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Notebookcheck's Top 10 Multimedia Laptops

May 2017 update. Here you will find the best current multimedia notebooks reviewed by Notebookcheck in the last few months. Our list of top models is regularly updated, maintained and commented on and should assist in purchasing decisions.

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Every month Notebookcheck reviews numerous notebooks of all kinds. Some of these are multimedia laptops. We have classed 14-inch or larger notebooks that have been designed and configured as all-round laptops by the manufacturers with graphics cards up to the GTX 960M / GTX 1050.

The following table shows an overview of the Top 10 multimedia laptops as reviewed by Notebookcheck in the past 12 months. If ratings are equal, the latest review is listed first. The table can be sorted by clicking its headers and filtered by entering text in the text field above it (e.g. "matte").

Top 10 Multimedia Notebooks as of May 2017

Pos.RatingDateImageModelWeightHeightSizeResolutionScreenBest Price
189%04/2017
New!
Razer Blade (2017)Razer Blade (2017)
Intel Core i7-7700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Laptop)
15.9 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
1.8 kg18 mm14"1920x1080matte
289%03/2017Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
Intel Core i7-7700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Notebook)
16 GB Memory, 512 GB SSD
2.1 kg17 mm15.6"3840x2160glossy
389%02/2017Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
Intel Core i7-6920HQ
AMD Radeon Pro 460
16 GB Memory, 1024 GB SSD
1.8 kg16 mm15.4"2880x1800glossy
487%05/2017
New!
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
Intel Core i5-7300HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Notebook)
8 GB Memory, 1024 GB HDD
3.1 kg27.62 mm17.3"1920x1080matte
586%03/2017Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BEAcer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
Intel Core i7-7700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Laptop)
8 GB Memory, 1024 GB HDD
2.5 kg22.5 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
686%02/2017HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xxHP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
Intel Core i7-7500U
NVIDIA GeForce 940MX
16 GB Memory, 512 GB SSD
2 kg17.8 mm15.6"3840×2160 glossy
785%04/2017
New!
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
Intel Core i7-7700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Notebook)
8 GB Memory, 1000 GB HDD
2.5 kg29 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
884%02/2017Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
Intel Core i5-7200U
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
2.3 kg25.4 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
984%05/2016MSI PE60 6QE-056XUSMSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
Intel Core i7-6700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M
16 GB Memory, 120 GB SSD
2.4 kg27 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
1083%04/2017
New!
Asus FX553VD-DM249TAsus FX553VD-DM249T
Intel Core i7-7700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Notebook)
8 GB Memory, 128 GB SSD
2.4 kg31 mm15.6"1920x1080matte

Top 10 of the previous 12 months at the time of writing - current articles are listed first

Editors' Comments

The Gigabyte Aero 15 (see review) indeed is a contender for the Top 10 with 87%. However, it is not available in Germany at present. Hence, it is not (yet) listed in the following table. The slim high-performance laptop primarily convinces with balanced hardware (7700HQ, GTX 1060), a small display frame, a calibrated TFT, and a Thunderbolt 3 port.

1st

GeForce GTX 1060 in a 14-inch laptop
GeForce GTX 1060 in a 14-inch laptop

Razer is known as manufacturer of gaming equipment. However, Razer has been creating a sensation in the laptop range, too. The Razer Blade (2017) is a handy 14-inch laptop with a height of only just under 20 mm. However, hardware components which can usually be found in 15.6-inch and bigger devices work inside: a 45 Watt SoC and the powerful GeForce GTX 1060 (laptop) with GDDR5. In addition, there is a quite good, matte IPS display and certainly fast Wi-Fi and an SSD. This says everything about gaming performance: The Razer Blade (2017) can run all games from 2017 smoothly; even with ultra details.

There are faster gaming laptops as well as less expensive ones out there - but not one of them manages to look as sexy as the Razer Blade.

Important: No FPS throttling occurs in games and the CPU delivers constantly high performance. Hardly any wish remains unfulfilled, since Thunderbolt 3 and HDMI 2.0 are also available. Even the battery life is quite long. Nine hours is noteworthy for such a gaming-capable notebook.

Weaknesses are difficult to find: The Blade gets very loud under load, which is understandable in view of low space for the cooling system. A card reader is not available and the stable aluminum case is a fingerprint magnet. The latter can be considered a reference in the Windows world. We seldom hold such a high-end case in our hands.

