When thinking about buying a laptop, we have to take into account many factors, such as appearance, processor speed, RAM, weight, wireless capabilities, but not many buyers think about the battery life of a laptop from which very often such troubles occur as discharge before the end of the trip or which is much more unpleasant during a business meeting or presentation.
It is easy to get confused when talking about laptop batteries, given the large number of manufacturers and their methods of measuring battery life, which they subsequently advertise.
Nowadays, you can find both "giants" that can work up to seven hours, and laptops that can hardly withstand an hour and a half (it is on the "happy" owners of such models that manufacturers of so-called reinforced batteries profit from).
To simplify the selection of a laptop in terms of battery power, this review has been prepared in which the most likely leaders in terms of battery life among the models of this year have been selected. For simplicity, all laptops will be categorized into four groups of interest to a wide range of buyers: Netbooks, 13 "laptops, mid-size laptops (14" and 15 "range), and laptops 16" and over.
Netbooks (10/11 inch displays)
- Acer Aspire 1 A111-31
- ASUS VivoBook E201NA
- HP EliteBook x360 1030 G2
- Acer Swift 5 SF514-52T
- Acer TravelMate P6 TMP648
Medium Laptops (14/15 Inch Displays)
- Acer Aspire 7 A715-72G
Large laptops (16/17/18 inch displays)
- Acer Predator Helios 500 PH517-51
- Acer Aspire 7 A717-71G
Watch the video review of the Asus laptop