A trip to the Disney Store will always be a trip to Disney’s Computer Accessories department.
From the sleek new Apple Macbook Pro laptops to the $300 Apple Watch to the latest Apple TV and Apple TV Stick, there’s a computer accessory that’s been designed to give you a full-featured computing experience for the entire family.
In this guide, we’ve got a rundown of the most popular computer accessories on sale right now, the most important features they have, and the best deals available.
If you’re looking for a new laptop, the Apple MacBook Pro 13″ is the most common choice for a home PC, but it can be hard to find a good deal on the latest version.
There’s also the Dell XPS 13 13″ which is the closest competitor to the Apple laptop, but you might want to consider the Dell U13 13″ for that price.
If it’s the first computer you buy, you should definitely check out the Asus XPS 12″ or the Razer Blade 13.
In terms of laptops, we have a bunch of options for gaming and entertainment, but most of the time we prefer the Dell Inspiron 13 13 13-inch, Dell Inspirons 15″ and Dell Inspire 17 15″ laptops.
Most of the other laptops on the list are slightly older models, but if you’re in the market for an ultraportable laptop, you’re probably looking for the Acer Aspire V Pro, which has a more affordable price tag than most other laptops.
For the more casual crowd, we also have the Asus Maximus V Pro 14 15-inch and Lenovo IdeaPad X220s 15″ notebooks.
For those looking for an entry-level laptop, look no further than the Toshiba Satellite A400 15″ laptop.
For more high-end gaming, look to the Intel Core i7-5930U, the Intel HD Graphics 5800, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070, or the Nvidia GTX 980 Ti.
The Intel Core M-7200U and the AMD Ryzen 7 1800X are the best choice for those who want a full desktop gaming experience, and both are also available in higher-end configurations.
If the MacBook Pro 15″ is your top pick, then we have the new 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina display, which we recommend if you want the most detail.
The 13″ version is available in the $1,200-plus price range, and it features a 1366×768 resolution and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, which will let you play and stream games from your home network.
It also has USB-C and Thunderbolt ports.
For even more performance, the 13″ model comes with 4GB of RAM and an Nvidia GeForce 8400M graphics chip, but we also recommend upgrading to the more powerful GeForce GTX 1050, which is $1.1,000 more expensive than the 14″ model.
You can also upgrade to the new Core i9-5960X, which features the new Nvidia GeForce 9800M GPU and the Intel Iris Pro graphics processor.
If your goal is more performance and less storage space, you might be interested in the Intel Xeon E5-2687 v4 with 8GB of DDR4 RAM, which comes with a 4GB GDDR5X memory kit and an Intel Iris Graphics processor.
The 15″ model is also available for $1-1,400, but that comes with an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 CPU, 512GB of PCIe SSD, a 256GB PCIe SSD for gaming, and Thunderbolt connectivity.
If that’s not enough to keep you interested in a high-performance laptop, we still recommend getting the AMD Radeon RX 480 8GB, which costs $1K more than the 16GB model.
The Dell Inspiration 13 13, which ships in May for $2,999, is also a good option if you like the look and feel of the 15- or 15.6-inch models, and we’ve also got the Inspiration 15 15, which you can find for $3,399, but the Dell’s other models will cost you more than $3K.
If this isn’t your thing, then the Dell IdeaPad E15 15-” will be your best option.
The Inspiration 16 15-in-1 laptop has a 13.3-inch display, a 1TB SSD, an Intel HD graphics processor, and a 512GB PCIe PCIe SSD.
The 12.3″ model has a 1.5TB SSD and is available for just $1k.
Dell’s Inspiration 17 15-incher, which can be upgraded to the 16-inch model for $7,499, has a 5th-generation Intel Core processor and Nvidia GeForce graphics chips, and comes with Nvidia’s VR Ready technology.
If memory is more of your thing and you’re interested in upgrading your laptop, then you’ll want to upgrade to an Intel Xeon Phi processor, which goes for $5,000, and