Teach You Pick The Perfect Computer

Do you want to buy a new computer?Technology reporter Leena Rao breaks everything down to give you the confidence you need to make the best decision for your lifestyle.

Over the past 10 years, I've gone through seven computers, including desktops, laptops and a netbook. After my relationship with each device ended (more often then not, the computer simply died on me or stopped working), I would promise myself to do my homework and pick a new machine that actually fit my needs. And, of course, when that time came, I found myself uninformed and on the brink of making the wrong decision once again. As a technology reporter, I've finally learned from those mistakes and feel confident enough to pick a laptop that works for me.

Learning to choose the right computer might seem like a small victory, but the fact is that many of us spend more time in front of a screen than we do with our families. We rely on computers to stay connected to the world and to organize our lives. Yet understanding the importance of a good computer doesn't make choosing the right one any easier. The market is inundated with options. Gone are the days when there were 10 laptops to choose from. Today, there are 10 different models from each electronics company at a variety of price points.

I am going to break down the process of choosing a new computer so that when you are ready to buy a new device, you can do so with confidence. 
xiaojian xiaojian
22-25, F
May 6, 2012