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The Best New Laptop Computers For Windows 11 In 2021

Microsoft has said that owners of Windows 10 laptops whose machines fit the specification requirements can upgrade to Windows 11 for free.

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HP, Lenovo, Dell, Acer, Samsung, Dynabook and, of course, Microsoft itself are some of the PC makers that have shown the more impressive offerings for Windows 11.

Michael Goldstein, president and CEO of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Microsoft partner LAN Infotech -- which is also a member of CRN’s Security 100 -- told CRN in an interview that Microsoft’s own line of Windows 11 hardware, especially the Surface Pro X and Surface Duo 2, and the investment in improving the devices’ pens should entice buyers.

“The new additions to the line look really good,” Goldstein said.

[RELATED: 5 New Surface Devices Microsoft Just Announced ]

Kelly Yeh, president of Chantilly, Va.-based Microsoft partner Phalanx Technology Group, told CRN in an interview that although his company tries to stay PC agnostic, Lenovo’s line of Windows 11 PCs has him excited.

“Lenovo tends to be the best for partners in terms of being partner friendly, so if a client doesn‘t have any preference we push any Lenovo systems,” Yeh said.

Microsoft has said that owners of Windows 10 laptops whose machines fit the specification requirements can upgrade to Windows 11 for free, eliminating the need for a new laptop.

A recent report from Belgium-based IT asset management services provider Lansweeper, however, showed that more than 55 percent of workstations won’t automatically upgrade to Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 11 operating system due to the processing requirements.
Here are some of the Windows 11 PCs that have CRN excited.

 
 
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