Best Selling Laptops

Here we are talking about the most popular laptops based on sales in the world market today. You might be interested to find out what are they? We give the list and description for each laptop. People interested to know what is most popular laptop among the Geek's community in the world.

Best Selling Laptops
Best Selling Laptops

Most Popular Laptops


We ranked based on sales on amazon. This article can be used as a reference for a buyer to buy what is the most popular laptop out there. Here are the list and their reviews;

Lenovo IdeaPad 15.6"



  • AMD A9-9425 Dual Core accelerated processor 3.1 GHz (up to 3.7 GHz) ; AMD Radeon R5
  • 4GB DDR4 RAM; 128GB SSD; DVD-RW
  • 15.6" 1366 x 768 HD display & Energy-efficient LED backlight
  • 1 x HDMI, 10/100 Ethernet, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x Combo Headphone/Mic Jack
  • Operating System: Windows 10 64-bit; 2-cell lithium ion Battery; Dimensions: (W x D x H)14.80" x 10.00" x 0.90"; Weight: 4.63 lbs ; 0.9" Thin.


Lenovo IdeaPad
Lenovo IdeaPad 

This laptop is not the most powerful thing you'll use, but for $250, it's excellent for Office applications and basic internet browsing like checking your email and watching 720p/1080p videos (1080p video stutters a little bit on some websites), and the SSD really makes a HUGE difference in performance, it boots up in a couple of seconds, and everything feels snappy even though the CPU is kinda weak and it only has 4GB of RAM.

The Battery life is okay for a laptop this cheap (I got around 3 hours of heavy use on a full charge), and the charger is so small it can fit in your pocket.

The 0.3mp webcam is absolute trash though, so if you're planning on video chatting with this thing, don't buy it.

It comes with Windows 10 Home in S-Mode, but you can easily disable S-Mode for free by going into "Settings" -> "Update & Security" -> "Activation" -> Select "Go to the Store." under "Switch to Windows 10 Home " -> click "Get"

Read full review of Lenove Ideapad.

Acer 15.6" HD WLED Chromebook 15



  • 15. 6" 1366 x 768 HD resolution LED backlight display. Intel HD Graphics 400
  • Intel Celeron Processor N3060 @ 1. 60GHz (2 Core, 2M Cache, up to 2. 48 GHz)
  • 4GB LPDDR3, 16GB em, No Optical Drive
  • 802. 11AC; Bluetooth 4. 1; 2 USB 3. 0, HDMI
  • Google Chrome OS, 3-cell Battery
  • System Ram Type - Ddr3 Sdram


Chromebook
Chromebook

I've been using Microsoft/HP my ENTIRE life. I was extremely unsure about a chromebook. I went back and forth with myself for weeks. But let me say this, if you're an android lover, this chromebook will come as a second nature. It's based off the Google play store, and some of the features are great! (Like, if you have your phone unlocked nearby, you do not have to input a password to your computer).

Biggest selling points was the screen size. Most of the chromebooks I found are much smaller and this has a HUGE screen with such beautiful quality. The display settings also offer a night light/blue light filter which I absolutely LOVE about it! Battery life is great and just all around great computer. Speed is lightning fast, I actually expected less. I have nothing bad to say about this laptop. If you haven't bought it already, I'm not sure what you're waiting for.

Read the full review of  Acer 15.6" HD WLED Chromebook 15

Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop



  • 9th Generation Intel Core i7 9750H 6 Core Processor (Up to 4.5GHz) with Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Graphics with 6GB of dedicated GDDR6 VRAM
  • 15.6 inches Full HD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen LED backlit IPS Display (144Hz Refresh Rate, 3ms Overdrive Response Time, 300nit Brightness and 72 percentage NTSC)
  • 16GB DDR4 2666MHz Memory, 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD (2 x PCIe M.2 Slots; 1 Slot Open for Easy Upgrades) and 1 Available Hard Drive Bay
  • Backlit Keyboard; LAN: Killer Ethernet E2500 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN; Wireless: Killer DoubleShot Pro Wireless AC 1550 802. 11ac; 4th Gen All Metal AeroBlade 3D Fan.


Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop
Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop

This machine does a pretty good job living up to its advertised capabilities. This review is based on my impressions after a couple of days with the unit - I may update it later if anything relevant occurs long-term.

Testing Methodology:

I don't have a lot of sophistocated instruments for measuring the actual brightness, color gamut etc... In general I stuck to sofware based tests and my somewhat subjective eyeballs.

Construction:

The top (back of the screen) is metal, as is keyboard and palm-rest area, the screen bezel and bottom are plastic. This was a pretty good design decision as it keeps the bottom from turning into a hotplate in your lap. The hinge feels solid and moves very smoothly.

