Are you on the hunt for a nifty, reliable laptop for your small business, but feel like you’re drowning in a sea of cool features? Looking for a good-quality notebook but all those ‘must-have’ laptop specs just happen to be eye-wateringly expensive for some strange reason? Fear not, this fun guide will help you keep in mind the six features that add the most value to your business laptop.

Tough as Nails

Since you’re always on the move, you want a laptop that is durable. This range of Lenovo laptops for small business owners includes laptops with a rough-and-tough chassis. These laptops are built and tested so that they can withstand pressure as well as the not-so-gentle handling that can sometimes occur when you’re carrying a million things at once.

Sharpest Tool in the Shed

The processor is the brain of your laptop. As such, you want to make sure you choose a notebook with a really powerful processor. A high-quality processor can make your tasks faster and your software run smoother. This is especially true when you need to perform multiple tasks on your machine. Video-editing, uploading, surfing, typing, browsing; all of these tasks are faster when your processor is faster.

Lightweight Champion

Since a small business owner needs to constantly be on the move, whether it is meeting with suppliers or sealing the deal with customers, you want to look for a machine that is light and portable but that delivers high performance at the same time.

Never Say Die

A business owner needs to perform a number of critical tasks daily on the laptop. This means you need to be able to work without interruption. You don’t want a scenario where you’re meeting with a client and your laptop runs out of charge. Oh, and also, you forgot your laptop charger at home. For this reason, it is important that you pick a laptop that ensures a long battery life. You can also look for the rapid charging feature that ensures faster charging during such critical situations.

Space Jam

A laptop with a good amount of storage space can work super fast even when your processor isn’t that great. Greater storage space means your files will open and run faster and smoother. You also won’t need to keep deleting files to make space for new ones. In general, look for an SSD (Solid State Drive) rather than an HDD (Hard Disk Drive), since the former makes your computer run a little bit faster. If budget is not a constraint, go for both.

Memory Lane

Hand in hand with storage, is your RAM (Random Access Memory) or memory. The faster the RAM, the more efficient your system will be. The good news is RAM and storage can be upgraded over a period of time, as and when you require more of it.

Keep these six features in mind when you shop for your laptop as a small business owner. A good-quality laptop is a sound investment, especially when you research and choose the one that answers your specific needs.

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