Pink laptops have quickly become the prominent choice in laptops for girls. Having your own pink laptop can add some flair, expression, and identity to one of your most used possessions. Almost every pink laptop computer manufacturer has pink laptops for sale – and many of them will sell a cheap pink laptop model or two. A lot of computer places also make hot pink laptops, or a pink mini laptop. The varieties out there are pretty much endless. But what if you are trying to research the upcoming purchase of a pink laptop computer?
In this hub, we will try to help you answer all of those questions and more, and help you decide which laptop is best for you and how you can go about buying a pink laptop computer.
So where do you begin when you’re trying to find information and you want to buy a pink laptop? Do you go with a normal sized one or a mini pink laptop? What about prices for laptops with features like a webcam, HD screen, or Blu-Ray DVD drive? And are cheap pink laptops really the best way to go, or is it better to pay a little bit more for a laptop or notebook that will last longer and be a better deal?
Laptop Prices: Is Less More?
We all know that laptop prices, and prices for almost every technology, have come down significantly in the last few years. Some HP pink mini laptop models, and other laptops, sell for as little as $300, while others are as much as $1,000. HP doesn’t quite have a free laptop but they do produce very well like models. However, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of spending only $200 or $300 for a laptop. gpd pocket
First, don’t confuse a netbook with a notebook. A netbook – also known to some as a mini laptop – can cost anywhere from $200 to $400. Pink mini laptops and pink netbooks are generally limited with features, can come with limited software packages, and some reviews complain at their size (tiny keyboards!).
If you just want to browse the internet and check email, then a netbook or mini laptop can be right for you. These laptops are very affordable and come with limited features – but who needs all that when your priorities aren’t too big.
But for someone who needs their laptop for school, work, or wants to do more like use video, music, and any other added features, what can be a cheap, “cute”, small laptop can cause headaches later.
What Will $800 Get You In A Laptop?
It is important to be careful and use diligence when shopping for a laptop because a lower price does not always mean a better deal: in fact, it almost always doesn’t. Let’s take a look at one of the middle to upper priced pink laptops and see what you can get features-wise.
One of the most popular brands among girls – the Sony VAIO – has a pink laptop that costs about $829. Compared to the cheaper netbook/mini laptop, this model (and other laptops in this price range) offers much more and will certainly last much longer. In short, you get more for your dollar.
Some of the more prominent features and specifications with this laptop are the power. The CPU is 2.13GHz.
In layman’s terms, CPU size determines how fast a computer can work and how many tasks it can do all at once. The same is true with memory – a pink laptop like this has 4GB if RAM memory which will be able to handle a slew of applications including Photoshop, video making or viewing, webcam, etc. There’s a DVD drive that can burn cds and dvds, a webcam and microphone for chatting with friends and taking pictures, and equipment that can handle a fast internet connection. This $800 dollar laptop also has support for HD video connections, wireless internet, Bluetooth, and a manner of other options.
Of course, there are many pink laptop notebook models to choose from and many features to choose from as well. This section is a snapshot of what $800 will buy. If you want more features and a more powerful laptop, it will cost more, while a less powerful laptop and less features will cost you less money.