Laptops are great solutions for a wide range of computing requirements. They’re useful for note-taking in academic environments, can easily be transported when you’re on the move, and are excellent for working on in cafes or public areas.
While there are plenty of reasons why a laptop might be preferable to a desktop model, it’s also important to understand how these two differ.
HP laptops are targeted towards audiences that are either interested in light weight models, large screen sizes or powerful functionality. With all these models, it’s important to consider the laptop’s battery life – especially if it’ll often be unplugged in the environment where it’s used.
Generally the weight of an HP laptop is put into one of three categories: less than 2 kg, 2-2.5 kg, and more than 2.5 kg. While it depends on numerous other factors, generally lighter models will be cheaper as these are deliberately built with materials intended to reduce the model’s overall weight. However, lighter models may be less durable, so a warranty should always be considered.