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Notebookcheck's Top 10 Subnotebooks

Sebastian Jentsch, Stefanie Voigt (translated by Andreas Osthoff), 07/26/2018

February 2019 Update. Here you will find the current best subnotebooks reviewed by Notebookcheck in the last few months. Our list of top models is regularly updated, maintained and commented on and should assist in purchase decisions.

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Subnotebooks bridge the gap between the performance of large laptops and the mobility of small devices such as tablets or even smartphones. More recently, 2-in-1 devices and convertibles have penetrated the subnotebook market. We categorize subnotebooks as devices that are no larger than 14-inches in screen size and lighter than 1.5 kg (~3.3 lbs) with integrated GPUs. The price range is wide and models from 300 to 2500 USD/Euros can be represented in our Top 10.

Subnotebook or ultrabook? We have created a separate Top 10 Ultrabooks list with devices meeting the Intel specifications from 2013: touchscreen, low-voltage Haswell processor (TDP: 15 W) or higher, battery life of 6 to 9 hours, Intel Wireless Display and USB 3.0. For the time being, however, our subnotebook charts will include ultrabooks and subnotebooks alike.

The following table shows an overview of the Top 10 subnotebooks as reviewed by Notebookcheck in the past 12 months. Important: good devices on the market might remain longer in the top list in exceptional cases. We remove devices that are no longer offered in shops, even if the review is younger than 12 months. The table can be sorted by clicking its headers and filtered with the adjacent text field (e.g. "matte").

Best Subnotebooks as of February 2019

Pos.RatingDateImageModelWeightHeightSizeResolutionScreenBest Price
191%07/2018Apple MacBook Pro 13 2018 Touchbar i5Apple MacBook Pro 13 2018 Touchbar i5
Intel Core i5-8259U
Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655
8 GB Memory
1.4 kg14.9 mm13.3"2560x1600glossy
290%01/2019
New!
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018-20KGS5DU00Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018-20KGS5DU00
Intel Core i7-8550U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
16 GB Memory, 512 GB NVMe
1.1 kg15.95 mm14"2560x1440matte
390%03/2018Lenovo ThinkPad X280-20KES01S00Lenovo ThinkPad X280-20KES01S00
Intel Core i5-8250U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 512 GB NVMe
1.1 kg17.4 mm12.5"1920x1080matte
489%01/2019
New!
Microsoft Surface Laptop 2-LQN-00004Microsoft Surface Laptop 2-LQN-00004
Intel Core i5-8250U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
1.3 kg14.5 mm13.5"2256x1504glossy
589%07/2018Fujitsu Lifebook U938Fujitsu Lifebook U938
Intel Core i5-8250U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
12 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
920 g15.5 mm13.3"1920x1080matte
688%01/2019
New!
Lenovo ThinkPad A285-20MX0002GELenovo ThinkPad A285-20MX0002GE
AMD Ryzen 5 PRO 2500U
AMD Radeon RX Vega 8
8 GB Memory, 256 GB NVMe
1.1 kg17.4 mm12.5"1920x1080
788%05/2018HP EliteBook 830 G5-3JX74EAHP EliteBook 830 G5-3JX74EA
Intel Core i7-8550U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
32 GB Memory, 1024 GB SSD
1.3 kg17.7 mm13.3"1920x1080matte
888%01/2019
New!
Dell XPS 13 9380 2019Dell XPS 13 9380 2019
Intel Core i5-8265U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
1.2 kg11.6 mm13.3"3840x2160glossy
988%12/2018Razer Blade Stealth i7-8565URazer Blade Stealth i7-8565U
Intel Core i7-8565U
NVIDIA GeForce MX150
16 GB Memory,  SSD
1.3 kg14.8 mm13.3"1920x1080matte
1087%02/2019
New!
Acer Swift 5 SF515-51T-76B6Acer Swift 5 SF515-51T-76B6
Intel Core i7-8565U
Intel UHD Graphics 620
16 GB Memory, 512 GB SSD
999 g15.9 mm15.6"1920x1080glossy

Top 10 of the previous 10 months at the time of writing, highest rating first

1st - Apple MacBook Pro 13 2018 (Touch Bar, i5)

Avantgarde at the performance limit: Apple MacBook Pro 13 2018
Avantgarde at the performance limit: Apple MacBook Pro 13 2018

Apple updates the MacBook Pro lineup. The design did not change, but the 13-inch laptop finally benefits from 8th generation Intel processors with four real processor cores. However, the CPU cannot utilize its full performance due to insufficient cooling, and the power adapter is also at its limit. It looks like the manufacturer just used the cooling solution of the previous Kaby Lake model, which has problems with the additional heat from a quad-core CPU.

