Are you searching for tips in buying a laptop for online classes? Lenovo just recently developed a durable laptop that is suitable for 24/7 computing.
“The education experience of our students is our utmost priority. We are proud to provide the technologies that engineer smarter classrooms for our students. Through our close collaboration with Lenovo, who are experts in education technology, we aspire to continue being a major advocate of classrooms of the future.” –Michael Ngan, President and General Manager, Lenovo Philippines
1. Choose a laptop with built in security.
There are so many cyber criminals out there that can steal your important data online. It is the reason why you need to invest on devices with a solid security. Some criminals can access your laptop camera without you knowing it.
The good is is that the Lenovo Thinkbook powered by ThinkShield has a ThinkShutter Camera Cover. In addition, it also has an optional Smart Power Button with Fingerprint Reader. This means that only you can open your own laptop.
2. Select a laptop that is made with durable materials.
Accidents can happen anytime. Young learners tend to be clumsy at some times. According to a recent research, over 55% of device accidents are due to drops. Other times, some forgetful users close their laptops too tight without removing small objects on the keyboard. This can cause a permanent damage on the display.
Lenovo developed a laptop that features rubber bumpers, reinforced corners, hinges, and ports. They made sure that their monitors are scratch-resistant. In addition, they also developed spill-resistant keyboards with anchored keys that make removal difficult. If you’re clumsy like me, I totally recommend the Lenovo ThinkPad.
3. Find a laptop with flexible performance.
One of the major reasons why students and teachers can’t keep up with online classes is the performance of their laptop. Some laptops are too slow. If you’re going to buy a laptop, make sure to check the hard drive capacity (must be at least 250 GB), RAM (4GB RAM or higher), and the processor (Intel Core i5 above). It is also vital to find a laptop that has Windows 10.
Since Windows 7 support ended last January 2020, I totally recommend that you switch to Windows 10. You will really be amazed on how Microsoft Education delivers personalized learning for every student with the use of tools in Office 365. If you want more resources, you can even sign up for the Lenovo EdVision Program.
- For more details, you may also read more about Lenovo EdVision on their official website.
- You may also Follow them on Facebook: Lenovo EdVision.
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