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Most Expensive Laptop in 2024

Knowing the requirements of computer-intensive tasks, we have examined and shortlisted some laptops that are one of the most powerful and expensive ones. The result which comes is that these most expensive laptop in the market come at the highest price. We thoroughly tested the specifications, design, internal components, and battery life to know these laptops’ strength and weakness. After the complete analysis, it can indeed be said that these fastest and largest laptops have god-like power in performing highly intensive tasks without the sweat.

New Impressive Area 51m R2:

If you are looking for a sleek, powerful and pleasant machine to use, then the New Impressive Area 51m R2 comes to mind. With its seriously undeniable power, performance and beast-like-beauty, this high price laptop is a hell of a beast. Although it retains the famously premium price tag, this expensive laptop is one of the best gaming laptops. This expensive gaming laptop is worth the price tag it comes with. With a gorgeous design, incredibly capable hardware and enough ports, this luxury laptop satisfies even the most enthusiast gamers. Due to its price tag, not all can shell out the money for this most expensive Alienware, but those who will do it can chew through the most demanding games on the market with fast frame rates and high resolution.

• Design:

When it comes to design, this super expensive laptop is purely lovely to glance at. Having an architectural feel to its aesthetic and a stylish design, this Alienware most expensive laptop is a pendulum between being a gaming laptop and a cool and well-designed model. Going further from the lightest and thinnest gaming laptops, this best expensive laptop has its character in design, the exhaust shape and the fatback. Within the aesthetic, this largest laptop is weighty, substantial and premium. The display is an example. The 17.3-inch screen with a 1080p and 300Hz display helps give a roomy desktop and amount of screen real-estate. Excepting being a gaming godsend, this really expensive laptop is better than anything connecting externally. In addition to this, other nice touches include the behemoth, rim to the oval exhaust and the RGB alien head.

• Keyboard:

The keyboard also gives a pleasant typing experience. The keyboard of this most expensive personal computer is good with its excellent feel and key travel. Except that, it lacks the frustration of being a US English layout. The keyboard’s RGB lighting is pleasant and soft, and the whole touchpad that is illuminating lovely to use. Another thing that adds the cooling factors of this powerful laptop is the screen recognizing when you look at it.

• Ports:

This powerful laptop also features a sufficient number of ports. Three USB-A ports, an Ethernet port, a Thunderbolt port, an SD card reader, an HDMI port, an Alienware graphics amp port (in case one wants to hook the machine into a desktop setup), 3.5 mm ports for audio and mic, a mini-Display port, a microSD card reader and a lock slot: such is the port selection of this limited edition laptop. Users without getting irritated can perform their computing tasks.

• Performance:

Since this most expensive desktop is armed with Windows 10 Pro, i9 Core 5.3GHz w/Thermal velocity, 8TB SSD, and 64GB RAM, this fastest laptop dominates and performs with grace everything thrown at it. With its super performance, the expensive pc we are reviewing gives world-beating performance and numbers. For the gamer’s comfort, these numbers translate into very excellent experience in games. Running either Metro Exodus in full ray tracing mode or Red Dead Redemption 2 on its highest setting, gaming is a smooth and genuine joy. However, the nuance with the power and performance of this heaviest laptop is in the power supplies. Such a setup is not required by the other top gaming laptops like Razer laptops. But with this power-packed laptop, this minor compromise can be made. However, with all this, this giant Alienware laptop’s power and performance are difficult to meet.

ASUS Rog Zephyrus S17:

Notebooks from Asus is synonym to innovation. With the particularly small 14-inch Zephyrus G14, gamers can play on the roads too, and with the ROG Zephyrus Duo, content can be pushed to an integrated second display. In contrast, the Asus Zephyrus S17 is a classy notebook except the unusual position of the keyboard. In addition to the exterior, this 17-inch top rate laptop is packed with a lot to offer. Being armed with the Intel Core i7-10875H and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q, this one of the most expensive computer cases in the world gives an outstanding performance. Asus combines the traits of gaming hardware and compact to make it the best gaming laptop. In addition, the lovely laptop at a glance offers 32 GB RAM in dual-channel mode and a 1 TB SSD. Since a power-packed laptop, various tricks have been sued to ensure sufficient cooling.

• Design:

This Asus powerful laptop looks very sturdy upon closing. The entirely made metal case that comes with this fastest laptop gives a very high-quality impression. While this larger computer is opened, a significant gap begins at the bottom, which is supposed to optimize the air circulation. That means it becomes difficult to carry this best laptop that money can buy when the lid is opened. This powerful laptop’s big size is comparable to the Lenovo legion Y740, which is more in-depth than the former. This popular laptop’s prominent display gives a resolution of 1920*1080 pixels and a refresh rate of 300 Hz. Although brightness is average, yet it does not fall further during battery operation. The display and brightness that if offers are sufficient to perform computing tasks with ease.

