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Itsmesophia
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« on: April 18, 2023, 04:40:33 pm »

Hello everyone,

I'm in the market for a new laptop to use for my business and I'm hoping to get some advice from fellow members. My main use for the laptop will be for work-related tasks such as word processing, email, and web browsing. I need a laptop that is fast, reliable, and has a good battery life. Portability is also important to me, as I will be taking it with me on business trips.

I'm not really sure what specs to look for, but I've been told that a fast processor and at least 8 GB of RAM are important for running multiple applications at once. I also want a decent amount of storage, at least 256 GB.

My budget is around $1000, but I'm willing to spend a bit more if necessary for the right laptop. I've been looking at some options online, but there are so many to choose from that it's hard to know which one is the best for my needs.

Does anyone have any recommendations for a laptop that would fit my requirements? Or any advice on what specs I should be looking for when shopping for a business laptop? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!




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Davidsmith
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« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2023, 02:54:41 pm »

For your business needs, you'll want a laptop with a fast processor, such as an Intel Core i5 or i7, and at least 8GB of RAM to handle multiple applications at once. Look for laptops with solid-state drives (SSDs) for faster boot times and better performance. A 256GB or larger SSD should provide enough storage for your needs. Consider laptops like the Dell XPS 13, HP Envy 13, and MacBook Air for their portability and battery life. Try to avoid older models or cheaper laptops with lower specs. Look for deals, but keep in mind that you may need to spend a bit more for a high-quality business laptop.

These resources may be helpful for you: https://www.pcguide.com/laptop/best-under-1000/
                                                          https://sturdybusiness.com/best-business-laptops-under-1000/
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« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2023, 01:11:18 am »

Hello!

It sounds like you have a clear idea of your needs, and you've already identified some important criteria for your business laptop. Based on your requirements, here are some general recommendations and considerations:

1. Processor:

Look for laptops with at least an Intel Core i5 or AMD Ryzen 5 processor. These should provide sufficient speed for your work-related tasks.
2. RAM:

Aim for 8 GB of RAM or more. This will help with smooth multitasking, especially if you're running multiple applications simultaneously.
3. Storage:

Considering your storage needs, aim for a laptop with at least 256 GB of SSD storage. SSDs are faster than traditional HDDs and can improve overall system responsiveness.
4. Battery Life:

Look for laptops with a good battery life, preferably 8 hours or more. This is important, especially during business trips where you might not always have access to a power source.
5. Portability:

Consider the weight and size of the laptop. A slim and lightweight design will be more convenient for business travel.
6. Build Quality:

Since you'll be using the laptop for business, a durable and well-built design is beneficial. Metal or high-quality plastic casings are common for business-oriented laptops.
7. Operating System:

Determine whether you prefer Windows, macOS, or are open to both. This might depend on your familiarity with the operating system and specific software requirements.
8. Brands and Models:

Consider reputable brands known for their business laptops, such as Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Asus. Specific models like Dell XPS, HP EliteBook, Lenovo ThinkPad, or Asus ZenBook could be worth looking into.
9. Budget:

Keep an eye on sales and promotions. Sometimes, you can find higher-end laptops within your budget if you catch a good deal.
10. Reviews:

Before making a final decision, read reviews from both experts and users to get a sense of real-world performance and any potential issues.
Taking all these factors into account, you should be able to find a laptop that suits your business needs. Good luck with your search!
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