If you are the type of person who always wants to possess the best and latest tech gadgets, and you are not too constrained on the budget as well, then there are a lot of fine gadgets you can get your hands on.
From foldable tablets to highly improved laptops, and a lot more in between, the year 2020 has seen quite a lot of innovations in the tech market, and that too just in the first quarter. Here is a list of some of the best gadgets from this year that you should consider investing in:
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
Foldable displays happen to be the trend now, and as always, Lenovo has adapted to the trend with their ThinkPad X1 Fold. While the device looks like a tablet, it basically is and functions as a laptop, with the foldable 13.3-inch display, which when folded brings about an onscreen keyboard on the lower half.
You can also choose to use the magnetic keyboard made available for the device, sold separately if you want some actual typing done. Unique design like this gives users the opportunity to use a device in different configurations, without much to compromise. The product is expected to hit the stores in mid-2020, with price tags starting at $2,499.
Acer ConceptD 7 Ezel
Designed with creators in mind, the concept 7 Ezel, as the name suggests, is a laptop that can transform into an artist’s easel, thanks to the Wacom EMR pen technology.
This 15-inch laptop comes packed with amazing features, including a high-performance processor and graphics card, and the highlight of them all would be the ability to use it in different configurations, all in style. The price of this device is expected to start at $2,699.
HP Elite Dragonfly G2 Notebook PC
If you have been looking for a business laptop that is both travel-friendly and comes loaded with useful security features, the Elite Dragonfly G2 released earlier this year is just what you need.
Weighing under 1kg, this sure is a compact and lightweight convertible, perfect for frequent travelers. Above all, the inclusion of security features, such as HP Privacy Camera, HP Sure View, multi-factor authentication, and built-in tracker, makes this the most secure laptop of this year so far. The HP Elite Dragonfly models start at $1,549.
Lenovo ThinkBook Plus
Another offering from Lenovo, the ThinkBook Plus is a 13.3-inch laptop that is designed with an additional 10.8-inch e-ink cover display, which can be used to create diagrams and illustrations, take notes, etc.
Using the integrated Lenovo Precision Pen. The display will also show notifications when the laptop lid is closed. The pricing of the ThinkBook Plus starts at $1,199.
Apple iPad Pro
Released in March 2020, the new iPad Pro comes with a design makeover, carrying a tiny bezel that makes the screen space bigger, without actually increasing the device’s overall dimensions.
Available in two sizes – 11” and 12.9”, the tablet offers different storage options, such as 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB, and 1 TB, and its price starts at $799.
HP Envy 32 All-in-One PC
If the iMac is the only name that pops in your mind when you think about an all-in-one PC, it is about to change now, with the introduction of the HP Envy 32 AiO.
From its 31.5-inch screen to the powerful NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2020 Max-Q GPU and elegant design, this PC comes fully packed with extraordinary features and specs, rightly belonging to the all-in-one category. The pricing of this PC starts at $1,699.
ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14
Looking to own the coolest gaming laptop around? Take a look at the ROG Zephyrus G14 from ASUS. What makes this gaming rig stand apart is the one-of-its-kind AniMe Matrix display, which allows for the display of flashy animations, custom images, audio visualizations, and more right on the cover.
The brand is also looking to update the technology to display battery life, new messages, and other notifications as well. The ROG Zephyrus G14 has a base pricing of $1,049.
AMD Ryzen 3000
With the release of the Ryzen 3000 chips, particularly the Ryzen 9 3950X, AMD is definitely at the top of their processor game. Offering up to 16 cores and 32 threads, these processors deliver extraordinary power and outstanding overclocking capabilities.
Even with such great features, these chips are offered at reasonable prices, which is another highlight. These mainstream processor chips are available for both desktops and laptops, and their pricing starts at $199.
Intel Core X-Series Processors
The Core X-Series is a processor platform from Intel that comprises of high-performance CPUs that are suitable for high-end content creation, mega-tasking, and high-end gaming.
These are unclocked processors that are designed to deliver unparalleled performance for advanced working needs, including 3D animation, visual effects, video editing, game development, and more.
AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT
Announced in CES 2020, the Radeon RX 5600 XT is designed to provide the ultimate 1080p gaming experience, without putting a dent in your wallet. With numerous software features, high frame rates, and of course, reasonable pricing, this GPU is known to deliver generation-leading performance, which puts it at the top of the 1080p gaming category.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook
In the Chromebook category, one device that has managed to gather the most attention is the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook. Once again, a premium Chromebook form Samsung, this $1000 model comes with a 13.3-inch screen, 4K UHD AMOLED display, and weighs just 2.2 pounds.
This is also a pen-enabled device, and its design and size make it stand apart from the otherwise bulky and cheap-looking Chromebooks.