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Buying a new laptop? Listen to find out how to find the right one for you. We look at the specs that matter most and which ones aren’t worth the extra money.
Welcome to Part Two of how to buy the best laptop for you. Last week was focused on getting a great price on your tech. This week we’re going to look a bit into the specs, specifically figuring out how much is enough and what’s just overpriced bells and whistles.
In today’s show, we’re examining how you’re using your tech so you can find the best solution for you.
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Buying a Laptop: Looking at the Specs
Everyone is different so my answer may be same as yours, however I do want to share some general guidelines to make the decision process that much easier.
I understand the basics; I used to build my desktops. But as I was sorting through laptops, I was a bit overwhelmed by the specs being thrown at me.
Fortunately, my husband keeps up with tech so I asked him questions and asked his advice as I whittled down my list to a few contenders.
Seeing that others are in the boat I was, I convinced him to come back on the podcast to answer some questions. So if you’re in the market for a new laptop, you might want to save this episode and give it another listen before you shop.
Resources Mentioned on the Site
There’s so much information out there, so here are a few resources we talked about on the podcast to help you find the best tech solution for you.
- What is a Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7? via Tech Quickie
- Intel Processors: What You Need to Know to Get Started via Tech Radar
- Intel’s 6 Generation Processors