Screen:

The screen is rated about 300 nits. Just based on comparisions with others with similar ratings this screen seems like it might actually be a little brighter than it's rated. It's perfectly visible outside in daylight as long as there isn't direct sunlight on the screen. The 144hz refresh rate is a really nice feature and allows for some rock-solid motion. The contrast and color gamut are very effective and pleasing to the eye. I don't have a tool for measuring the colors so this could just be clever engineering, but nothing here feels like a compromise. The screen does suffer from uneven backlight blooming so on a completely dark image, there are bright splotches around the margin, but this is pretty typical for an IPS LCD.

GPU:

The GPU seems to be able to take just about everything I've thrown at it on the most insane settings and I haven't noticed any performance problems. The Witcher 3 and Darksiders Warmastered Edition look amazing in motion, with the latter running at a V-sync'd 144hz with no problems at all. It pulled a very respectable score of 14,000+ on the Final Fantasy XIV Stormbringer Benchmark with everything turned up to maximum and every optimization turned off. The laptop comes pre-configured with an overclock setting called "Turbo" mode which is activated by a button to the upper-left of the keyboard. You can, of course, create your own overclocking profiles.

In order to more efficiently use power, conserve battery, and cut down on fan noise, as with most contemporary gaming laptops, the Predator Helios 300 uses Intel Optimus. In a nutshell, Intel Optimus switches dynammically between the considerably less powerful and less power-hungry integrated Intel GPU and the GTX-1660ti. The system will attempt to guess which GPU should be used for a given process, but you can deliberately control this in a couple of different ways. From the Nvidia Control Panel, you can set the GPU to use for a given application so that whenever that program (i.e. your games) are launched it automatically does so under the Nvidia card. Alternatively you can tell the system to favor the Nvidia card for everything (not a great idea unless you want to listen to the fan all the time and watch your battery level drop before your eyes). And Lastly, there's a context menu item called "run with graphics processor" that lets you select which to use by right-clicking on an application before you launch it. So Optimus is pretty useful for balancing performance, but it somes with a couple of unfortunate tradeoffs. There is no "Display" option in the Nvidia control panel because Optimus dynamically manages those settings, and G-Sync and Fast Sync options are not possible though technically the GPU is capable of using them.

Keyboard:

The keyboard is, for the most part, great. The keys are spaced reasonably, slightly convex, quiet and just have a nice feel. I'm used to pressing harder so my fingers have a tendency to bounce and I wind up typing double letters occasionally, but it's nothing I can't adjust to. (I tried using the Windows "Filter Keys" setting to help with this but it's more of an accessiblity option and is too restrictive) The width of the keyboard allows for the incorporation of a 10-key keypad on the right, however the keys are much narrower than the rest of the keyboard, and the 0 key has been shifted to the center column to accomodate the arrow keys, so it's a bit of compromise. It's only really annoying when trying to type in a large string of numbers such as when entering a license key.

Trackpad:

The trackpad is generously large and very sensitive. There are no mouse buttons, but the bottom of the pad is clickable with the right and left corners representing the right and left mouse buttons.

Sound:

The laptop comes with a pair of down-firing stereo speakers that are okay for what they are. They're tinny and can't really get loud enough to overpower the fan noise when playing games. Noise cancelling or noise isolating headphones are pretty much mandatory for gaming or anything that drives the GPU. That said, the virtual surround effect is surprisingly convincing.

Backlighting:

They changed last-year's red backlight to blue, which I think is somewhat more pleasing to the eye, but it's kind of a deal breaker in the use-it-in-bed scenario because the blue light spectrum interferes with your ability to achieve REM sleep. It's a thing, look it up.

Battery:

It runs on a 3720mAh battery which is about 25% more capacity than last year's model. Trying to give a "it lasts this many hours" number is kind of pointless in my opinion because it's affected by background processes, screen brightness, what you're doing with it, the age of the battery, etc. Let's be honest though, no one is buying this laptop for its battery life. Nvidia has several settings which seek to improve battery life while gaming, but they all involve framerate throttling. If you want to game while not connected to mains power, then you're probably playing games that would work just fine on a laptop with a fraction of the power of this thing.

Webcam/Mic

The webcam maxes out at 720p30. That resolution also holds for still images so it seems like that's the geometry of the sensor itself. It works okay in relatively low light - with the brightness gain cranked all the way up, the glow of the screen is enough to allow it to capture a usable amount of detail in a dark room. In a normally lit room the image is a bit darker than what you would see with your eyes, and as with most webcams, colors are little washed out. And like most pinhole cameras, the brighter the lighting the clearer the picture and the more faithful the colors. This would be perfectly serviceable in a well-lit office, or outdoors. The stereo microphone picks up voices clean and clear.

