Small laptops are starting to become popular again, and you should consider upgrading to one of them for the best features and the best performance.
The first of these laptops to hit the market is the i5-6200U, a 13-inch laptop with Intel’s quad-core Core i5 processor.
The i5 is a bit of a beast, but it’s a great performer and a great value.
The processor is very well-rounded and Intel has made a few tweaks to the architecture to make it better for laptops.
The CPU is clocked at 2.0GHz, with 2MB of L3 cache, 128GB of PCIe SSD storage, a 5-megapixel rear camera, a dual-core Intel Atom processor, and a 3,200mAh battery.
For the price, the i3 is the more affordable option.
It comes with a much smaller footprint and offers better battery life.
The new i5s are also available in 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch versions.
Both models have Intel’s Broadwell chips, which are still the fastest in laptops today.
We reviewed the i7-7500U in 2017, which has an upgraded Core i7 CPU and 16GB of RAM.
You can read our review of that laptop.
Both of these models come with the latest Intel Iris Graphics 620 integrated graphics, which is a new addition to the Core i series.
These graphics cards are great for gaming and multimedia, but they’re not really designed for everyday computing.
This is a great time to upgrade to one.
In the meantime, the best value is the $3,299 i5.
The $3.99 price tag includes the same Intel Core i3 processor, RAM, SSD storage and graphics.
We have yet to test the i6 model, but based on what we’ve seen so far, it looks like the same graphics cards, processor, SSD and GPU as the i4.
The latest version of the i8 and i8+ processors also feature faster cores, more RAM, and faster storage.
However, the price difference between these models is relatively small.
The best value today is the Acer Aspire V7-2700.
This laptop has a 13.5-inch IPS display, a quad-band 802.11ac WiFi and a 128GB SSD.
It’s a very good laptop for the price and it comes with two USB 3.0 ports.
Acer has also improved the design, and it’s now much thinner and lighter.
The screen is brighter and has a much sharper bezel around the keyboard.
It also includes a microSD card slot and it ships with a 5.2-inch keyboard.
The Aspire comes with the Core M processor, but we haven’t tested it yet.
We tested the Aorus V5-2750C in 2018.
The V5 is now an option in many markets, but you can still buy the V5 Pro from Acer.
It ships with Intel Core m7 processors and an Intel HD 4000 graphics processor.
This model also includes the optional Core i9-8700U and Core i6 processors, which add a quad core and eight threads of performance.
However these chips have a higher base clock speed and they can be found for less money.
The Intel HD 3000 is the top-end graphics card available in laptops at the moment, but the Core m series is also a good option for gamers and multimedia users.
The Aorus is also available with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060.
The Nvidia GeForce GT 1060 is the highest-end GeForce GTX laptop available right now, with a base clock of 6GHz and 16MB of GDDR5 VRAM.
You’ll pay more for this model, though, as it’s only available in China.
The Acer Asus V9-270HU is a very decent laptop for about the same price as the V7 and V8-series laptops.
It features an Intel Core M5 processor, a 256GB SSD, a 1080p IPS display and a 15.4-inch matte display.
It has a 4K UHD panel, and we tested the V9 for $1,199.
This configuration also ships with an Intel Iris Pro graphics card, but there’s no built-in GPU on this model.
The Asus is a better value, though.
It doesn’t come with an Iris Pro, but its Nvidia GeForce MX150 graphics chip offers better performance and lower power consumption.
If you’re a gamer or multimedia user who wants to keep your PC under $1K, the Asus V9 is the best option.