Dell, Lenovo and Acer are all making laptops for less than $500 and still selling them for the price of $600.
It’s not hard to see why these brands are making laptops that are as good as the MacBook Airs and even better than the MacBook Pros.
The laptops have thin bezels, a USB-C port, and a keyboard dock for less bulk than Apple’s MacBook Air.
But if you’re looking for a laptop that can last longer than a $500 laptop, you’re out of luck.
These laptops are all pretty much useless and most of them are less than a year old.
Dell, for example, announced that its new 13-inch laptop, the 13-in-1, has a 10.1-inch touchscreen.
Acer’s 15-inch Aceras are getting laptops with a 13.3-inch screen and a 1,600 x 1,800 resolution.
Both Dell and Lenovo also announced their laptops with 1080p displays and other high-resolution features.
These are still pretty low-end laptops that won’t have any gaming or productivity benefits, but they’ll be useful if you want a laptop with a good battery life.
You’ll be able to buy some of these laptops for around $550 when they go on sale in the coming weeks, but you might want to wait until the end of the year or longer to buy one.
Lenovo’s new 13.5-inch Lenovo Yoga 13, for instance, is only $550 and will be available in August for $1,100.
Dell’s new 11-inch XPS 13 for $550 is coming in August and will cost $1 and up.
And Acer’s new 15-in1, 11-in.
Yoga 13 is getting a new laptop with an 8-inch touch screen, a 10-inch keyboard dock, and even a Thunderbolt 3 port, but it won’t be available until October.
If you need to get a laptop for under that $500 price, these laptops are still a good option.
You might want a little more money for the screen, keyboard dock and Thunderbolt 3.
Dell and Acer laptops can be found on Amazon, eBay, Best Buy, and Best Buy resellers.
Lenovo and Dell laptops will be arriving at stores across the United States later this month.