According to me Its definitely Asus ROG Zephyrus G15.
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These kinds of vague “what is best” questions are getting a little ridiculous. The best would just be the most expensive, fastest thing I could find. I am sure there’s a $200 million liquid nitrogen cooled quantum computer we could find. Put a little more thought into what you want: What’s your budget, what are your goals, how portable does it need to be, what kinds of games do you play. “Best” is such a vague thing.
Top 5 Best laptops in 2022?
1. Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 (2022)
The all-AMD 2022 refresh to the ROG Zephyrus G14 is a marvel. Not only does it have the strong performance needed to play recent big-name game releases, but it also has the essentials demanded of a great ultrabook: a comfortable keyboard, a huge smooth trackpad, a brilliant WQHD display, a small body, and nearly nine hours of battery life.
The premium metal chassis brings a lot of style to the machine, and the multitude of ports make the Zephyrus G14 suitable for conferences and impromptu presentations: HDMI 2.0b, a microSD card reader, two USB-C ports, and two USB-A ports. When it’s time to relax, the powerful Ryzen 9 processor and Radeon RX 6800S graphics card can kick into high gear and pump up to 120 frames per second for games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Far Cry 5.
2. Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Gen 6
If you’re looking for a solid gaming desktop replacement, Lenovo’s Legion 5 Pro Gen 6 is a top contender. It balances the right components with the right design and features at a competitive price, and its display was chosen with content creators and high-fidelity gamers in mind.
While we reviewed Lenovo’s model with an AMD Ryzen 7 5700H CPU and RTX 3070 GPU, the Legion 5 Pro Gen 6 is also available with an RTX 3060 graphics card and gets comparable performance to Acer’s Helios 300 on this list for the price—but the Legion has much better battery life. Its ray tracing performance is also better than the laptops configured with AMD graphics cards on this list, about 15-30 frames per second more in games like Metro Exodus and Cyberpunk 2077 at a 1080p resolution.
The display makes those high-fidelity graphics really pop, too. The Legion 5 Pro’s Quad HD (QHD) 2560×1600 resolution display has sharper images and improved clarity over a 1080p display. The combination of its juiced-up resolution and a 165Hz refresh rate create impressive visual spectacles. really make visuals pop. The laptop’s 16:10 aspect ratio is larger than similar 16:9 displays and the higher resolution can fill in that pixel density better than regular ol’ 1080p. This is another reason we recommend this Legion laptop over the Acer Helios 300 as far as value is concerned.
3. MSI GE76 Raider (2022)
MSI’s latest GE76 Raider is a flex on the gaming PC space. Its flagship hardware, from the Intel Core i9-12900HK to the Nvidia RTX 3080Ti, give this beast more performance prowess than most desktops. Its high-refresh 360Hz display is perfect for big-budget games—_Shadow of the Tomb Raider_ on its highest 1080p graphics settings ran at 160 frames per second in our testing. It’s also faster than the MacBook Pro 16 M1 Max for tasks like video encoding and 3D rendering. If you need a laptop that can churn through intense workloads, this one excels.
The build quality on the GE76 Raider is excellent. Audio sounds crisp and clear, there is a multitude of ports, and the laptop does a great job of keeping its internals cool. Unfortunately, such powerful hardware comes with drawbacks. While the internals stays relatively cool, the chassis can run on the hot side if you’re pushing the performance. Meanwhile, the three-hour battery life is poor, even for a gaming laptop. The Asus ROG Strix G15 AMD Advantage and the Razer Blade 14 both far outdo it in battery and user experience, with both lasting about eight to nine hours on one charge. They both also house excellent keyboards, trackpads, and displays on par with ultrabooks like the Dell XPS.
4. MSI Delta 15
As far as gaming laptops go, MSI’s Delta 15 is the most well-rounded and versatile laptop we have ever tested for both work and play. Its subtle, business-like design and near 10-hour battery life makes it a perfect professional companion, but its high-end processor and graphics card make it a powerful portable gaming machine, too.
The MSI Delta 15 easily reached over 60 frames per second at 1080p on the highest graphics preset in all the games we tested—even heavy-hitters like Control and Cyberpunk 2077. Esports fans should also be pleased with the MSI Delta 15’s 240Hz refresh rate display, as this laptop can also support frame rates that high; on the ultra graphics setting, this laptop reached an average of 174 fps while playing Overwatch, but can go much higher than that if you turn down the graphics preset.
This Delta 15 is also faster than other gaming laptops we’ve tested when it comes to content creation. Compared to the likes of Razer, Acer, and a few other gaming laptops from big-name brands, MSI’s Delta 15 can render 3D images and transcode 4K video to a lower resolution in mere minutes. It also has an extremely color-accurate display, although serious creative professionals will probably want a laptop with a higher color gamut coverage, not to mention the Delta 15 only has 300 nits of brightness.
5. Asus ROG Strix G15 AMD Advantage Edition
The Asus ROG Strix G15 AMD Advantage Edition is a unicorn among gaming laptops. With an amazing combination of hardware components, design, features, and battery life for its price point, it’d be hard to find another laptop that hits just as many high notes. It’s also one of the best laptops Asus has put out with an AMD processor and an AMD graphics card. Those two components in this form factor are truly a sight to behold.
The Ryzen 9 5900HX keeps programs running at tip-top speeds so every task feels snappy. Running 50 Chrome tabs at once, rendering 3D images, transcoding 4K video, working in Excel—it all flows seamlessly.
The Radeon RX 6800M GPU keeps your games running at high frame rates. At 1080p resolution, graphically demanding games like Control run at 96 fps on the highest graphical settings. Esports games like Overwatch reach up to 159 fps at the same settings, although to take advantage of the Strix G15’s 300Hz display, the graphics will need to be turned down.