Discussion in 'Science & Tech' started by xxwhite_dovexx, May 23, 2020.
You’d be better off buying the plastic slicer thing from QVC.
Iv'e always wanted this feature !!
I need a new laptop that Glows in the dark.
Which models have "Light up" keyboards then folks ????
shut it you!
I think Apple offers one that lights up ike that. I had Dell once and only once, never again.
I have never owned an Apple product it would need to be Windows
I've been using an Acer Chromebook as it's a cheaper alternative, but has its flaws.
I wasn't too keen on it at first, but it's easy and convenient to use. The other downside is that you can't download files, so you're limited to the Play Store for all your programs. No waiting forty minutes for a new update either, so that's a good thing lol.
I use windows at work but chrome is so much easier to use when I'm at home
Very true Bad_Influence but I even get that cheaper at my store lol
I have a brand new Chromebook, which seems a bit Fisher Price to me. I have used it once. I shall persevere when I can be arsed. I also have, for everyday use, a relatively new HP. I got this after the death of a DELL, which lasted ages. Isn't it more important what the processor is, than the brand? I am just asking, because I don't know. The way I choose is to ask in the shop if it does what I need it to relatively quickly and if it does and there's enough money in my account, I buy it! When I say 'I', I mean the man, because I cannot speak to techies about techstuff or my head explodes. Then I need to spend time fixing that, when I already have a buggered laptop.
Processor speed and memory are two of the important factors. If you can, get a lappy with SSD ram, or both SSD and a hard drive. SSD is a helluva lot faster.
Yeah. SSD and rams or ewes. Am unfussy.
Razer Blade Pro 17.
Razer products won't disappoint you. The screen's thin, it's light, it's got great graphics and sound so it's ideal for video/skype calls or watch Netflix.
Both Alienware Area 51M and Alienware M17 R3 are solid imo.