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The Which? top choice laptop of the month

By Michael Passingham

Don't have time to browse through hundreds of laptop reviews? No problem. We've picked three laptops worth taking a look at this month.

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We've tested hundreds of laptops in our lab, but if you're short of time, you don't have to read through all of our expert reviews to find the perfect option. 

Below, we take a look at three models at different price points. They might have been tested recently or are on discount in some retailers this month. See our choices below to find out why we picked each of them.

Want to browse our laptop reviews? Our Best Buy laptops page has the details on all of our best models.

Top pick laptops of the month

73%
£600.00
Reviewed

This laptop is available at Currys at a decent discount, albeit with an AMD processor instead of the Intel one tested here. Still, it's a thin and light laptop that's ideal for taking on the move.

66%
£549.00
Reviewed

This laptop is pretty bog-standard as far as these things go, but sometimes that's all you need. The Core i3 version is currently on discount at Currys for £399.

65%
£799.00
Reviewed

This laptop is one of the best-value we tested in our recent tranche of gaming machines. It doesn't tick all the boxes beyond pure performance, but it's a decent shout for the money.

Pricing, recommendations, and test scores correct as of October 2019.

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The latest laptops put to the test

The two models above are just a tiny sample of the huge range of laptops we've tested. Our experts have reviewed hundreds of laptops in our expert test lab, and only the models that offer up a great user experience and solid battery life will be made a Best Buy. We rigorously test laptops paying close attention to the following:

Spending big on a laptop won't always guarantee you a Best Buy, which is why we suggest you use our expert reviews to find the perfect laptop for you.

Head over to our laptop reviews page for the latest releases from big-name brands, including Apple, Asus, Dell and HP. Alternatively, see our guide on the best cheap laptops for less than £500 for the best affordable picks.

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