A colleague came to me the other day asking my opinion about the options for his new laptop. After discussing back and forth and going through quite a few models, he ended up with Lenovo’s X1 Carbon. It’s a great laptop, powerful, portable, light and thin, and works out great for my colleague. But still, the lack of built-in docking capability makes the Carbon to use at work less convenient. Honestly, I’d rather picking ThinkPad T440s instead.
So what’s the sweet point when it comes to picking a right laptop for your right work?
Paul Thurrott, the guy behind Supersite for Windows, explained in a webcast published on WindowsITPro that small and medium sized businesses can make tradeoffs between essential and nice-to-have features. Thus, these tradeoffs can result in considerable cost savings. Use the resources below to learn which PC components are actually required and which can be eliminated.
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