- Pro Video
- Lighting & Studio
- Pro Audio
- TVs & Entertainment
- A/V Presentation
- Shop Categories
- Used Dept
So, you're looking to replace your aging computer. Do you go laptop or tablet? Performance or portability? Mac or Windows? High-end or entry level? We put together a short list of a wide variety of laptops and tablets for you to choose from.
Having trouble deciding between a tablet or a laptop? Get the best of both worlds with the Microsoft Surface Book, thanks to its detachable keyboard dock with an embedded dedicated graphics card.
Just because you want a tablet doesn't mean you should sacrifice performance. The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is thin and lightweight while still delivering 6th-gen Skylake Intel® Core™ performance. It can run a full version of Windows 10 Pro. You can also get the optional Surface Pro 4 Type Cover to enjoy the laptop experience.
Power. Performance. Mac OS X. If these three things matter to you, the Apple MacBook Pro is where you should start looking. Powerful without being bulky and heavy, the MacBook Pro is geared toward heavy Mac users who want to take their work with them.
If portability is your main concern, but you don't want to get an iPad (which would have you part with Mac OS X and the keyboard), the Apple MacBook Air has you covered. Thin and lightweight like its name, the MacBook Air still gives you the full Mac OS X experience.
So you want a MacBook Air, but with Windows instead of Mac OS X? Say hello to the ASUS ZenBook. While it may not be the speediest laptop on the market, its thin, ultraportable design makes it easier for you to travel with it.
If you're looking for a no-nonsense laptop for everyday tasks, the Acer Aspire One Cloudbook provides enough to keep you productive. It has a comfortable keyboard and long battery life. It also comes with a one-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 to keep you even more productive.
Go all-in on performance with the MSI GE62 Apache. The MSI GE62 Apache is geared toward gamers who want a gaming notebook that provides high-end performance while still being portable enough to take to LAN parties.
Use the Lenovo Flex 3 in four different modes, which are Laptop, Stand, Tent, and Tablet, thanks to its 360-degree hinge.
Designed for gamers, the Razer Blade features a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M graphics card that supports 3200 x 1800 screen resolution for high-res gaming. Its backlit anti-ghosting keyboard also allows you to remap the keys and create macros so you can play while on the go.
An alternative to Mac and Windows laptops, the Toshiba Chromebook 2 is designed for a web-optimized experience. It utilizes Chrome OS, which is for the everyday user who browses the Web, reads emails, checks social media networks, and uses streaming services for video, music, and more.
If there's a laptop you think that should have made the list, let us know in the Comments section, below.