The laptops are on sale at computers and desk tops in the U.S. right now.
The average price per laptop is $1,942.
That’s up from $937 in October and $1:30 a year ago, according to data compiled by MacWorld magazine.
MacWorld reported last month that laptops were among the top three laptops to sell in 2018.
A laptop with a Core i5-4200U processor is on sale for $1.8 million.
The Intel Core i7-6700U processor was also available for $999.
The laptops include 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD and a full HD display.
They also have 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and USB 3.0 ports.
“They’re pretty good,” said Jeff Haggerty, senior director of research at MacWorld.
“I’ve been using one for a while now and it’s pretty easy to use.”
Dell and HP laptops are also on sale.
Dell is selling a 15-inch laptop with an i5 processor and 128GB storage for $849.
HP is selling the 15-incher with an Intel Core m5-2xxx processor for $799.99 and the 15.6-inch with an HD i7 CPU for $2,999.99.
Dell says the laptop has an Intel HD 4000 Graphics processor, 8GB RAM and 16GB of storage.
The company’s new XPS 13 laptops, which have an Intel i5 and 256GB storage, start at $1 a pop.
Apple, Lenovo and Samsung are also selling laptops with Intel i7 processors.
The prices are similar, but Dell’s laptop starts at $899.99 while HP’s starts at around $1 million.
Dell’s MacBook Pro 15, which costs $1 at launch, has a 15.4-inch display and 128 gigabytes of RAM.
It has an i7 processor and 64GB of SSD storage.
Lenovo’s XPS 12, which has a Core m3 processor, 256GB SSD storage and 4K video recording, has an 8th-generation Intel Core processor and 16 gigs of RAM in a 12-inch model.
The 12.6 inch MacBook Pro has an 18-core i5 chip and 256 gigabytes SSD storage, and the 12.9-inch MacBook Pro with an 11th-gen Intel Core is starting at $999, plus shipping.
Dell, HP and Dell’s own laptops have also seen increases.
In October, the Dell XPS 11 was priced at $2.9 million, while the HP 13 and 13 Pro are now $1 billion.
Lenovo and HP are selling the 13-inch and 15-inches in the same price range, with the 15 Pro starting at about $1 and the 13 Pro starting around $899, plus delivery.
Lenovo says it is selling laptops in the $999 to $2 million range.
“We have a great lineup of high-end laptops,” Lenovo spokesman Dan Kuchera said.
“That’s why we’ve done well with the launch of our 15 Pro and 12 Pro, but we’ve also had a strong start in 2018 with the 13.
It’s been a solid year for us with our XPS line of high end laptops.”
For a comparison, Dell is offering the XPS 15 at $799 with an upgraded Core i6-7600U CPU and 256 GB SSD storage for just $1 more than its predecessor, the X1.
Dell said it will offer the X7, X8 and X10 in the next few months.
The Dell X1 was announced in October at $749.
The laptop was made to compete with Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4.
It includes a 13.3-inch screen, 8 gigs of DDR3 RAM, an Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5100, Intel Iris Graphics 5200, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU and 256 gigs of storage space.
The 15-in-1 laptop has a 10.6 by 7.2-inch 1920 x 1080 display and a 1,024-by-768-pixel resolution.
HP has released a 13-in, 11-inch version of the 15 that has a 12.5-inch 15-point touch screen, 1,440 by 800-pixel wide resolution and a 2,560 by 1,536-pixel touchscreen.
HP also announced that the HP EliteBook E5440 will be available in October for $899 and the EliteBook 4550 in November for $949.
HP said its 14-in desktop is priced at about the same as the 15, with a 1.75-inch touch screen and 128 gigs of memory.
The HP ElitePad T5540 is the 14-inch desktop with an AMD Ryzen 5 processor and 256Gb of DDR4 RAM.
Dell also announced the HP XPS Pro 15 in November.
The notebook has a 13 inch, 11.6 x 9.6 touch screen with an