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0 kg
4.42 kg
Extended warranty
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Are you looking for a new laptop, but you don't know where to start? We can advise you on exactly what sort of computer will suit your needs.


Things to Consider When Choosing a Laptop


The most important parameters when selecting a CPU are the frequency and number of cores.

  • For running office applications or surfing the Internet, a less powerful processor is sufficient.
  • For gaming or more demanding tasks, choose 4 or more core processors - such as the Intel Core i5 or Core i7.

Grafics Card

  • An integrated graphics card can handle every-day tasks.
  • A dedicated (separate) graphics card is especially suitable for playing games and working with graphics.

Size of the Memory

The higher the RAM capacity, the more tasks your laptop can handle at the same time.

  • For less demanding users, typically 4 to 8GB of RAM is sufficient.
  • For demanding games and applications, the optimum capacity is 16GB RAM and more.

Type and Capacity of the Hard Drive 

Laptops can contain a variety of hard drives - HDDs, SSDs, or SSHDs.

  1. HDDs have moving parts, are inexpensive, and can handle large amounts of data. The disadvantage is lower speed and susceptibility to shocks.
  2. SSDs do not have moving parts, they are ultra-fast, and, at the same capacity, they are considerably more expensive than HDDs. They are not susceptible to shocks.
  3. SSHD drives are hybrid drives - an HDD with SSD memory that stores frequently used data, which significantly reduces application and OS loading time.
  • A typical HDD with a capacity of up to 500GB is enough for ordinary users - it can hold about 100 DVD movies.
  • For more advanced users, we recommend a combination of HDD and SSD or SSHD.
  • If the maximum data transfer rate is important, get a laptop with only an SSD drive.


It is important to consider both the display type and the maximum resolution.

  • The display type may be glossy, matte or anti-reflective.
    • The glossy display has brighter colors, but reflects a lot of ambient light.
    • The matte or anti-reflective reflection display does not reflect much and is more suitable for travel.
  • The higher the resolution, the finer the picture - Full HD and 4K resolution are more suited to working with graphics, playing games and watching movies.


Image technology is also important - you can find TN and IPS displays most often. A TN display is cheaper, has high brightness and fast response times, but worse viewing angles. An IPS display is the opposite - it offers more faithful colours and wide viewing angles, but gives lower contrast and slower response time. Want to learn more about image technologies?

Basic Laptops

Basic laptops handle less demanding activities, such as surfing the Internet, watching movies or playing simple games. If you are an undemanding user, basic laptops are a great choice; you aren't paying for more than you need.

Office Laptops

Office laptops are ideal for work. They offer a thin and lightweight design for more comfortable transportation and long battery life. It is possible to find anything from less powerful laptops that are optimal for running office applications and the Internet to high-performance machines. There are also 2-in-1 or Tablet/PC notebooks that are a compromise between a tablet and a laptop.

Gaming Laptops

The ideal guideline for choosing a gaming laptop is the price - with cheaper machines, less demanding games are great but newer games may need to be played with lower resolutions. Higher prices then increase your power and you will play the most exacting games to their full extent, depending on your laptop's parameters. When choosing, focus mainly on the processor and graphics card. If you intend to tap into virtual reality, CoR support also plays an important role.

Professional Laptops

Unlike office models, professional laptops offer much higher performance and can manage more challenging tasks and applications. They are used for editing videos, working with audio, running CAD programs, and so on. If you need a notebook to work with graphics, the most important components are the graphics card, processor and RAM memory. To work with audio, however, the graphics card becomes less important and it is worth investing more in the processor.


Still not sure? Check out our How To Choose a Laptop guide.

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Display size
9.7 "
17.3 "

The screen size is measured by the distance between the left bottom and top right corners of the display. The screen size is usually given in inches, with 1"= 2.54cm.

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There are currently two main display technologies used - LCD and OLED - which are further divided into different subcategories.

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Indicates the number of points (or pixels) that can be displayed in an image. It is calculated as the number of pixels in width × the number of pixels in height. The most popular resolution now is full HD 1920 × 1080, while HD / HD Ready (1366 x 768) is also common. 

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Each type of display is suitable for different purposes.

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Generally, the higher the number, the more powerful the processor. For an office PC, a basic processor series will be more than sufficient, but for more challenging work and gaming you will require a more advanced processor.

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A more accurate label of the processor, which gives a detailed specification of the particular model. 

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4 × (426)
6 × (99)
8 × (3)
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Processor frequency
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3.6 GHz
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Core boost frequency
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Dedicated graphics cards have their own integrated memory and are offered by established manufacturers such as NVIDIA and AMD. Integrated cards have lower power consumption and are particularly suitable for office work. Integrated Intel Iris cards often achieve better results than dedicated cards. 

Graphics card memory
2 GB
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One of the basic parameters of a graphics card. The greater the capacity, the more power potential. Cheaper graphics cards can have, for example, 512 MB, whereas gaming cards can have 4 GB or more.

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The graphics card chip is the basic building block that determines the graphics performance of a device. Memory size (GB), speed (Mhz), and the number of processors play a key role in selecting a graphics card.

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This parameter determines the maximum resolution supported by the device. It is specified as a multiplication of pixels at a maximum scanning resolution (e.g. 1920 × 1080).

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64 GB

Memory capacity indicates the maximum volume of data that the module operate with at one time.

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Memory selection always depends on the motherboard, meaning the used chipset and what it supports. The most common type of memory is DDR3, but more modern motherboards now support the new DDR4 modules. What is the main difference between memory? The DDR3 has a maximum of 8 GB of RAM and operates at a maximum of 2133Mhz, while DDR4 can handle up to 16GB of RAM and operates at a maximum of 3200Mhz.

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Extremely fast drive without mechanical parts.

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The combination of classic HDD with SSD memory.

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Classic hard disk.

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Mostly used for Tablets

HDD and SSD drives are used for permanent storage of data on computers and laptops. But what are the differences between the two, and what are their advantages?

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The capacity (size) of the hard disk determines how much data the disc can accommodate.  

HDD rotational speed
5,400 RPM (214)
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Different hard drives spin at different rates. Simply put, the faster the drive can spin, the faster the reading mechanism manages to read (store) information.

HDD capacity
0 GB
(0 MB)
1,000,000 GB
(1,000,000,000 MB)

The capacity (size) of the hard disk determines how much data the disc can accommodate.  

SSD capacity
8 GB
(8,000 MB)
256,000 GB
(256,000,000 MB)

The capacity (size) of the hard disk determines how much data the disc can accommodate.  

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without services (429)
Maximum battery capacity
2.5 h
720 h

Determines the length time that a device can be used under normal conditions. Battery life depends on the type of usage, for example watching videos or working with demanding programs drains the battery faster than more basic functions.  

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Convertibles are similar to classic laptops, but include a touchscreen and a hinge.

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These connectors can be connected display device.

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Displays a list of alternative connection options.      

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