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Things to consider when buying a Laptop

on May 7, 2012

Several brands of laptops are available in the market manufactured for the ease of consumer in their work and opening more ways for the entertainment industry. However comparing the various brands of laptops is difficult as every manufacturing company is putting its extreme effort to add more and more features to bring their branded the top priority. They have their pros and cons but the attraction makes you buy the brand that seems more appropriate to your needs. Some of the famous brands are Dell laptop, Compaq, Acer and HP laptops.

The reason that why people prefer Dell laptops over other brands is that Dell neither sell its products to retailers nor involve an intermediary between Dell and its consumers where Hp provides the laptops to your nearest computer shops where you can buy it at slightly high price than original. Both the brands are striving hard to cater the maximum needs of professional as well non-professional users. If you are confused about choosing the best laptop then read below some distinctive aspects of HP and Dell Laptops that will help you in buying a laptop.

How about buying a laptop with eye-catchy looks?

Laptops are designed in a way to attract the maximum number of people. Most of the laptops come in very sober design and pattern to be used to corporate levels. They are made in a view to be used by the upper level management as they give a mature look. In this area HP laptops lead the market by catering the needs of business community. The selection of laptop according to its shape and pattern can be decided by the personal interests of the user. If you a serious employee and wants to hold a laptop that add values to your personality then you should go with HP while Dell Laptop has also some designs that suit the needs of corporate people. It also covers designs of general interests. The teenagers can go with the funky stylish designs of Dell laptop. They also vary in features the latest laptop is equipped with latest technology to benefit the user.

Performance:

The hardware and software compatibility is one of the biggest issues selecting from used laptops. One must ensure the proper hardware specification of laptop before finalizing its purchase. For example, some used laptops are equipped with high voltage processors while some of them with low voltage but the feedback represents that the slight modification in process voltage do not affect the work as the standard voltage is enough to carry on your work for the whole day. There is slight difference in Dell and HP laptops with its performance but on average one can ignore it, as they are quite similar as far as performance is concerned.

Battery time

The battery backup time and battery life is also a crucial factor you should consider. Check if a laptop gives you good electricity back-up when you have to complete an important task while travelling. One of the most important criteria is to compare the price of both brands. It depends on you either you weight the quality more, the money or both.

The price comparison

The price structure and allocated funds are the key factors to prefer one brand over another. Dell has made it easier by offering quality products at comparable cheap process. Most of the potential buyers do not really know the reason behind cheap price of Dell products. The fact is that the Dell Company sells its branded dell laptops at its own retail outlets. It makes the laptop cheaper as the price do not include any profit share of mediator. While the HP sell its products by involving third party in the transaction that why HP laptops are high in prices as compared to dell laptops. The funds you have available to buy the laptop have a great impact on the decision to which the brand of your choice.

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One response to “Things to consider when buying a Laptop

  1. Ne-Cap says:

    Great job.
    Its very informative

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