The display on the other hand is excellent and once again features 2560 x 1600 pixels (Retina, 227 PPI). It now supports the TrueTone technology, which s already familiar from the iPhone or iPad, respectively. TrueTone automatically adjusts the color temperature based on the time or the ambient light, which results in a warmer or cooler image).

Apple once again uses very good speakers and you get 4x Thunderbolt 3 (full bandwidth). The battery runtime has been improved and we determine almost 10 hours in our Wi-Fi test.

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2nd - Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018: Winner type with matte WQHD panel
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018: Winner type with matte WQHD panel

Lenovo offers the sixth generation of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon (here in review). This time we reviewed the SKU with the matte WQHD screen. The 14-inch business laptop got an excellent rating (90%) and secures a top spot in this ranking.

We now had the chance to test all display options of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon: The default 1080p IPS screen with and without touch, the matte WQHD panel as well as the glossy WQHD HDR option, which is brighter than all the others. However, the high resolution requires more power, so the runtime suffers a bit. The default matte 1080p SKU is leading the mobility aspect. 

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is one of the best business laptops, and this does not change when you select the matte WQHD screen. The matte panels are better suited for work compared to the very glossy WQHD HDR screen. The matte WQHD panel from LG Philips is subjectively superior in terms of picture quality compared to the FHD panels, but the latter last a bit longer on battery.

Other than that, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon is an excellent business laptop with a high-quality, slim and light chassis. The utilization of the quad-core processor is good and we like the modern port selection including regular USB Type-A ports.

As you expect from a ThinkPad, you get an excellent keyboard and the battery runtime of 9 hours is not bad, either. Drawbacks include the heavily limited maintenance, the missing Ethernet port (even though the corresponding adapter is provided), as well as the high-pitched fan noise, which is sometimes running without apparent reason.

The business alternative is offered by Fujitsu. The LifeBook U938 is almost 200 grams lighter and just slightly smaller with its 13.3-inch panel, but Fujitsu does not offer as many display options.

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3rd - Lenovo ThinkPad X280

Mini Carbon - Lenovo ThinkPad X280
Mini Carbon - Lenovo ThinkPad X280

If the 14-inch X1 Carbon is still too big, you might want to consider the ThinkPad X280 (here in review). The 12.5-inch system shares a lot of features with the top model, but is much more affordable. 

The weight of the X280 is now on par with the current X1 Carbon.

Both the materials and the stability have been improved compared to the predecessor X270, while the weight was noticeably reduced. The author praises the comparatively cool chassis, dual-channel memory, excellent ThinkPad input devices, improved maintenance, as well as the matte IPS display with more than 300 nits luminance.

Lenovo fixed almost all our issues we had with the X270: The fan is quieter, the device does not run as hot, the consumption was improved, and the display is brighter. 

There are only a few drawbacks like the performance throttling, the lack of the replaceable battery, the soldered RAM, and the missing Ethernet port. 

If you can live without Ethernet and the replaceable battery of the predecessor, the ThinkPad X280 is a much better package than last year's model. This is why the compact business subnotebook deserves our recommendation.

Thanks to the good package and the entry-level price of 1500 Euros, the X280 gets our Editor's Choice Award in March 2018.

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4th - Microsoft Surface Laptop 2

Microsoft Surface Laptop 2: Limited connectivity, but still good
Microsoft Surface Laptop 2: Limited connectivity, but still good

Microsoft saves in terms of connectivity for its second laptop, but you get an excellent screen. The second iteration of the Surface Laptop (here in review) is basically an update with a modern processor.

The 3:2 aspect ratio is rare and is particularly useful for office users. We liked the 13.5-inch PixelSense display: it is very bright, covers sRGB almost completely, does not use PWM, and the color deviations are low.

The Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 os a good choice if you want a high-quality laptop with a good screen, quiet operation, and good input devices. The lack of Thunderbolt 3 is unfortunate and hard to understand, but the limitations on you everyday experience are still small.

Microsoft still uses a high-quality and sturdy chassis for the Surface Laptop. The performance is good and we like the speakers. The battery runtime of 9 hours is not bad, either.

Microsoft unfortunately does not offer Thunderbolt, USB-C, BT 5.0 or an SD reader. You cannot maintain the device and the additional charges for RAM, CPU and SSD are steep.

A good alternative is the current Dell XPS 13 9380 (2019). It is also available with a high-resolution screen and is superior in terms of connectivity.

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5th - Fujitsu LifeBook U938

Fujitsu's LifeBook U938 (here in review) is a luxury lightweight at just 920 grams (~2 lb). This is noticeably lighter than the 13-inch competition like the Dell Latitude 13 7380. The reviewer criticized the CPU performance, which is below average for the processor, but it is still completely sufficient for mobile users, even without NVMe SSD. Potential buyers will not expect a mobile workstation at 920 grams (~2 lb). 

You can still maintain the very slim device, which is rare. The manufacturer unfortunately did not fix the high-pitched fan we already know from the previous U937.

The Fujitsu LifeBook U938 is a very light and compact subnotebook, but we cannot understand why the issues of the previous model have not been changed for the U938.

The keyboard is unfortunately not illuminated, which should be standard in this price range. The U938 is still a good subnotebook that lasts a full business day with a Wi-Fi runtime of 8:30 hours.

Light, lighter, LifeBook U938
Light, lighter, LifeBook U938

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6th - Lenovo ThinkPad A285 (Ryzen 5 Pro)

Lenovo ThinkPad A285: Ryzen in the Top 10
Lenovo ThinkPad A285: Ryzen in the Top 10

Lenovo's ThinkPad A285 (here in review) is the first Ryzen 5 Pro laptop in our Subnotebook Top 10 ranking. The high-quality and light chassis with the excellent ThinkPad input devices cannot quite keep up with the flagship X1 Carbon, but it is more affordable and offers other advantages: The maintenance is easy, the matte screen manages a luminance of more than 300 nits and the fan control is sophisticated. 

The Lenovo ThinkPad A285 is a good office device based on an AMD chip and is a more affordable alternative to the familiar X280. The CPU performance is a bit lower and the battery runtime shorter, but it is otherwise a good device.

The ThinkPad A285 does not compete with the X1 Carbon, but is a more affordable alternative to the ThinkPad X280. The A285 uses the same chassis with identical input devices, a fast SSD, and the good stability.

One issue is he battery runtime, which is okay at 7:50 hours, but the competition is better. The memory is also soldered, so you cannot upgrade it later. Thunderbolt 3 is also missing, which is featured on the X280.

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7th - HP EliteBook 830 G5

Goodbye 12.5-inches seems to be the motto for HP: The manufacturer replaces the 12.5-inch EliteBook 820 G4 with the EliteBook 830 G5-3JX74EA (here in review), but the 13-inch laptop is juts as wide as the old 820 G4 thanks to slim bezels similar to the Dell XPS. 

The HP EliteBook 830 G5 is a big step for HP's business lineup. 

The form factor is not the only reason for the improvement. The sturdy metal chassis is also slimmer than before, but it is still easy to maintain. We expected the good set of features with decent ports in this class. The list of security features is even better: SmartCard reader, infrared camera with cover, fingerprint scanner, and SureView – it is not easy to put more security features into a single device.
The EliteBook is only shipped with IPS panels with an optional 400 nits model for improved outdoor capabilities. You get up to 32 GB RAM, which is not the case with the rivals.

The biggest annoyance, which is ironically connected to HP's decision to implement a bigger screen: The EliteBook 830 G5 is too heavy and big compared to the rivals, which is obviously an issue for a subnotebook. 

Big and heavy, but a success: HP EliteBook 830 G5
Big and heavy, but a success: HP EliteBook 830 G5

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8th - Dell XPS 13 9380 2019

Dell XPS 13 9380 2019: More performance under sustained workloads
Dell XPS 13 9380 2019: More performance under sustained workloads

Dell offers the new 2019 XPS 13 9380. The cooling system with its dual fans ensures good performance utilization under sustained workloads, even though it is not always stable (Whiskey Lake quad-core). There is still an improvement over the 2018 model.

