When choosing a brand you must try to have a different perspective about it. Most laptops have similar designs in terms of hardware and peripherals. The best think that you can do is choose a brand that has service centers near to your area. In the operating system aspect, it's always wise to go for the latest versions. It might be unstable because its new and its progressive. Like any other new software's, it's constantly upgraded just to make sure that it is still within the compatibility of new technologies.
I think it will be based upon your lifestyle. I mean if you need laptop only for making/editing documents, then you can choose laptop with lower processor. But it will be a different story if you are a gamer. So choosing what laptop to buy will be based upon your need.
Okay so if you are in to gaming and you are on a budget, the best brand for mid-tier gaming laptops are Acer, Asus and Lenovo. For Acer, you must get the Acer Predator Helios 300 which is the best mid tier gaming laptop of Acer. For Asus, you can get the Asus TUF Gaming which is also a good gaming laptop and for Lenovo, their best mid tier laptop is the Lenovo Legion Y520. For just normal use, the best would be Dell and a Macbook.
Hi Daisy, I am a strong advocate of Mac. I switched over from PCs to Macs a little over 10 years ago. The switch was a little frustrating, but once you get the hang of the shortcuts and differences, to me Macs are far superior to PCs. They are more reliable, less prone to viruses and better for editing and design. I don't play games, but PCs may be better for that #noidea.
If you don't have an issue about you budget then Id suggest you to go with MSI and DELL. I find them more convenient to use than the other brand. For the Operating system go with windows 10, you will find some bugs thought but no worries because it is up-to date. Windows 10 security features are better than the other version. But most newly release laptop today come with windows 10 so there's no need to worry about if you want to go with windows 10.
I would recommend thinkpad because of its powerful processor. This is kinda good for the price and also for gamers. But if you are a mild user like browsing,surfing or use only for social medias then I would recommend Azus.
Hi guys. for me, I would suggest DELL XPS 13. It is super fast performance. It has an elegant design I am sure everybody loves it. As of now, I have an old model of DELL Intel I3 which I bought 10 years ago and I am thinking to purchase this DELL XPS probably next year if God's will.
Over the years, I've grown fund of Dell laptops. They're built strong and to be quite performant. Of course, it gets better as the price tag goes higher. But you will find some great ones on budget. It also depends on what you will be needing it for. In any case, Dell has got you covered, as they have enough computers to suit a variety of needs.
Hi, I would recommend Mac, but if your budget is less, then go for HP. I have used HP for some years without problems. The best windows to use is windows 7 version. Apart from being user-friendly, Windows 7 version is stable, unlike Windows 8 and 10, which needs regular updates.