HP 15,6" FHD Laptop silber R3-5300U 8GB/512GB SSD nOS 15s-eq2431ng

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  • AMD Ryzen™ 3 5300U Prozessor (bis zu 3,8 GHz), Quad-Core
  • 39,6 cm (15,6") Full HD 16:9 Display (entspiegelt), Webcam
  • 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • AMD Radeon Grafik, HDMI, WLAN-ac, BT
  • Kein Betriebssystem , Akkulaufzeit bis 9 h, 2,1 kg

Apple MacBook Air 15.3'' MQKW3D/A (Mid 2023) M2 / 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD 10C GPU Mitternacht

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  • 38.9 cm (15.3") Notebook, macOS
  • Display: 2880 x 1864, IPS, glare
  • Apple M2 (8c) 8x 2.40 GHz
  • M2 GPU (10C) Shared Memory
  • 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD
  • 2x USB4 Typ C, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)

Apple MacBook Pro 14" 2023 M3 Pro/18/512 GB 11C CPU 14C GPU Space Schwarz MRX33D

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  • 14,2 Zoll (35,97 cm) Liquid Retina XDR mit 3.024 x 1.964 Pixeln
  • Prozessor: Apple M3 Pro Prozessor
  • Arbeitsspeicher: 18 GB RAM
  • Speicher: 512 GB SSD
  • Grafik: Apple M3 Pro - 14 Core

HP Victus Gaming 16-r0456ng 16.1 FHD 144Hz i5-13500H 16GB/512GB RTX 4060 nOS

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  • 40.9 cm (16.1") Notebook, without OS
  • Display: 1920 x 1080, 144Hz, IPS, non-glare
  • Intel Core™ i5-13500H 12x 3.50 GHz
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 4060 8.0 GB
  • Ada Lovelace Architektur, mit Raytracing und DLSS 3
  • 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • 4x USB 3.1 Gen1, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)

Apple MacBook Air 13.6'' MLY33D/A (Mid 2022) M2 / 8 GB RAM / 256GB SSD / 8C GPU / Mitternacht

  • 34.4 cm (13.6") Notebook, macOS
  • Display: 2496 x 1664, IPS, glare
  • Apple M2 (8c) 8x 2.40 GHz
  • M2 GPU (8C) Shared Memory
  • 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD
  • 2x USB4 Typ C, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)

Apple MacBook Air 13,6" 2024 M3/8/256GB SSD 8C GPU Mitternacht MRXV3D/A

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  • 13,6 Zoll (34,46 cm) Retina Display mit 2.560 x 1.664 Pixeln
  • Prozessor: Octa-Core Apple M3 Prozessor
  • Arbeitsspeicher: 8 GB RAM
  • Speicher: 256 GB SSD
  • Grafik: Apple M3 - 8 Core

Apple MacBook Air 13.3'' MGN93D/A M1 (8-Core CPU, 7-Core GPU), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, silber

  • 33.8 cm (13.3") Notebook, macOS
  • Display: 2560 x 1600, IPS, glare
  • Apple M1 (8c) 8x 0.60 GHz
  • M1 GPU (7c) Shared Memory
  • 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD
  • 2x Thunderbolt 4, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)

Acer Aspire 5 Technik Tipp 15" QHD IPS grau i5-12450H 16GB/512GB SSD Win11 15" QHD IPS grau i5-12450H 16GB/512GB SSD IrisXe Win11

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  • 39.6 cm (15.6") Notebook, Windows 11 Home
  • Display: 2560 x 1440, IPS, matt
  • Intel® Core™ i5-12450H 8x 2.50 GHz
  • Intel® UHD Graphics Shared Memory
  • 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • 1x Thunderbolt 4, 3x USB 3.1 Gen1, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)

MSI Thin GF63 12VF-1030 0016R8-1030 15.6 FHD 144Hz i5-12450H 16GB/512GB SSD RTX 4060 DOS

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  • 39.6 cm (15.6") Notebook, ohne Betriebssystem
  • Display: 1920 x 1080, matt, IPS, 144Hz
  • Intel® Core™ i5-12450H, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX4060 8GB
  • 4x USB 3.1 Gen1, 1x USB 3.1 Typ C, HDMI

SAMSUNG Galaxy Book4 15,6" Core 5 120U 16GB/512GB SSD Win11 +SmartTag2

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  • Intel Core 120U Prozessor (bis zu 5,0 GHz), Deca-Core
  • 39,6 cm (15,6") Full HD 16:9 Display (entspiegelt), Webcam
  • 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • HDMI, WLAN-ax, BT
  • Windows 11 Home 64 Bit, 1,6 kg

