If you are willing to buy a laptop, there are several things you should consider before buying going for it, be it Mac or Windows Laptop.
No one wants a good looking designed system or one that has a very high hard drive space that hangs for hours.
But to avoid such Faith Here are 4 things you should consider before buying a Laptop:
1. THE SPEED
Most individuals focus on the hard drive space, because they plan on storing photos, songs, games, movies etc. on their new device.
But shall it profit you if you have lots of space, but have to wait for several hours before an application loads?
The trick is if you want your device to be fast, you have to buy a fast storage.
Anything from 7200rpm (Revolution Per Minute) will do.
2. THE RAM
Don’t buy a Laptop that runs with a ram size below 4Gb.
If you happen to be a serious photo/ video editor or a gamer who wants lots of fast RAM then make sure you buy a PC with a 64-bit processor and Windows 7 64-bit.
Without getting too technical, the 32- bit version of Windows can’t use more than 4GB of system memory (actually less, thanks to graphics) so you need a 64-bit system if you plan to buy more than 4GB of system memory.
Say NO to Intel Pentium processors, gone are the days when they were the best money could buy.
We are now in the Intel Core series era, you should try the second generation series… Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7.
4. THE KEYBOARDS / TOUCH PADS
Although processors, RAM and the hard drive speed makes a big difference in the performance of a laptop, however these two output devices are something you will be using throughout the existence of the device.
The best laptop keyboards are the ones with firm support underneath the entire keyboard structure.
Considering that you might be need to type in a low light or dark room, you should buy a laptop with LED-Backlit keyboards
The best touchpads have excellent sensitivity and minimal lag so the cursor on the screen moves precisely along with your fingertip on the touchpad. Larger touchpads are generally a good thing (particularly if you plan on using multi-touch gestures on the touchpad surface).