Rest assured that the Blade is a decent gaming laptop as well, but all things considered, the notebook is better suited as a highly mobile companion for creative users with high performance needs.

The competitors can surrender, can't they? The Dell XPS 15 is on par in terms of look and feel, but the Texans deliver lower graphics power (GTX 1050), but a larger SSD (256 GB), and a higher resolution. The MacBook Pro 15 is much more expensive and easily outperformed by GTX 1060 solutions in gaming performance. Acer fills this gap with the 593G and 793G Nitros, i.e. 15-inch and 17-inch laptops. The simple HDD variant of the 15-inch V15 Nitro "only" costs 1,350 Euros (~$1512). Hence, it is 850 Euros (~$952) cheaper than the Blade with identical processing units. Thus, the Blade remains a laptop for all those who want to own a compact meteor. Creative people might find the optional QHD+ display attractive (see review), which not only features a finer resolution but also a larger color space. In addition, it is more precisely calibrated.

2nd

Faster graphics: Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
Faster graphics: Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
Editor's Choice Award in April 2017: Dell XPS 15 9560 (UHD)
Editor's Choice Award in April 2017: Dell XPS 15 9560 (UHD)

With exactly the same rating of 88.7%, Dell remains in a top spot of the Top 10 and follows the Razer Blade. Therewith, Apple's MacBook Pro 15 2016 is reached but not overtaken. Apart from a powerful Core i7-7700HQ and a UHD panel, the revised XPS 15 9560 (see review) also features a GeForce GTX 1050. Obviously, gaming is considered first priority.

One major curveball to consider is the GTX 1050 GPU in this latest iteration of the XPS 15. Graphics performance is a significant boost over the GTX 960M in the XPS 15 9550.

However, thanks to 16 GB of RAM and an SSD with 512 GB net capacity, the new XPS 15 is capable of more. Certainly this is also true for the "smaller" XPS 15 9560 variant with 7300HQ and Full HD (see review). The ergonomics of the optically unchanged 15-inch chassis remains adequate despite performance gain. However, this does not mean quiet. The fan is already audible under low and medium load. During gaming, the noise level increases to a loud 47 dB.

The XPS 15 is a very compact 15-inch laptop (Infinity Edge display), which performs well as a professional work device thanks to its excellent display with high color fidelity (almost 100% of AdobeRGB). Apart from the UHD display in our test model, an FHD display is optionally available.

Nonetheless, the 4K UHD SKU has a wider gamut than [...] essentially all other multimedia notebooks we've tested for that matter, including the latest MacBook Pro 15.

Neither in the Cinebench loop nor in the prolonged The Witcher test could we detect the throttling problem of the predecessor in the current entry-level configuration with 7300HQ.

The top list shows that there are currently similarly powerful alternatives in the multimedia segment with the Razer Blade, the MacBook Pro 15, and the Aspire VN7-593G V15 Nitro BE. Acer charges the lowest price. However, its build quality does not reach the Dell/Apple/Razer. Apart from the XPS 15, only the MacBook Pro 15 and the Razer Blade offer UHD resolution with 100% of AdobeRGB, when the TFT supporting these is on board. Those on a budget should consider the Aspire. Those who want extremely high quality and can do without UHD should consider the XPS 15 with 7300HQ, which is available from 1,500 Euros (~$1680).

Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7700HQ, UHD)

3rd

Maximum configuration: Apple MacBook Pro 15 (Late 2016 2.9 GHz, 460)
Maximum configuration: Apple MacBook Pro 15 (Late 2016 2.9 GHz, 460)

The MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460) (see review) is the first major redesign of the work comet from Apple in a number of years. Unavoidably, the chassis has become significantly slimmer and lighter. It is still one of the best and most high-end laptop cases. The display quality is premium and the huge Trackpad works very accurately. As in the MacBook Pro, the Touch Bar is considered important. This small display replaces the function keys, and which functions are assigned to it depends on software and use.

Our review showed that the functionality depends mainly on the software support, but it can actually make the handling rather more complicated in practice.

Our test covers the top model with a Core i7-6920HQ, AMD Radeon Pro 460, 16 GB of RAM, and 1024 GB SSD. It costs just over 4000 Euros (~$4481). As a result, high performance is to be expected and the cooling system can cope with it surprisingly well. The AMD Radeon Pro 460 graphics card increases the performance by a steep 40% compared to the Radeon Pro 450 GPU in the base configuration. In terms of CPU there are no disadvantages.

