Business Laptops Galore: Which One Would You Go For?

September 27, 2013, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Are you in search of a laptop which would satisfy your needs as a businessman?

If you are looking for one such notebook, the main aspects you would look for are portability as well as good battery life, right?

If you buy a powerful notebook with amazing features and if it does not have a battery giving a long life, then what is the use? Here are some good suggestions for those who are in search of a business centric notebook.

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If your first preference for a business centric laptop is its portability and elegant looks,  you can choose the Macbook Air without any hesitation.

The sleek design enables the user to carry the device inside his backpack without much trouble. The notebook has thickness less than 0.75 inch and comes with an 11 inch display and a backlit keyboard.

The device comes with both 1.3 GHz Intel Dual Core i5 and 1.7 GHz Intel Dual Core i7 processors, and also features Intel HD Graphics 5000. Two USB 3.0 ports as well as a FaceTime HD camera for video calling are provided.

Most importantly, the powerful battery of the device will provide life up to nine hours. In all senses, Macbook Air is a good choice for a professional.

Durability is one of the most important factors in the case of a business laptop. Many companies are manufacturing their business class devices giving more importance to portability. The Dell Latitude E6430 ATG gives utmost importance to durability.

The device has a strong aluminum lid and a magnesium alloy frame. The notebook is able to withstand dust and moisture, which makes it a good companion on the go.

It comes with a powerful Intel Core i7 processor and an Intel HD Graphics 4000 chipset. This business laptop has a decent battery life of about eight hours.

The Lenovo ThinkPad Helix hybrid business class device comes with a detachable keyboard and features an 11. 6 HD screen capable of playing even 1080p videos.

This ultra portable device with touch screen display is one of the best choices for an executive who travels all the while. It features 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD as well as dual band Wi-Fi, and has a SIM card tray for 3G/4G connectivity also.

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The Sony Vaio Pro 13 Touch, in the meantime, is a 13 inch fourth generation business laptop that comes with a handful of features to satisfy the business user.

This light weight device has weight just under 2.5 pounds, and features a 1080p HD touch screen display. The user can have option to choose either Intel core i5 or Intel core i7 processor.

The device gives the user a more ergonomic typing experience than its rivals. The company claims that the device has a battery life of seven hours.

So tell us which of these devices would you want to go for ? Tell us why too.

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