Friday, August 29, 2014

Top Laptops Comparison: Lenovo vs. HP vs. Dell

In a three-tiered comparison of laptops, Dell came out on top of the low-end laptop comparison, while Lenovo took first place in the mid-range laptop category, and HP came in first place amongst the high-end laptops compared.
Some of the factors weighing to the comparisons aside from cost (which, of course, determined whether a laptop was low-end, mid-range or high-end) were as follows: Speed/Mhz Size/weight/portability, Gaming ability, Computing power, Business capabilities, Screen size, Backlit Display, Bluetooth, Wifi, Hard drive, DVD drive, Powerful Core Processors, RAM, Blu ray Ergonomic design, Battery Life etc.,.

Covered in this report:
Lenovo— Best Features
Lenovo features a nice attention to attractive design without sacrificing technical strength
Lenovo delivers the most graphics and gaming power for the least impactful economic and size punch
Best for: Anyone who needs a mid-range laptop, especially for gaming, but for a wide range of computing needs that a lower range laptop cannot handle and a high end laptop might be too much for.
HP — Best Features
Very high end options for advanced computing and design
Highest quality intelligent design and ergonomic options
Best for: People who really spend a lot of time working on their computer and need the highest quality options.
Dell— Best Features
The best no frills simple computing options available
The research seemed to show that even lower end models tend to last
Best for: People who need a basic model to do simple computing and need to watch their costs as they purchase computers.
With three companies enjoying longstanding reputations for success, warranties which are largely equal to each other save for occasional deals, and an almost equally spotty record for service and complaints from customers across the board, these are three companies whose laptops just about beg you to get out there and kick some tires to find out which products are best for you. In this case we thought it best to do a more in-depth look at the laptops each company offered at each level, low-end, mid-level and high-end.



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