5G is taking its baby steps, or in fact, spreading its wings to your PCs, laptops, and smartphones. You can get the fastest and most stable wireless connection like the 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6. Remember those pandemic conspiracies that were spreading like wildfire through your Boomer WhatsApp? Well, wait till the time when 5G becomes so common to turn all of those rumors right!
To your surprise, there are quite a few technological conglomerates who are simply daring to introduce their PCs and Laptops with 5G and its cutting-edge technology! Slowly, this cellular connection will target your mobile carriers and invade your smartphones to surprise you with an internet speed that does not involve countless episodes of headbanging.
Best 5G Laptops with Fastest Cellular Connection
We have reviewed four 5G laptops that will help you build a stronger connection and set a record with their undeniable fast data speeds! These laptops are still waiting to be released for consumer market.
HP Elite Dragonfly G2
The Elite Dragonfly graced us with its presence in September. And we thought this little 2-in-1 13.3-inched laptop is the best we could get for our business. But then came the news that HP will release its Elite Dragonfly G2 in mid-2020 that will prove that the first one in these two-series laptops is relatively second best!
The Elite Dragonfly G2 features three new system updates in addition to its original 16GB RAM and 2TB of storage. One, the G2 laptop will function on a CPU that operates on Intel’s cutting-edge 10th generation platform. Two, you can finally get a taste of faster internet with Qualcomm X55 5G modem support! And three, it will have longer battery life and higher security with its Sure View privacy display and smart location tracking options.
Dell Latitude 9510
Dell Latitude 9510 is a business-savvy laptop with an attitude – and I am not even joking. Apart from putting the weight into consideration, there are two other things that an entrepreneur looks for in a working laptop. One, it should have a longer battery life – and by long, we don’t mean the usual 8-hours that every other brand claims to provide nowadays. Two, it should connect to almost any network with a cutting-edge faster speed!
And Dell Latitude 9510 claims to provide just the same with its 3.2 pounds, aluminum-trimmed, 14-inch laptop. But, even with those aluminum contours, you get to enjoy full HD and 400-nit displays within its 15-inch diagonal spread. Along with its 30-hour battery life (I know, unbelievable, right?), the Dell Latitude 9510 is all set to rip your pea-sized wallet with its 5G connectivity option.
Now, you can leave the charging cords and your internet device at home! All you need to do is take your laptop and 5G supported mobile phone to work!
Lenovo Yoga 5G (aka Flex 5G)
Flex and Yoga in the same sentence together? Must be some cutting-edge discovery…
Definitely! Lenovo was the first one to flex on its upcoming 5G technology in its brand new 2-in-1, 360-degree (no wonder it’s called Yoga, eh?) convertible laptop this year!
But that’s not all that it needs to flex on! Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx 5G Compute Platform, the Yoga 5G is also known for supporting 5G networks that aren’t exclusively mandated for business-savvy techs. The Yoga 5G not only comes with a built-in 5G modem but also supports the millimeter-wave full-band as well as sub-6GHZ 5G networks for better, faster, and all-day connectivity.
Also, the Yoga 5G has a battery that does not run out for 24 hours and a 14-inch frame that features full HD and 400-nit displays. What more do you possibly want?
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
Tablets are yesterday’s news – we know!
But, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is taking up all newcomers with its not-so-conventional design! Behold – a foldable 13.3-inched OLED display that runs on Windows 10 and has its own onscreen keyboard for rapid typing. But, not to worry – for old conventional hacks out there, simply connect your mechanical keyboard to the foldable laptop with the help of Bluetooth and have the clicking noise all to yourself.
The best part about Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold is not that it folds… but the fact that it also intends on providing 5G connectivity in the near future, possibly by mid-year. However, you cannot merely ignore X1 Fold’s impressive magnetic-fold technology, in case we did not mention it previously. One snap and that little leather folio will be as good as taking the spotlight from the cat in the hat!
Should I Buy A 5G Laptop?
So, why are we here? Well, unlike you, we have been hammering our head on our laptops and complaining about the snail fest of a connection we have! It isn’t every day that you hear HP and Dell coming up with a 5G carrier chip on their laptops. And before the pandemic struck with both arms, Verizon and Sprint had already decided to update their inventory and sell 5G PCs to the public.
So, why 5G, anyway? Why can’t we stay content with our laptops and their 4G and LTE carrier chips? Here is few key points:
Benefits of Laptops with 5G Chipset
- 5G is the brand new face of cutting-edge wireless technology!
- 5G is at least 100 times faster than the latent connection with which your Netflix runs on your laptop… and buffers every ten seconds.
- Built-in 5G will give every tech entrepreneur a chance to stay productive, connected, and on-the-go at all times!
- 5G networks are not created on equal bandwidths! Each 5G network has a significant range of data speed that is set by the mobile carrier in concern.
But the question is not whether you should buy a 5G laptop or not; the question is still pending, to be honest. 4G is still a hotshot in many urban areas like New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, etc. And speaking of civilization, 4G has yet to conquer the rural areas with its tremendous speed. Sure, many tech companies are launching laptops that ‘might’ run on 5G cellular connectivity. However, it could be until the mid of 2021 before it is put into gear in mass urban areas.
Consider the laptops we just discussed above. Apart from Lenovo’s Flex 5G, the rest of them are ideal for business-savvy situations.
But hey – faster is always better, right? The hare might have different opinions now!
All over the world, there are roughly 62% of phone addicts who rely on 4G for their daily internet usage. With nearly 2/3rds of the world’s population dependent on 4G today, 5G might have to test the waters to become mainstream.