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Buying the Right Laptop: Guide



Buying the right laptop can be hard, with so many to choose from it can get quite challenging.  So many tablets and other devices like phablets out there yet most people still prefer their laptop over those devices when work needs to be done. A laptops size makes it ideal for school and office work. It’s the best option for getting work done. But not all laptops are worth it. How can we make sure that the laptop we want is the one we actually need? Read on and let’s find out.

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Jot down list of features

First things first you need to make a list of features you want your laptop to have. Do you want a bigger screen yet want it to be light weight? Laptops come packed with features but not all the features are important so be sure to choose the laptop with the features you want.

What is your budget?

This is an important part in the process of choosing your laptop. You don’t have to use a fortune on buying a good laptop because you can get amazing prices with a smaller budget as well. In order to buy a low budget yet great laptop, do lots of research, read legit reviews on different laptops and then make the decision.

Pick an operating system

The most popular operating systems are Windows, Linux and Mac OS X (for apple products only). Choose whatever operating system you might have used in the past or whatever you think will suit you best. All three of these operating systems are different than each other so choose wisely because the way your laptop functions depends on this.

Battery life

Most people usually buy laptops with great battery life. Now this depends on you, if you use your laptop a lot without charging it too much then you need a laptop that has greater batter life, while on the other hand if you use your laptop at work and you have a power socket next to your desk then this shouldn’t be much of an issue for you.

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How long do you use your laptop?

Another thing to keep in mind when buying a laptop is that buy laptop according to how long you use it for. Now if you’re just a casual user that just uses their laptop for general email checking and work then you’re fine. But if you’re a high intensity game player or more demanding then you need a laptop with a high screen resolution, a big hard drive, quicker processor and much more. Yes these do laptops will cost you a bit more than normal laptops but they will be worth it in the long run.

Does it look appealing for you?

Some people will argue against this point and say as “as long as the laptop is doing what I want it to do then who cares about their look” well a lot of people actually do care about their look, they buy different cases or even customize their laptops to how they want it. So when buying a laptop if this part is important to you than chose carefully.

 

 

Some other features to look for

Some people want their laptop do be more than a laptop, well lots of companies offer two in one laptops which can turn into a tablet. IF you are interested in this sort of thing than definitely look more into it. Most companies’ also provide touch screen laptops these days as well. Some people don’t like the touch feature but most people don’t mind it. It’s a nice little feature to have.

i3, i5 or i7?

Do you want your laptop to be at its optimum capability or less? Most people will say yes to that but the laptops that have core i7 are on the more expensive side. Yes they are better so do look into it.

I hope you have a bit more knowledge in buying the perfect laptop for you. Make sure to check out the laptop properly. Does it have enough ram for you? Is there enough storage? Another thing to make sure of is that you should turn on the laptop in the store and see if the display resolution is good, if you don’t have the option to check it in store than check lots of reviews about it. Once you’re completely satisfied than buy it.



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