Best Laptop May 2020 13-inch

# Best Laptop May 2020 13-inch While a few people love the advantage of adequate screen land on 15-inch workstations, others exchange it for a little and light-weight structure factor. The greater (and heavier) screen is for individuals who don't as a rule drive with their machines. In any case, a 13-inch PC or ultrabook with ground-breaking internals is the perfect alternative for some, nowadays given that the exchange off with the presentation isn't colossal. 13-inch workstations offer an equalization of an incredible exhibition and convey ability. In case you're out searching for a comparative 13-inch ultrabook, there are numerous to browse. Subsequently, we've picked the absolute best that the market brings to the table. The rundown has leader models just as contributions in the pocket-accommodating classification, so there are possibilities for everybody. ### Dell XPS 13 (2019) ![enter image description here]( **Buy Now:** [Flipkart]( **CPU:** 1.8GHz Intel Core i7-8565U (quad-core, 8MB cache, up to 4.6GHz) | **Graphics:** Intel UHD Graphics 620 | **RAM:** 16GB DDR3 (2,133MHz) | **Screen:** 13.3-inch, Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160) UltraSharp InfinityEdge touch display | **Storage:** 1TB PCIe SSD | **Ports:** 2 x Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C), 1 x USB-C 3.1, micro SD card reader, headset jack | **Connectivity:** Killer 1435 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 | **Camera:** Widescreen HD (720p) webcam with 4 array digital microphones | **Weight:** 2.7 pounds (1.23kg) | **Size:** 11.9 x 7.8 x 0.3-0.46 inches (3.02 x 1.99 x 0.78-1.16cm; W x D x H) ### Asus ZenBook 13 (2018) ![enter image description here]( **Buy Now-** [Flipkart]( (Asus ZenBook 13 Core i5 8th Gen - (8 GB/256 GB SSD/Windows 10 Home) UX333FA-A4046T Thin and Light Laptop (13.3 inch, Icicle Silver, 1.19 kg)) [Flipkart]( (Asus ZenBook 13 Core i7 8th Gen - (8 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10 Home) UX333FA-A4115T Thin and Light Laptop (13.3 inch, Icicle Silver, 1.19 kg)) **CPU:** 1.6GHz Intel Core i5 8265U (quad-core, 6MB Cache, up to 3.40GHz with Turbo Boost) | **Graphics:** NVIDIA GeForce MX150 (2GB DDR5 RAM), Intel UHD Graphics 620 | **RAM:** 8GB LPDDR3 | **Screen:** 13.3-inch, FHD (1,920 x 1,080) wide view touch display | **Storage:** Up to 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD | **Ports:** 1 x microSD card reader, 1 x 3.5mm combo audio jack, 1 x USB 3.0 Type-A, 1 x full-sized HDMI, 1 x USB 3.1 Type-C, 1 x USB 2.0 Type-A | **Connectivity:** 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2 | **Camera:** VGA webcam | **Weight:** 1.19 kg | **Size:** 18.9 x 30.2 x 1.7 cm (W x D x H) ### Microsoft Surface Book 2 (13.5-inch) ![enter image description here]( **Buy Now-** [Amazon]( [Flipkart]( [Microsoft Surface Book 2 Core i7 8th Gen - (8 GB/256 GB SSD/Windows 10 Pro/2 GB Graphics) 1832 2 in 1 Laptop (13.5 inch, Silver, 1.64 kg)] [Flipkart]( [Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 Core i5 8th Gen - (8 GB/128 GB SSD/Windows 10 Home) 1769 2 in 1 Laptop (13.5 inch, Grey, 1.25 kg)] **CPU:** Intel Core i5 – i7 | **Graphics:** Intel UHD 620 – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 | **RAM:** 8GB – 16GB | **Screen:** 13.5-inch, 3,000 x 2,000 PixelSense display | **Storage:** 256GB – 1TB SSD ### Microsoft Surface Book ![enter image description here]( **Buy Now:** [Amazon]( **Processor:** 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-6300U (dual-core, 3MB cache, up to 3GHz with Turbo Boost) | **Graphics:** Intel HD graphics 520; Nvidia GeForce graphics (1GB GDDR5 high-speed memory) | **RAM:** 8GB | **Screen:** 13.5-inch, 3,000 x 2,000 (267 ppi) PixelSense Display | **Storage:** 256GB PCIe3.0 SSD | **Ports:** 2 x USB 3.0, mini DisplayPort, SD card reader, mini headphone/mic combo jack | **Connectivity:** 802.11ac 2x2 MIMO Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 LE | **Camera:** Windows 8MP rear-facing auto-focus camera (1080p HD), 5MP front-facing Hello face-authentication camera (1080p HD) | **Weight:** 3.48 pounds (1.58kg) | **Size:** 12.3 x 9.14 x 0.51-0.90 (W x D x H) (312 x 232 x 13-22.8 mm) ### HP Spectre 13 ![enter image description here]( **Buy Now-** [Flipkart]( [HP Spectre x360 Core i7 8th Gen - (16 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10 Pro) 13-ae503TU 2 in 1 Laptop (13.3 inch, Dark Ash SIlver, 1.26 kg)] [Flipkart]( [HP Spectre x360 Core i5 10th Gen - (8 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10 Home) 13-aw0204TU 2 in 1 Laptop (13.3 inch, Night Fall Black, 1.27 kg, With MS Office)] **CPU:** 1.8GHz Intel Core i7-8550U (quad-core, 8MB cache, up to 4GHz with Turbo Boost) | **Graphics:** Intel UHD Graphics 620 | **RAM:** 8GB LPDDR3-2133 SDRAM | **Screen:** 13.3-inch, FHD (1,920 x 1,080) micro-edge