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I am telling you some tips for buying a good laptop.Its very handy

Home user

If you are just buying a laptop for your hoem use.this might come handy,i am sure.laptops can offer similar performance and features to those of a desktop PC and can be easily moved from room to room. Though of course almost any notebook will do for typical home use.


Try to get these basic requirements on your laptop if you are a home user

AMD Turion 64, AMD Turion 64 X2, Intel Core Duo,
/ Intel Core 2 Duo


At least 1GB of memory
Large hard drive for storing digital photos and video

14.1-inch display or larger
Fixed or swappable DVD burner
Wired and wireless networking
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium or Apple Mac OS X


If you are a Student

Then follow these tips ::.

Look for a laptop that delivers the most bang for the buck. In particular, students need a notebook that is small and light enough to lug back and forth across campus but rugged enough to withstand bouncing around in a backpack.

Try to get these basic requirements on your laptop if you are a student

AMD Turion 64, AMD Turion 64 X2, Intel Core Duo, or Intel Core 2 Duo
At least 1GB of memory
Big hard drive to hold all those MP3s
DVD burner for backups and class projects
Wired and wireless networking for network-equipped classrooms and dorm rooms
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium or Apple Mac OS X


Regular User(rough use)

If you spend a lot of time on the road, size and weight are the two most critical factors in choosing a new notebook--even if it means sacrificing a little on performance and features. The smallest and lightest notebooks, ultraportables, weigh less than four pounds and are no thicker than a spiral-bound notebook.

Try to get these basic requirements on your laptop if you are a regular user


AMD Turion 64, AMD Turion 64 X2, Intel Core Solo, or Intel Core Duo
At least 1GB of memory
A 13.3-inch display or smaller
Wired and wireless networking
Extended battery for those cross-country flights
Media slice or external CD-RW/DVD drive
Port replicator for the desk
Microsoft Windows Vista Business


Business Figures

If you are busy business man,you rely on the same notebook at work, at home, and on the road, you need a well-balanced system. And it has to deliver the performance to keep up with a wide range of applications. A thin-and-light is just the ticket.


Try to get these basic requirements on your laptop if you are a Business Man


AMD Turion 64 X2 or Intel Core 2 Duo
At least 1GB of memory, preferably 2GB for Windows Vista
Midsize hard drive
A 14-inch or 15.4-inch display
Dual-layer DVD burner
Wired and wireless networking
Extra battery
Microsoft Windows Vista Business or Windows Vista Ultimate


Multimedia user or gamer


If you ar interested in gaming/a graphic designing like that...you need powerfull laptops.you demand more from a notebook, you'll need a true desktop replacement. Whether you're designing a Web site, editing home movies, or mowing down aliens, your notebook will demand a powerful processor, plenty of memory, great graphics, and a healthy hard drive.

Try to get these basic requirements on your laptop if you are a gamer/graphics worker
AMD Turion 64 X2, Intel Core 2 Duo, or Intel Core 2 Extreme
2GB or more of memory
A 15.4-inch display or larger
Advanced graphics card with 256MB or 512MB of its own memory or dual SLI graphics
The largest and fastest hard drive available
Dual-layer DVD burner, possibly HD-DVD or Blu-Ray compatible
Multimedia connectors, such as S-Video, HDMI, FireWire, S/PDIF
External keyboard and mouse
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium or Ultimate, or Apple Mac OS X

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