The best laptops to use during your work-from-home tenure
Things are a bit scary right now. You can't turn on the news without seeing mention of the coronavirus. Many countries and industries are being affected, and many schools and employers are moving to remote work. If your company or school is having you work from home, it's important you have the tools you need. And one of those things is a laptop.
The best thing about working from home is that you have options to avoid coronavirus exposure. And the best laptop for you might not be a traditional laptop. You might need something that is cheaper. Or maybe something that turns your smartphone into a laptop. You might even need something that can convert into a tablet so that you can more comfortably and easily watch videos, presentations, and lectures. We have something to fit everyone’s budget and needs.
If you’ve never worked from home before, there’s a lot to think about. We at Gadget Flow think it’s pretty much the best, but it can take some getting used to. Pajamas and your laptop on the couch? Yes, please! But remember to keep distractions to a minimum. Otherwise, you won’t get anything done and will sit around watching Netflix on your new 4K TV all day. And your boss won’t like it when you don’t get those TPS reports done. Trust us.
So, without further ado, let’s get this show on the road and show you some of the best laptop options you have to get your work done at home.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga Laptops (2020 Version) come with better storage
Lenovo has refreshed its flagship ThinkPad X1 lineup with the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga Laptops (2020 Version). Similar to the previous models, these laptops also feature Intel’s latest 10th-generation “Ice Lake” processors and up to 16 GB of RAM. However, the new models come with the capacity to have up to 2 TB of internal storage. Additionally, the laptops have function keys that can help you start and end a voice-over-IP call quickly.
Google Pixelbook Go Chromebook has a 15% larger battery for all-day use
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