Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Buying a laptop? Read the reviews first!

Laptops are commonplace, and in many cases overtaking the standard PC desktop. Portability and processing power go hand in hand, and each day laptop manufacturers release new models, with new features. It is nearly impossible to keep up.

Although the basis of a PC and laptop are similar, they technology behind laptops differs quite considerably. Laptop pc's come in various configurations and designs to suite gamers, business class users and casual pc users. Competition is fierce, and the consumer has to fend for themselves when purchasing a laptop. How do you choose a brand, what features should you look for, and more importantly, what features do you actually need? These are all questions you need to ask yourself befire you purchase.

Fortunately, there is help in making these decisions. Laptop-reviews

(http://www.laptop-reviews.org/) recently launched to help consumers do exactly that. Get answers, and opinions from other buyers. As a techie, sometimes we lose sight of the most important aspects of giving expert advice - the target audience or the buyer. What you and I might buy would be different than what your relatives or friends might like.

Laptop reviews from the consumer perspective - unbiased - and in english - what a concept!
Forget the tech talk and get honest to the point reviews from the actual users. PC magazine, and cnet offer great reviews, yet they do not offer real reviews from actual owners.

Nothing beats the fact that a satisfied laptop owner will boast and about their purchase and conversely, let it all out if they are unhappy with their purchase.

Honest, unbiased laptops reviews - I love the site, and will definitely be bookmarking this!