Network:

The "Killer" WiFi chip in this machine is amazingly fast. My Internet service tops off at around 25MB/s, and this Wi-Fi card easily hit 23MB/s (that's bytes, not bits) when downloading games from GOG Galaxy. I was pleased to see that the laptop also maintains an RJ-45 for wired ethernet connnectivity - it uses a clever hinged port to maximize space while there's nothing plugged in.

Hardware Accessibility/Upgrade difficulty:

Unlike last year's model, there are no quick access ports - if you want to get at the Wi-Fi, M.2, Memory or SSD area, you have to remove the entire bottom of the shell. Fortunately everything important is within reach after you take out the 10 philips screws and pull the bottom cover off.

Cooling:

This is by far the best vented laptop I've ever seen. The heatsink fins and fans are clearly visible through the myriad slits on the bottom, sides and back. The fans are as noisy as any laptop I've ever used, but not worse, though when you hit that Turbo button to kick in the overclocking profile and those fans crank up, it sounds like a jet preparing to take off, so if you're doing any moderate to heavy gaming, noise isolating or noise cancelling headphones are not optional.

Storage:

A 256GB PCIe M.2 drive is installed. It tops off around 1.5Gbps which is a pretty respectable speed and pretty performmant. It's not a lot of space though so it's fortunate that there's another M.2 slot to install another card later on. There's also a bay for a 2.5" drive, but the bracket and SATA connector kit comes with a warning that Acer no longer considers this a user serviceable operation and implies that your warranty may be voided by attempting to install it yourself.

Instructions/Documentation:

The documentation for the hardware was honestly a little disappointing. It gives you a tour of the ports and the keyboard, but doesn't include anything about how to install M.2 devices, upgrade memory or install a 2.5" drive - these aren't exactly rocket surgery, but it still feels like an oversite that Acer doesn't want to show you what goes where. The SATA adapter for the 2.5" drive requires connnection to a proprietary ribbon socket which they altogether fail to tell you how to locate on the motherboard.

Other Stuff:

I had to chuckle when I saw the "Turbo" button. I'm old enough to remember when that was a thing on the Intel 386 CPUs, and unironically it does pretty much the same sort of thing here.

The BIOS is about the most bare-bones affair I've seen recently, with no options for controlling and/or disabling the integrated GPU.

The system came with Norton Ultimate installed. Thankfully that's about the only piece of garbageware installed by Acer. Microsoft's default "Windows Defender" is far superior to Norton and unlike Norton it won't waste a ton of CPU cycles for no good reason. Windows Defender is already part of Windows 10 - just uninstall Norton and reboot to activate it. It's better protection and doesn't expire and beg for more money in a year.

I've attached an image of the installed applications to this review so you can see what it comes with.

Summary:


Pros:
- Looks and feels sleek and solid
- That 144hz screen is fantastic
- 300 nits is not MacBook bright, but it's usable in daylight
- Comes with fast PCIe M.2 Storage
- Wi-Fi is incredibly fast
- Powerful GPU
- Very effective cooling - I never saw it break 46C

Cons:
- Blue backlighting is bad for bedtime use
- Fans get loud when the system is under a load
- No option to disable Optimus and enable GSync (so no GSync)
- Norton Ultimate - seriously?

Updates:

(As I encounter new things that I think are relevant, I'll update the review here)
- The USB-C socket is not wired to the video card so it's not possible to output video. The laptop provides HDMI and a mini-DPort so it's not lacking in output options, but still.

Read the full review and detail about Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop

Acer Aspire 5 Slim Laptop



  • 8th Generation Intel Core i5 8265u Processor (Up to 3. 9GHz); 8GB DDR4 Memory; 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD
  • 15. 6 inches Full HD (1920 x 1080) widescreen LED backlit IPS display; Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • 1 USB 3.1 Type C Gen 1 port, 2 USB 3.1 Gen 1 Ports (one with Power off Charging), 1 USB 2.0 Port & 1 HDMI Port with HDCP support
  • 802. 11AC Wi Fi; Backlit keyboard; fingerprint reader; up to 9. 5 hours Battery Life
  • Windows 10 Home


Acer Aspire 5 Slim Laptop
Acer Aspire 5 Slim Laptop

I've had good experiences with my past 2 Acers, and this one looks GREAT on paper - 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, modern i5 Intel processor, 1080p IPS screen, etc. So, I had high hopes for it. I thought this would be a solid replacement for my 7-year-old Acer Aspire V3 that's starting to fall apart. But in reality, this laptop is not worth getting. A lot of the other reviews on this page are those ones where they get a free laptop in return for leaving a review, so be weary of their glowing praises.