The Core i7-6920HQ is about 10 to 15% faster than the regular Core i7-6700HQ, but this is also the case for the new entry-level quad-core i7-7700HQ, so you basically pay $300 for an "old" upgrade.

The testers criticized this laptop because of the bugs they encountered. The base configuration is also affected: Problems with Wi-Fi connections to 2.4 GHz networks if USB-C devices are connected, problems with the speakers, if Windows is installed via BootCamp, and image errors of the graphics card in the same mode. However, upcoming and already shipped updates are supposed to fix these problems.

One of the biggest issues is probably the radical change of the port situation. Although 4x Thunderbolt 3 (USB Type-C) make the device quite future-proof, you will need adapters in the foreseeable future.

While the MacBook Pro 15 2016 is tied for 1st place in this top list, it does not meet the high claim of a 3000 to 4000-Euro (~$3360 to $4481) laptop. It is a kind of intermediate stage before the chassis will be populated with Kaby Lake processors in the coming year. In the meantime, there is enough time for problems to be solved and Kaby Lake will bring a performance gain. We also had the "smaller sibling" in review, the Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.6 GHz, 450; i7-6700HQ, Radeon Pro 450, 16 GB of RAM).

4th

Entry-level Nitro with GTX 1050 Ti
Entry-level Nitro with GTX 1050 Ti
Best Value Award in May 2017: Acer Aspire V17 Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
Best Value Award in May 2017: Acer Aspire V17 Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811

Acer's Nitro models are also available in 17-inch form factor. These are available in countless configurations, either with GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or GTX 1060. The prices differ considerably: the difference between the test model with HDD, 7300HQ and 8 GB of RAM and the Aspire V17 Nitro with 7700HQ, 512 GB SSD and 16 GB is 750 Euros (~$840).

The combination of a quad-core Core i5 processor and a GTX 1050 Ti GPU ensures a smooth gaming experience.

Pros are Thunderbolt 3, a free M.2 slot for an SSD and Full HD resolution. The chassis cannot hold a candle to the laptops in the first three places in terms of quality and stability.

The matte IPS panel offers great viewing angles and decent color accuracy.

Acer's Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811 is suitable for all who are looking for a laptop for work and gaming. Those on a budget should buy the entry-level model with HDD and GTX 1050 Ti. Those who want to play all gaming hits in maximum details and Full HD should select one of the more expensive GTX 1060 variants. Anyway, prospective buyers get a cheaper device in the Acer than in the Razer Blade or Dell XPS 15. It delivers the highest gaming performance for the money.

5th

More gaming performance: Acer Aspire V15 Nitro BE VN7-593G
More gaming performance: Acer Aspire V15 Nitro BE VN7-593G
Best Value Award in March 2017: Acer Aspire V15 Nitro BE VN7-593G
Best Value Award in March 2017: Acer Aspire V15 Nitro BE VN7-593G

Is more gaming performance enough in order to continue the success of the Skylake predecessor? With the Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE (see review) Acer sticks to its concept consisting of a relatively simple chassis with exquisite, powerful components.

Acer again proves its skills and creates a 15-inch machine that is just as suitable for gaming as for home entertainment or work. But first things first.

Intel Core i7-7700HQ and GeForce GTX 1060 (laptop) power gaming. The HDD slightly slows down the execution, but it is not a disadvantage for gaming. The Aspire V15 Nitro BE is quite quiet during normal use, but it gets loud during gaming and prolonged load. The matte, contrast-rich IPS display cannot reach the Dell XPS 15's, however it also does not have to with its Full HD resolution. The speakers are powerful and the excellent microphone ensures premium recordings.

The in some places unstable casing, despite a new aluminum finish, remains. In return, it has never been easier to replace components.

The input devices, including keyboard light, are well made and external devices can be connected via USB Type-C 3.1 with Thunderbolt 3. Maintenance of components got significantly easier in comparison to the predecessor.

While the V15 hardly produces noise in idle mode, it is quite loud during games. The very good speakers with high and low pitches can easily drown this out, though.

