You should consult a lawyer.
It may be possible to do this, depending on the products in question, your legal jurisdiction, the legal jurisdiction(s) in which the products have IP protections, and so on. You're going to need a lawyer to help you unravel all the tangled, varied license legalese though.
You specifically cite the example of laptops, and the branding on those laptops. That branding is almost certainly going to require complying with license terms (here are legal notices containing relevant data for Acer, Apple, HP, Lenovo and Microsoft, just to name a few... and some of those are US-specific).
Other sorts of products may vary, you're going to want to do research and confirm the legality of using every single item you want, probably individually, as there aren't really many blanket rules.
Guns and cars do require licensing from the appropriate manufacturers, for example. And while it might be acceptable to model a coffee mug that is "exactly like" some other generic coffee mug, you probably can't model it exactly like a specific coffee mug because the logos on the mug might be protected by intellectual property laws, as before. There are even logos and branding that one might assume is safe for public use, being from government agencies, but even that is often covered by some kind of protection.
In short, even if you can afford a lawyer to help track down and make all the arrangements, I question that the result would be worth the time, effort and cost. Generally if you're trying to find out "how close" you can mimic a thing without legal repercussions you are on the wrong path and should find a new one.