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A basic, inexpensive laptop is perfect for most
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When it comes to laptops, additional features--and the price you pay for them--are virtually limit-less. You've probably seen inexpensive models as low as $300 at places like Walmart and Staples. And you've probably seen models that cost thousands of dollars. So are the pricier models worth it?
LOZO's opinion: for most casual users, a basic, inexpensive laptop should suffice--so don't pay for the upgrades! That means, if you're surfing the web, doing some office work, networking, playing music, videos and some games--a basic laptop should be fine. If your needs are more extensive, then certain upgrades might be necessary.
To get the best bang for your buck, buy a laptop that has the features you truly need (and not everything under the sun). Here are a few of the most important criteria to consider. Each of them will affect the cost of your laptop, so know what you need and choose accordingly!
Finally, if your needs are really basic and you want to spend the minimum, then a netbook or mini-computer might be right for you. If this is the case, stick with the really cheap ones. There's not much benefit to paying as much on a netbook as you would on a basic laptop, since you'll be giving up performance and upgradability without saving much dough.