NBC had reviewed the 2020 macbook pro 16", yet they put the old butterfly switch 15" on the first place, whereas the 16" isn't even in the list?
And why are the lenovo ideapad s340 and msi ps63 modern even on the list in the first place? Their screen and performance are just mediocre at best, and as for the ps63, you call a laptop with less than 200nits of brightness a "multimedia" laptop? Seriously?
I agree with some ratings for the May 2018 update. The Aero 15 is very nice as are the new HP laptops,ASUS etc. I still don't get how the XPS 15 is missed, or why you have the macbook ranked as number 1? Most everyone can agree the macbooks have not been refreshed in quite some time and the hardware specs are far behind some of these other offerings. Also, screen brightness does not dictate accuracy. The XPS infinity edge screen and probably some of HP's have the most accurate RGB color specs.
Please consider giving readers an alternative method for rating devices that doesn't revolve around your interpretation of what a multimedia, business, lightweight gaming device should be. JUST GIVE US THE FACTS and let us filter what criteria we think is important.
I really appreciate the detail of your technical evaluations but not your interpretation of them.
How could you seriously recommend by rating an old notebook with ancient gpu at the top of your list when because of its age a new model is likely soon.
Further, you only encourage manufacturers it rest on their laurels
Aghhhhhhhhhh, wtf is this wortman at 80, even the 18 month old gigabyte p34g gets 82, but of course its an old notebook and your criteria excludes older notebooks.... sic Macbook Pro retina, sorry your ratings have no credibility
I'm also surprised the XPS 15 (early 2014) isn't here, when it was 2nd behind the MBPr15 until recently, and is one of the main machines compared against in the Zenbook NX500 review. As other commenters have noted, its difficult to rely on these lists when there are such glaring ommisions. More transparency would be appreciated.
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