Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Kaityseek : So you need it a laptop ?

So you need it a laptop but don't know where to
start. You're not alone. Buying a new laptop can present
many challenges, especially if you're unfamiliar with
laptops or notebook computers.

Over the last little while so much new laptop technology
has hit the market... Intel Duo Processors, SLI, Dual
Graphics... it can all be mind boggling to the common totally
consumer. For the very first time laptop buyer understanding
all of the techno jargon could be scary downright.

Because a totally new generation of notebook technology mainly
comes around every two years or less; probably much less
when you consider all the new advances made recently.
It can even be a little overwhelming even for someone
like myself who runs an online Laptop Guide and who has
a keen interest in all things laptop.

Regardless of all these fancy new improvements, devices
and notebook technology, you must remember you're buying
a new laptop for you and you alone. You must first
decide if all this new stuff is important to you?
Do you really need all this new notebook technology?

But primarily before you consider that relevant question you
must find out WHY you will want laptop first? Why are you currently
investing in a laptop? What tasks or chores would you like the
laptop to execute?

If you prefer a laptop for simple web browsing and just
emailing, a laptop made five years back can do the
job nicely and set you back a heck of lot less. You really
don't need a top grade laptop unless of course,
you're keeping up with the Jones and want the latest top
model of everything. But that's moving into Dr. Phil's

So what do you need the laptop for?

Do you need a lightweight portable laptop for business
trips or meetings? Do you need a student notebook for
classes? Or do just want a desktop replacement computer
that you can easily move around in your home?

Your answer will determine which kind of laptop greatly
you should purchase.

In my own case, A desktop was needed by me replacement that i possibly could
maneuver around my home and undertake very infrequent easily
vacations or trips. Long battery life had not been a major
consideration because I'd mainly be using it plugged
into an electrical outlet. Besides, the laptop I wanted
would be 7 or 8 pounds and I had no intentions of lugging

I work regular in the home and execute a complete large amount of web site design so
I needed a good machine with a whole large amount of RAM. I enjoy also
downloading and enjoying the casual movie so a DVD
Multi Drive and a broad screen display were important.
High quality graphics and sound was also important for
what I needed.

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