This should not occur: the poor webcam images are not appealing and the card reader for SD cards is terribly slow. In addition, there are only two RAM slots, which are already used in the 8 GB variant. Gaming enthusiasts should definitely consider the Asus ROG Strix GL502VM as an alternative. Otherwise, this top list does not list real alternatives, since the devices here only use GTX 950M/960M and GTX 1050. The Razer Blade (2017) is different, but its steep price might put many buyers off.

6th

Multimedia convertible: HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
Multimedia convertible: HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx

HP not only upgraded its Spectre x360 15-bl002xx (see review) with a Kaby Lake processor, but it also slightly caters to gaming fans. As an entry-level GPU, the GeForce 940MX partly performs quite well in Full HD, without turning the device into a gaming monster.

Despite faster GPU, gaming in native 4K resolution is not possible.

The high-end look of the milled aluminum chassis immediately attracts attention. HP delivers a very good build quality, stable hinges and surfaces. The 4K display is very bright, but it only covers 64% of AdobeRGB. Thunderbolt 3 is also on board. In addition, an active stylus is included. The keyboard with backlight allows fast typing. However, right clicks are difficult on the extra wide touchpad. Finally, the battery life of nine hours is a pro.

We can't find many faults with the HP Spectre x360 15. It's a solid, well-performing 2-in-1 and as such one of the best choices when considering a large convertible.

The giant convertible cannot fully escape criticism: The fans work nervously and the hinge is not stiff enough for securely holding the heavy lid in all scenarios. The power adapter is large and heavy and the USB-C and USB-A are only Gen.1, i.e. USB 3.0.

7th

Unspectacular but rock-solid: Aspire VX5-591G
Unspectacular but rock-solid: Aspire VX5-591G
Best Value Award in March 2017: Aspire VX5-591G-75C4
Best Value Award in March 2017: Aspire VX5-591G-75C4

The Aspire VX5-591G-75C4, also called VX15, is the small climber between the Aspire E series and the Nitro models. The test model costs 1,000 Euros (~$1120) and features a Core i7-7700HQ, yet no SSD. As in the XPS15, it comes with a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, which goes well with the other components and uses GDDR5.

Unspectacular but rock-solid - Acer has done a good job with its new VX5-591G-75C4.

Acer uses an appealing, partly lit chassis, which looks nice, but it falls behind its Nitro colleagues and the models in the top places in terms of quality.

Apart from some inaccurate gaps and a few, marginally protruding edges, the build of the solid-looking casing makes an impeccable impression that corresponds to its price.

Those who are looking for a not too expensive laptop with 45 Watt SoC and mid-range gaming performance should take a closer look at the Aspire VX5-591G. The price of the 15-incher is even slightly more appealing than its Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811 sibling's, which, however, is a 17-inch laptop. Hence, we assign it the second Best Value Award in May 2017.

8th

Cheap ThinkPad pioneer: Lenovo ThinkPad E570 (Core i5, GTX 950M)
Cheap ThinkPad pioneer: Lenovo ThinkPad E570 (Core i5, GTX 950M)
Best Value Award in February 2017: ThinkPad E570
Best Value Award in February 2017: ThinkPad E570

Lenovo has upgraded its cheap E series, previously sold as Edge, and has equipped it with a Kaby Lake processor and a powerful graphics card. While the GeForce GTX 950M appears slightly outdated, it gives the office laptop a graphics performance boost. Gamers should get their money's worth and benefit from the good, yet not perfect input devices at the same time.

Nevertheless, an overall purchase recommendation can be given for the E570 due to the good price-performance ratio.

There are several disadvantages ranging from the suboptimal interface layout to the almost poor quality and stability of the chassis. In addition, the CPU throttles during the stress test. However, the Turbo clock can be maintained during normal load. Thereby, the 15-inch laptop always remains cool and quiet.

Lenovo does not make any major mistakes with the screen; the limited color space can be excused in a low-cost device when the screen scores well otherwise (and it does).

The ThinkPad E570 appears misplaced in the Multimedia Top 10. Its poor look and build quality cannot keep up with other high-end aluminum laptops. Thanks to its IPS display and SSD, the Lenovo E570 is a better deal than the similarly priced Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1 (HDD, TN panel) or the more expensive Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753 (SSD, TN panel). Hence, we gave it the Best Value Award in February 2017.

