Tips to consider when buying a notebook
Living in a world where technology is changing constantly, sometimes it may happen that what today is modern and new, in 6 months it becomes almost obsolete and outdated and our time and money gets wasted to renew any electronic equipment which has become outdated because we need to be with today’s time and not the past and for this there is a need of going through a buyer’s guide or searching for different aspects of a device. In the case of a notebook, there are some tips that should be undertaken before buying and these are:
Tip #1: What type of notebook you are looking for?
DualCore, Centrino, Sempron, Athlon and Celeron are very common terms as to notebooks and this may generate confusion when deciding which notebook to buy. Above all, if you are looking for a notebook which can serve as a replacement to your desktop PC or a mobile solution in which you can upload all documents and information you need to have with you at all times, then you will probably going to need a 17-inch widescreen display, a keyboard panel, and Pentium 4 processors, especially if you use your personal computer for multimedia use and to manage design and editing programs.
If, however, if you end up finding a notebook which has a battery that lasts longer, you have to choose between performance or prices:
Tip #2: Performance of a notebook:
Whichever notebook will have more features, the higher will be its price, this is the first thing to consider. Intel offers excellent performance in its notebooks, integrated with Celeron costs and benefits, enhanced memory, and it can handle many applications at once.
Tip #3: Price of a notebook:
It is interesting to note that there are some economic Mobile AMD Sempron notebooks available in the market. Though these have a smaller cache size, but are provided with a lot of opportunities to expand the RAM and hard drives.
Sempron notebooks are good and have better performance plus the battery lasts for 2 ½ hours, which is much more than what usually other notebook brands offer.
Tip #4: Intel notebook versus AMD notebook
Harnessing the battery is an important step taken by Intel with its processor. Intel’s Centrino Duo notebook of latest technology provides better results in terms of voltage savings and has always been an excellent choice for professional designers. On the other hand, AMD lagged behind from implementing technological advances especially for gamers who enjoy playing on the PC with a good processor. Currently, the technology is revolutionizing DualCore that divides the core microprocessors allowing us to use more and more applications in one go.
The most important point that should be noted when buying a notebook is that AMD and Intel are not the same and do not point to the same priorities. The other important thing to remember is that notebook manufacturers take advantage of different needs of the users and based on these technologies, launch separate notebooks that cater to the different needs of users, ranging from those engaged in online design, gamers, multimedia users and provide increased processor power and greater range of cache, as they feel appropriate.
How to Buy a Laptop or Notebook?
I just found on Amazon: 'Lenovo S10-3t 0651-37U 10.1-Inch Netbook (Black)' by Lenovo Direct for $499.99 http://bit.ly/aXIzx5
As akirchner said in the below comment that she needs to plug in that means she would like to buy a netbook with longer battery life plus it should be durable, then the new Lenovo S10 is meant for anyone who is these specs. I think it is possible to even configure this Lenovo small masterpiece with a touchscreen for a tablet-like experience and the screen can be rotated in all directions. Do not forget to read Amazon's review via the link above and at the side in Amazon widget and let me know how you found it. I think this netbook will work well for tagging home businesses and it is worth the price.
By the time, I will keep a close eye on other latest laptops, notebooks, and netbooks and publish more reviews whenever available.