It has followed you through thick and thin. It worked tirelessly for you.
Now it's time to reward its hard work with a due recognition. A quick click on your mouse means a vote in favour of your favourite laptop of the year.
But before you do that, have a quick gander at the nominees for the Laptop of the Year 2015.
Acer Aspire V15
Unassuming and simple. When you first lay your eyes on the Acer Aspire V15, that’s the sense you get from this laptop. It’s meant to do everything, with its full HD 15in display and a premium aluminium design giving it a sophisticated look too.
Welcome to the future. The new Apple MacBook represents everything we want in a MacBook with its slim design, amazing attention to details and above average specs. While it only comes with one USB-C port to do everything from data transfer to charging, it’s a step ahead of the laptops of today.
Asus Zenbook UX305
This is what the MacBook Air 13 should have been. Just like a MacBook Air, you won’t be running games on this sleek-looking and lightweight machine, but the Asus ZenBook UX305 is more than capable to get the work done.
Dell XPS 13
It’s not always about the specs. Though that is well covered by Dell with its XPS 13 notebook. Just like its competitors, the lightweight laptop is a sight to behold, complete with that shimmering metal surface and cool touch. Your only concern with this laptop? You can’t stop using it.
HP Spectre x360
Sure, if one laptop can flip 360 degrees, so can every other. But what makes the HP Spectre x360 stand out from the rest is its full-on metal design. That, and its amazing Bang & Olufsen sound system that’s music to your ears.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
The original business laptop that made other laptops look obsolete and dated is back. This time, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon gets a few upgrades along the way, including a 14in full HD touch screen and super fast solid state drives (starting from 128GB) to get things done before you can even blink your eyes.