9th

Attention! - the display has been replaced: MSI PE60-6QE (TN) & PE60-2QE (IPS)
Attention! - the display has been replaced: MSI PE60-6QE (TN) & PE60-2QE (IPS)

Elvis lives! MSI has given its new upscale 15 and 17-inch multimedia class the showy name "Prestige" (MSI PE 60, MSI PE70). With the PE60 (see review), MSI has created a 15-inch device that delivers several features for professionals plus the full performance for work and gaming. With its GTX 960M graphics card (GDDR5!) and a 45-watt Skylake processor, the MSI PE60 can keep up with the meteorites in this chart. The CPU can use its Turbo potential excellently. The dual-fan cooling system does a good job.

The current test model, the MSI PE60 6QE Prestige (Skylake, TN, FHD, matte) and the older PE60 2QE Prestige edition (Haswell, IPS, True Color 100% sRGB, FHD, matte) are on the market now. The 2QE model features the better display, at least when compared to the US test model 6QE with a TN panel. Prospective buyers should pay close attention, since the IPS model is a premium display, which also meets the professional requirements. The 2QE uses a Qualcomm Killer e2200 Ethernet card, while the 6QE does not.

The keys feature a backlight for improved legibility if working in dim environments. The keyboard features several auxiliary keys and the F1 to F12 keys are configured with primary functions by default to better cater to professional users. Typing on the keys is very comfortable. However, the touchpad is disappointing because of its cheap-looking mechanical buttons (no ClickPad).

The chassis, which lacks perfect stability and did not appear altogether elegant, is in contrast to the professional claim. The PE is by no means ugly. However, when you hold it in your hands and look closely, you will notice a simple plastic base, a wobbly hinge cover and rickety mouse buttons. The finish of the keyboard side and the lid is brushed aluminum, which appears sophisticated to the touch. The ZenBook Pro UX501VW and certainly the XPS 15 2017/1016 are significantly slimmer and more high-end. Both feature good IPS panels.

ModelSizeTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSDPrice
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS15.6"1920x1080 TN Chi Mei N156HGE-EALi7-6700HQGTX 960M GDDR516 GB1 TB HDD + 120 GB SSDfrom 1050 Euros
MSI PE60-2QEi581 15.6"1920x1080 IPS SAMSUNG LTN156HL01i5-4210HGTX 960M GDDR58 GB1 TB HDDfrom 1100 Euros

10th

Technically unobtrusive: Asus FX553VD
Technically unobtrusive: Asus FX553VD

Asus just made it into the Top 10 with the FX553VD-DM249T (see review). Since the Asus N552VX-FY103T (GTX 950M) left the charts after 12 months, it is (currently) the only device from Acer in this list.

The Asus FX553 is actually a multimedia notebook of the upper mid-range, but it is also Asus' entry-level gaming device.

The editors liked the solid performance, the compact build, and the good battery life of six hours. Unfortunately, maintenance is not user-friendly, although it should be possible. However, the tester had to give up opening the device. There are several points of criticism for example the always active fan and the ordinary TN panel.

Our strongest points of criticism go foremost to the casing with the spongy lid and the keyboard giving in under pressure, then also the dark and contrast-poor display, and finally the troublesome heat distribution on the left surface.

Apart from the Aspire VX15 (see review), competitors of the FX553VD are not highly present in this Top 10. They can rather be found in the MSI GL62M (7700HQ, GTX 1050), the HP Pavilion 15t (7700HQ, GTX 1050), and the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 7567 (7700HQ, GTX 1060), which are partly 100 Euros (~$112) cheaper and not significantly worse. A detailed comparison might pay off.

In terms of what is offered, we find the price of around 1100 Euros (~$1232) almost too high.

It might be worth considering the Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T (see review) if you are looking for a slim 15-inch laptop with an aluminum look. While the GeForce GTX 960M is no longer brand new, it is quite attractive in view of a case of only 20 mm height - and it still performs well enough for current games in maximum details (up to FHD). However, the manufacturer incorporated a 15 Watt SoC.