First off, they must have put a really low quality WiFi card in this laptop (I compared with a friend who was sitting next to me at the library using the same internet, and his web pages were loading 6-8 seconds faster than mine). The low-voltage mobile processor (i5-8265) can't handle much without the fan turning on (even watching YouTube videos seems to cause a strain).

Probably won't be a big deal if you're just using 2-3 internet tabs or browsing small Word docs. But anything more than that will be a stretch. When I opened a design file, it felt like the laptop was going to explode. And it was lagging. And I think I got a defective screen on mine - it has a yellowish tint to it, and the picture looks very pixelated and off-color. Frankly, my old 720p laptop screen looks better. That's sort of the gamble that you take with Acer though; they have poor quality control.

The good things -- the keyboard and track-pad are OK, and the keyboard is backlit. it's also fairly light for a 15 inch laptop.

Read the full review and detail about Acer Aspire 5 Slim Laptop

Acer Flagship CB3-532 15.6" HD Premium Chromebook



  • This Certified Refurbished product is certified factory refurbished, shows limited or no wear, and includes all original accessories plus a 90-day warranty.
  • Zero Air Gap allows you to enjoy enhanced screen clarity even in sunlight, so you can enjoy content anywhere you go.
  • Blazing fast Intel Celeron N3060 Dual-Core 1.60 GHz Processor
  • With USB 3.0 easily transfer text and data files, photos and even movies at ten times the speed of USB 2.0.
  • The 15.6" Display and 1366 x 768 resolution LCD HD will have you captivated.


Best Selling Laptop
Acer Flagship CB3-532
I have to start off by saying that I'm a Chromebook fan. I've tested several and owned a few. There are still apps (when I was growing up, we called them "programs" and "software") that will only run on a PC, but I try when possible to take a Chromebook with me wherever I go because they are just so damn handy. Why is this important? Because this review is not here to hate on Chromebooks. They are great little machines. Many reviews hate the OS, and don't focus on the hardware when writing their reviews.

Unfortunately, this 2017 Acer Flagship CB3-532 15.6" HD "Premium Chromebook" is not really "premium." For two Benjamins, it's still a better computer than NASA had for all the Apollo missions-- in the space crafts and on the ground combined. But I was expecting more. I have a 2015 Asus 10" Chromebook which outperforms this 2017 15" Chromebook, and they were both the same price. I was hoping to "trade-up" but it looks like I'll keep the mini Chromebook and just use this 15" Chromebook as a spare at the office.

My Chromebook arrived refurbished, and I knew that going in when I purchased it. But sadly, mine arrived with schmutz all over the case (mainly on the bottom, and along the sides). The screen and keyboard were (thankfully) clean. But the rest of the case was honestly gross. We're talking about dirt, skin oils, and maybe food stains. I don't know what. Someone should have wiped this down with a rag before shipping it. It was absolutely disgusting to receive it with visible stains and foreign material on it.

The screen quality is decent-enough. Technically, it may be "HD," but it doesn't pop with color and brightness like many other HD screens. Reading emails, the text is kind of soft and fuzzy compared to my Asus PC latpop screen and Asus 10" Chromebook. I'd give the Acer 15" screen a 7/10 in the visual department. Again, not bad for the price, but certainly not up-to-par with other laptop screens we're now seeing.

The speakers are awesome. Not only are they of good quality, but they face up! Frankly, it should be international law that all laptops have upward facing speakers so that we can actually hear them.

The keyboard is excellent. Feels pro-quality, and it's not too loud (some cheap laptops have a clickity-clack problem). Could use this on a plane in first class and not disturb the blue-blood next to you with his poodle and monocle.

Where this Chromebook really fails is in power. Now, I'm not expecting Cray Supercomputer here (have I dated myself yet?), but I was disappointed when I tried to run 4k video from YouTube. It was a complete no-go. Not entirely unexpected, but I was hoping a "premium" Chromebook could handle it. What's more disappointing is that it hiccuped a bit even on 1080 HD video from YouTube. That's no bueno. I tried watching a couple videos on this Chromebook and compared it to my PC, and the Chromebook just didn't have the mojo or gusto or eye of the tiger.

In summary, this Chromebook is a good value overall, but it's far from premium. For the price, it's a worthy contended, But if you like to watch HD Netflix or other streaming film, I think I'd look for another laptop of Chromebook with better video capabilities.

UPDATE: The day this refurbished model was delivered, I noticed that Walmart had brand new ones for less money. I'll be returning this used model.

Read the full review and detail about Acer Flagship CB3-532 HD Premium Chromebook

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