Discover in this paper which are the three best PCs this month on Fandroid. Among the many products tested by our editorial team, laptops are essential. Our November 2022 selection consists of a Huawei PC, an Honor and a Lenovo.
This is not a selection of smartphones from November 2022, although among the brands mentioned in the introduction are Huawei and Honor. The manufacturers in question have recently focused on the laptop market. At the dawn of November and especially at the end of the year celebration, it is important that you have as much information as possible to purchase the product you need. We advise you to read our selection of the best laptops to find the cream of the market.
The three best laptops of November 2022 offered to you are three different types of products. A device designed exclusively for work, an overpowered laptop and a model that aims for the right balance. Discover our full selection now.
- crazy power
- Its pleasant design
- The screen is beautiful
Available at €1,999 on Huawei
Despite the setbacks of Huawei in the mobile phone market, the manufacturer decided to participate in other markets. In our selection of the best Huawei PCs, you’ll also find devices that make up the brand’s range. The Huawei MateBook X Pro version 2022 is the flagship of the catalog, with truly impressive features. The design is all metal while remaining textured through the use of magnesium alloy. The screen is retina-pleasing with its 90 Hz refresh rate and true-to-life colors.
In terms of power delivery, the Huawei PC relies on a combination consisting of an Intel Core i7-1260p chip as well as 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM. The set delivers great performance, but above all the cooling system in place is better than usual. However, the autonomy is quite strict, especially if you ask for 90 Hz refresh on the screen. Huawei’s flagship is a premium device, and its price reflects this: it is displayed at a recommended price of 2,199 euros.
- Autonomy of 10 hours
- Good processor performance
- Its design is beautiful
Available at €1,299 on Honor
The portable PC market is quite easily locked into a dichotomy between power and mobility. With the Honor MagicBook 14 RTX 2050, perform a fusion of these two worlds. The laptop is intended to be sober in terms of design as the latter seems timeless. In weighing, however, the scale shows 1.58 kilograms, which changes this PC from an ultrabook to a more traditional laptop. It is equipped with an Intel Core i5-12500H with 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and a GeForce RTX 2050.
The PC is powerful for office software as well as for a short game session. Above all, performance does not depend on autonomy, the latter reaches up to 10 hours in office use. However, we will regret a screen that is not very bright and untimely heating when the PC is pushed to its full power. Concessions to consider regarding its price: 1,299 euros.
- All terrain designs
- The ThinkPad Red Button
- The screen is readable anywhere
- Not up to power
The ThinkPad range available in the Lenovo PC catalog is primarily designed for workers. With the Lenovo ThinkPad X13s, you’ll have a work ally in your hands… and that’s it. From the looks of the design alone, the focus is on durability and strength. A particularly useful aspect if your laptop needs to be moved regularly. The small red button typical of the range, placed in the middle of the keyboard, allows you to control the mouse. The sRGB screen is good and especially allows you to read it in direct sunlight.
In the performance section, the configuration consisting of the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 chip combined with 32 GB of LPDDR4x RAM offers noble performance, even if the set is mainly intended for office automation. In theory, it is possible to benefit from more power, but the PC software suite is not suitable. The autonomy put in place makes it possible to hold two full days. The displayed price of the Lenovo ThinkPad X13s is 1709 euros for its starting configuration with 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage on the Lenovo site.
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