Re: New Laptop
I should have said that if you buy a top of the line machine, it is out of date, technically six months from then.
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From: Gene via Groups.Io
Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2019 8:09 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] New Laptop
If you spend money fopr a top of the line machine, it is out of date, by a technical definition because something new and faster is out. Most people don't people aren't going to be affected by whether a processor is a little slower por not. they are not gamers, they don't run programs that require the kind of speed where a processor that is somewhat slower than the fastest in the moderate price range matters, and they might want to save one-hundred or more dollars even if money isn't particularly tight. Many people spend more money than they need to be3cause they don't know how to determine what they need based on their use and how they anticipate using their computer in future. Many people have computers that are years old, five or older, and they are perfectly happy with thir technically out of date machines that are plenty fast for them. and if they really do want more speed, they would get a lot more speed by getting an SSD and maybe, though not at all necessarily, by adding more memory. Word processing, e-mail, browssing, streaming, such uses don't require gaming or near gaming speed processors.
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I was extremely clear in my message. The processors on the provided model are out of date, and unles they have major financial troubles, most people will want an up-to-date processor on their devices. Otherwise the machine is practically aged even before you open the box. An older processor machine will likely need to be replaced sooner as it is behind the times, and might not be able to handdle applications earlier than a more current machine.
On 11/25/2019 8:56 AM, Gene wrote: