4k laptop

Compared to just a few years ago. Many more laptops today come with. The option of a 4K display however. Dell’s XPS 15 is our pick out of. The top 4K laptops with its. Four-inch UHD+ display is gorgeous. Thanks to its 16:10 aspect ratio. It has a dedicated GPU for more power. 11th-Gen Intel Core CPU options. For amazing performance and it’s all. Packed into a sleek aluminum. Chassis that can fit into any configuration. You’ll enjoy a long battery life. Thanks to the 86Wh battery all of. Which makes this laptop one that. You can take with you wherever you go.

Dell XPS 15 (9510)

The XPS 15 has been known for a while as having one of the top displays available and the new 9510 model is no exception. Its 15.6-inch 4-inch UHD+ display has an angular 16:10 aspect ratio with a resolution of 3840×2400, and there’s essentially no more bezel, not even under the screen. It’s got touch capabilities, and also has an anti-reflective coating, which helps cut down on glare. It hits 80% AdobeRGB and 76% DCI-P3 color reproduction and offers over 500 nits of brightness to create a vibrant picture.Dell has also included a 3456×2160 (3.5K) OLED display option with touch, anti-reflective coating as well as 400 nits of brightness.

13-inch: Razer Book

Razer Book 13 Razer Book 13 is one of the most interesting Ultrabooks to hit the market in recent years. Razer made the decision to use Sharp in order to develop its own IGZO displays, and the result is the Book 13, which is a 13.4-inch screen that has 3840 x 2400 (UHD+) resolution and 16:10 aspect ratio. This is essentially the same display that you will find in the XPS 13 9310, with amazing color quality, lots of brightness, as well as an anti-reflective coating.The Book 13 has a an impressive selection of ports, which include two Thunderbolt 4, HDMI, USB-A 3.2, 3.5mm audio, and a microSD reader. The top-quality THX speakers provide excellent audio and the overall design of aluminum is beautiful. This is a sharp laptop and even has a keyboard that has each key with RGB lighting.

15-inch convertible: Lenovo Yoga 9i 15

The Lenovo Yoga 9i 15 is largely unchanged from it’s predecessor Yoga C940, which was earlier included in this roundup. It still sports a premium aluminum design, with an adjustable hinge that doubles as a soundbar, with Dolby Atmos Tuning. The 15.6-inch display is still using an aspect ratio of 16:9 however its 3840×2160 (UHD) resolution makes it stand out. It’s a touch screen with HDR 400 and 500 nits brightness. There’s also an integrated pen that is active for inking.This is a laptop built for entertainment but it’s also able to perform. You can get a 10th Gen Intel Core I9-10980HK CPU, which has eight cores as well as 16GB of DDR4 RAM 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, and an NVIDIA GTX 1650 Ti discrete GPU that has the capacity of 4GB VRAM.The Keyboard is comfortable and it comes with a fingerprint reader to provide added security.

Razer Blade 15

For those who are into PC gaming with a 4K resolution this Razer Blade 15 will not leave you disappointed. Blade 15 Blade 15 was refreshed by Intel’s 11th generation CPUs as well as NVIDIA RTX 30-series GPUs along with new display options earlier in the year. While FHD as well as QHD models are available with impressive specs on their own but they’re the 15.6-inch 4K display that we’ll be focusing on in this article. It’s offered in both touch and non-touchvariants, both sporting OLED panels and a 60Hz refresh rate. Both have the 100% DCI-P3 color rendering The touch model getting HDR Support. With a 4K display set up, you can add the 11th Gen Intel Core i9-11900H CPU, NVIDIA RTX 3080 Laptop GPU 32GB of RAM and a 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD.

There’s an additional Studio version that includes an NVIDIA Quadro the RTX 5000 GPU, which is ideal for more specialized tasks. All this is contained in a metal chassis that is symmetrical with squared edges, that is available in the black color either Mercury White colors. It’s one of the best quality laptops you can find that’s built to stand up to the demands of daily usage. The keyboard’s movement is small, but the huge Precision touchpad is great

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (Gen 6)

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (Gen 6) saw an impressive update when it was upgraded away from Gen 5, making it one of the top convertibles available. The fact that it’s dripping with security and management features make it an ideal choice for anyone who has to spend the majority of their time in the office or out in the field. It’s sturdy, it looks fantastic and the convertible style gives it a variety of uses. The switch to an aspect ratio of 16:10 gives the laptop a contemporary lookand comes with 3840×2400 (UHD+) resolution. The IPS panel is touch-enabled, it comes with an anti-reflective layer, Dolby Vision, and low blue light characteristics. This display is stacked. I have measured 100 91% sRGB, 99% AdobeRGB, and 97 percent DCI P3 color reproduction, all stellar results.

HP Spectre x360 14

HP’s SpectreX360 14 ranks as our best choice overall for the top Windows laptop and for an excellent reason. It takes the gem-cut design that we like of the earlier Spectre and adjusts it to accommodate a 13.5-inch OLED touch screen with a the tall aspect ratio of 3:2. This kind of reduces the resolution, which is 3000×2000 but it’s still crisp enough that we’re including it in the roundup of 4K laptops. The display has an anti-reflective coating, 400 nits brightness and 100% DCI-P3 color reproduction as well as a slim bezel. It also supports an active pen that comes with tilt support. It’s Intel Evo certified, which means that you will get fast performance with battery power.

Bottom line

It’s a good moment to be in the market for a laptop featuring the 4K display, but Dell’s XPS 15 9510 steals the show. The 4K UHDdisplay with touch technology has the 16:10 aspect ratio which eliminates bezel, it has an anti-reflective coating, and has over 500 nits brightness. You can also purchase it with an 3.5K OLED display for more shades. It’s backed up by the dedicated NVIDIA GTX 3050 GPU, as well as 10th Gen Intel Core CPU options. The light, compact chassis is made from aluminum and carbon fiber, and comes with a massive 86Wh battery.


Kate Johnson is a content writer, who has worked for various websites. She is also a college graduate who has a B.A in Journalism.

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