Buying a computer is a lot like buying a car. You need to know what your price range is and what features you want/need to have. You need to have a clear idea of what you want to be able to do with your computer and how others who use your computer will use it. You also need to figure out often you want to upgrade your computer.
Just a few years ago gaming on a laptop would have been nearly impossible, or somewhat possible, but very expensive.Â Fortunately as time moved on, technology has become cheaper and affordable laptop gaming became possible.Â Gaming on desktops still had advantages such as quad-core processors and upgradeability but for the gamer on the go, this guide will help you find the perfect gaming laptop.
Gaming laptops can run upwards of $3,000 but most people don’t want to spend that much on a dedicated gaming laptop.Â Desktops will always be best for gaming but when you need to go on the road and get some work done, here are five laptops that should fit the bill without breaking the bank.
Buying guide: how to buy a low-cost subnotebook – Asus EeePC, Everex Cloudbook, or HP Mini-Note 2133?
Not long ago I was looking to buy a subnotebook computer, and there really wasn’t much of a choice unless I willing to spend at least a couple of thousand dollars. Then, with the arrival of the sub $500 Asus EeePC, the game changed completely.
Wondering how to buy the right Windows notebook/laptop (sometimes called a PC notebook)? It’s easy to get confused by all the options available, which is why we’ve put together this comprehensive guide.