All About Top Laptops
Most Top laptops are the one’s which come with high speed RAM, huge memory size and which can be used as notebook. These Laptops are more useful for the business purpose, by which one can access the Internet and send e-mails. The models available in the market from different manufacturers who provide top laptops are Dell, Toshiba, IBM, Sony, Compaq and Gateway.
Laptops perform the same task as a desktop PC, they contain components that are similar to the desktop counterparts with the same functions, but Top Laptops are miniaturized and optimized for mobile use and efficient power consumption. Laptops usually have liquid crystal displays and use different memory modules for their RAM (for instance, SO-DIMM in lieu of the larger DIMMs). In addition to a built-in keyboard, they may utilize a touchpad or a pointing stick for input, though an external keyboard or mouse can be attached. While purchasing any laptop the basic features emphasized by an individual are its features, performance in hardware tests and price.
Below are some of the Top Laptops provided by various companies:
The Compaq computer has a 14"inch widescreen with 1280 x 768 pixels of resolution, which is integrated with Wi-Fi connection for a wireless network. The Compaq V2000 Laptop is good for the basics.
The Toshiba Satellite laptop has a better processor, a larger 100GB hard drive and a multi format dual-layer DVD burner. Unlike cheaper notebooks, it has independent quick-launch buttons for CDs and DVDs, so you don’t have to boot up the operating system to play music or movies. This Toshiba top laptop weighs about 6 pounds with its adapter and its battery lasts for about three hours.
Lenovo ThinkPad T43 gives a long five-hour battery life and excellent keyboard with swappable drive bay, fingerprint reader, embedded security features and high-resolution (1400 x 1050). The 14-inch screen makes it the best choice for mobile pros. It also includes Lenovo drop protection which protects your data in the event of a fall.
Dell Inspiron 9300 Top Laptops are good for office multitasking and video editing with the fastest Pentium M processor, high-end graphics card and 1920 x 1200-pixel 17-inch widescreen. It has a more austere look and a nice hail as the best gaming laptop ever to hit the market. You will pay around $700 more for the glowing lights and sci-fi case design of the Dell XPS M170.