Recent Multimedia Awards

Best Value Award in June 2016: Acer Aspire F15
Best Value Award in June 2016: Acer Aspire F15
Best Value Award in February 2017: ThinkPad E570
Best Value Award in February 2017: ThinkPad E570

Size Comparison

Measurement Results

Response Times
Response Time Grey 50% / Grey 80% (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
25.2 ms * ∼4%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
57.2 ms * ∼9%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
46 ms * ∼7%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
38 ms * ∼6%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
41 ms * ∼6%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
44 ms * ∼7%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
22 ms * ∼3%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
44.8 ms * ∼7%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
43.6 ms * ∼7%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
43 ms * ∼7%
Response Time Black / White (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
24.8 ms * ∼10%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
39.2 ms * ∼16%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
56 ms * ∼23%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
27 ms * ∼11%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
34 ms * ∼14%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
38.8 ms * ∼16%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
23 ms * ∼10%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
25.6 ms * ∼11%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
27.6 ms * ∼12%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
11 ms * ∼5%
PWM Frequency (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
21370 Hz ∼15%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
961.5 Hz ∼1%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
119000 Hz ∼83%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
0 Hz ∼0%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
0 Hz ∼0%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
1000 Hz ∼1%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
0 Hz ∼0%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
0 Hz ∼0%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
1000 Hz ∼1%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
0 Hz ∼0%
Screen
Brightness (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
277 cd/m² ∼40%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
356 cd/m² ∼51%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
401 cd/m² ∼57%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
270 cd/m² ∼39%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
297 cd/m² ∼42%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
336 cd/m² ∼48%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
257 cd/m² ∼37%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
243 cd/m² ∼35%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
194 cd/m² ∼28%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
215 cd/m² ∼31%
Brightness Distribution (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
84 % ∼84%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
87 % ∼87%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
90 % ∼90%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
79 % ∼79%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
86 % ∼86%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
83 % ∼83%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
85 % ∼85%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
75 % ∼75%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
86 % ∼86%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
91 % ∼91%
Black Level (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
0.26 % * ∼5%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
0.37 % * ∼7%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
0.3 % * ∼6%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
0.38 % * ∼8%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
0.31 % * ∼6%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
0.24 % * ∼5%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
0.32 % * ∼6%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
0.24 % * ∼5%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
0.429 % * ∼9%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
0.46 % * ∼9%
Contrast (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
1046 :1 ∼65%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
1000 :1 ∼63%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
1400 :1 ∼88%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
792 :1 ∼50%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
1039 :1 ∼65%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
1465 :1 ∼92%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
878 :1 ∼55%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
1008 :1 ∼63%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
466 :1 ∼29%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
489 :1 ∼31%
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
4.59 * ∼31%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
5.3 * ∼35%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
3.33 * ∼22%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
3.49 * ∼23%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
4.73 * ∼32%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
3.3 * ∼22%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
5.16 * ∼34%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
4.65 * ∼31%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
10.63 * ∼71%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
3.94 * ∼26%
Greyscale DeltaE2000 (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
4.28 * ∼29%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
4.6 * ∼31%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
2.73 * ∼18%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
1.88 * ∼13%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
2.99 * ∼20%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
1.9 * ∼13%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
4.57 * ∼30%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
3.39 * ∼23%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
11.51 * ∼77%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
2.68 * ∼18%
Gamma (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
2.23 ∼64%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
2.31 ∼66%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
2.48 ∼71%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
2.35 ∼67%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
2.32 ∼66%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
2.09 ∼60%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
2.59 ∼74%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
2.7 ∼77%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
2.23 ∼64%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
2.35 ∼67%
CCT (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
6848 ∼685%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
6284 ∼628%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
6457 ∼646%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
6587 ∼659%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
6905 ∼691%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
6784 ∼678%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
6931 ∼693%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
6246 ∼625%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
14492 ∼1449%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
6709 ∼671%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998) (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
55 % ∼55%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
88.3 % ∼88%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
78.09 % ∼78%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
56 % ∼56%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
56 % ∼56%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
64.4 % ∼64%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
37 % ∼37%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
36.69 % ∼37%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
74.6 % ∼75%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
36 % ∼36%
Color Space (Percent of sRGB) (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
83 % ∼83%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
100 % ∼100%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
99.97 % ∼100%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
86 % ∼86%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
85 % ∼85%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
88.2 % ∼88%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
58 % ∼58%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
57.66 % ∼58%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
99.8 % ∼100%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
57 % ∼57%
Noise
off / environment (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
dB * ∼0%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
28.4 dB * ∼57%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
29 dB * ∼58%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
29.7 dB * ∼59%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
30.4 dB * ∼61%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
28.5 dB * ∼57%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
30.4 dB * ∼61%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
29 dB * ∼58%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
29.3 dB * ∼59%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
30.8 dB * ∼62%
Idle Minimum (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
30 dB * ∼60%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
29 dB * ∼58%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
30.3 dB * ∼61%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
30.2 dB * ∼60%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
30.9 dB * ∼62%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
28.5 dB * ∼57%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
31.4 dB * ∼63%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
29 dB * ∼58%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
32.4 dB * ∼65%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
32.9 dB * ∼66%
Idle Average (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
30 dB * ∼60%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
29 dB * ∼58%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
30.3 dB * ∼61%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
