In the past, using a laptop meant giving up some of the functionality found in a desktop computer, but that is no longer the case. Whether you're a fan of Mac's iOS operating system or Windows PCs, we have a laptop for you.
The ability to work from anywhere is one of the most attractive features of a laptop. A good first step in the laptop selection process is determining how you're going to use it. For casual use, like e-mail, surfing the Web, paying bills and checking social media, you will likely be well-served by a lighter, more affordable laptop. If you ask a bit more from your laptop, like streaming and saving movies and music or using office software for tasks like spreadsheets and document creation, you'll want more hard drive storage. For multitasking with multiple tabs and programs, editing photos, producing videos, or playing video games, you'll not only want a large screen size, you'll want a laptop with a fast processor and lots of random access memory (RAM).