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What Are the Best School Laptops Available on the Market Today?

I am a new high school student looking for an affordable and durable laptop that I can use for my studies. It will also be used by my brothers who are at middle school ages. I have spent a lot of time searching for the best school laptops available on the market, but it only keeps getting more and more confusing. Most high schools in Philadelphia expect you to have a laptop, so I really cannot be the only one without it. I don’t need anything too powerful since I will use it to look for information, watch educational videos, or do some research. So, I am looking for the best laptop for school that can fulfill all my educational and personal needs.

Naomi Doyle

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Blair Lewis on February 5, 2018

I know your problem from experience as most of the students at my high school in Philadelphia have their own personal laptops that they use in their daily lives for various purposes. So, I know how you feel, and I totally understand your confusion. I hope that my answer will be helpful for you.

When I decided to buy a new laptop for high school, I wanted to get the best laptop for school that offered the best value, price, and durability. Finding such a computer is not an easy task as there are too many brands on the market with many different specifications when it comes to RAM, microprocessor, hard disc, screen resolution, and gaming capabilities. What are you going to use the laptop for? I think that you should always ask yourself this question whenever you want to buy any new appliance or gadget. I usually recommend something that has above average specifications so that if you eventually need to use it for something a little more elaborate than a Power Point presentation, you have enough power. In my case, I started getting into Photoshop long after I bought my laptop. That is why I was really glad that I had got a good laptop back then.

In general, the best school laptop will have to be good and fast enough when it comes to running educational software and processing word documents. It has to have a good battery life as well. However, some students may need a laptop that has high gaming capabilities, so they will be looking for a laptop with a high screen resolution and a fast processor.

I would personally recommend the HP Notebook 15.6″ due to its price, light weight (4.6lbs), 7th Gen Intel Core i3-7100U 2.4GHz processor, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD, SuperMulti DVD Burner, Bluetooth, and Windows 10.

Its 7 th generation Intel Core i3 processor will guarantee enough speed and durability for handling many tasks like word processing, surfing the web, and playing basic games. Its 8 GB DDR4 Ram will prevent it from crashing when running different applications and programs at the same time, and its 1 TB HDD will guarantee enough space to store as many files, movies, or documents as needed by most people. In addition, it has a DVD burner, Bluetooth, and it comes with windows 10. This laptop can also be a great option for students of middle school ages as its lightweight compared to many other laptops in the market.

Kyle Mckinneya year ago

This laptop is, of course, a great option for any student due to its weight and low price, but I do not personally think that it is the best option in the market for many students. I think that anyone can pay a bit more and get a better laptop than this — with a better battery life and a faster processor. I would personally recommend ASUS F556UA-AB54- BL as the best laptop for school due to its 7th-generation Intel Core i5 2.5 GHz processor, sufficient memory, and the ability of multitasking. It is equipped with 256GB SSD and 8GB DDR4 RAM, and its long-lasting 38 WHr polymer battery is 2.5 times the lifespan of standard Li-ion. This very reliable laptop can fulfill any student’s need when it comes to using it for daily studies, playing video games, or watching movies with high resolution. The price difference is not so big compared to the extra benefits.
http://heavy.com/tech/2017/07/top-best-laptops-high-school-students/

 


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