

Review: The 2024 model of the Lenovo Legion Y9000P gaming laptop is equipped with an i9-14900HX processor, with slight upgrades compared to the previous i9-13900HX, with a single-core maximum turbo frequency increased from 5.4GHz to 5.8GHz, and the all-core turbo frequency increased from 5.1GHz to 5.2GHz.

Equipped with RTX4060 Laplop mobile GPU, with 8GB GDDR6 memory, the peak power consumption remains at 140W, and the graphics card will automatically overclock by 150MHz in Beast mode.

16-inch, with a resolution of 2560x1600.240Hz refresh rate, 500nit brightness, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut. Adopts Glacier 3.0 architecture, consisting of three dust-proof fans, a new generation of liquid gold thermal conductors, and seven heat pipes.

It has 4 A ports and 2 C ports, with the C ports supporting Lenovo's proprietary 140W fast charging protocol and DP1.4 discrete output, while the A ports support charging while the laptop is off.

9. Asus ROG Zephyrus 5 Pro

Features: Benchmark for thin and versatile laptops!

Review: The Asus ROG Zephyrus 5 Pro features an Intel Core i9 13980HX processor with 24 cores and 32 threads, with a maximum turbo frequency of 5.6GHz. Equipped with an RTX 4060 Laptop GPU, with a performance release of 130W.

1×16GB DDR5 5600MHz. 1TB PCIe4.0 SSD, with a second M.2 slot. 16-inch 2560×1600 165Hz 100% sRGB G-SYNC screen.

Intel AX201 WiFi6. The left interface has USB-A, full-featured USB Type-C, Thunderbolt 4. HDMI2.1. RJ45 Ethernet port, DC power port, and 3.5mm audio port; the right interface has a USB-A port.

Tested at 2.2kg (with 90Wh battery) + 0.724kg (240W power adapter).

10. HP Omen 10

Features: Cost-effective gaming laptop!

Review: The highest configuration of the HP Omen 10 is equipped with the fourteenth generation Intel Core i9-14900HX processor, with 24 cores and 32 threads. Equipped with an RTX 4060 version.

Adopts a new enhanced CoolStorm cooling storm technology, with an independent pressurization zone, which can quickly discharge heat from the body, increasing the overall performance release from 170W to 185W.

16.1-inch, with a resolution of 2560X1440.16:9 aspect ratio, 300nits brightness, not supporting G-SYNC. Optional 32GB. 1TB PCIe4.0 SSD, with a second M.2 slot.

On the left side, there are two Thunderbolt 4 ports, both supporting 100W PD charging; on the right side, there is a USB3.2 Gen1 A port.

These are the introductions to the top five brands and models of laptops based on reputation. Consumers can weigh their needs and budget when making their choices.