The 10 Best Laptops With Dedicated Graphics Cards
December 26, 2018: While many large tasks call for massive, well-cooled desktop PCs, some of today's new laptops are upending that landscape, with some of the most compact and efficient technology ever released to consumers. The MSI Stealth is an excellent balance of price and performance, while their Titan is about as strong as they get. Acer's Predator Helios line is an exercise in well-performing computers on a relatively small budget, and the 500 model includes the very interesting Vega 56 chipset, which is probably what inspired Nvidia to release its respected 1070 Ti update. Creative professionals should consider a MacBook Pro, the less expensive of which has passable Radeon 560X graphics, while the more costly one has the new and venerated Vega 20 processor. But, do remember that Macs are a beast all of their own; only a very small range of apps and games are published for the platform, in contrast with Windows PCs. The Razer is an easy one to carry around, and despite its portability, it's awfully powerful. The ROG Zephyrus is another super-slim model. For all-purpose use, the HP Spectre is a great choice, as it's one of the few convertible 2-in-1s with a discrete GPU. In the upcoming year, be on the lookout for Nvidia's new RTX line to jump into the mobile GPU fray, and also be ready to take out a new mortgage if you really want to buy one.