A couple weeks ago, we asked you what you wanted to know about the latest and greatest gadgets you can get in Canada, and you responded by sharing your own ideas about which gadgets are worth your time and money.
If you answered “new laptops,” we would love to hear about your picks.
Here are your top picks for your new laptop, as selected by our readers.
Note: This is a general list, and not a single review is guaranteed.
You can still get great deals, so check out our guide to buying a new PC or laptop for under $1000, for example.
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 10.1 eReader (Amazon Prime) The Amazon Kindle Fires are a great tablet for kids and young adults.
If that’s not enough, you can pick up the Kindle Fire for less than $60.
Amazon has a few models of the Kindle Fires, including the Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Voyage, Kindle Fire 2 and Kindle Fire XL, but they all offer a similar screen size, high resolution and performance.
If it’s an all-in-one tablet, the Kindle Edition is probably a better deal.
Amazon also offers a range of different eReader devices, but the Fire HDx 10.11 is probably the best value for most users.
You’ll find a full review of the Amazon Kindle eReader here.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Lenovo) This 13.3-inch laptop with 1080p resolution is one of the best budget laptops available for children and teens.
The ThinkPad T series is designed for a small office or a school setting.
If the price point is right, this is a solid value.
You should get the ThinkPad Carbon to get an entry-level laptop with the best price tag on the market.
Lenovo has also offered several ThinkPads with 1080P resolution for less money, including its Yoga Y series.
Dell Chromebook 13 (Dell) Dell’s Chromebook 13 is one the best-selling laptops in the US and it’s a good choice for students, too.
The 13-inch, 1080p Chromebook 13 can run Windows 8.1 and Android 4.4 KitKat.
Dell also has a range, which includes the Chromebook 11, which offers 1080p with a few tweaks to make it work with some of the latest Chromebooks.
Dell offers several Chromebooks that can run Android and Windows 8, but you can also get a Chromebook that’s the same price as the Chromebook 13, like the Chromebook 14, which is still available.
Asus Chromebook 14 (Bezel) The Asus Chromebook is a great Chromebook for students and teachers.
It’s the Chromebook with the same screen size as the MacBook Pro 15 and can run Ubuntu.
There’s also a Chromebook with a 1080p screen, the Asus Chromebook 11.
Asus has a whole range of Chromebooks and Chromebooks with 1080 p, and a Chromebook Pro 15 that’s currently selling for $299.5.
Toshiba Chromebook 2 (Toshiba) Toshiba’s Chromebook 2 is an all in one Chromebook for kids.
The Toshiba ThinkPad Chromebook is designed to run a variety of operating systems, including Windows, Ubuntu and ChromeOS.
If this is your first Chromebook, you’ll be very happy with the Toshiba ChromeOS Chromebook, which runs Windows 10 and has the best pricing.
Samsung Chromebook 13 Chromebook (Samsung) If you’re looking for a Chromebook for a more casual user, you should look no further than the Samsung Chromebook.
Samsung has a wide range of laptops with 1080 ppi screens that are very popular with parents and students.
The Chromebook 13 has a 1080 ppI screen, but it doesn’t have the same high resolution as the Dell Chromebook 14.
The Samsung Chromebook also has an HDMI port and USB-C port, but those are both USB-A ports.
Asus UX303 Chromebook (Bezelspeed) Asus’ new Chromebook, the Zenbook UX303, is a convertible laptop that can work with any Linux operating system.
It has an integrated webcam, which allows you to watch your web browsing on-screen and it also has some other nifty features like a keyboard dock that lets you use your Chromebook as a keyboard.
Asus offers a variety Chromebooks, including Chromebook 13 with 1080i, which can run a wide variety of Linux distributions.
Dell Book Pro 10.6 (Dells) The Dell BookPro 10.4 is a good Chromebook for college students.
It comes with a 13-incher processor and is a bit of a slouch for a laptop with such a large screen.
If your budget is in the $400-$600 range, the Dell BookPRO 10.5 is a nice option.
Lenovo Yoga 14 (Lenokastek) Lenovo’s Yoga 14 is a really good Chromebook with some cool features