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Random-access memory (RAM) is where your computer stores the data that you’re currently using. Casual users need about 4-8 GB. Heavy gamers use 8-16 GB while if you're crunching large sets of data or doing multimedia, 12 GB+ …Learn More
Think of your hard drive as your filing cabinet where you store all of your data. The more you have, the more information you can store.Learn More
There are three main types of drives: solid state (SSD), mechanical (MHD), and hybrid. SSDs typically deliver better performance as they read, write, and access data much faster than hard drives. MHDs have traditionally been …Learn More
Battery life varies dramatically due to the specs, design, and use of your laptop. It really depends on determining how portable you need to be and how often you'll be near an outlet.Learn More
Screen size is typically measured in inches, diagonally from corner to corner, and is a good indicator of how big your laptop will be. Everyday use and portability typically calls for screens around 15 inches or less, while …Learn More
On average, the larger the screen, the heavier the laptop will be. If you're going to be carrying your laptop around all day, you'll likely want it to weigh no more than 5 pounds.Learn More
Everything that goes on in your device will eventually go through the processor. Chances are pretty good that your laptop will have either an Intel or AMD processor, and they provide performance, speed, and responsive, …Learn More
A graphics processing unit (GPU) is a single-chip processor primarily used to manage and boost the performance of video and graphics. If you like to game or do heavy multimedia and creative tasks, pay attention to what GPU is …Learn More
There are two types of graphics: dedicated and integrated. An integrated GPU doesn't use its own RAM—it utilizes the system's memory, whereas a dedicated, or discrete, GPU has its own independent source of video memory, …Learn More
There are three common operating systems (OS): Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, and Google Chrome. Learn more about each at amazon.com/windows, amazon.com/apple, and amazon.com/chrome.Learn More
Millions of Amazon customers have shared their experiences and opinions with their fellow shoppers in the form of reviews. Customers rely on authentic insights from product owners to make purchasing decisions or to research …Learn More
New is just like it sounds—brand new. A refurbished product has been professionally restored. Used has 4 categories—all must work perfectly! Like new: an apparently untouched item in perfect condition. Very good: a …Learn More
Quite simply: How much to you want to invest in your new laptop?Learn More
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