University Students: Make an investment into your school year
(NC) — Students spend countless hours deciding what school to go to, what subject to major in and which roomates to live with. Although all of the above items are integral, it's also important for students to invest in technology that will help them succeed.
Before heading to the store and getting overwhelmed by the number of options (should I get an Ultrabook? how do I know if the battery will last? why is this one so much thinner?), take a step back, do some research and find the best match for you. Here are some tips to help you make an informed decision on your next PC purchase:
Speed: Movies, music and textbooks are all frequently downloaded by university students. Be sure to look for a computer that's fast, so it doesn't keep you waiting endlessly for important content.
Two in One: You no longer need to rely only on your keyboard and mouse. Pick a computer that can act as both a tablet and a laptop in one. You get a full keyboard to take notes in class, and a tablet when you want to watch a movie or read a book in a café.
Weight: Computers today are much thinner and lighter. Consider buying one that fits easily into your backpack. That way it goes wherever you go and won't weigh you down.
Mobility: When looking for the right computer for you, make sure that long battery life is a must-have on your list. A computer that lasts eight hours versus a computer that lasts two can make a big difference in your day to day lifestyle.
Visit www.pcmatchmaker.ca to learn more and help find your perfect PC.