ow that you know why exactly you need a laptop and have determined what you are going to use it for, now is the time to identify the features that your notebook computer must have.
I am not a computer hardware guru and even though I know what the essential components of a laptop are I can’t really explain them. I guess it’s one of those things… (”Hey! I don’t know everything you know” :).
But fear not, I have identified three articles to learn all about notebook specs. (These links will open new browser windows. Read all the articles and then come back here…)
By the time, you finish reading the above articles, you’ll be equipped with the right information to make the best purchase but not before we tackle this one question.
What is the best notebook computer brand?
This is one of those questions that will never have a right or wrong answer. Let me explain… Everyone will answer this question based on his/ her experience or those to the people this person knows.
When I asked an IT manager, he said “HP” (Hewlett-Packard). “Why?”, said I. “I have bought five for the company and they have never let us down. On the other hand, a friend of mine got a Dell the other day and two weeks later the darn thing overheated and ceased to function!”, he replied.
When asked the same question, one of my friends who owns a multimedia design business assured me that Dell was the best bet because, their post-purchase service is excellent and Dell computers are good and reasonably pri