I want to buy a new laptop. What are some suggestions?
Start with your requirements. What do you want to do with your laptop? The laptop specs will depend upon that. OEM vendors have introduced different laptop lines for different types of work. Let’s take HP for instance. They have the Probooks and Elitebooks for business professionals, the Z Books for high-end work like video animation, data science, architecture, etc. Similarly, they have the Victus and Omen series of laptops for gamers and a consumer series for basic usage. Once you’ve decided a series of laptops based on your profession, find out the specs recommended by the ISVs of the applications you intend to run. If you’re running the Adobe suite for instance, then check Adobe’s website for the recommended specs to run the application. Choose a model based on these two aspects. Third, check for warranty terms and conditions. Some vendors gice the same duration of warranty for the battery and power adapter as the laptop while others don’t. Lastly, look for the best deals and discounts on the chosen device to get the best bang for the buck.
If you have an all-rounder computation requirement you can check out the HP Pavilion 14-dv2016TU. Powered by a 12th Gen Intel Core i5 CPU, Intel Iris-Xe GPU and 16 GB RAM, it’s a perfect combination for performance.
If you want to learn more about desktops and laptops, read more blogs on the Tech4Growth section on DQIndia’s website or the NextGenIT on CiOL’s website.
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