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Every year we put the top brands on the hot seat and rate them across several categories, including reviews, design, tech support, value and innovation.
Asus has finally risen to the top to claim the crown. After years of pushing innovative and risky features packed in the most glorious designs we’ve seen, it all finally paid off.
Dell’s innovation and diverse product offerings launched it into its second-place ranking but mixed performance on this year’s tech support report held it back.
The winner of our 2019 report, HP dropped a few spots this year after disappointing in our Tech Support Showdown.
MSI not only dug itself out of the double digits this year but it fully propelled itself into the top five best laptop brands.
Acer proved itself as a giant slayer this year, pummeled some top-dollar workstations in overall performance thanks to powerful specs. However, the company couldn’t escape the sixth place spot.
The Flexispot Electric Height Adjustable Standing Desk takes a dead-simple form factor and combines it with rock-solid functionality.
Lenovo maintained its 5th place spot this year thanks to a wide selection of options and a handful of reliable products - most notably its ThinkPad line of laptops.
Samsung has sprung up after an incredible comeback, going from last place in 2019’s Best and Worst Brands faceoff to 8th place this year.
Apple was our third-worst brand in our 2019 Best and Worst report, and this year, the Cupertino-based tech giant is our second-worst brand after Microsoft.
Alienware’s sophomore showing in Best and Worst Brands sees it drop from fourth place into an 8th place tie.
Finishing in last place, Microsoft had a quiet year when you separate the products it released from those it announced.
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The Asus VivoBook 14 and the Dell XPS 13 are two unlikely competitors, but as you watch these two face off in our wrestling ring, you’ll see why they’re worthy opponents.
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For well over a decade, Laptop has been testing notebooks in our lab to help you decide which ones rise above the rest.