Best Lightweight Laptop for 2017

Best Lightweight Laptop for 2017
If you are always on the run, then you should opt for a lightweight laptop. The various laptops offered by different brands in the market will ensure that you have the latest model for your needs.
Techspirited Staff
Last Updated: Apr 9, 2018
When laptops were introduced in the market, they were huge and bulky, and also very expensive. With time, laptops have not only become cheaper, but also become thinner and lightweight. These days, people are always on the move, which necessitates a lightweight laptop.
If one has to trudge with heavy laptops, it gets very cumbersome. With lightweight laptops available in the market, one should always consider them, before a purchase. Here is a list of top lightweight laptops at your perusal.
Dell XPS 13
With respect to price, looks and specifications, Dell XPS 13 is the best thing to buy. Keeping the tradition alive, Dell has somehow come up with 13.3'' display and a weight as light as 2.7 lbs. It comes with Intel with i5 - i7 core processor. It has 125 - 256 GB SSD, which gives better performance and reliability. According to user's demand, Dell offers different range of prices (from USD 799 - USD 1299). Maybe that's the reason why some people prefer Dell over other companies.
HP Spectre x360
Just by looking at the specifications, one would want to find the nearest HP stores. With highest of 16 GB RAM along with windows 10 Home Premium, 512 SSD, 13.3'' touch screen display, and resolutions of 1920x1080, people are in awe with this laptop. It comes with Intel i7 generation 4 MB cache, 2 cores and Intel Turbo Boost Technology. The battery backup is said to be up to 16 hours.
>>Also see: HP Spectre 13
Acer Aspire S 13
Acer Aspire S13 might be the best windows-based ultrabook laptop in its price range (around USD 1699). It comes with 8 GB RAM, Intel i7 core processor, 512 GB SSD, 13.3 inch full HD (1920x1080) resolution, and touch screen display. It has a facility of wireless LAN, two USB 3.0 port for ultra fast data transfer, an HDMI output, and an SD card reader.
Apple 13" MacBook Pro
There are two Apple MacBook Pro in the market. Out of them, the MacBook Pro 13'' is the best deal if light weight is your priority. It gives LED-backlit display with 2560x1600 resolutions. It has dual-core Intel i5 generation, 512 GB on board SSD, WiFi, and Bluetooth 4.2 wireless technology. Apple products are widely known for their camera and video quality. This MacBook has a 720p FaceTime HD camera. It has 10 hours of battery backup and it can last up to 30 days on standby.
Lenovo Yoga 910
Another fascinating laptop from Lenovo, announced this year is Lenovo Yoga 910. It provides a Windows 10 operating system, 7th generation Intel core, HD Graphics 620, and display of 13.9'' with backlit keyboard. It comes with features like Yoga watchband hinge, 3-sided narrow display bezel, and Fingerprint Security which makes Lenovo unique. It is said that battery will last for about 9 hours with local video playback. It also gives the Hello support via a fingerprint reader.
ASUS ZenBook UX330UA
This ZenBook series is invented for its light weight, thin design. The ASUS ZenBook UX330UA is everything you can ask for. This laptop delivers 7th generation Intel core i7 processor, up to 8GB RAM, Windows 10 Home Premium, and up to 512 GB SSD storage. Like every other ultrabook laptop, it has three USB 3.0 port and SD memory reader. The battery back up is up to 12 hours.
Microsoft Surface Book
With the weight of 3.34 lbs, Microsoft Surface Book is one of the heaviest ultrabook laptops in the series of 13 inch display. It has 6th generation Intel core, i5-i7 processor, up to 1TB SSD, two USB 3.0 ports, WiFi, and Bluetooth connectivity. It also has Windows 8MP rear-facing, auto-focus camera (1080p HD), and 5MP front-facing Hello face-authentication camera (1080p HD). Battery back up is up to 12 hours of video playback.
>>Also see: ASUS F556UA
With such compact sizes and high performance capabilities, these are undoubtedly some of the best innovations of 2017. However, rather than choosing one according to its thickness or weight, I'd rather suggest you buy one that suits your needs the best. So, decide the features you consider a must in your laptop, before you buy one for yourself.