Which laptop should you buy ?
This isn’t a question with a clear obvious answer. No matter your price category, there are simply too many different types of laptops to choose from. More to the point, there is no single best laptop because there is no single kind of user.
Everyone wants something different. Some people care more about specs. Others care more about screens. You might care more about having a laptop that looks good than having one that can run graphically demanding games. You might not.
So when people ask us which laptop or laptop brand is the best, we don’t give them an easy answer. Instead, we give them a list. A set of criteria that everyone should give some consideration towards before splurging on a new device. Ultimately, it’s your money. Taking the time to research and think about how best to spend it might sound a little more tedious and time-consuming than dropping into your local PC World, flashing that cash and walking out with A Shiny New Thing.
However, in the long run, it increases the likelihood of you both saving money and ending up with a product that actually suits your needs.
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A laptop won’t revolutionize the minutiae of your life the way a smartphone can. You can’t easily whip one out to kill time in the elevator, capture a breath-taking sunset, or pay for a cup of coffee.
But in the years since smartphones took on all these jobs, laptops have honed their own talents. Amazing battery life and breath-taking screens are now common, if you look in the right place for them.
The graphics muscle to play games at full HD is affordable. And those basic old-guard features that you won’t find on any mobile device, such as touchpads and full-size keyboards, tend to get better with almost every generation.