7 most expensive laptops in the world

*Editor’s Choice Pickings. About the selection criteria. This material is subjective, it is not an advertisement and does not serve as a guide to purchase. Before you buy this product you should consult with an expert.

For the vast majority of people, the laptop itself isn’t cheap either. Especially gaming models and Ultrabooks. But some mobile computers are too expensive.

We made a rating that includes 7 most expensive laptops in the world. Of course, each is very productive.

Rating of the most expensive notebooks in the world

Nominationplaceproduct namePrice
The top most expensive notebooks in the world1Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
202 000€
2HP Omen-X (17-AP010NR)170 000€
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  • 434 000€
    4MSI GT83 Titan 8RG341 900€
    5Lenovo Notebook 20HK001CUS ThinkPad P71458 000€
    6Panasonic Toughbook CF-20299 860€
    7HP ZBook x2 G4 (2ZB86EA)179 900€

    Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon

    Rating: 4.9

    Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon<ul></div><p>trabook” src=”/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/50716666195451-37-.jpg” height=”500″ title=”Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon</p><ul>trabook”><p>Why first place: One of the most expensive ultrabooks on the market.</p><p>For whom: For businessmen who need ultimatum performance.</p><p>Description: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is the top ultrabook from the branded professional line. In this case it is focused primarily on mobility, that is, it will not become a full-fledged working station for engineers, 3D-developers and similar professionals who need a heavy-duty components.</p><p>In the maximum configuration, it has a current-generation i7 processor (the device is updated annually), 16GB of “RAM,” connected by m.2 PCIe SSD drive and 14 inch high resolution touch screen.</p><p>The device retains all the attractive features of the ThinkPad line – the signature AccuType keyboard with slightly curved keycaps; a touchpad with buttons on both sides; a trackpoint. It also comes in a carbon fiber body, which is lighter than metal and just as sturdy. Fingerprint scanner and 10 hours of battery life also available.</p><h4>Advantages</h4><ul><li>Comfortable and pleasant to use;</li><li>Works fast;</li><li>Lightweight and compact;</li></ul><h4>Disadvantages</h4><ul><li>Notable Overprice;</li><li>Intel’s Bluetooth module occasionally “drops out” but quickly reconnects;</li><li>Carbon is quite a marking material;</li></ul><h3>HP Omen-X (17-AP010NR)</h3><p>Rating: 4.8</p><div style=HP Omen-X (17-AP010NR)

    Why second place: Top gamer laptop, price from 10 thousand dollars.

    For whom: For gamers who need a performance notebook comparable to a desktop configuration.

    Description: HP Omen-X is the most “stuffed” gaming laptop. In its current configuration, it features an i7 family processor and a desktop HQ version, which is complemented by up to 32GB of RAM. In addition, it has a m.2 PCIe SSD storage and a SATA hard drive with impressive capacity (up to 1TB).

    But the main advantage of this laptop is the desktop graphics card. In particular, it is equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics gas pedal with 8 GB of GDDR5 memory. This configuration is enough to run any modern game on your notebook at max or even ultra-high graphics settings.

    The drawback of the laptop is the screen. Of course, the quality of display was sacrificed for the sake of refresh rate (which is 120 Hz), but it is still an IPS matrix with a resolution of F

      l HD at a diagonal of 17.3 inches.


      • High gaming performance thanks to “desktop” components;
      • The possibility of an upgrade;
      • Attractive design with LED backlighting of everything;


      • The screen resolution could have been higher; Me
      • Mbranch keyboard (for that kind of money they could have put a mechanical one);
      • Bulky and heavy;

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      A<li></div><p>enware ALW17-5312sLV “src=”/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/15216666195451-537-.jpg” height=”512″ title=”A</p><li>enware ALW17-5312sLV”><p>Why third place: Unexpectedly expensive, starting at $13k. The only laptop in the rankings whose price isn’t justified at all.</p><p>Who: For the gamers who have no other place to spend their money.</p><p>Description: Let’s face it, this is an overpriced laptop for 2018. Sure, you can find it on sale for $700-$1500, but it made the list thanks to one interesting configuration with a price tag of 13200 units of American currency.</p><p>You would think that for such a price it should offer the best possible performance… But no. For 2018, it offers too strange configuration with a fourth-generation Core i7 processor (Haswell), 8 GB of “RAM”, a 1 TB SSD drive and a previous generation graphics card – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory.</p><p>Finally, the device is equipped with a 17.3-inch screen with F</p><ul>l HD. No cool features like 144Hz or N-Sync on the display. But the design of the laptop is both more aggressive and less garish than today’s models. It looks really nice, but it’s a bit extravagant to pay 13 thousand dollars for it.<h4>Advantages</h4><ul><li>Beautiful;</li><li>There are budget configurations;</li><li>A 1TB SSD drive;</li></ul><h4>Disadvantages</h4><ul><li>Overpriced, too noticeable;</li><li>TN Matrix;</li><li>Technical specifications are not up to date;</li></ul><h3>MSI GT83 Titan 8RG</h3><p>Rating: 4.7</p><div style=MSI GT83 Titan 8RG

      Why Fourth Place: Only $6,000 – somehow even inexpensive compared to the other models in the ranking.

