There are too many laptop computers flying around us. This makes me often scratching my head searching for best laptop. And I know, sometimes you will wonder, "What should I buy?" or "Where can I get access to useful information regarding laptop computers?".
Obviously, I can't give you detailed, unbiased information regarding to laptop computers. There are times when my friends ask me what laptop computers they should buy. I only have one very simple, biased answer, "MacBook". Why? I don't know, I just love it.
I know it's not a great answer to help you determine what laptop computers you should buy. But there is a great site, Laptopical, that helps you determine it clearly. Let's see what can you get here.
Every laptop computers comes with their complete specs while they're being showcased. The company will certainly give out the technical specification for their products, such as Processor type, Display, Memory, Hard drive, Optical drive, Graphics, and many others alien language.
Inside Laptopical, you will find simple, straightforward basic of laptop computers buying guide. Let's use the explanation about Installed Memory as example :
The bare bones minimum RAM (random-access memory) is 1GB, any less and you may notice a lag in performance. Ideally you want at least 2GB for Windows Vista. Don't sweat about this too much. RAM is usually easy to upgrade, so you can install more memory further along the line.
And many more explanations can be found inside the guide.
If the review is made inside this site, I know that you won't believe me. I am too much of Apple fanboy. But in Laptopical, their reviews of MacBook Laptops are definitely unbiased and realistic; I don't think you can find unrealistic review like, "MacBook Air can be used to cut bread."
There is also a review of that points out the pros and cons of MacBook Air; It's extremely thin and light, with exclusive design and long battery life, and so on.
A picture is worth a thousand words, so I will use screenshot to explain how easy it's to navigate inside Laptopical.
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