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White Laptops

Updated on August 20, 2013

Let’s face it, a laptop computer, in addition to being an incredibly useful tool, is also a fashion statement. When you are hanging out in your favorite café or bookstore or head out to the city park to do a bit of work, you want to look good. And part of looking good, being at the height of style, is for your laptop to look good too. After all, the tools you use should reflect your personality and your sense of style.

And when it comes to laptops, can you get more stylish, or more hip, than a laptop all in white? A white laptop will make you stand out from the computing crowd. No gray or black laptop for you, no way! For you, it’s got to be sleek and clean and attract the eye. For you, you just have to have a white laptop.

White laptops look cleaner than any other laptop color.
White laptops look cleaner than any other laptop color.

Brands of White Laptops

When it comes to white laptop computers, the first thing that will come to most people’s minds are the Apple Macbooks. And why not? These are some of the top of the line computers when it comes to white laptops.

The Apple Macbooks are a favorite among professionals in the design world and among those who love efficiency in their laptop computers. The operating systems of Apple and Macintosh computers are famous for their ease of use and organization, making them sleek, fast, and highly efficient. This means that not only will you look great with your all-white Apple laptop, you will be computing like the pros do.

Of course, there are other white laptops on the market that will please the eye as well as the mind. The Sony VAIO is one such stylish laptop computer. This laptop looks just stunning, with its white body and white keyboard. At the same time, this computer can get down to some serious work. With 500 gigs of storage and 4 gigs of RAM, you’ll be able to stream movies, work with graphics, and do your word processing with ease.

The Toshiba Satellite laptop is yet another computer that will give you what you need in terms of performance and memory while looking great on your table at the local coffee shop. This white laptop is so sleek and so modern looking that in some light it will seem to have a touch of silver to it. Sure to catch the eye, the whole café will be looking on with jealousy!

What to Look for in a White Laptop

Of course, when shopping for a white laptop, one of your considerations will be its clean good looks. After all, why buy a white laptop if you don’t want to be the envy of everyone’s eye? But what else should you be thinking about when you are purchasing a laptop?

Well, one of the things you need to decide when buying a white computer is just how big of a laptop you are going to need. And this has to do with both it actual physical size and the amount of memory and processing power your white laptop is going to give you.

White laptops come in a full range of sizes, from compact models that can almost fit in a large purse or backpack to much grander sizes with large screens and keyboards. You will have to decide which is more important to you. Is it the portability of a small white laptop, one you can carry with ease to class or work or to the café? Or is having a large working area, the screen and the keyboard, more important to you? Obviously, there are compromises you can make here too. You could go for one of the mid-sized white laptops.

Of course, you also don't have to limit yourself to a laptop. Today, tablets are like little computers at your fingertips. If instead of a laptop, you want something to carry around with you and really work for you, you might want to invest in a tablet instead. You don't have to break the bank to get one - you can find a cheap white tablet and still get amazing performance from it! Of course, that all depends on what you want and need from your computing device, and what you are willing to spend in order to receive one. If you want something very specific and they don't offer the tablet in white, you could go onto a site to find skins for the tablet.

Just as important will be how much memory and processing you need in your white laptop. Of course, having lots of storage and power are great, but will the price tag be worth it if you don’t really use all that space? Think about what you’ll really be using your laptop for and decide how much space you require.

Either way, big computer or small, your white laptop is going to look great. And you’ll look great using it.


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