      Who: For gamers who need maximum performance.

      Description: In the middle of the list is a laptop that justifies its price. Its main feature is two desktop-level NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards with 8 GB of GDDR5 video memory at once, working in S

    • -mode. Also responsible for performance is the eighth-generation Core i7 processor, which Coffee Lake. And it’s all complemented by proprietary cooling technology that keeps desktops from overheating. And then there’s up to 64GB of DDR4 “RAM” and up to 1TB of m.2 PCIe Gen3 SSD drive. However, there is a place for a classic hard drive, too.

      One of the notebook’s nicest features is a mechanical keyboard based on Cherry MX switches. It also has individual backlighting for each key. It also comes with professionally tuned speakers from Dynaudio.

      The screen is just a bit disappointing. With a diagonal of 18.3 inches it has a resolution of F

        l HD. But the matrix is IPS level.


        • The freshest and most powerful components;
        • Sophisticated cooling;
        • Two graphics cards in S
        • ;


        • Relatively small screen resolution;
        • The cooling system is noisy under heavy load;
        • Bulky and heavy (5.5kg);

        Lenovo Notebook 20HK001CUS ThinkPad P71

        Rating: 4.6

        Lenovo Notebook 20HK001CUS ThinkPad P71

        Why the fifth place: Unexpectedly justifiable price.

        Who: Engineers, 3D developers, IT specialists and others who need a complete mobile workstation.

        Description: Lenovo ThinkPad P71 in this configuration is not just a laptop. This is the first full-fledged mobile workstation in the rating. Server-level Intel Xeon processor, professional NVIDIA Quadro graphics card, 16 GB of “RAM” (however, expandable, you can add a couple of cards yourself) and SSD m.2 PCIe drive for 512 GB. All in all, everything you need for deploying servers on the go. Or 3D modeling. Or other purposes that require high performance hardware.

        Like the other models in the list, this laptop is a bit “suffering” from the disproportionately small screen resolution. With a diagonal of 17.3-inch matrix – performed, by the way, by IPS technology, but with a matte finish – has a resolution of F

          l HD.

          But it’s lightweight – with such professional stuffing it weighs only about 3.5 kg with battery, but no charger.


          • Server processor and professional graphics card;
          • Support and upgradability;
          • Relatively lightweight;


          • Relatively short battery life;
          • Low-key “industrial” design;
          • Relatively small screen resolution;

          Panasonic Toughbook CF-20

          Rating: 4.5

          Panasonic Toughbook CF-20

          Why sixth place: Unimpressive specs, but it’s the only rugged hybrid on the market.

          For whom: Builders, engineers, surveyors, geologists and similar specialists.

          Description: Panasonic Toughbook CF-30 attracts not the technical characteristics. Moreover, at a price of 5-6 thousand dollars they seem too unimpressive: Core m5 processor with mobile clock speed, “operative memory” 8 GB, SSD-drive 256 GB. The screen is 10 inches FHD IPS, touch screen. In general, the market is full of “hybrids” that can offer the same features, but 10 times cheaper.

          But none of them will be protected by military standards. Rubberized, shock-resistant metal body can withstand a fall from up to 2 meters. The hybrid can even be used in the rain – it’s IP65 waterproof. The design includes a serial port, smart card reader and barcode scanner. With the optional battery pack, the hybrid will last up to 25 hours.

          In general, this is a device for serious business, made in the format of a laptop that turns into a tablet.


          • Dust and water-resistant, waterproof enclosure;
          • Up to 25 hours of battery life;
          • Comfortable Design;


          • Not the greatest performance;
          • Many accessories are only available as options;
          • Relatively old for 2018 processor (sixth generation);

          HP ZBook x2 G4 (2ZB86EA)

          Rating: 4.5

          HP ZBook x2 G4 (2ZB86EA)

          Why seventh place: The mobile workstation that’s worth its $5,000.

          For whom: IT Professionals who need a high-performance device that also looks good.

          Description: With the release of the ZBook x2 G4 (2ZB86EA), HP has shattered the stereotype that mobile workstations look like a hunk of brick with buttons. This computer is unexpectedly thin, beautiful and stylish. And at the same time is quite good technical characteristics.

          Specifically, it got a seventh-generation Core i7 ultrabook processor, 16GB of RAM (non-expandable), SSD m.2 PCIe drive for 512 GB, and a professional graphics card NVIDIA Quadro with 2 GB of video memory. But the main advantage of the device – the screen. The touch display is made with IPS technology, has a diagonal of 14 inches and a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. It makes the laptop suitable for digital artists, graphic designers and other creative professionals.

          And the built-in battery lasts about 10 hours of use. And this laptop weighs only 2 kg, which is also surprising for mobile workstations.


          • A professional-grade graphics card;
          • High-quality display;
          • Attractive design;


          • Ultrabook processor;
          • Does not support upgrading.
          • Only 2 GB of video memory;
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