Buying A Laptop On A Budget – Five Important Things That You Must Consider First

Buying A Laptop On A Budget – Five Important Things That You Must Consider First

With the introduction of iPads and notebooks, laptop computers are getting more advanced and thinner.  These innovations have also driven the price of a laptop down. Even with a reduced price, a new laptop can be a major expenditure for the average consumer on a budget.  You want to get the most for your dollar while at the same time getting the features that you need.  Add to that getting a computer that is not outdated the minute you walk out the door of the reseller. Five Main Areas to Consider When Purchasing a Laptop The Size of the Laptop In most instances, the size of the laptop is a personal preference.  If you have a specific size in mind, you may have to pay more than if the size doesn’t matter to you.  The most economical laptops in today’s market weight around 8 pounds.  There are laptops that are ultra portable weighing in at 3 pounds, however, you will pay a higher price for these sleek new systems. Your budget will go much further if you stick to a mid-size laptop. The Screen of the Laptop The size of the laptop and the screen size tend to go hand-in-hand.  In most instances, a 15 inch screen that comes with a standard laptop is more than adequate for most users.  Be cautious with purchasing a laptop with a larger screen such as a 17 inch screen.  One of our customers came in looking for a case to carry their computer and we had to special order a case due to the size.  The savings they received from purchasing a...
Myrtle Beach Computers With Tips for Cutting Down on Computer Screen Glare

Myrtle Beach Computers With Tips for Cutting Down on Computer Screen Glare

Myrtle Beach Computers With Tips for Cutting Down on Computer Screen Glare Many people experience headaches or eye strain when working on their computers for long periods of time.  One of the contributing factors to these conditions is your screen.  Myrtle Beach Computers would like to provide some advice to cut down on your computer screen glare and get you back on track. In the past people didn’t think about their screen and possible physical problems.  When you were younger did your mother warn you about sitting too close to the TV?  Many people will turn the lights down in their office and turn the brightness of their monitor up in an effort to see the screen better.  This is the same as sitting too close to your television – and your mother was right – it’s not good for your eyes. In today’s world a computer is a necessity.  Whether you work in an office away from home or in your home office, you rely on your computer to do business.  Do you find yourself leaving your business office and them getting home and sitting down again at a computer?  Is there anything we can do to stop the strain on your eyes?  Myrtle Beach Computers PCRx says yes!  We have the right prescription for your computer screen glare. Tip #1 – Unplug your laptop. Laptop computers usually have a battery life of three to four hours when unplugged.  If your laptop is plugged into an outlet it is running on AC power and the screen is brighter.  So the solution is to simply unplug your laptop when...