30.2 dB * ∼60%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
30.9 dB * ∼62%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
28.5 dB * ∼57%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
31.4 dB * ∼63%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
29 dB * ∼58%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
32.4 dB * ∼65%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
32.9 dB * ∼66%
Idle Maximum (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
30 dB * ∼60%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
32.2 dB * ∼64%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
30.3 dB * ∼61%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
30.6 dB * ∼61%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
31.5 dB * ∼63%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
36.3 dB * ∼73%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
31.4 dB * ∼63%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
29 dB * ∼58%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
35.4 dB * ∼71%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
33.5 dB * ∼67%
Load Average (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
51 dB * ∼102%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
47.1 dB * ∼94%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
35.1 dB * ∼70%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
33.8 dB * ∼68%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
40.7 dB * ∼81%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
42.7 dB * ∼85%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
36.8 dB * ∼74%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
34.3 dB * ∼69%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
40.5 dB * ∼81%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
43.7 dB * ∼87%
Load Maximum (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
51 dB * ∼102%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
47.1 dB * ∼94%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
46 dB * ∼92%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
42.6 dB * ∼85%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
43.9 dB * ∼88%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
42.7 dB * ∼85%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
41.3 dB * ∼83%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
40.1 dB * ∼80%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
45.3 dB * ∼91%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
47 dB * ∼94%
Battery Runtime
Reader / Idle (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
min ∼0%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
831 min ∼31%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
min ∼0%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
min ∼0%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
501 min ∼19%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
866 min ∼32%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
322 min ∼12%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
883 min ∼33%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
339 min ∼13%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
587 min ∼22%
Load (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
min ∼0%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
103 min ∼4%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
52 min ∼2%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
min ∼0%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
144 min ∼5%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
148 min ∼5%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
81 min ∼3%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
129 min ∼5%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
71 min ∼3%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
56 min ∼2%
WiFi v1.3 (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
545 min ∼20%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
434 min ∼16%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
619 min ∼23%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
278 min ∼10%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
357 min ∼13%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
535 min ∼20%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
302 min ∼11%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
462 min ∼17%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
178 min ∼7%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
360 min ∼13%
Power Consumption
Idle Minimum (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
7.5 Watt * ∼8%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
11.9 Watt * ∼12%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
3 Watt * ∼3%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
8.7 Watt * ∼9%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
7.2 Watt * ∼7%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
8.14 Watt * ∼8%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
7 Watt * ∼7%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
2.8 Watt * ∼3%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
9.7 Watt * ∼10%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
4 Watt * ∼4%
Idle Average (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
12.1 Watt * ∼12%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
17.1 Watt * ∼17%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
9.9 Watt * ∼10%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
12.4 Watt * ∼12%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
10.5 Watt * ∼11%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
10.91 Watt * ∼11%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
10.2 Watt * ∼10%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
6.3 Watt * ∼6%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
13.1 Watt * ∼13%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
6.7 Watt * ∼7%
Idle Maximum (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
14.3 Watt * ∼14%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
17.3 Watt * ∼17%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
12.5 Watt * ∼13%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
15.4 Watt * ∼15%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
16 Watt * ∼16%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
12.26 Watt * ∼12%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
14 Watt * ∼14%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
6.9 Watt * ∼7%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
23.2 Watt * ∼23%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
9.6 Watt * ∼10%
Load Average (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
73.5 Watt * ∼21%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
94.7 Watt * ∼27%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
70.6 Watt * ∼20%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
73 Watt * ∼21%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
82 Watt * ∼23%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
45.67 Watt * ∼13%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
78 Watt * ∼22%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
51.6 Watt * ∼15%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
79.1 Watt * ∼23%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
81 Watt * ∼23%
Load Maximum (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
110.2 Watt * ∼31%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
122 Watt * ∼35%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
90.8 Watt * ∼26%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
130 Watt * ∼37%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
155 Watt * ∼44%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
74.94 Watt * ∼21%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
127 Watt * ∼36%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
69.7 Watt * ∼20%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
122.9 Watt * ∼35%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
107 Watt * ∼31%
Heat
Maximum Upper Side (sort by value)
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
48.8 °C * ∼81%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
44.2 °C * ∼74%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
48 °C * ∼80%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
51.9 °C * ∼87%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
47 °C * ∼78%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
47 °C * ∼78%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
46.6 °C * ∼78%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
43.2 °C * ∼72%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
44.2 °C * ∼74%
Maximum Bottom (sort by value)
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
42.6 °C * ∼71%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
41.6 °C * ∼69%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
40.8 °C * ∼68%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
54.6 °C * ∼91%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
50.2 °C * ∼84%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
47 °C * ∼78%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
49.1 °C * ∼82%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
49 °C * ∼82%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
40 °C * ∼67%
Idle Upper Side (sort by value)
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
26 °C * ∼43%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
33.6 °C * ∼56%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
29.9 °C * ∼50%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
29.1 °C * ∼49%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
34 °C * ∼57%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
28.4 °C * ∼47%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
24.6 °C * ∼41%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
29.6 °C * ∼49%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
25.1 °C * ∼42%
Idle Bottom (sort by value)
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
25.4 °C * ∼42%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
31.1 °C * ∼52%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
29.8 °C * ∼50%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
29.3 °C * ∼49%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
32 °C * ∼53%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
27.1 °C * ∼45%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
25.1 °C * ∼42%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
29.8 °C * ∼50%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
25.8 °C * ∼43%

