Top 10 Best Laptop Manufacturers

Picking a laptop feels like a major life choice, doesn't it? With so many awesome brands out there, it's easy to get overwhelmed. Should you go with a tried-and-true classic? A cutting-edge innovator? Or maybe a budget-friendly option that packs a surprising punch?

In this list, we're talking about the brands that consistently deliver awesome machines, whether it's sleek designs, unbeatable performance, or a perfect blend of features and value.

Think about the laptops you've owned or the ones your friends rave about. Which brands stand out in your experience? Which ones would you recommend without hesitation?
The Top Ten
1 Apple Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company that specializes in consumer electronics, software and online services headquartered in Cupertino, California, United States. Apple is the largest technology company by revenue (totaling US $365.8 billion in 2021) and as of May 2022, and, as... read more

MacBooks are good enough to handle games and have good specifications and work quickly. Teachers have those, and students have their own Chromebooks. Their products are great, and older ones are no longer used. Also, their operating system is macOS, and I like gaming PCs more than MacBooks because they handle games well - even a gaming laptop can handle them too.

Apple's laptops have good specifications and work quickly and efficiently, without having many viruses. However, this is almost negated by their extravagant and high prices and the fact that they are hard to use, probably due to macOS.

Also, there are a number of keyboards that will cause unwanted results (Command Bacon opens every app), and the new Macs do not have USB ports, making additional purchases even more necessary. They should also invest in touchscreens.

2 Dell Dell Inc. is an American privately owned multinational computer technology company based in Round Rock, Texas, United States, that develops, sells, repairs, and supports computers and related products and services.

The reason why Dell is better is that it runs on Windows. Sure, Apple fans say, "Better than Apple? I have been using Apple for blah blah blah." But hey, Dell and Apple are equal. However, if you are talking about video games, Dell running on Windows wins. That's why I choose Dell. There are fewer video games released for Apple Macs.

Dell is the best! I have a very old Dell tower, and it works fine! Dell doesn't explode like Acer does! Dell is not slow like Apple! Dell offers more security, more power, more advanced multimedia, more compatibility, and more satisfaction! Dell: The Power to Do More.

3 Hewlett-Packard (HP) The Hewlett-Packard Company was an American multinational information technology company headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

Laptops from HP are very reliable and slick, also being quite stylish and pleasant to look at. The design is pleasing, and the performance is equally satisfying for users. They are also much cheaper than some other major laptop companies.

HP is the best. Sure, it's not the best for gaming, but its laptops and computers last longer than any other brand. Every computer and laptop we've bought is from HP, even their printers. This brand is very reliable.

HP: What can I say? Legendary laptops, legendary looks, legendary prices, and you don't pay $50 extra for the badge like you do with Apple.

4 Asus ASUSTeK Computer Inc., (stylized as ΛSUS) is a Taiwanese multinational computer hardware and electronics company headquartered in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan.

I have no words to say about Asus. It has its own style, which is far better than Apple, Dell, Alienware, etc. Asus laptops stay cool after prolonged use, offer highly efficient graphics and performance, have the best data transfer and read rate, and come with state-of-the-art Altec Lansing music speakers. Asus is Asus. No other company can ever beat it.

A $433 (USD) Asus-X54C has a whopping 5.6 score in gaming graphics and 3D performance, while a $710 HP Pavilion has only a 4.2 score in the very same category. I have personally experienced this. Now I think there's no need to write or review Asus anymore. Love you too much, Asus.

5 Samsung The Samsung Group (or simply Samsung, stylized as SAMSUNG) is a South Korean multinational manufacturing conglomerate headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul, South Korea. It comprises numerous affiliated businesses, most of them united under the Samsung brand, and is the largest South Korean chaebol (business... read more

During the last five years, I have used two different models of Samsung laptops and have had no problems with them at all. I also used two laptops from different brands, but I can say that Samsung was the best of them. My next choice: of course, Samsung.

They are a better mobile brand, but their laptops are still good.

I have a Samsung Series 3 300E5A, and it's cheap and great. Its speakers are loud. The best choice for choosing a laptop is Samsung.

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6 Acer Acer Inc. is a Taiwanese multinational hardware and electronics corporation specializing in advanced electronics technology and is headquartered in Xizhi, New Taipei City, Taiwan.

My family and I have owned a fleet of Acer laptops over the years, a total of nine. One got stolen, but the rest worked pretty well. One worked for over five years without a single problem. The other is currently 5.5 years old and, to date, has zero problems. My personal Acer laptop is 3.5 years old, again with zero problems.

I cannot say for sure how Acer stacked up against the competition before the year 2006, but I can assure you, from 2006 to now, Acer has been making excellent laptops for the price. We also had three Toshibas, one MSI, one Lenovo, and two HPs. None of the Toshibas work. The Lenovo we sold, and surprisingly, the MSI is seven years old and still going strong.

