Your choice of work or business laptop, if you are not going to compromise, should be the kind that presents to you ease of use with readily accessible and comprehensive interface. You might also want to look out for one that is compact enough to ensure comfort in mobility. The kind of work you want the laptop for, should also determine the storage size to opt for. On the contrary, irrespective of your work type, processing speed is something indispensable. You are certainly going to need a fast working laptop to boost your productive performance. I wouldn’t want to go into the debate of as to which brand to buy from, but I am certain that this blog, inform you to make a decisive work laptop purchasing decision.
The display features should create an environment, comfortable enough for you to work on office applications like Word, Excel, you name it. If I am talking about comfort in work environment, then I should recommend for you a laptop of at least a 12-inch display, but for the maximum screen size, I think that should be relative to pixel resolution and user preference, as it will allow for simplicity in mobility per work type. However, a 12-incher with a 2160 x 1440-pixel resolution say, is reasonable and moderate enough to present a blend of easy mobility and larger working space.
For performance, you generally should be working with a processor of not less than Pentium 3. That is going to be relative to the workload on you at work. Nevertheless, if you want to go pro, then at least a dual core processor with at least a 2-3 GB RAM should be a cost-effective choice. Access your work, deduce from data feed statistics what would averagely be the size of data you feed to your device that you almost don’t delete and if you are getting somewhere 200 GB, then something less than an extra 200 GB is a choice I must admit that you are going to be later sorry for. Note: the extra 200 GB would cater for feeds that do not stay for over a month, while you have a spare 200 GB for long-preserved feeds. Won’t that be nice? Don’t forget there are power interruptions and should they happen, you laptop shouldn’t act more like a desktop computer with less than 5 hours of endurance.
The design of your choice work laptop should present a bigger size, yet compact enough that you wouldn’t have to sacrifice mobility. A reason for which I strongly recommend a thin and if possible, an ultra-thin design, so even with a size as big as 9″ x 13″, a 3/4″ thickness will do you an awesome mobility favor. For the extent to which the laptop can be tilted, I don’t think it would be so necessary to reach a 150-degrees, at least a 135-degrees is reasonable enough to ensure a viewing that is void of light or other interferences. But upon all that, you shouldn’t overlook indicator lights and side indications of slots that would need no bend before you see say, where to put the pend drive. It should have at least 3 USB slots, a full-size SD card port and a disc drive. It should also have a lengthy charging cord (quality of insulation not compromised) and one of a safe and conservative power rating. Your laptop should also feature a front camera, external microphones with audible speakers, so you can have your conferences held from its comfort.
The keyboard of your working laptop should feature alpha-numeric keys with side numeric keys. It should have readily accessible special characters, advanced symbols and other special language-related alphabets right on the keyboard. Keys should also line well to allow for accurate typing.
Should you follow the above, without a compromise on quality and cost-effectiveness, I can assure you with doubt that you would make a wise and a once-and-for-all work laptop purchasing decision.