Low Laptop Spec vs Regular Ones: Which Should You go for Office Purpose

In this era of working from homes, laptops need to do more than just send emails and connect to the Internet. They are required to be reliable, robust, and portable, so you can use them whether working remotely or in your office. Before purchasing laptops required for office purposes then considering the specification of the laptop is necessary. Most laptops considered as the average or low end are required to have a RAM of 4GB and are 3rd or 4th generation of Intel Corei3 or i5. Their graphics card could be 128MB and an HDD of 500GB. With this type of laptop, you can perform any activity that doesn’t require high computing power. But when performing activities that require immense power, then you would have to go for high-end laptops with about 8 to 16GB of RAM and are often the 7th to 10th generation of Intel Corei7 to i10. With a graphics card of 512MB or even 1GB, a hard drive of at least 1TB. But for office use, this latter spec of the laptop isn’t so necessary as they are used by gamers, graphic designers, developers and systems programmers.

What type of laptops fit office purpose

There are different makes of laptops in the market from which one can make a choice out of. But the choice laptop should be specific, one of the productivity features one needs in a good office laptop is a long-lasting battery. While Windows laptop is the most common, some consider a Linux laptop or a Chromebook to be more economical. If you’re in search of a store where you can purchase some of these laptops, then you might want to consider trying out Tech in the Basket as they specialise in retailing a different range of tech accessories from mobile phones to different models of laptops with different specs.

Office laptops you can try out

The following are a detailed list of laptops described as best for any type of office work.

Dell XPS 15

This is a 10th Gen Intel Corei5 – i7. It has an Intel UHD as its graphic card with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti installed on it. Its RAM range is between 8GB to 64GB. The screen size is in the range of 15.6” FHD, and it comes with an InfinityEdge non-touch anti-glare 500-Nit. Its storage space ranges from 256GB to 2TB.

MacBook Pro 16”

This has a 2.65GHz CPU which is 6-core. Its Intel Core i7 to 2.4GHz 8-core Intel Core i9. It has built-in an AMD Radeon Pro 5300M with 4GB of GDDR6 to AMD Radeon Pro 5500M with 8GB of GDDR6. The RAM size ranges from 16 – 64GB 2666MHz DDR4. The screen size is a 16-inch 3072×1920 at 226ppi. Its storage space ranges from 512GB to 8TB SSD.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6th Gen)

Its CPU is an Intel Corei7-7600U vPro. Its coupled with an Intel HD Graphics 620 graphic card. It has a 16GB RAM and a 14-inch, 2560 x 1440 … Read More...

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