7 Toshiba Toshiba Corporation is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

Toshiba is the best Windows laptop manufacturer. While others are just focused on marketing, Toshiba is still making innovations with quality, toughness, and well-priced hardware, along with great support for customers. The end.

I think Toshiba is better than Dell. I used two different models for school, and they were not good. My home laptop is in better shape, and it's four years older even though it has been thrown around more.

I have had an S55-B5289 for two years, and it still runs like brand new. However, the battery only lasts 2-4 hours. I'm planning on replacing my battery. Still, Toshiba did an awesome job on this laptop.

8 Lenovo Lenovo Group Ltd. is a Chinese multinational technology company with headquarters in Beijing, China, and Morrisville, North Carolina, United States.

Depending on what you're using it for, I like Lenovo laptops better than any other brand I've used. I've become more of a simple user these days, rather than spending my time on music and video editing and gaming. I use my laptop mainly for business purposes, such as PowerPoint, emailing, plug-and-play presentations, and so on, as well as web browsing at home. For those purposes, I would say there is nothing better.

The only advantage Apple has is its different software platform, which some people might personally prefer. Other than that, I've experienced fewer - albeit still more - hardware and software operation issues with Apple than with Lenovo. I feel that I'm a good resource for comparison, as I currently use both brands for work, including a mandatory iPhone. I've also used several other brands, having run a computer store in a previous life. I've never had software operational issues or any hardware issues with any Lenovo products in seven years.

Again, I can't speak for those looking to do more graphics-demanding, high-memory-consuming tasks, as that is not what I use laptops or desktops for. If I were still involved in music editing, there's a 99% chance I would choose a Mac desktop.

9 Sony Sony Group Corporation, commonly known as Sony and stylized as SONY, is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan, Minato, Tokyo, Japan... read more

When Sony makes products, they make them practical yet absolutely elite at the same time. They give them a definite edge. Vaio and all the software that comes with it, such as Vaio Gate and Vaio Restore, are examples. Windows can crash, but you can still retrieve things from your hard drive.

Great device, without any doubt. Sony has made many things that are very good, including Vaio.

10 MSI

MSI excels in the gaming laptop industry. They have powerful notebooks that can be used for almost anything and can be upgraded. They outperform Apple as well as all the others.

MSI, Asus, and Apple, in my opinion, make the best laptops and computers.

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11 LG LG Electronics Inc. is a South Korean multinational electronics company headquartered in Yeouido-dong, Seoul, South Korea. LG Electronics is a part of LG Corporation, the fourth largest chaebol in South Korea, and often considered as the pinnacle of LG Corp with the group's chemical and battery division... read more

After the LG Gram 14 and 15 came out, the technology of making a 15-inch laptop that weighs 980 grams was a shock to the world. It's lighter and thinner than the MacBook Air, which was popular for its weight. Since the LG Gram came out, everyone prefers it over the MacBook Air.

12 Fujitsu

I have a 17.3-inch laptop, NH 751. I like it because it runs quietly, has a big and nice screen, and the battery is able to keep it running for about 6 hours.

The processor always stays cool, but the palm rest does get a little hot when playing some demanding games. However, it won't burn your hand.

Fujitsu is a nice laptop company that doesn't overdo everything (cough, cough, Razer and Apple). Fujitsu laptops can run on multiple platforms and have multiple uses.

13 Alienware Alienware is an American computer hardware subsidiary of Dell, Inc. Their products are designed for gaming and can be identified by their science-fiction-themed designs.

Best laptops to date. Love them!

Overpriced. You can find other laptops with similar specs for cheaper.

14 Razer

Amazing company creating some of the best computers! The Blade series outperforms Apple in every way!

15 Compaq
16 Microsoft Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services.

Microsoft laptops are probably the perfect laptops to have, with great specifications, quality, and a stylus. Additional costs are much less compared to rival company Apple, but the quality is probably the same. I would suggest reducing prices a bit because, like Apple, they are a bit high, but much more affordable. They are easy to use and very light, making them portable.

They created the Surface Pro. Enough said.

17 Packard Bell
18 Advent
19 HCL

HCL laptops are the best in their class. They are rigid, long-lasting, and deliver high-performance output. I have been using my HCL laptop since 2009, and even now, in 2016, it's working perfectly. According to me, it will work even after 2020.

I have been using an HCL laptop since 2007, and now, in 2016, it's still working fine. It has the best hardware and performance for my tasks.

20 Olivetti
21 VoodooPC
22 IBM
23 Walton
24 Turbo-X
25 Gigabyte Technology
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