When we want to buy a new laptop, price is one of the most important factors we should take into consideration. But all of us want to buy the laptops which own both performance and affordability. If you are looking to buy a new laptop, you find yourself wanting more of everything. Some of us, however, don’t want or can’t afford every feature offered by laptop manufacturers. Here in this article, we will have a talk about how to save money at no sacrifice of performance or other features when buying a laptop.
Backlit keyboards are all the rage. For some laptops, such as the first generation Macbook Air, the lack of keyboard backlighting was a sticking point. A backlit keyboard, however, will decrease your notebook’s battery life and is generally only available on more expensive notebooks. If you can touch-type, or want the best battery life possible, consider skipping a backlit keyboard. In most cases, an overhead light isn’t far away. The need for speed is insatiable, and Intel’s Core i5 and i7 processors offer some of the fastest speeds around. Others, however, are just interested in browsing the Internet, listening to music and word processing.
For gamers today, discrete graphics aren’t a luxury, they’re a necessity. Without a GPU, such games as “Skyrim” and “Arkham City” are unplayable, and low-end games such as “World of Warcraft” stutter along. Video editors equally rely on discrete graphics to edit and manipulate footage in 1080p. Everything is going digital, from movies and music to games and software. As hard drives’ storage capacity increases and wireless connectivity expands making large files such as HD movies and video games increasingly easy to transmit over the Internet and store on your notebook-the need for a dedicated optical drive dwindles.
Laptop theft is a serious issue. Just ask anyone who has stepped away from his or her notebook for a minute, only to return and find it missing. Enter the Kensington Security Slot, an anti-theft system that consists of a metal-reinforced hole on the side of the notebook, to which a lock and cable can be attached. Some of us want the best of both worlds. The mobility of a notebook combined with the screen real estate of a desktop monitor. If you’re someone who can’t get a large enough screen, the ability to attach your laptop to a monitor or TV is non-negotiable and until recently, that meant your laptop had to have a VGA port.
If you take all the above factors into consideration, you can buy a more functional but more affordable laptop.