Sunday, March 16, 2014

Laptop Advisor Importance For Gadget Lovers

Hi All of My Blog Readers,

15th January 2014, Wednesday - At Twitter I found one person who is IT specialist with 15 years experience, web editor, and dad of 3 sons. He loves gadgets and travel

And His Name is "Alan Smith", also helped me through his website

Yes, you can find the best laptops under $200, $300, $400,$500, $600,$1000 especially for college student or gaming laptops in 2014.

I also joined him at Facebook at -

Alan Smith Twitter Profile (I am following...) -
If you are considering purchasing a new laptop and a tablet, think about a convertible laptop. Convertible laptops are basically like a tablet mixed with a laptop, and you will spend less on this option than you would if you purchased the two units separately.

Know how much you're going to spend on your new computer before you head out to buy a laptop. Are you a PC or a Windows person? Macs provide impressive graphics technology making them perfect for those who thrive on advanced graphics.

Carefully consider the laptop weighs. A weighty laptop can mean trouble for your shoulders and back muscles, so you should try and get a light one that is easy to carry. Lighter should not necessarily mean more expensive.

Integrated chips are not as fast and may stutter if play a lot of the time. Decide whether you require a quad-core chip and a dual-core processor.

The size of the hard drive is also important. There was a time when a 10 or 20 gigabyte hard drive was more than adequate. As operation systems grow and programs require more space to install, buying a laptop with a much larger drive is important, if not vital to the extended use of the machine. Drives with capacities of 200 to 500 gigabytes are common and drives that measure in the terabyte range are becoming increasingly available. If the user works with large graphic, video and sound files, the larger hard drives will give him or her adequate room to work with and store them.

Another consideration is determining what kind of external ports will be needed to hook up peripherals. USB ports are pretty much standard, but the buyer should determine how many will be required and make sure they are installed. PCMCIA cards are not as prevalent as they once were. Therefore, adding additional ports later in that way may not be an option. Video ports are important to plan for as well. Most laptops have VGA outputs for hooking up an additional monitor. Many come with HDMI outputs as well. Consider this if you will be hooking up to an LCD television for presentations.

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