• Keyboard:

However, the keyboard of this top-rated laptop offers a very shallow stroke with a clear pressure point. The rubberized keys prevent fingertips from slipping, making typing for more extended periods easy and comfortable. The arrow keys are now a little smaller. Making it usable in bad light conditions, the three-step keyboard illumination can be activated that is individually adjustable with RGB colours. The overall experience of this keyboard is impressive. For the replacement of the mouse, a touchpad with separate mouse keys is offered by this notebook. Since it is positioned to the keyboard’s right, it is a little disadvantage for the left-handed people. A number block can be displayed on the touchpad. But using it as the number pad will not let you use the mouse functions of the touchpad.

Asus forgoes a storage card reader and a Gigabit LAN connection in this strongest laptop. On the other hand, the Thunderbolt 3 connector and several USB 3.2 Gen2 ports can be used for any purpose via adapters. Due to the large fan vents in the back area on the right and left sides, the port connection has moved far forward the users. That means some obstruction from plugs can be experienced. However, the overall port connection makes usage comfortable without irritating.

• Performance:

With this model, Asus targets ambitious gamers. The Intel Core i7 with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 represents the maximum configuration. Users can also choose the RTX 2070 Super, an Intel Core i7 and RTX 2060 cards. There are also different storage configuration and working memory options. But the performance this most expensive gaming pc in the world showed makes this gaming laptop very impressive, especially for the games. For example, the Intel Core i7 is above the results of other laptops with this CPU. This power-packed laptop provides fast speed with a large capacity. It has god-like powers for games where you can enjoy the latest heavy games with ease, and this gaming laptop is at par with your expectations.

Moreover, in Cinebench R15, the performance of this most expensive custom pc is equal to the Core i9-9980HK. On the other hand, the 240W performance is second only to the Ryzen 7 4800H. As for this laptop’s performance, one usually expects a little more, but differences can be met by using the 65W power adapter.

Lenovo ThinkPad P53:

With the ThinkPad P53, Lenovo offers a traditional 15.6-inch workstation. This very expensive laptop, unlike the ThinkPad P1 2019, is not either lightweight or very slim. In return, what customers get from this top-rate laptop are faster hardware, excellent expandability, and more ports than predecessors. This expensive PC comes with a big price tag starting from 1800 Euros depending upon the configuration with no upper limit. The highest-end design costs almost 8 thousand Euros. This high-end laptop though very expensive, but this powerful laptop’s performance is enough to retake the category crown.

Lenovo equips this powerful laptop with Windows 10 Pro, Intel Octa-Core i9, 128GB RAM, 2TB NVME, 1TB HDD, NVIDIA RTX 4000, an OLED display. Any set of changes or more powerful configurations will increase the price of this already costly laptop. The latter section will comprehensively throw light on this super expensive and powerful laptop; its chassis, keyboard, display, performance, etc.

• Design:

Coming to its design of this model at a glance, this top computer in the market is heavy and thick, but that is the cost of power. It is thick more than an inch, and the weight is more than five pounds. But it is interesting to note that this is just a starting weight. Moreover, some heavy internals demands a ton of ventilation. Let’s now have a detailed look at the design of this heavy laptop.

The chassis of this coolest laptop is made of a magnesium-aluminum alloy. The palm rest and lid are glass-fiber reinforced plastic. However, the usual and typical black ThinkPad soft-touch finish is still there. This fancy laptop is a full fingerprint and smudge magnet; if you are irritated by this sort of thing, keep a cleaning cloth. But fingerprints are still evident even after cleaning the lid with a cloth. Except for its fancy look, what this expensive computer offer is the durability of the chassis. It is heavy and rigid and capable of sustaining use and abuse and whatever it falls on this is more vulnerable to get damaged, so you don’t need to be scared to take this machine into the field.

• Keyboard:

The keyboard that comes with a decorated laptop is a full keyboard with a number pad and a three-stage backlight (off, bright, brighter). In addition to this, a TrackPoint system with redpointing nub is also present in the middle. Where travel distance is concerned, it has been slightly cut down compared to the previous model, P52. But still typing is comfortable and gives a comfortable feel while ordering for a long time. But a slight problem with the keyboard of this most expensive Lenovo laptop is that keys feel too resistant. Typing hurts a little bit. But even with this, keys are precise and accurate. There is also a number pad to the right side of the standard keys since the chassis is big enough for this.

