Laptops & Computers

What should I consider when choosing a laptop?

Graphics card – if you plan to use demanding applications or games, choose a laptop with a separate graphics card. If you intend to run only non-demanding games and programs, an integrated graphics card is a good option.

Processor – for basic programs and applications, the Intel Core i3 will suffice; for more demanding programs and application, go for the Intel Core i5 or i7.
RAM – faster memory processes your requests in less time. 4 GB should be enough for less demanding applications, whereas 8, 16 or 32 GB is suitable for more demanding systems.

Storage – SSDs offer a faster but more expensive option; classic HDDs are sufficient for basic operation. For regular users, a disk size of at least 128 GB is recommended. If you want your notebook to store lots of games, movies and applications, you’ll need 258 GB or more.

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