Although the laptop market has become more and more saturated, there are still plenty of options to choose from. The four main types of laptops are: MacBooks, Windows laptops, Chromebooks, and Ultrabooks. Each type has its pros and cons based on what you’re looking for in your device. For example, if you’re looking for an inexpensive computer that can do basic tasks well such as checking email or browsing the internet, then a Chromebook might be the best option. If you need something with more processing power for things like video editing or playing games on high graphics settings then an Ultrabook would work better.
There are also two other subcategories of laptops: convertible laptops and 2-in-1s. Convertible laptops have a hinge so they can convert between being like a tablet (touchscreen only) or having a keyboard attached to use it as a traditional laptop. 2-in-1s have detachable screens so they function both as tablets and when connected to keyboards, but these devices generally cost much more than their non-2-in-1 counterparts.
The MacBook has been around since 2006 and was first introduced by Apple. They come in 11 inch, 13 inch, and 15 inch sizes. Macbooks are expensive, so they’re not great if you want something affordable to buy every year or two. Macbooks are great for students because Apple puts many built-in apps on them including iBooks Author which is great for creating books without any complicated design skills needed. They offer some configurations with the newest Intel Core processors which will make these models really perform well!
Windows laptops are popular because most people who aren’t using a Macbook use Windows computers at home or at work. They don’t offer many configurations with the newest Intel Core processors, but they tend to be less expensive. Windows laptops typically have long battery life and are lightweight due to their thin designs. And finally, Chromebooks are ideal for those who just want an inexpensive computer for simple tasks such as checking email or browsing the internet. The main benefit of a Chromebook is that everything is saved online – so if anything happens to your device you can log into your account from another laptop and resume where you left off – unlike other operating systems where everything must be downloaded again before you start working. And lastly, we get into Ultrabooks which focus mainly on performance with speedy processing speeds while remaining light weight and sleek.