The 2019 XPS 13 only reduces its performance by 8% under sustained workloads, so it is faster than the Kaby Lake Refresh quad-core in the predecessor.

The case did not change; the XPS 13 still offers a nice design with slim bezels. A lot of display with a small footprint. The UHD screen, which is now provided by AUO (previously from Sharp) is bright, but the sRGB gamut is a bit lower.

The webcam is back at the top of the screen, but we cannot commend its quality.

The XPS 13 is a good option for all users looking for Thunderbolt and DisplayPort via USB Type-C and want a lot of performance in a small package. The battery runtime of 8 hours is nit bad, but not class-leading, either. The i5/1080p model from SKU managed almost 11 hours in the same test.

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9th - Razer Blade Stealth

Razer Blade Stealth: Gaming Subnotebook?
Razer Blade Stealth: Gaming Subnotebook?

The Razer Blade Stealth (here in review) uses a tuned version of the GeForce MX150 and gets the maximum performance out of the GPU. The gaming performance is impressive, because the MX150 is equipped with 4 GB GDDR5-VRAM and consumes 25 Watts.

It is the most powerful 13.3-inch Ultrabook so far with GPU performance levels almost on par with the GTX 960M in the size of a MacBook Pro 13. The performance per Watt is very good for this segment. The new Blade Stealth offer more performance than a MacBook Pro 13, but is neither bigger, nor heavier. All in all, it is the better combination of high performance and mobility.

We also like the good factory calibration with full sRGB gamut. The case does not have to hide behind the MacBook Pro 13, either: The bezels are slim; you get a lot of screen with a small footprint.

Despite the high performance, the 13-inch system manages a Wi-Fi runtime 9 hours and 30 minutes. Drawbacks include the reduced performance on battery power as well as PWM at low brightness levels. The soldered memory can unfortunately not be expanded and the response times of the display are long (more visible ghosting).

There is currently no alternative with similar GPU performance figures in the Top 10. We still recommend a look at Huawei MateBook 13 i7, which just missed our rating at 86%.

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10th - Acer Swift 5 SF515-51T-76B6

Acer Swift 5 SF515: 15-inch, light like a subnotebook
Acer Swift 5 SF515: 15-inch, light like a subnotebook

Acer's Swift 5 SF515 (here in review) is an unconventional subnotebook, because it features a 15.6-inch display. Thanks to its remarkably low weight of just 999 grams, we still decided to categorize it as a subnotebook. 

The extremely light 15-inch laptop is up to date: Whiskey Lake, NVMe-SSD, dual-channel DDR4 RAM as well as an IPS touchscreen with accurate colors. 

Acer uses a nice magnesium case as well as some optimizations to reduce the weight. Memory, SSD, and WLAN module are soldered onto the mainboard, so they cannot be upgraded.

The SSD is soldered, but you ca still expand the storage thanks to a free M.2-2280 slot. The port selection is a bit meager since you neither get a card reader, nor Thunderbolt 3.

The battery runtime of 7 hours is not excellent, but usable. The competition for the Swift 5 SF515 is not in this ranking, but rather the 15-inch LG Gram 15Z980, which is just 100 grams heavier at 1.1 kg. The Gram manages much longer runtimes of 13 hours (Wi-Fi test).

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Recent Subnotebook Awards

Editor's Choice Award in March 2018: Lenovo ThinkPad X280
Editor's Choice Award in March 2018: Lenovo ThinkPad X280

