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Laptops Dell G15 5515 (1GWCX)

Dell G15 5515 (1GWCX)

15.6" AMD Ryzen 5, 3.3 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD

£679.99
Laptops Dell XPS 13 9310 (VGX33)
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Dell XPS 13 9310 (VGX33)

13.4" Intel Core i5, 2.4 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD

£1,052.50

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FAQ

This is a difficult question and a matter of personal preference. There are many different laptop models which all suit different needs. A rule of thumb to follow is to weigh which functions are most important to you in terms of portability and speed.

A laptop with heavy specs and hardware is often heavier and clunkier; this is due to bigger laptops needing bigger cooling systems. But progress has been very fast, and today, even the so-called ultraportable laptops are exceptionally speedy and are more than enough to meet most needs.

The average laptop lasts for up to six years. This is slightly shorter than for a desktop computer. As opposed to desktops, laptops are not as easy to upgrade with more modern parts after purchase. It often can’t be done at all.

Additionally, a laptop is carried around, which adds to the faster wear and tear of the machine. The battery also wears out with time, and if this can’t be replaced, a new purchase will be necessary.

There is nothing specific with laptops that makes them slow. But just like a desktop, the computer becomes slower with time as it's constantly filled with new programmes and heavy documents. There are a number of ways to refresh a laptop that has become a little slow and weary with time.

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