It is very rare to find organizations that do not use laptop to carry their daily objectives and tasks. They are portable and easy to carry around from one place to another. They are used in schools, offices and ultimately everywhere because of the backup power battery. The laptops are used to perform basic tasks such as watching movies, 3D modelling, making research, writing projects, saving documents and files, surfing the web and connecting to the internet.
Choosing the Right Laptop
Choosing the right laptop to carry you tasks can be quite tiresome bearing in mind the diverse options in the Kenyan Market. It is therefore important to understand some few basic concepts. Before purchasing, it is quite imperative to consider the brand. You can choose from these brands – HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, Toshiba, and more.
Microprocessor: This is the CPU or processor. This is a multi-purpose, register based, a clock driven programmable device that is inserted into the motherboard which accepts digital or binary data as input, processes it according to instructions stored in its memory. They basically operate on symbols and numbers at the binary level. It is therefore important to consider the machine speed.
A customer needs to check on the RAM (Random Access Memory) capacity since it helps to store operations and instructions temporarily as long as the laptop is on. Once the laptop is turned off, it loses all the information in the memory, it works hand in hand with the processor especially during booting, the operating system is loaded into the RAM alongside other files and programs. It is normally measured in Gigabit with 4GB RAM being the minimum.
The new generation laptops comes with two internal storage options: SSD (Solid State Drive) and HDD (Hard Disk Drive). The SSD is the successor of HDD; much more inproved functionality and speed. During restarting, the SSD boots ten times faster than HDD. Nevertheles, it does not support enough capacity such as HDD. Howbeit, with the technological advancement, it will get there definetly. For a suitable laptop, you should select ones with both storage units. It is usually measured in gigabit. HDD has a minimum Gigabytes of 500GB while the SSD has a minimum of 128 GB.
Connectivity: It includes wireless technology such as Bluetooth and ports which must be present. It is advisable to stick to laptops with a minimum of 3USB ports for connecting peripherals such as speakers, keyboard, mouse and more. Bluetooth connection is quite imperative for transferring and sharing documents and files also for pairing with other Bluetooth enabled devices. Wi-Fi card is also another important feature to connect to wireless networks in order to access social media accounts and surf the web.
Where to Buy Laptops in Kenya
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