Using Comparison Shopping To Purchase A Laptop
If you’re in the market for a Laptop or computer the amount of options can be overwhelming for you. This is especially true if you aren’t tech savvy. By using a comparison shopping service like Suggesters you can figure out exactly what you need and find a way to make it fit into your budget.
If you want specific features then compile a list of your demands for your computer. This will make it easier to price compare for specs and not shiny things you might not really need. Using the above service you can filter by brand name if you’re looking for something particular like say a Mac Book Pro.
You can additionally filter for things like processor type. (I’m an AMD fan myself!) You can also use several filters at once which is useful. For example you can use the price slider at the bottom in conjunction with any categories. This means if you’re looking for an HP laptop within a certain price range then the site will only show you relevant options.
This saves a lot of time and weeds out the ‘shopping noise’ of the internet. You can additionally choose the features that means the most to you like battery life, clock speed, processor cores, and display size. This is a great feature for anybody to choose a computer that fits them. If you’re looking for something like long battery life it’s often neglected in search functions so I find this pretty useful. I don’t want a laptop that dies every hour!
While the site only has laptops right now there is a planned extension for many other products like smart phones and software, and gaming devices. I’d personally like to see more customer reviews for products even if they were just pulled from sites like Amazon or Newegg. A good review can usually make or break my purchase. These often review manufacturing flaws that are common with a product that I might want to avoid.
Likewise, a gleaming review of a product that appears a little cheap could boost my confidence. Don’t think just because the price is low that the item is not valuable. I’ve had low cost hard drives running 24/7 for years with no flaws or failure. I’ve also purchased refurbished electronics that work like a dream – so don’t rule that out either.
Another feature I think would be cool? A “game category” for those that aren’t really sure about gaming specs. For example if you selected “Guild Wars 2″ then you’d only be shown computers with the proper capabilities to run that game. The picks might have to manual “editors” picks, but would be pretty cool anyway.
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