Best Touch Screen Laptops

While some still prefer the good old keyboard + touchpad input method, there are already many who are fluent with the touchscreen display input method. We have memorable tablet devices like the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab to thank for this revolution. Since the release of Windows 8, Microsoft has embraced touch inputs in its popular operating system. The current Windows 10 does this better than before. That's the reason we see more touchscreen-enabled laptops than ever before. But which one should you get? We believe a touchscreen-enabled laptop should have the right level of brightness, response, accruacy, and palm rejection. And so, to give you an idea of what to get, we have listed the best touchscreen laptops you can buy right now in India. Although the prices of the products mentioned in the list given below have been updated as of 28th Feb 2021, the list itself may have changed since it was last published due to the launch of new products in the market since then.

List of Best Touch Screen Laptops

Product Name Seller Price
HP Spectre x360 (2019) Flipkart ₹102999
Asus ZenBook Pro Duo Flipkart ₹265980
MICROSOFT SURFACE GO Flipkart ₹38599
HP PAVILION X360 14-CD0087TU Amazon ₹67500
ASUS ZENBOOK FLIP S N/A ₹130990
1.

HP SPECTRE X360 (2019)

HP's Spectre x360 has been one of the best (and costliest) touchscreen laptops in the market for quite a few years now and it is not going to stop now. The touchscreen panel on the device is responsive and easy to use, while the HP Pen stylus that accompanies it is lightweight and efficient. The 2019 model enjoys a slightly longer batter life compared to the 2018 model, a privacy guard for the display, and a refreshed exterior design. It's slim, lightweight, and sharp. Read our review of the HP Spectre x360 (2019) to learn more.

Pros

  • Eye-catching exterior design
  • Privacy guard for display
  • Slightly longer battery life

Cons

  • No precision touchpad (again!)
  • Sub-par audio output
  • Heavy price tag
Specifications
OS:Windows 10 Pro
Display:13.3" (3840x2160)
Processor:Intel Core i7-8565U Quad-Core | 1.8 GHz
Memory:512 GB SSD/16 GBGB DDR4
Weight:1.32 KG
Dimension:30.88 x 21.79 x 1.45 cm
Graphics Processor:NVIDIA Geforce MX250
Out of Stock ₹ 102999
Out of Stock ₹ 199000
2.

ASUS ZENBOOK PRO DUO

  • OSWindows 10 Pro
  • Display15.6" (3840 x 2160)
  • ProcessorIntel® Core™ i9-9980HK processor | 2.4 GHz
  • Memory256 GB NA/8 GBGB DDR4

Powered by an Intel 9th Gen Core i9 CPU, the ZenBook Pro Duo was unveiled a few days ahead of the 2019 Computex. It builds on the ZenBook Pro 15 by sporting a much larger, more usable second screen along with a primary touchscreen panel of 15.6-inch size.

Specifications
OS:Windows 10 Pro
Display:15.6" (3840 x 2160)
Processor:Intel® Core™ i9-9980HK processor | 2.4 GHz
Memory:256 GB NA/8 GBGB DDR4
Weight:2.5
Dimension:359 x 246 x 24
Graphics Processor:NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2060
Out of Stock ₹ 265980
Available ₹ 267990
3.

MICROSOFT SURFACE GO

Users who would rather get a portable tablet device or a hybrid instead of a conventional laptop can set their gaze on the Microsoft Surface Go. It has a 10-inch touchscreen display with resolution of 1800 x 1200 pixels packed into a body that's as sturdy as it is compact. The Microsoft Suface Go sells along with the optional Surface Go Type Cover keyboard and Surface Pen. You can read more about the Microsoft Surface Go in our review.

Pros

  • Solid build
  • Agreeable performance

Cons

  • Super expensive
  • Windows 10 is still unfit for small tablets
Specifications
OS:Windows
Screen Size (inch):10
Resolution:1800x1200
Memory:128 GB SSD/4 GB
Display Technology:PixelSense
Battery Life:6 hours
Processor | Processor Cores | Processor Speed:Intel’s Pentium Gold 4415Y|dual|1.6 GHz
Dimensions:NA
Available ₹ 38599
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4.

HP PAVILION X360 14-CD0087TU

The HP Pavilion x360 may be from last year but it's still a reliable device for anyone who wants a budget convertible laptop with decent computing power. Though it isn't the best in terms of response, the touchscreen panel on the HP Pavilion x360 won't let you down when you need to jot down some quick notes. The Pavilion x360 comes with a wide variety of ports, making connectivity easy. If you're looking for an even faster computing experience, upgrade to a solid-state drive on the Pavilion x360. Read more about this device in our review of it.

Pros

  • Impressive performance
  • Availability of IO ports
  • Reasonable price

Cons

  • Poor audio quality
  • Lack of precision touchpad
  • Ships with bloatware
Specifications
OS:Windows 10 Home
Display:14" (1920 x 1080)
Processor:8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 | 1.6 GHz
Memory:1 TB + 128 GB HDD + SSD/8GB DDR4
Weight:1.68
Dimension:323.5 x 224.2 x 19.7
Graphics Processor:Intel® UHD Graphics 620
Available ₹ 67500
5.

ASUS ZENBOOK FLIP S

If you're in the market for a Thin and Light Convertible that is both stylish and efficient, consider the Asus ZenBook Flip S. It may have been launched last year, but this model is still new at heart. The bright and colourful touchscreen panel on the ZenBook Flip S folds back all the way to turn into a tablet, making for easy holding and penning. To top it off, the performance is right up there with other models that sport an Intel Core i7 and 16GB of RAM. Read our review of the Asus ZenBook Flip S to learn more.

Pros

  • Excellent build and style
  • Top-notch performance
  • Bright and crisp display

Cons

  • Heat is felt on the keyboard
  • Two USB-C ports insufficient
  • Poor battery life
Specifications
OS:Windows 10 Pro
Display:13.3" (1920 X 1080)
Processor:Intel® Core™ i7-8550U | 1.8GHz dual-core with Turbo Boost
Memory:256 GB SSD/8GB LPDDR3
Weight:1.1
Dimension:NA
Graphics Processor:Integrated Intel® HD Graphics 620
Price:₹130990
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