If you're looking to buy a laptop at Currys PC World (they're one store these days) then you've come to the right place. We've reviewed literally hundreds of laptops and have presented a list here of the best options available at Currys PC World.
All of the laptops in this list are available at Currys PC World and have been thoroughly tested and reviewed independently by TechRadar. We've picked out something for everyone, so if you're after the outright best laptop in the store, we've got you covered. If you need a gaming laptop, something ultraportable, a 2-in-1 or a Chromebook we've also got plenty of recommendations for you!
The best laptops available at Currys PC World:
If you're after the best all-round laptop money can buy right now, this is it - the Dell XPS 13. It's got the latest Intel processor and packs an Infinity display that runs right to the very edge of the device - that gives it the ability to hold the size of a smaller laptop. There are multiple models available so you can save yourself some money by opting for a lower res screen and a Core i5 CPU instead of a Core i7.
This is a fantastic laptop for anyone who wants most of the benefits of a high-end ultrabook like the Dell XPS 13 above but doesn't want to spend quite that amount of money. The Asus Zenbook UX310UA is roughly half the price of the Dell so while it's not quite as nice it does offer stunning value for money.
The Lenovo Yoga Book is a great option for anyone looking for a cheap and versatile laptop that doesn't feel like a cheap piece of plastic. It's super flexible, ultra light and portable and most importantly it's brilliantly cheap. It's not the fastest machine but for basic tasks it's great.
If you're interested in the best ever Apple Macbook Pro - this is it. It comes with the new touchbar - a thin OLED display that runs along the top of the keyboard, giving Macs a touchscreen element for the first time. It also comes with a great screen and it's fast with plenty of graphics grunt. It's pricey but you're getting a luxurious laptop for the money.
The new Macbook is Apple's answer to the ultraportable laptop market. It's the successor to the Macbook Air, and is thinner and lighter than any Apple computer before it. It's not as powerful as the Macbook Pro but that's not the point of the Macbook - and it's battery life is amazing.
The Asus ROG Zephysus is an incredible gaming laptop - the best of the best. It's a Max-Q which means it's not only super powerful with a GTX 1080 GPU inside, but it's also really slim and portable which means you can take it with you far easier than a traditional top-end gaming laptop. The screen is stupendous as well - we really loved this laptop.
Read the full review: Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501
The gaming laptop above is the best there is, but this one is a superstar in the shadows. It doesn't quite have the same power as the high-end gaming laptops but it's still a great system and able to run the latest games on its full HD screen. The battery life isn't bad either - we played Tom Clandy's The Division on medium settings for two hours and the battery only dropped by 33%. This is definitely the best value gaming laptop around at the moment.
Read the full review: Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming
The Google Pixelbook is Google's best ever Chromebook. Running Chrome OS, it does away with all of the complexity of a Windows 10 or MacOS installation and runs everything from a Chrome browser. They've become mega popular in schools all over the world and with people who just want a computer that's easy to use.
Read the full review: Google Pixelbook
The Surface Pro is Microsoft's answer to the iPad - a touchscreen device running its own software in Windows 10. Except, it's so much more than an iPad. It's both a fully functional and powerful laptop, and a nimble, light and portable tablet that can slide into a bag without you even noticing it. Prices vary wildly but this version of the Surface Pro is the best ever and the first one that Microsoft has gotten just right.
Read the full review: Microsoft Surface Pro 4
The Acer Swift 3 is a brilliant laptop if you're looking for a powerful, portable laptop for less than £600. It looks great for a midrange ultrabook - you'd definitely think it cost a lot more money.
Read the full review: Acer Swift 3
The Asus Transformer Mini is a brilliantly portable 2-in-1 laptop. It's the most lightweight laptop in our list so perfect for portability. It has an Intel Atom processor so it's not super powerful but that's the price you pay for the thinness and the cheap price. A really great cheap laptop that gets the job done.
Read the full review: Asus Transformer Mini T102HA
If you're after a powerful 15-inch laptop with all the trimmings, the Dell XPS 15 is just for you. It's the bigger brother to the XPS 13 at the top of the list but carries many of the same design principles including amazing Infinity display, super powerful components and a stunning screen.
Read the full review: Dell XPS 15
If you're after the best laptop HP has to offer, look no further than the HP Spectre x360. Similarly priced compared to the Dell XPS 13 and actually the two are very similar indeed.
Read the full review: HP Spectre x360