Laptop purchase

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I want to buy a laptop of less cost and high configuration. Which laptop is better?

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It all depends on what the purpose of the laptop that you want to buy to use it for.  A gaming laptop is going to cost you a lot, while a simple laptop for school, used for word processing and maybe spreadsheets can maybe cost you a couple hundred.  Also, it depends on which brand you buy, but with that, the no-name brands may come cheap but cost you in the end.  Buyer beware.

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  • TomLiotta
    Go to a couple local stores and look at a few. Have a sales person give you sales pitches for different ones so you'll know a few things about what you want in a laptop. Then do on-line searches for laptops with characteristics that you want. Then make a choice. There is no "best" laptop. -- Tom
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  • jinteik
    i think you need to know what your budget is. then from there narrow down on the screen size and other specification and etc. different laptops are made to fit different usage.
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