WLED-backlit multi-touch IPS | **Storage:** 256GB PCIe SSD (NVMe M.2) | **Ports:** 2 x Thunderbolt 3, 1 x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 2, 1 x headphone/microphone combo | **Connectivity:** Intel 802.11ac (2x2) Wi-Fi; Bluetooth 5.0 | **Cameras:** HP Wide Vision HD Camera with dual-array digital microphone | **Weight:** 2.45 pounds (1.11kg) | **Size:** 12.03 x 8.83 x 0.41 inches (30.56 x 22.4 x 1.04cm; W x D x H) The HP Spectre 13 certainly won't weigh down your backpack; it won't weigh down your work, either. Packing an Intel Core i7-8550U processor with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of PCIe-based SSD storage space, the Spectre 13 is a better-looking, slightly more expensive alternative to the Dell XPS 13. The display leaves something to be desired, as does the trackpad, but it can handle the average workload (though people with graphics-heavy jobs should look elsewhere) with zero crashes, and the battery life is a pretty solid 6+ hours. ### Razer Blade Stealth ![enter image description here]( A fancy Ultrabook for more than just gamers **CPU:** Dual-core – quad-core Intel Core i7 | **Graphics:** Intel HD Graphics 620 – Intel UHD Graphics 620 | **RAM:** 16GB | **Screen:** 13.3-inch QHD+ (3,200 x 1,800) LED-backlit IGZO touchscreen | **Storage:** 256GB – 1TB SSD - Larger, brighter display - Subtler aesthetics on gunmetal version - Shorter and shorter battery life - No 4K display option in sight** You wouldn't anticipate that a Razer PC should be prettier, more slender and lighter than a MacBook Pro, yet this is the world we live in. The Razer Blade Stealth – in its all new gunmetal finish – rocks not just a lovely and pragmatic tasteful with its 400-nit show brilliance and full-size USB 3.0 ports, however it likewise has a couple of stunts at its disposal to make it an exhibition mammoth. The eighth era Kaby Lake R U-arrangement processor makes the Razer Blade Stealth a power to be dealt with. It doesn't have the best battery life in the business, however it merits the 16 minutes of battery life to have a standout amongst other 13-inch workstations. Being a long time Macbook user, this was really a great product that compares to my Macbook pro, in terms of user experience. Be it keyboard/touchpad or screen quality, it excels in everything. Here is my comprehensive list of pros and cons: **Pros:** 1. 144 Hz display - Believe me this makes a lot of difference in AAA titles, when you use this buttery smooth display, you can't really turn back to 60Hz or even 90Hz. Also, that awesome thin bezel display. Man that's a delight to work and game on. Really feels like a 2019 laptop design. 2. i7 8th Gen and 16 GB RAM - This 6 core processor and RAM combo is a beast. With DDR4 2666 Mhz frequency at RAM in dual channel (2 slots), there is absolutely nothing it can't handle. These 8th gen processor are tweaked to work best with dual RAM sticks, and this laptop is configured in the same way. The processor is lightning fast with Cinebench r15 multi-core scores of 1150-1200 (in consecutive runs), this one's really a beast. 3. RGB backlit keyboard - With individual RGB backlight for each key, this is one of the best keyboards that I have seen, keys have a good tactile feedback, and typing experience is really good. 4. Large touchpad - I have used windows laptops before my Macbook, but one of the reasons for sticking with Macbook pro was its touchpad, that awesome feel when you use that. Believe me when I say this, touchpad on this laptop, is one the best, if not the best, that I have seen on any windows laptop. Touchpad is really sensitive, and you never need to press it. Everything can happen with just touch, gestures and tap. 5. Gaming - And then coming to gaming, there is absolutely nothing that this laptop can't handle. With RTX 2060, you can play almost every modern and demanding title at ultra quality with buttery smooth framerates, almost every title that I have tested as of now, is playable at about 90 FPS (avg), this includes CS:GO (250 FPS avg), Call of Duty: Black OPS 4 (135 FPS avg), Battlefield 5 (Ray Tracing Off, 85 FPS avg), Shadow of the tomb raider (70 FPS avg) etc. 6. Thunderbolt 3 - Believe me this is really helpful. Many of ASUS's gaming laptop don't include support for thunderbolt 3 even though having 2 USB-type-C ports, this one does. That future proof's me down the line for use with eGPU's and multiple displays. Although included graphic card is no slouch, and will easily run any title thrown at it over 60 Hz at ultra settings for years to come. 7. 512GB M.2 NVME SSD - This one comes with M.2 PCIE3.0x4 SSD. Although as this is an OEM version of SSD, read write speeds would not be as good as samsung 970 EVO, but man this is really fast. With boot times in under 10 sec, there's nothing really to say. 8. Stealth - When looking at exterior of the laptop, no one can tell you that this is a gaming laptop, featuring such powerful specs. You can easily use this in meetings at office, and no one would know a thing. 