In today’s Denmark where technology takes up so much in both everyday life and professional life, you can not do without having a laptop. If you do not really need a laptop, then you certainly need a tablet, and/or a good smartphone. Technology is indispensable, and people in denial live in the past and thus have no chance to keep up with what is happening out in the world.
There are a lot of different options, which makes it quite natural that most people stand completely off when choosing computer, phone or tablet. It is therefore good with a helping hand once in a while, and in this article we will give it to you who are looking for the right laptop – whether it is for study, at home or at work.
First you need to identify your need
The first step to finding a computer is to identify a need. What do you really need? What do you do on a daily basis that makes you need a laptop? If your work or study involves IT, it may be a good idea to be a little more careful in the search for the right one. Do you work f.ex. with websites, it may be a good idea to have a machine that can pull a little, since you probably not only sit and surf around the web for the best webhotels, but also sit in the backend on the websites, which can strain the computer a little.
If, on the other hand, you just sit at home on the couch in your rental property in Slagelse and surf a little Facebook and/or Tv2 News, then it may be that you just need a tablet. It is both cheaper and easier to use, so all in all a win/win if the need is not greater.
The big question: MacBook or Windows?
Many already have their preferences in place before they go out and buy a new computer, but there are also people who are not quite sure whether to tip one way or the other. It is also difficult because a MacBook is aesthetically incredibly appealing but expensive, whereas a Windows computer is usually affordable, but not so delicious to use and/or look at.
So it is a very individual matter, but you can say that most students use MacBook because it is easy and fast to get started when you just need to have Microsoft Office running. On the other hand, one should consider a stronger Windows computer if one f.ex. reading at an engineering studio where to use very heavy calculation programs, since a MacBook is not suitable for this.