The Gadgets 360 laptop finder can help you decide on the laptop most suitable for your requirements. Buying a laptop isn’t an easy task these days, what with the multitude of brands, offerings, and configurations available in the market today. However, with the Gadgets 360 laptop finder tool and massive database of notebooks, you can select multiple filters to be able to find the most appropriate laptop for your needs, and eliminate all those thousands of models that aren’t ideal for you.
The biggest advantage of the Gadgets 360 laptop finder tool is that you can use numerous filters at once, such as category of laptop, manufacturer, screen size and resolution, processor models, the amount of RAM, the type of storage, dedicated graphics processors, operating system, and even weight, to be able to narrow down your choices. Multiple filter options within each can be selected at once, as can multiple filters, to better help you find the laptop you’re looking for.
As we mentioned, Gadgets 360 has one of the largest laptop databases in the world, making it your one-stop shop to find what you need. So, if you are looking to buy a laptop, you should look no further than the Gadgets 360 laptop finder tool where you can find a machine best suited to your requirements from literally thousands of notebook options.
Price: The most important part of any laptop buying decisions, you can use the price slider to set the price range within which you want to find laptop options. Alternatively, you can type the start and end price.
Brand: The biggest laptop brands are listed here, and you can select one or multiple brands to further filter your searches. These include Acer, Asus, Dell, Lenovo, and Apple. There are 41 brands in total to choose from.
Screen Size: This is another very important aspect of a laptop. How large a screen is dictates not just much visual real estate you get, but also in many ways, dictates the size of the entire laptop, as well as its weight.
Screen Resolution: When coupled with screen size, screen resolution is another very important factor. For example, the difference between a 14-inch display with a HD resolution, a full-HD resolution, and an Ultra HD resolution is very apparent. In most usage scenarios however, full-HD is more than good enough, unless you are an artist, a graphics designer, or a gamer. You can choose between HD, full-HD, and Ultra HD.
Processor Brand: Another important aspect of a laptop is the processor brand – is it powered by an Intel processor, or an AMD processor? There are some options with Qualcomm and MediaTek processors as well that you can choose from.
Processors: This filter lets you choose which processor family you want search results for. Examples include Intel Core i5, AMD APU Quad Core, and more. There are dozens of options to choose from.
Intel Processor Generation: Intel updates its processors significantly each year, and thus, each generation as they are known provide different benefits. Know which Intel processor generation you’re interested in? You can use this filter.
Processor Clock Speed (Base): The base clock speed of a laptop’s processor dictates the minimum frequency a CPU runs at. The higher the better.
Processor Clock Speed (Burst/ Turbo): Unlike the base clock speed, Burst or Turbo clock speeds dictate the maximum frequency the CPU can achieve. The higher the better.
RAM: Coupled with the processor, the amount of RAM a laptop has dictates how well it performs. The more RAM the better. With this filter, you can select how much RAM you want you laptop to have, from 2GB and below all the way up to 64GB. The higher the better.
RAM Type: Here, you can filter the type of RAM you want your laptop to have. The rule of thumb is, the higher the last digit, the faster the RAM, because the last digit dictates the RAM generation. The LP in the front of LPDDR4x and LPDDR3 stands for ‘low power’, which is great for battery life, but not so great for performance, thus, you should keep that in mind when searching. The same is the case for DDR3L, where the L stands for ‘low voltage’.
Expandable RAM: With this filter, you can search for laptops that offer expandable RAM options – this means, you can ask the manufacturer to add more RAM after you buy the machine, as there are extra RAM slots available on the machine. You can filter from 4GB and below additional RAM, up to 128GB and above RAM.
Storage Type: Laptops come with several types of storage media. These range from HDD (hard disk drive) to SSD (solid state drive). SSDs are the fastest and most reliable, whereas HDDs are comparatively slower and less reliable. SSHD and HHD are hybrid drives, where the laptop will a small part of the total storage space on an SSD, and the rest on an HDD. These provide the best middle ground.
HDD Storage: Here, you can choose how much HDD storage you want. Storage capacities in our database of laptops range from 64GB and below all the way up to 2TB.
SSD Storage: As with HDD storage, you can choose how much SSD storage you want in your laptop. This ranges from 32GB and below, all the way up to 2TB.
Dedicated Graphics: Laptops come with two types of graphics options – integrated or dedicated. Dedicated graphics usually implies better graphics performance, which is great for gaming or such computationally intensive tasks as video editing.
Dedicated Graphics Memory Type: Here, you can choose the type of dedicated graphics memory you want your laptop to have. The rule of thumb here, is the same as the RAM Type – the higher the last digit, the better the performance.
Dedicated Graphics Memory: As with RAM, the amount of graphics memory a laptop has dictates how well it performs. The higher the better.
Graphics Processor Brand: GPUs are primarily made by three companies – AMD, Intel, and Nvidia. You can choose which brand’s GPU you want in your laptop, and as with other filters, multiple options can be selected at once.
Operating System: With this filter, you can find what operating system (OS) comes preloaded in the laptop you’re looking for. We’ve 18 options you can select from.
Battery Life: Another very important aspect of a laptop is its battery life. Here you can select from multiple battery life options, from below 3 hours all the way up to above 10 hours. Note, that these figures are provided by the manufacturer based on ideal usage conditions, and in real world conditions the battery life you will get will always be lower.
Weight: Do you plan to carry your laptop around daily? Or will it just sit on your desk at home permanently? If it’s the former, you’ll want a lightweight offering, and if it’s the latter, weight doesn’t really matter. With this filter, you can choose the weight you want your laptop to have, from 1kg and below, to 4kg and above.
Number of USB Ports: Finally, a very important aspect of laptops is how many USB ports they have, because that dictates how many external devices (such as a keyboard, mouse, external hard drive) you can connect at once.
More Features: Do you want Bluetooth connectivity on your laptop? What about NFC? Is a backlit keyboard important to you? Here’s where you can choose from 18 additional options beyond the major filters. These are HDMI, standard keyboard, keyboard with numeric keypad, fingerprint sensor, face recognition, lock slot, card slot, VGA port, touchscreen functionality, headphone and mic combo jack, mic-in port, and an optical disk drive.
Market Status: With this filter, you can check whether the laptop you’re searching for is currently available in stores, if it is out of stock, or if it’s an upcoming (not yet launched) laptop.
Type: Here, you can choose between what type of laptop you want – a regular laptop or a gaming laptop.
Category of Laptop: What do you need the laptop for? Daily use for Web browsing and word processing, or something more intensive, like gaming or video editing? Choose the desired laptop category (as defined by manufacturers) to help find the perfect laptop for yourself.