The trackpad is also a precision. Lying off-centered to the left makes it follow the common trait for big laptops like ours. Physical buttons are both above and below the trackpad since the trackpad is not clickable in itself. Generally, the button above is for use with the TrackPoint, but the lower one is for use with the trackpad. With these physical buttons, the drag-and-drop option becomes easy and comfortable. However, except keyboard and trackpad, a fingerprint reader is lying below the keyboard that adds security.

• Ports:

Port is an area that has been updated comparing the previous models of this family. This world’s fastest laptop is armed with excellent port connectivity. These ports have been moved around a bit too. On the left side, there lie two USB-A ports, an HDMI, space for an optional Smart Card reader and an SD card reader. While on the right side, you will find a USB-C port, a 3.5mm audio jack, and space for a SIM slot if you check out with an LTE modem inside. More interestingly, the most usable port slots are reserved in the back edge to keep them out of the way while using the laptop. Furthermore, the charging port is joined by two Thunderbolt 3, ideal for connecting RJ45 Ethernet and a powerful docking station. Such is an attractive set of ports that this most high-tech laptop offers.

As already said, this large laptop has a 15.6-inch 1080p display with 500-nit brightness. That is pretty bright, which makes outdoor usage tremendous and comfortable. The screen also supports Dobly Vision HDR400 and 72% colour gamut. As far as display is concerned, few changes have been made. Quality is now better than the previous model. The base configuration still includes the same full-HD panel. The matte 4K display is brighter with new OLED panel options. Despite matte overlay, the bright display content is not grainy. Even the good one has some flaws. There are two negative aspects in this new laptop in the market: one, brightness levels are not linearly distanced and second, noticeable backlight bleeding can be observed when viewing dark pictures at maximum brightness.

Moreover, the screen is surrounded by pretty large bezels. Above the screen, you will find an IR camera for Windows Hello and a webcam. To cover the camera, Lenovo has placed a ThinkShutter privacy guard, a physical switch, so there is no need to cover the camera with a piece of tape.

• Performance:

After discussing the specs and design, let’s now have a glimpse of this high-end laptop’s performance. Since Lenovo offers a variety of components and configuration, performance does vary depending on the selected design. Lenovo gives users the option between different 45-watt processors, including different i7 models (with 6 or 8 cores), a Core i5-9400H with four cores and a mobile Xeon processor (6 cores) that runs and supports ECC-RAM. Using a Core i7-9850H with a powerful 6-core CPU with a base clock of 2.6 GHz and a 4.6 GHz Turbo Boost frequency as a standard, the performance gap is very small overall as compared to a mobile processor from the previous generation.

Thick workstations such as our top branded laptop at review tend to benefit over the slimmer competitors, especially in the time of prolonged stress and intensive computing task. In Cinebench loop, this most customizable laptop performed better than the slim ThinkPad P1 equipped with the same processor. Although this test puts this heavy laptop ahead of the ThinkPad P52, yet former could not match the Precision 7530. To put it simply, performance is good, but battery life is not. These both things are expected from a laptop with these kinds of specs and configuration. Battery life is a compromise you have to bear while buying this fastest laptop for the money. Either you can have battery life or power, but not the both. But some adjustments can be made.

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NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3:

If you have seen the original 13-inch 2015 Surface Book or its followup 2018, then the NEW Microsoft Surface Book 3 will look familiar. The reason for your being underwhelmed is the design; not being nasty but being the same. This world’s best laptop has continued to be in the same design since 2015. That jumped out because this is an ambitious device that combines the detachable portability of a tablet with the full power of a laptop.

Moreover, it is one of the few 2-in-1 Windows systems that make more sense as a laptop. Although the laptop we are reviewing is luxurious, this top Microsoft laptop’s design is not impressive, which is evident from the moment you touch it. Buyers with a sexy laptop will not come to this model which is laden with brute power only. The configuration is changeable with the price. However, 10th Gen Intel chip and 8th Gen CPU comes with no matter what configuration you buy.

• Keyboard:

Still, this most powerful laptop has a premium price with a stunning display and one of the best keyboards you have ever used. This Surface expensive laptop has its selling points, including its portability and the best keyboard that quickly puts even Apple’s new Magic Keyboard to shame. It is a device to recommend. This fancy laptop can come up with the creators who want more power and the folks that want to consume media. This most powerful laptop in the market is beautiful to look at, from then chrome Microsoft logo on the back of the device and the rigid feel of the keyboard half of the laptop.

