Ultraslim laptops offer sleek designs but are able to do the basics and depending on the specifications, far more. Entry-level laptops generally come with Intel®, AMD Ryzen or AMD A-Series processors and have 1 to 4GB of RAM. These options are adequate for typing up documents, browsing the internet and checking emails. An SSD provides faster speeds than an HDD at this kind of processing power. If you need a faster computer, getting one with 8GB of RAM may be suitable. A standard portable laptop travels with you and handles general office work or personal activities like streaming shows and listening to music. Choose from screens as small as 8.9 inches or as large as 17.3 inches, providing ample viewing space for your specific needs. 8th generation laptops and newer will run faster than older models even at lower processing power in many cases, so bear this in mind when choosing a laptop.
Mid-range laptops have a little more power and speed than the entry-level machines. These portable laptops run more programs at a time, including those that require more memory to run. They are suitable for many business applications, often feature Intel processors and start at 8GB RAM. Some mobile workstations fall in the midrange category. If you like the option of having a tablet for leisure activities, 2-in-1 laptops combine the functionality of both. They fold into tablets or can have the screen detached from the keyboard to act as a tablet. They are available from entry-level to high-end range options with Intel Core and AMD processors, and up to 64GB of RAM.