Top 10 Subnotebooks in Comparison

Size Comparison

Measurement Results

Apple MacBook Pro 13 2018 Touchbar i5Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018-20KGS5DU00Lenovo ThinkPad X280-20KES01S00Microsoft Surface Laptop 2-LQN-00004Fujitsu Lifebook U938Lenovo ThinkPad A285-20MX0002GEHP EliteBook 830 G5-3JX74EADell XPS 13 9380 2019Razer Blade Stealth i7-8565UAcer Swift 5 SF515-51T-76B6
Response Times
Response Time Grey 50% / Grey 80% *
46 (21, 25)
38 (19.2, 18.8)
40 (22, 18)
69.2 (34.8, 34.4)
43 (21, 22)
41 (22, 19)
36 (18.8, 17.2)
58 (26, 32)
57.6 (29.2, 28.4)
38 (19, 19)
Response Time Black / White *
32 (17, 15)
26 (14, 12)
29.6 (16.4, 13.2)
46.4 (26, 20.4)
29 (16, 13)
31 (16, 15)
24.8 (14, 10.8)
36 (20, 16)
34 (17.6, 16.4)
25 (14, 11)
PWM Frequency
118000 (75, 150)
217 (20)
25510 (50)
1020 (99)
22730 (24)
Screen
Brightness middle
519
316
344
392
344
347
316
404
429.8
341
Brightness
504
311
313
390
320
321
326
389
403
319
Brightness Distribution
95
84
82
89
77
88
85
85
89
87
Black Level *
0.33
0.35
0.25
0.24
0.31
0.37
0.19
0.37
0.32
0.31
Contrast
1573
903
1376
1633
1110
938
1663
1092
1343
1100
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 *
0.4
4.5
4.7
3.2
2.72
7.7
4.5
3.72
1.08
2.01
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 max. *
2.8
10.3
19.4
6.3
5.92
31
12.1
7.38
3.96
4.74
Greyscale DeltaE2000 *
2.2
7.7
2.2
4.5
2.74
7.9
5
4.44
1.3
2.01
Gamma
2.22 99%
2.2 100%
2.16 102%
2.2 100%
2.38 92%
2.24 98%
2.22 99%
2.34 94%
2.23 99%
2.52 87%
CCT
6908 94%
6639 98%
6252 104%
7556 86%
6794 96%
6914 94%
6018 108%
7095 92%
6452 101%
6704 97%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998)
77.3
68.6
41.2
63.9
61
42.2
57.9
60
61.4
63
Color Space (Percent of sRGB)
99.99
97.9
64.1
95
94
64.9
87.3
93
96.3
98
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 calibrated *
1.6
1.4
6
2.9
2.06
1.21
1.11
Noise
off / environment *
29.6
29.2
28.7
30.4
28.9
29.3
30.4
28.4
30.5
Idle Minimum *
29.6
29.2
28.7
30.4
28.9
29.3
30.4
28.5
30.5
Idle Average *
29.6
29.2
28.7
30.4
28.9
29.3
30.4
29
30.5
Idle Maximum *
29.6
29.2
28.7
30.4
28.9
29.3
30.4
29.1
30.9
Load Average *
36.7
39.7
30
33.7
31.2
33.2
31.7
42.8
34.9
Witcher 3 ultra *
32.5
41.4
Load Maximum *
46.7
39.7
32.9
33
31.2
36.1
38.1
41.6
35
Heat
Maximum Upper Side *
43.1
51.3
43.2
39.3
39.3
43
37.8
47.2
47.2
44.4
Maximum Bottom *
41.4
52.3
43.1
42
43.1
46
41.3
43.3
42.8
45.7
Idle Upper Side *
27.9
23.9
24.8
23.8
25.4
24.5
25
27.6
29.2
25.4
Idle Bottom *
27.1
23.7
24.1
24.2
25.6
25.9
24.3
28.6
32.4
25.8
Battery Runtime
Reader / Idle
1212
1249
1167
574
766
1032
1230
970
WiFi v1.3
581
537
531
543
506
469
424
498
571
430
Witcher 3 ultra
94
Load
119
98
123
96
140
141
131
145
Power Consumption
Idle Minimum *
2.3
3.11
3
2.4
5.8
4.5
4.8
6.7
3
Idle Average *
8.7
5.01
6.8
5.5
8.2
6.4
8.6
8.6
7.7
Idle Maximum *
12.2
8.11
8.76
6
9.96
9.2
10.4
9.4
11.6
Load Average *
53.3
44.6
35.1
31
37.9
35.7
37.9
64.1
34
Load Maximum *
64
51.7
42.6
32.6
40.5
65.4
48.5
64.1
35
Witcher 3 ultra *
63.7