• Design:

However, the best part of the design on this top rate laptop is the ports’ availability. It comes with a USB-C port, two USB-A ports, a Surface Connect port that is used for charging and connecting an expensive dock. On the other side of the keyboard deck, you will get another Surface Connect port along with a 3.5mm jack. However, what is good to see s the full-sized SDXC card reader. On the top of the screen, tow buttons are found. The long button is a volume rocker, and the smaller one is a power/lock button. Such is an appealing port availability of this model at a glance. As already said, the keyboard is one of the best keyboards ever used. The spacing of the keys and the comfort they give make typing extremely comfortable.

However, one would have liked to see a number pad. There is not much space, mostly because Microsoft did not use this space with better speakers. Now comes the tiny touchpad that makes nostalgic about a laptop from 2009. This fast laptop goes against the MacBook Pros and Razer Blades. But Microsoft should have been better in this.

Perhaps the best part of this lovely laptop is the PixelSense display. This most powerful monitor in the world comes with the 15-inch display that gives a 3240*2160 pixels of resolution. The display looks fantastic, but you have to live with some pesky black bars. Everything you view on this screen looks impressive with an average screen brightness of 402 nits and covering 100% of the s RGB colour gamut.

• Performance:

Coming to the performance of this high-end laptop, the lack of H-series processors holds it back. Instead, it is armed with an Intel Core i7-1065G7 that one typically finds in the Dell XPS 13. In the Cinebench R20, our model is almost equal to the Dell XPS 13, but the former is much more expensive than the latter. Why this most expensive desktop is with high price is because it comes with the discrete GPU. This best laptop ever made features an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti. However, this is a gaming-capable GPU, yet not something to be recommendable for gaming at the native resolution. Microsoft’s claim that it is a gaming-ready device; it is not wrong as it gives a good gaming experience.

Moreover, the 32GB of RAM makes everyday usage of the laptop very easy. However, photo and video editing will consume that memory. Unfortunately, this diamond laptop is stuck with a U-series processor. Overall performance is very impressive for gamers.

ASUS ProArt StudioBook Pro 17:

The Asus has risen to meet content creators’ insatiable appetite for a more powerful laptops with the ASUS ProArt StudioBook Pro 17. This most powerful laptop is a mobile workstation that is an absolute behemoth of a laptop, having some truly powerful specifications with a relatively svelte aluminium body. This isn’t a laptop for the faint-hearted persons. Having 64GB of RAM, a Quadro RTX 3000 GPU, an Intel Xeon processor, and up to 2TB of storage, the model at a glance can chew through any design challenge. Whether it’s scrubbing through 4k video, batch-editing large Photoshop files, or meticulously examining the structural integrity of a cathedral using AutoCAD, this super powerful laptop will check your muscles.

That’s genuinely a good thing, as fast computing and a powerful GPU are what make this model very attractive in scenarios where complicated calculations are required for almost every task. This most powerful laptop will perform every task without sweat from organic benchmarks to real-world usage scenarios. Except for performance, the design joins the party. The genuinely awkward port position in the middle left side is still there. Nor the decision to include a singular Thunderbolt 3 port when designers want to drive more than one display or attach other devices. Except for these oddities, this fancy laptop is a sleek yet powerful beast to behold.

• Design:

Despite its beefy internals, this expensive pc we are reviewing comes with a beautiful design. It comes with two colours; Turquoise grey or Star grey-the magnesium-alloy chassis looks sturdy and little flex. Asus gives priority to cool things in this model. Coming to connectivity, few ups and downs are found. On the left side, you will find 3.5mm audio jack, an SD card reader, the power port, USB 3.1, Thunderbolt 3 and a full-sized HDMI 2.Ob port. On the opposite side, two more USB 3.1 ports will be found for plugging in additional things such as an external mouse. The placement of the power port is something that someone does not like. But the overall port connection is sufficient enough to make it useable.

This fancy laptop comes with a 15-inch display in a 17-inch chassis. The resolution it gives is only 1920*1200, but the overall viewing experience is good overall. Moreover, the refresh rate of 60 Hz is more than enough for casual gaming sessions and design applications. The display has several key features that make it ideal for professional video and image work, namely being 97% DCI-P3 colour gamut with Delta-E < 1.5 colour accuracy and Pantone validated. The colour accuracy will be praised by the designers making this laptop a designer-friendly.

