The Best Computers to Expect in 2020

Kyle Stokes, Reporter

So, you have a computer that isn’t doing it’s job, yet you don’t want to change out each individual part. What to do, what to do. Well, the solution is super easy, barely an inconvenience. Save up some money, and get a new computer. Here is where it gets tough. Which computer are you going to buy? Are you going to buy a tower or a laptop? Calm down, this reporters got this already taken care of. Here are the best computers to expect in 2020.



Starting out on the laptop line, we have the Dell XPS 13. In all reality, it’s just an improvement on itself. 16:10 ratio, reduced bottom bezel, larger trackpad, bumped up specs. 

Up next, we have the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold. To make a short description even shorter, it’s basically a glorified tablet. How glorified? It can fold in on itself and be used as a full laptop as well (despite the fact that it doesn’t have Windows support.) 

Onward, now, to the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook. To keep things short, this Chromebook is more glorified than the ones here at school. Honestly, Samsung is just trying to flex here since this Chromebook has an Intel core i5 processor.

Up next is the captain of the gaming laptops team, the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14. What makes this laptop stand out from the rest? Lights on the BACK of the lid, an implementation of one of AMD’s new processors, and an RTX 2060 Graphics card.

Next is the HP Spectre x360 15. Honestly, just another improvement upon itself. What more should be said?

What’s better than having one screen? That is what Dell decided to ask themselves. Their solution? Two screens on their Concept Duet. Simply put, this laptop can help the user multitask. That’s basically it.

Lastly, the HP Elite Dragonfly. Basically, this is a 5g modernized version of the previous dragonfly released only months before this one was unveiled.


Computer Towers

Starting off on the towers line, we have the Intel Ghost Canyon NUC. Basically, this is a saving grace for those who don’t want a loud RGB encrusted tower.

Next up, we have the Razor Tomahawk. This computer is another NUC PC that is as modular as the Ghost Canyon. Basically, you’d only have to worry about the GPU.

Finally, we have the Origin Big O. This is actually two separate PCs since one has an Xbox One X Digital (Can’t use Xbox disc’s since Microsoft was still using optical drives [something used in old VHS/DVD/CD players] in the other Xbox Models) and the other has a PS4 pro. Yes, this line of computers puts PCs and Consoles into one.