Looking to buy an excellent laptop for school before you have to start back up in the fall? The following are the top five laptops on the market for students going back to school.
The gigantic 17.3 inch screen of the Inspiron 17R-2nd Generation will put you in awe the first time you see it and this goliath of a computer will help you study through the late hours of the nights. It is market as “Your Ultimate Study Partner” and is sold for $749.99 and comes with 15 months of McAffe Security Center for protection. Furthermore, with its 8GB memory and 2nd Generation Intel Core i5 it is essentially a portable desktop computer. You can do and save anything on the Inspiron. The only drawback that it has is that it weighs in at about seven pounds so it is not sleek, sexy, or light to carry around. If the Inspiron interests you check out this link www.dell.com.
If you want to be the most popular tech kid at school you better show up with your MacBook Pro in hand. This laptop has the newest quad-core Intel Core i7 processor; the latest in Thunderbolt technology that will allow you to transport data in the blink of an eye; and a AMD Radeon graphic processor that is so sharp you will think everything on your computer is real. MacBook Pros are quite expensive starting at $1199 with a 13 inch screen and at $2499 for the 17 inch screen. Moreover, they are not exactly the best for running Microsoft applications on and using Microsoft applications is an essential part of school work. However, the MacBook Pros are great for lightening fast web research and multimedia management. Check out this link if you’re interested in the MacBook Pro www.apple.com.
The MacBook Air is similar to its cousin the MacBook Pro with the exception of weight, cost, and some snazzy feature. Like the Pro, Air has the Intel Core i7 processor and Thunderbolt technology, but the Air is also vetted out with a backlit keyboard and all-flash storage. The MacBook Air is also paper-thin and cost only $999. However, the Air has the same drawbacks as the Pro with is sub-optimal ability to interface with Microsoft applications. Check at the MacBook Air at www.apple.com.
The Ethos is another mammoth laptop, weighing in at almost nine pounds with an 18 inch screen, that can help supplant the home laptop at school if that is required. Its Sandy Bridge Core i7-2630QM 2Ghz quad-core processor and 8GB memory can handle about any amount of that you will have to do in class. Moreover, the multimedia abilities of the computer would allow you to easily get video or presentation project completed. The Ethos also has better compatibility with the Microsoft applications than the Macs. It is moderately priced at $1,599.00.
The Dell XPS has the top-of-the-market yet standard 2nd generation Intel Core processor with 8GB of memory, but it only costs $1199.99. It is a midsized laptop cannot really be seen as a supplement to desktop, but it is portable and durable, both things that students need. Furthermore, it has excellent compatibility with Microsoft applications and is a high-class standard that even those who are novices to technology quickly learn to use. To learn more about the Dell XPS check out this link www.dell.com.