In today’s day and age, with companies in a race to produce the cheapest laptops, it might be a daunting task to choose the perfect laptop for yourself. It is essential to choose a laptop that doesn’t compromise on essential specs to be available at a low price. Here are some key things that you should keep in mind.
The right operating system for you
Different people are comfortable with different operating systems. Therefore, it is absolutely necessary that you choose the correct operating system for your laptop. Different companies offer different operating systems for their laptops. Most devices are compatible with Windows OS. It goes without saying that Windows OS has a very simple and easy interface, and is a great platform to use for any kind of work.
Most of the latest laptops come with the latest version, the Windows 10 OS. MacOS, on the other hand, is preferred by a certain section of users who like working with Apple products. A huge advantage of using MacBooks is the security they provide. However, Linux is also used by people, mainly coders because Linux supports a number of programming languages.
Making sure that your laptop has a good processor should also be at the top of your checklist while buying a laptop. A good processor is what makes your laptop work effortlessly. Now is the age of cutting-edge technology, and processors like the Intel Core i3 or i5 processor work perfectly with 4 GB or 8 GB RAM to deliver commendable performance.
A little above 15 inches is generally the standard size for an effortless visual experience. But anything between 13 to 15 inches is also preferred by a lot of people for their portability. With a big display, reading documents, editing presentations or watching movies — everything is made easier. The Lenovo G50-80 is a great budget laptop with a 15.6-inch HD (1366 x 768 pixel resolution) display that is efficient in producing vivid and upscaled images.
Ample RAM size
RAM is the quick, accessible memory that stores the data that is needed by the processor. For bare computing essentials, a 4 GB RAM will suffice. But for people working on programming or graphic designing, 8 GB RAM is generally what is preferred. The HP 250 G6 (5UD96PA) Laptop (Celeron Dual Core) is an impressive under 25000 laptop that offers 4 GB RAM that ensures that your laptop works lag-free at all times.
Large internal storage capacity
The last thing you’d want to face while saving documents in your laptop is space crunch. Make sure that your laptop has ample hard disk storage capacity to never pose a problem while saving any kind of media files. Most standard laptops, no matter how cheap they are, do provide the users with a 1 TB hard disk drive.
As laptop prices in India go down, companies are always in a race to provide the most affordable laptops, to keep up with the competition. In this run, a lot of companies compromise on the battery life of laptops. This might not seem like a big deal but it can be quite gruelling to deal with in the long run.
Therefore, one should always make sure that their laptop has around 8 hours of battery life.
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