It used to be, you could get by without owning a computer. Not so anymore. Today, you have to have a computer to perform basic daily functions, from connecting with family and friends via text, email, and video chat, to accessing online school content and emailing teachers, to getting your entertainment fix by watching movies or listening to music. But before you buy your first laptop, the first thing you should do is narrow down your selection by looking at some of the best laptops around. For help, click over to the Intel Product Finder to find the best laptop for you. Here is one of the few things to take into consideration to help you identify the laptop that’s best for you.
Your computer’s processor is critical to what you’ll be able to do with it. Just like you’d never buy a car without finding out what it’s got under the hood—specifically, how powerful its engine is—you should never get a computer (Ultrabook™ convertible, laptop, all-in-one PC, or tablet) without first ensuring that you’ve got a processor fast and powerful enough to handle what you plan to throw at it.
Let’s consider another scenerio of a good athelete. If he is allowed to run with miniatures, he would definitely beat them to a large distance. But assuming he is given some extra luggage to carry and asked to compete again with the same people he ran with. This time he may win again, or maybe not, due to the weight he now carries.
But a very good athlete should be able to still win because during his years of training he must have learnt how to fight for the price despite anything that may want to slow him down.
The same applies to the processor and RAM. You should go for a PC that can store a lot of your files – high memory and still run at maximum speed – good processor