The MacBook has been the most attractive gadget for the loyal Apple customers. But with every new model, the previous model becomes a little less relevant, and the new device is rarely within an affordable range for all. The keyboards in the Apple devices have been awful for a long while now, the touch bar is selectively reactive, and the extreme reliance on USB-C port connections. The chargers are flimsy, and the battery life is not justified as compared to the big hole it burns in one’s pocket. And let us be frank, Apple has seen a downfall in advancements in technology and upgrades. The limited opportunity to customize the MacBook as per one’s convenience makes it harder to work with. At the same time, other brands are constantly improving their product by leaps and bounds, with the intent to incorporate more and more in the same device for increased customer satisfaction. So it’s time we checked alternatives that we have in Windows that substitute the MacBook pretty accurately.
Unlike the Macbook Pro, Dell’s new XPS 13 has 10th gen Core i5 and i7 processors. Dell has better connectivity, with two two ports. XPS 15 is a good alternative for Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro, in case someone prefers a smaller laptop.
Next on the MacBook Pro alternative list, with a screen that’s a tad bit bigger than Apple’s current is the ThinkPad X1 Carbon. The device holds seven set configurations based on eighth and tenth generation Intel CPUs along with IPS screens. This laptop also maintains the consistency that we see in this list, i.e., the connectivity difference.
The Surface Notebook 3 holds 10th gen Intel Core i5 and i7 processors as well. Being Microsoft’s solution, it isn’t tied to an all-Thunderbolt design either. All in all, it works smoothly, comes with great features, and is pretty customizable. .
Standing slightly bigger than the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro, the Yoga C940 is seamlessly fast, sleek, attractive, and packed with several features. The device lets the user fold itself 360 degrees for better comfort. It is powerful, easy to use, and loaded with features.
For the people who find the MacBook Pro’s slab-like aesthetic pleasing, then the Razer should be your Windows go-to. To make it an even more attractive deal, the company has launched the laptop in Mercury White. It holds a price tag similar to the entry-level MacBook Pro model and provides a similar performance level. It is slightly more expensive than the comparable MacBook configuration, but it’s a much better gaming laptop.