* ... smaller is better

Benchmarks

3DMark 11 - 1280x720 Performance (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 13 2018 Touchbar i5
Iris Plus Graphics 655, 8259U
3330 Points ∼11%
Lenovo ThinkPad X280-20KES01S00
UHD Graphics 620, 8250U, Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB512HAJQ
2029 Points ∼6%
Microsoft Surface Laptop 2-LQN-00004
UHD Graphics 620, 8250U, SK Hynix BC501 NVMe 256 GB
2065 Points ∼7%
Fujitsu Lifebook U938
UHD Graphics 620, 8250U, Micron 1100 MTFDDAV256TBN
1795 Points ∼6%
Lenovo ThinkPad A285-20MX0002GE
Vega 8, PRO 2500U, Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB256HAHQ
3153 Points ∼10%
HP EliteBook 830 G5-3JX74EA
UHD Graphics 620, 8550U, Samsung SSD PM961 1TB M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe (MZVLW1T0)
1954 Points ∼6%
Dell XPS 13 9380 2019
UHD Graphics 620, 8265U, SK hynix PC401 HFS256GD9TNG
2053 Points ∼7%
Razer Blade Stealth i7-8565U
GeForce MX150, 8565U, Lite-On CA3-8D256-Q11
5219 Points ∼17%
Acer Swift 5 SF515-51T-76B6
UHD Graphics 620, 8565U, SK Hynix BC501 HFM512GDJTNG
2087 Points ∼7%
3DMark
1920x1080 Fire Strike Score (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 13 2018 Touchbar i5
Iris Plus Graphics 655, 8259U
1898 Points ∼7%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018-20KGS5DU00
UHD Graphics 620, 8550U, Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB512HAJQ
1205 Points ∼5%
Lenovo ThinkPad X280-20KES01S00
UHD Graphics 620, 8250U, Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB512HAJQ
1107 Points ∼4%
Microsoft Surface Laptop 2-LQN-00004
UHD Graphics 620, 8250U, SK Hynix BC501 NVMe 256 GB
1162 Points ∼4%
Fujitsu Lifebook U938
UHD Graphics 620, 8250U, Micron 1100 MTFDDAV256TBN
1073 Points ∼4%
Lenovo ThinkPad A285-20MX0002GE
Vega 8, PRO 2500U, Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB256HAHQ
1724 Points ∼6%
HP EliteBook 830 G5-3JX74EA
UHD Graphics 620, 8550U, Samsung SSD PM961 1TB M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe (MZVLW1T0)
1162 Points ∼4%
Razer Blade Stealth i7-8565U
GeForce MX150, 8565U, Lite-On CA3-8D256-Q11
3377 Points ∼13%
Acer Swift 5 SF515-51T-76B6
UHD Graphics 620, 8565U, SK Hynix BC501 HFM512GDJTNG
1199 Points ∼4%
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Score (sort by value)
Lenovo ThinkPad A285-20MX0002GE
Vega 8, PRO 2500U, Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB256HAHQ
69209 Points ∼6%
PCMark 8 - Work Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 13 2018 Touchbar i5
Iris Plus Graphics 655, 8259U
4399 Points ∼68%
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2018-20KGS5DU00
UHD Graphics 620, 8550U, Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB512HAJQ
4552 Points ∼70%
Lenovo ThinkPad X280-20KES01S00
UHD Graphics 620, 8250U, Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB512HAJQ
4868 Points ∼75%
Microsoft Surface Laptop 2-LQN-00004
UHD Graphics 620, 8250U, SK Hynix BC501 NVMe 256 GB
4923 Points ∼76%
Fujitsu Lifebook U938
UHD Graphics 620, 8250U, Micron 1100 MTFDDAV256TBN
4747 Points ∼73%
Lenovo ThinkPad A285-20MX0002GE
Vega 8, PRO 2500U, Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB256HAHQ
4650 Points ∼71%
HP EliteBook 830 G5-3JX74EA
UHD Graphics 620, 8550U, Samsung SSD PM961 1TB M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe (MZVLW1T0)
5116 Points ∼79%
Dell XPS 13 9380 2019
UHD Graphics 620, 8265U, SK hynix PC401 HFS256GD9TNG
4302 Points ∼66%
Razer Blade Stealth i7-8565U
GeForce MX150, 8565U, Lite-On CA3-8D256-Q11
5065 Points ∼78%
Acer Swift 5 SF515-51T-76B6
UHD Graphics 620, 8565U, SK Hynix BC501 HFM512GDJTNG
5181 Points ∼80%
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