• Keyboard:

As far as the keyboard is concerned, it is relatively decent, except for the slightly shallow key travel. The dedicated options to mute microphone or camera are a nice touch, and the larger arrow keys make it easier to navigate around. This keyboard is backlit, but there is enough amount of light spillage across some of the keys. That means typing in low light conditions is not easy. But overall typing experience is pleasant, excellent and comfortable. The trackpad is also very responsive and user-friendly, though we wish it is a fraction larger. Most users will be using an external mouse for longer design work, but you will be fine with the trackpad for primary navigation around Windows.

Of course, what matters the most is that how will this luxury laptop with a stunning display perform under pressure? Answer to this question is that this most powerful Asus laptop performs exceptionally well in standard benchmark tests, thanks to its being armed with Intel Xeon E-2276M 6-Core, 64GB RAM, 4TB PCIe SSD, NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000 Max-Q and Windows 10 Pro. For example, its performance is difficult to match, be it the real-world test, or gaming on this powerful laptop. Storage comes in NVMe M.2 SSDs with this model having two drives in a RAID 0 array. Transfer speed is also awe-inspiring with 5GB of files being copied in mere seconds.

New Precision 7550 Dell:

If someone is looking for a king of workstations, the Dell Precision 7550 is the answer. This most powerful laptop features Intel Xeon W-10885M CPU and NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 GPU. Along with this, there comes a 15.6-inch display, long battery life, 4K display, a comfortable keyboard, and even a pair of high-quality speakers. However, all this comes in a high price tag. To top it off, the screen is not as colorful as the price would suggest. In all the pros and cons of this most powerful laptop, it is undoubtedly one of the best workstations money can even buy, if one can afford it.

Coming to its model, this high-end laptop is similar to other Dell laptops like the Precision 5540. Its design is flaunting a sleek yet impressive aluminum design. The hood comes in a shiny light-silver color that shimmers nicely against the glossy Dell logo lying in the center. The inside of the laptop does have a dark-grey smooth deck with a moderately sized number pad keyboard. Three sides of the bezels are small, but the chin on the bottom, which features a glossy Dell logo, is very thick and prevents this laptop’s overall footprint from being any smaller.

• Ports:

The port selection is the same as that of the Precision 7540 but located in a different area. You will find two Thunderbolt 3 ports and the Dell Smart Card Slot that can be used for two-factor authentication on the left side. While on the right side, you will find a Noble lock slot, two USB 3.2 ports, the headphone jack, and an SD card slot. Meanwhile, the back has a Mini DisplayPort, an HDMI 2.0 port, an RJ45 Ethernet port, and a power jack. Such is an appealing port selection of this powerful laptop.

As far as the display is concerned, the 15.6-inch 4K display of this best expensive laptop is beautiful to look at. You know when you put on glasses for the first time, and you’re like “whoa, so this is what it’s like to see.” Well, the same could be said with the Precision 7550. The anti-glare screen provided the best visuals for watching shows on Netflix and music videos on YouTube.

• Keyboard:

This most expensive laptop is equipped with a decent size keyboard, and the keys are very comfortable to type on due to the soft-touch finish. The keys are even quiet, which is perfect for the work environment. The keys were effortless typing, as the gentlest touch registered correctly on the laptop. Thanks to the rubbery texture of this top laptop in the market, the palm rest provided a secure palm station. Moreover, the keyboard offers three different backlight settings, allowing the user to choose from no light, dim and bright. The 4.1 x 2.6-inch touchpad is very responsive and smooth, but it seems to struggle to keep up with movement. Below the touchpad are buttons to signify the left-, right-, and centre-click buttons. Overall, this most powerful Dell notebook’s keyboard is very gentle, responsive and easy to type.

• Performance:

This top branded laptop comes with an Intel Xeon W-10885MvPro processor with 32GB RAM that can run five 1080p YouTube tabs with well over 50 Google Chrome tabs before showing signs of slowing down. This expensive laptop’s performance is better than the MSI WS65, the StudioBook Pro, and the Precision 7540 on the Geekbench 4.3. Even in transcoding a 4K video, our laptop is better than the precision 7540, the MSI WS65, and the StudioBook Pro. Moreover, in the file transfer rate, this top-rated notebook does beat the MSI WS65, but cannot match the StudioBook Pro and the Precision 7540. To sum up, the performance this international laptop shows makes this very powerful laptop very difficult to reach, thanks to the configuration it comes with.


Having reviewed and analyzed the devices mentioned above, the thing is evident that these are the most powerful and most expensive laptop and notebooks. Built-in quality, battery life, configuration, stunning display, a comfortable keyboard, and the power of these best laptops ever made make them the fastest laptops money can buy.

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