Using a work laptop as a personal laptop may appear to be a good way to save money, especially if one belongs out of the 51 percent of US workers who work from home at least part of the time. A personal laptop is an investment in mental health as well as for security.
Furthermore, personal laptops come with benefits that you won’t find in a typical workplace notebook. Do you want to play some games? Get something with a graphics processor. Are you a creative person? Get something that has a stylus on it. Do you want to keep your piano music on a tablet? Invest in a device with a detachable screen. Do you enjoy lovely lights? Invest in a device with an RGB keyboard.
One can customise the product with as many skins, stickers, and decorations as needed, and can even make something completely ludicrous if that’s desired. A trend is emerging in favour of higher-end, thinner, lighter, and more powerful devices. On PCs, users no longer perform one thing at a time. They’re experimenting with them more.
The US Personal Laptop accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Nvidia launched its new 30-series GPUs last year, which were significantly less expensive than the previous year’s models while delivering higher overall performance.
Microsoft’s Surface Pro 7+ is designed for business and uses laptop-grade Tiger Lake CPUs, so it should be fairly powerful. The replaceable boot drive SSD, on the other hand, has to be the best feature.
Dell has unveiled a new line of lightweight, high-performance Latitude laptops. Dell has updated its Latitude series of professional laptops to include 12th Gen Intel processors as well as 5G and Wi-Fi 6E connectivity. The new series is designed for hybrid working, with better processors, camera specifications, and microphones to help with Zoom meetings.
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