Apple to unveil the MacBook Pro(2019) laptops this year and there’s no doubt that they’re quite impressive, with some great specs and the very cool features.
However, most people feel that the price will be too high for what it offers, especially with the controversy surrounding the new MacBooks regarding the lack of ports.
People are worried about having to live the dongle life, because you will have to purchase additional adapters to use your existing devices or purchase accessories based on USB type C, to go with the MacBook Pro.
This could cost hundreds of dollars on top of your MacBook Pro’s sky-high price.
Thankfully, there are plenty of Windows alternatives that offer much more than what the new MacBook Pro laptops are capable of, without removing all the ports.
All this, at a much lesser price.
So, if you’re in the market looking to buy a great laptop, but don’t want to go for the MacBook Pro, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Well, here are the best alternatives to the MacBook Pro 2019 that you can buy:

 

Dell XPS 15 9570

 

XPS 15 9570 from Dell, are considered as the direct competitors to the MacBook Pro 15″. Rightfully so, because they pack some serious power in a thin form factor.

The XPS15 models feature Infinity Edge displays, which is basically Dell’s fancy way of saying that they have an almost thin bezel screen, similar to the MacBook Pro.

It also feature the latest and the greatest 8th Generation Intel Core i9-8950HK Processor.

The 15-inch variant starts at $999 and goes upto $1579 with plenty of configurations to choose from, and everything is neatly presented on Dell’s website.

Buy Dell XPS series from here.

HP Spectre X360 2019

HP Spectre x360 is a convertible laptop, which is also available in 13 and 15 inch variants, just like the Dell XPS and MacBook Pro.

It packs some serious power in a thin and light form factor, despite the fact that it has an impressive battery life.

Exceptionally crafted at 10.4mm,2 this masterfully sculpted chassis with a hidden hinge and full size keyboard is finished in two stunning color options.

HP Spectre x360 is packed with ports you need, as it includes the traditional USB 3.0 ports, USC-C ports, SD Card Reader and a thunderbolt 3 port for transfer rates up to 40 Gbps.

Pricing starts at $1199 for the 13-inch variant featuring a Full HD display, along with the i7 quad core processor, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 2TB PCLe SSD and goes up to $1499 for the highest end variant featuring an Ultra HD 4K display panel along with 8TH GENERATION i7 quad core processor, 16GB DDR4 RAM and a NVIDIA GEFORCE MX150 OR NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1050Ti WITH MAX-Q DESIGN, with hard drive upto 2TB PCIe SSD

Buy HP Spectre series from here.

 

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