Best Laptops to Take On Your Travels




We’re living in fortunate times, where technology has advanced to the point where many computers are built compact enough to be able to easily pack into a rucksack or suitcase, and lightweight enough to take on your many travels. You might be needing to take a laptop with you due to business and need a device that lets you work from your hotel room, or you might just want to take one for leisure reasons, and desire to be able to enjoy the benefits of having a computer as you journey around.

(TOP: The super lightweight Macbook Air is perfect for travel).

If that’s the case, we’re here to highlight some of the best options available to you. These laptops are perfect for travel. It doesn’t matter whether your adventures take you around Kenya, further afield in Africa, or even far overseas, any of our carefully selected choices will make an outstanding travel companion.

Apple Macbook Air

Whilst this laptop is definitely one of the more expensive on the market, with it being priced around Kshs 124,999 for the 256 GB model, and around Kshs 154,499 for the 512GB one, if your budget can afford it, it’s a dream machine for anyone who’s on the move. The Apple MacBook Air M1 is as its name suggests, about as light as it’s possible for a laptop to be. It weighs in at a featherweight of 1.27kg, which means you’ll barely even notice it as you carry your bags far and wide.

Don’t think for a second, though, that this lack of weight results in a lack of function. This super sleek computer has 8GB of unified memory, a 13.3-inch retina display that can display millions of colours, and just under 15 hours of battery life, which is seriously impressive.

For those who must have the latest tech, Apple is about to release the Macbook Air M2, which promises to elevate this already spectacular laptop to even higher levels, although this will obviously come with an even steeper price tag.

Lenovo IdeaPad 3 

If you’re on a bit more of a smaller budget, then this choice is ideal. The Lenovo IdeaPad 3 retails at around Kshs 69,499, but whilst it might be reasonably priced for a laptop, it comes packed with quality hardware. There’s an Intel Core i5-1035G1 quad-core processor inside, which might be technical jargon for us laymen, but basically means it will have the power needed to complete all the tasks a laptop needs to fulfil. It also has 8GB of memory, and a 14-inch LED-backlit screen with an anti-glare display.

This is the ideal choice for those who wish to use their laptop for purely boredom-killing during any downtime they have on their escapades. As long as you have internet access, it’s faultless for movie streaming in hotels or even online gaming. Yup, no matter the genre, whether it’s racing simulations, first-person shooters, or gambling games that get you going, this laptop can handle it with no problem.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 4 

When it comes to the tablet vs laptop, which is the best for remote work debate, if you come down nearer to the tablet side of things, then this will definitely be the entry for you. Whilst it’s technically a tablet, because of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4’s attachable keyboard, it can quickly transform into a competent computer, useable for typing out important work or just crafting emails.

Plus, what it has over a standard laptop, is the ability to draw on its amazing touch-screen, using its Surface Pen technology. This is an amazing experience and would work wonderfully for someone especially creative who wanted to document the beauty of their travels in artistic form.

It’s not too pricey a technology to have either, with it costing around Kshs 65,000. For this, you get all the features mentioned above, plus a 12.3-inch PixelSense screen, 16GB of RAM, and up to ten hours of battery life. It’s certainly the tablet that could see you wave goodbye to a ‘normal’ laptop, and say hello to the world of hybrids. Would be a superb travel buddy.

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