While it may not seem like it, business laptops need to have reliable and power-packed performance. In addition to that, the laptops need to be portable and offer decent battery mileage to remain productive while on the move. For business laptops, AMD Radeon graphics can be scored at a reasonable price point. Depending on your budget, you can have sufficient performance to drive good quality displays and some demanding applications. Here are the top business laptops with AMD Radeon Graphics.
Microsoft Surface Laptop 3
Microsoft Surface laptops are known to provide a remarkable Windows experience, and this one delivers on that front- the laptop is optimised for Windows usage, and the experience is noticeably seamless. The laptop’s 15-inch display is quite sharp and should serve productivity-oriented users rather well. You can multitask to your heart’s desire with help from the 8GB of RAM that is paired with a Ryzen 5 processor, making short work of applications and information management. The laptop only sports 128GB SSD storage, but users have the option to save their work on the cloud or to hook it up to external SSDs using one of the USB-C ports.
Acer Swift 3 Thin & Light Laptop
Here’s a thin and lightweight laptop that packs a dedicated AMD Radeon graphics card. It sports a 14-inch display, an octa-core Ryzen 7 4700U processor and dedicated AMD Radeon graphics. These processor and graphics combo will allow one component to help out the other, making for smooth performance, especially in 3D modelling apps, photo and video editing apps, and technical work as well. While running heavy applications, the 8GB of RAM will ensure there’s enough memory allocated for each task. Incidentally, the 512GB SSD is fast enough to help load important files and documents in a jiffy. Acer claims that the battery can last up to 11.5 hours, making it a great choice for people who travel frequently.
ASUS ZenBook 14 (2021)
Don’t let the looks of this laptop fool you – it packs in a punch in terms of performance. It features a 14-inch screen in a compact body. The backlit keyboard is properly spaced out for an amazing typing experience. You also get a set of 4 command keys, which is a nice addition. These, along with the internals, can really help you increase your productivity. Speaking of internals, this laptop comes with an AMD Ryzen 7 5700U, which has dedicated Radeon graphics, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage space. The laptop is built to handle intense tasks and aggressive multitasking.
ASUS VivoBook Ultra K15 (2021)
This robust looking laptop was built to sit on a desk and help you get things done. It features a full HD 15.6-inch display along with a large chassis that boasts a number pad and a host of function key operations. The keyboard deck also houses the fingerprint scanner for the system- a neat security feature to have in the modern day. On the inside, there’s a Ryzen 5 5500U, one of the most versatile and value for money processors on the market- it can handle anything from day to day tasks to light gaming to heavy, core intensive design and creative applications. Incidentally, performance in creative and design applications are enhanced thanks to the Radeon graphics. The 8GB of RAM and 512GB SSD assist the processor. The port selection is pretty good too, and you get a good mix of frequently used and occasionally used ports.