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Student laptops

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When buying a student laptop, we recommend that you pay extra attention to the processor and the screen size. Choose a screen size with a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 15 inches. This way, you can easily bring the laptop with you in your backpack. For processors in Windows laptops, we recommend at least an Intel Core i5. These processors are better suited for multitasking, which you'll definitely need to do as a student. If you'd rather have something other than Windows, you can opt for a Chromebook or MacBook. Chromebook laptops are budget-friendly and also work quickly thanks to the Chrome OS operating system. Programs such as Photoshop don't work on a Chromebook. Many programs that also work on Windows work on Apple MacBook. Choose the light MacBook Air if you take it with you a lot. The MacBook Pro is better for demanding programs such as Adobe Premiere Pro and Photoshop.

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When buying a student laptop, we recommend that you pay extra attention to the processor and the screen size. Choose a screen size with a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 15 inches. This way, you can easily bring the laptop with you in your backpack. For processors in Windows laptops, we recommend at least an Intel Core i5. These processors are better suited for multitasking, which you'll definitely need to do as a student. If you'd rather have something other than Windows, you can opt for a Chromebook or MacBook. Chromebook laptops are budget-friendly and also work quickly thanks to the Chrome OS operating system. Programs such as Photoshop don't work on a Chromebook. Many programs that also work on Windows work on Apple MacBook. Choose the light MacBook Air if you take it with you a lot. The MacBook Pro is better for demanding programs such as Adobe Premiere Pro and Photoshop.

Our choice for a 15-inch mid-range laptop
Our choice for a 15-inch mid-range laptop
  • Screen size: 15,6 inches
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5
  • Internal RAM: 16 GB
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  • Screen size: 13,3 inches
  • Processor: Apple M1-chip
  • Internal RAM: 16 GB
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  • Screen size: 13,3 inches
  • Processor: Apple M1-chip
  • Internal RAM: 8 GB
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  • Screen size: 15,6 inches
  • Processor: Intel Core i5
  • Internal RAM: 8 GB
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  • Screen size: 15,6 inches
  • Processor: Intel Core i7
  • Internal RAM: 16 GB
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