* ... smaller is better

Benchmarks

3DMark 11 - 1280x720 Performance (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
12114 Points ∼42%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
6963 Points ∼24%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
8830 Points ∼31%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
12181 Points ∼42%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
2772 Points ∼10%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
8674 Points ∼30%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
4255 Points ∼15%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
5774 Points ∼20%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
7471 Points ∼26%
3DMark
1920x1080 Fire Strike Score (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
9313 Points ∼40%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
5524 Points ∼24%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
4104 Points ∼18%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
6500 Points ∼28%
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE
9621 Points ∼41%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
1926 Points ∼8%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
6774 Points ∼29%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
3244 Points ∼14%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
4088 Points ∼17%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
5508 Points ∼24%
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Score (sort by value)
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
31054 Points ∼16%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
118843 Points ∼60%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
22543 Points ∼11%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
85812 Points ∼43%
PCMark 8 - Home Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Razer Blade (2017)
3958 Points ∼66%
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD)
3588 Points ∼60%
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
4066 Points ∼68%
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811
3596 Points ∼60%
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx
3249 Points ∼54%
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15
3565 Points ∼60%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
3550 Points ∼59%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
3766 Points ∼63%
Asus FX553VD-DM249T
3832 Points ∼64%

Legend

 
Razer Blade (2017) Intel Core i7-7700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Laptop), Samsung PM951 NVMe MZVLV256
 
Dell XPS 15 9560 (i7-7700HQ, UHD) Intel Core i7-7700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Notebook), Lite-on CX2-8B512-Q11 NVMe SSD
 
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460) Intel Core i7-6920HQ, AMD Radeon Pro 460, Apple SSD SM1024L
 
Acer Aspire Nitro BE VN7-793G-5811 Intel Core i5-7300HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Notebook), Seagate Mobile HDD 1TB ST1000LM035
 
Acer Aspire VN7-593G-73HP V15 Nitro BE Intel Core i7-7700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Laptop), Seagate Mobile HDD 1TB ST1000LM035
 
HP Spectre x360 15-bl002xx Intel Core i7-7500U, NVIDIA GeForce 940MX, Toshiba XG4 NVMe (THNSN5512GPUK)
 
Acer Aspire VX5-591G-75C4 VX15 Intel Core i7-7700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (Notebook), Toshiba MQ01ABD100
 
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000 Intel Core i5-7200U, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M, Toshiba THNSF5256GPUK
 
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS Intel Core i7-6700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, Intel SSD 535 SSDSCKJW120H6
 
Asus FX553VD-DM249T Intel Core i7-7700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Notebook), Hynix HFS128G39TND

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