When it comes to purchasing a new computer, shoppers have dozens, if not hundreds, of options from which to choose, and Lenovo stands ready to help.
Of course, the main factor to consider in your computer choice is the task for which that computer will be used. Will it be for school? For work? Do you plan to use it for video editing, or will it be used primarily for online gaming? Answering those questions is the first step on your shopping journey.
The next step is to determine whether a laptop or desktop PC is the better choice, and that leads to more questions. Are you looking for a computer you can take to school or on the road? If that's the case, a laptop is the obvious answer. And depending on the use, there are a number of additional factors to consider. If you're using that laptop mainly for business, ruggedness and battery life probably take precedence over a high-powered processor. On the other hand, if you're a student, you may desire those features as well as high-resolution graphics for watching video, quality speakers for listening to your favorite music and maybe an advanced processor and lots of memory for playing online games during a break from your studies.
And if you use your computer in a medical setting or when visiting a job site, tablet functionality may be a consideration as well. Many laptops include touch capabilities and a 360° hinge that allows them to do double duty as tablet computers.
If it's a desktop PC you desire, will it be your primary machine or a secondary one. If it's a secondary computer you'll use primarily for checking emails, writing reports and occasionally surfing the web in your home office, you might want something relatively inexpensive. On the other hand, if gaming is your thing a top-of-the-line gaming desktop might be just the ticket. If you're looking to impress your friends with your gaming rig, a case with LED lighting and transparent side panels might be in order. If you have limited space on your desk, an all-in-one or cube computer offers the power of a desktop in a limited footprint.
Processing power, memory, graphics cards, touch capability, battery life and durability are just a few of the factors to consider when choosing a new computer, but no matter what features you choose there's one that's equally important to each: the operating system. And there's no better choice than a Windows 10 laptop.
Windows 10 is the latest version of the Windows operating system, the most popular OS on the market today. Windows 10 features include integration with the Cortana digital voice assistant, the new Microsoft Edge browser and the return of the classic Windows Start Menu. Windows 10 was designed with touch in mind, so if your computer has touch capabilities it's the obvious choice.
If you're using your computer for school, choosing a Windows 10 laptop ensures compatibility with all online learning platforms. And if you're a gamer, you'll be pleased to know that Windows 10 offers a host of features designed to improve the gaming experience.
For advanced users, Windows 10 Pro offers a variety of powerful tools for business use, including advanced security and support for the latest versions of productivity software packages.
We're pleased you're considering allowing Lenovo to help with your computer choice. When it comes to meeting your computer needs, there's no better choice than a Lenovo computer running Windows 10.