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January 10, 2017

the hottest 5 laptops showcased during 20017 consumer electronics show

These were among the hottest and the most geeky laptops which were showcased during this years Consumer electronics at Las Vegas. 

HP Spectre x360 (2017)HP's Spectre x360, has something nearly unheard of in modern technology: HP's new laptop is more thicker than any avg laptop . While the PC only has 1.9 mm more to love, HP claims it was able to add a 23% larger battery. Not a bad tradeoff. The laptop starts at $1,280, and the updated model runs Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors.  

Samsung’s 15-inch Notebook 9 (2017) Samsung’s new Notebook 9 continues the Chromebook line, meant to be lower-powered but still functional devices for people who really only need to surf the internet and use web tools. This version has a full HDMI port, a fingerprint scanner, and weighs 2.73 lbs. (That’s about the weight of most 13-inch laptops.) Samsung claims 15 hours of battery life, plus the ability to completely charge the laptop in less than two hours. The 15-inch Notebook 9 costs $1,299. 

AsusPro B9440 Asus is pitching its latest laptop toward business and enterprise users  with its sleek, angular design.The Asus pro is extremely light and thin, at just 2.31 lbs.The AsusPro B9440 starts at $999 

Dell has unveiled a convertible version of its XPS 13 laptop and announced the new device at CES 2017. Dell's  new 2-in-1 will have the same InfinityEdge display as the existing XPS 13 and XPS 15, meaning you can expect a nearly bezel-free screen, making it one of the smallest 13-inch laptops to be launched to date. 

The Dell XPS 2-in-1 boasts 7th-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, depending on specs, with integrated Intel HD 615 graphics, up to 1TB of storage space, up to 16GB of RAM, and a 13.3-inch Full HD, or QHD+ InfinityEdge touch display.