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2012 Laptop Buying Guide
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The only consumer electronics device you're likely to use more often than your laptop is your television. Buying a laptop that is not fast enough for your needs or lacking the features you need is the quickest path to frustration. It's easy to fall in love with one particular model when it's under the bright lights of a retail store, but don't let that distract you. Take the list of your top five requirements that you created in this guide and make sure it's with you every time you shop - offline or online. This will help keep your requirements separate from your desires. Also with this free guide you will receive daily updates on new cool websites and programs in your email for free, courtesy of MakeUseOf.
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