14 February 2013 by Permi Krishna
Business laptops are being introduced in a plethora of configurations owing to the fact that they are replacing desktops as workstations, and the performance of your PC depends on two main factors: the processor and the memory.
The best business laptop implements the Intel Core i3 or Core i5 processor, with a minimum Random Access Memory of 2GB. Although SSDs are generally preferable, a hard drive with 200 GB also would suffice. With all the diverse functions required of it, Wi-Fi access, three USB ports and a DVD drive along with a convenient screen size of 13 inches or more are a must.
A good graphics card of 512 mb memory is another requisite for several business applications, and the nVIDIA is certainly the most reliable among the lot. The best business notebook also combines an excellent configuration for a reasonable budget under $1500.