9. Slim and sleek design - Sure this is no ultrabook, but with such powerful gaming laptop, you'd expect, a bulky and beefy laptop. Nope, not here, with just 1.9 KG of weight under the hood, this is really slim, and a sleek design, that doesn't hurt your back. 10. MSI rucksack style bag comes with the lappy. Really good quality backpack. 11. Right now as of writing this review, there are few game promotions being run by MSI. You can easily get around 9k of free games with this purchase. **Cons:** 1. Heating Issues - Out of the box, there are a few overheating issues with this laptop, but nothing that can be addressed with a little undervolt on the CPU, that helps a bit. But still in really demanding workloads (but not in games), this thermal throttles the CPU. Even then performance doesn't take a huge hit, just moving from 3.9 Ghz on all cores to 3.5 Ghz. I have tweaked this accordingly to downclock, so as not to sustain, at these temps for long, then clock back at intervals. 2. Battery Life - This one really takes a dip. With medium workload I was able to get just about 3.5 hours of battery life. That is really bad for a laptop. 3. It comes installed with Windows 10 Home Single Language, not pro version. 4. No FingerPrint or Windows Hello FaceLock Login. 5. Port selection is really good, but no SD card reader, really huge miss for me. 6. Speakers - Not exactly a con, but sound quality is just about average from these. 7. Bad upgrade-ability as motherboard is upside down, and opening it would void warranty. Overall, I would say this is an awesome purchase, and is a must buy if looking for an excellent gaming laptop, with RTX graphic card, in stealth, slim and sleek design approach ### HP Spectre x360 (2019) ![enter image description here]( **Buy Now-** [Flipkart]( [HP Spectre x360 Core i7 8th Gen - (16 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10 Pro) 13-ae503TU 2 in 1 Laptop (13.3 inch, Dark Ash SIlver, 1.26 kg)] [Flipkart]( [HP Spectre x360 Core i5 10th Gen - (8 GB/512 GB SSD/Windows 10 Home) 13-aw0204TU 2 in 1 Laptop (13.3 inch, Night Fall Black, 1.27 kg, With MS Office)] ### Asus ZenBook Flip A UX370 ![enter image description here]( **Buy Now-** [Flipkart]( **CPU:** 1.8GHz Intel Core i7-8550U (quad-core, 8MB cache up to 3.7GHz) | **Graphics:** Integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620 | **RAM:** 8/16GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 | **Storage:** Up to 1TB SSD (PCIe, NVMe, SATA3) | **Screen:** 13.3-inch Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) LED-backlit (60Hz, 100% sRGB, 178-degree viewing angle, Corning Gorilla Glass) | **Connectivity:** 802.11ac Wi-Fi (2x2), Bluetooth 4.1 | **Camera:** 480p (VGA) webcam | **Weight:** 2.42 pounds (1.1 kg) | **Size:** 12.32 x 8.58 x 0.43 inches (31.3 x 21.8 x 1.09 cm; W x D x H) The Asus ZenBook Flip S UX370 has plenty of performance to spare, while keeping the base frequency low until it’s needed. At just 1.1kg, it’s certainly light enough, and the inclusion of a slip case means that you can pop its svelte 13.3-inch form into any bag easily. There is a slight downside in that there aren't too many ports, with only a pair of USB 3.1 Type-C slots present. From simple file copying, to full software installations, this thing just flies, and it feels silky-smooth in Windows 10. It's super pricey, but the durable build, latest hardware specs and performance make it a good value for (a lot of) money option. ### MacBook Pro (13-inch; mid-2018) **Buy Now-** [Flipkart]( [Apple Macbook Pro Core i5 8th Gen - (8 GB/256 GB SSD/Mac OS Mojave) MR9U2HN/A (13.3 inch, Silver, 1.37 kg)] [Amazon]( Powerful. Elegant. Expensive **CPU:** Quad-core Intel Core i5 – Core i7 | **Graphics:** Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655 | **RAM:** 8GB - 16GB | **Screen:** 13.3-inch, 2,560 x 1,600 Retina display | **Storage:** 256GB – 2TB SSD The MacBook Pro 2018 feels like the final form of Apple’s pro series laptop since its 2016 redesign. It keeps the thin and light design, but brings a wealth of improvements, both to the hardware within and, more importantly, Apple has vastly improved the Butterfly keyboard – making it quieter and more reliable. So, you no longer have to worry about it breaking cause a piece of dust appeared under the spacebar. So, if you need an ultra-portable workhorse running macOS Mojave and you can justify the cost, the 2018 MacBook Pro won’t let you down. Keep in mind, though, the model without the Touch Bar is still running last year’s hardware. **_Don't forget to subscribe us on YouTube: [SUBSCRIBE NOW](**

-dipeshpal, May 7, 2020, 7:49 a.m.

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