ASUS TUF Gaming A15 FA506NC-HN059W 15,6" FHD R5-7535HS RTX3050 16GB/512GB W11

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  • AMD Ryzen™ 5 7535HS Prozessor (bis zu 4,55 GHz), Hexa-Core
  • 39,6 cm (15,6") Full HD 16:9 Display (entspiegelt), Webcam
  • 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, WLAN-ax
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX3050 Grafik (4GB, 75W), HDMI, DP über Type C
  • Windows 11 Home 64 Bit, Akkulaufzeit bis 0 h, 2,3 kg

HP ProBook 430 G8 6S6F0EA W11P

  • 33.8 cm (13.3") Notebook, Windows 11 Pro
  • Display: 1920 x 1080, non-glare
  • Intel Core™ i7-1165G7 4x 2.80 GHz
  • Intel® Iris Xe Shared Memory
  • 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • 1x USB 3.1 Gen2 Typ C, 2x USB 3.1 Gen1, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)

HP 17,3" FHD Laptop schwarz Athlon 3050U 8GB/512GB SSD DOS 17-cp0417ng

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  • AMD Athlon Silver 3050U Prozessor (bis zu 3,2 GHz), Dual-Core
  • 43,9 cm (17,3") Full HD 16:9 Display (entspiegelt), Webcam
  • 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • AMD Radeon Grafik, HDMI, WLAN-ac, BT
  • Kein Betriebssystem , Akkulaufzeit bis 8 h, 2,1 kg

Huawei MateBook D 15 53013BSJ i5-1155G7 16GB/512GB SSD 15" FHD W11

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  • 39.6 cm (15.6") Notebook, Windows 11 Home
  • Display: 1920 x 1080, IPS, non-glare
  • Intel Core™ i5-1155G7 4x 2.50 GHz
  • Intel® Iris Xe Shared Memory
  • 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • 1x USB 3.1 Gen1 Typ C, 1x USB 3.1 Gen1, 2x USB 2.0, Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax)

Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3 15IAN8 82XB0075GE N200 8GB/512GB SSD 15.6" FHD W11

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  • Intel Inside N200 Prozessor (bis zu 3,7 GHz), Deca-Core
  • 39,6 cm (15,6") Full HD 16:9 Display (entspiegelt), Webcam
  • 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • Intel UHD Grafik, HDMI, WLAN-ax, BT
  • Windows 11 Home 64 Bit, Akkulaufzeit bis 8 h, 1,5 kg

Apple MacBook Pro 14" 2023 M3/16/512 GB 8C CPU 10C GPU Space Grau BTO

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  • 14,2 Zoll (35,97 cm) Liquid Retina XDR mit 3.024 x 1.964 Pixeln
  • Prozessor: Octa-Core Apple M3 Prozessor
  • Arbeitsspeicher: 16 GB RAM
  • Speicher: 512 GB SSD
  • Grafik: Apple M3 - 10 Core

Lenovo Yoga Slim 7x 14,5" 3K OLED Touch Snapdragon Elite  32GB/1TB SSD Win11

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  • Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite Prozessor (bis zu 3.4GHz); 12 Kerne
  • 36.83 cm (14.5") 16:10 Display (glänzend) mit 1000 Nits
  • 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD
  • Qualcomm (Shared Memory), WLAN Wi-Fi 7, Lenovo USB-C 4-in-1 Hub gratis
  • Windows 11 Home, Akkulaufzeit bis: 22 h, 1.28 kg

ASUS ROG Strix G17 G713PV-LL107W 17,3" WQHD 240Hz R9-7945HX RTX4060 16GB/1TB W11

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  • AMD Ryzen 9-7 7945HX Prozessor (bis zu 5,4 GHz), Hexadeca-Core
  • 43,9 cm (17,3") 16:9 Display (entspiegelt), Webcam
  • 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD, WLAN-ax
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX4060 Grafik (8GB, 140W TDP), HDMI, DP über Type C
  • Windows 11 Home 64 Bit, Akkulaufzeit bis 0 h, 2,8 kg

ASUS Vivobook 16 M1605YA-MB277W 16" WUXGA R5-7530U 16GB/1TB W11

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  • AMD Ryzen 5 7530U Prozessor (bis zu 4,5 GHz), Hexa-Core
  • 40,6 cm (16") WUXGA 16:10 Display (matt), Webcam
  • 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD
  • AMD Radeon Grafik, HDMI, WLAN-ax, BT
  • Windows 11 Home 64 Bit, Gewicht: 1,9 kg

HP 15-fc0456ng 7P7L2EA R5-7520U 16GB/512GB SSD 15"FHD nOS silber

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  • 39.6 cm (15.6") Notebook, without OS
  • Display: 1920 x 1080, IPS, non-glare
  • AMD Ryzen™ 5 7520U 4x 2.80 GHz
  • AMD Radeon™ Graphics Shared Memory
  • 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD
  • 3x USB 3.1 Gen2, Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)

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Requirements - what should my laptop be able to do?

Before you buy a laptop, you should consider what requirements you have for the device. Is it intended for office applications or do you want to edit pictures and videos professionally? Do you want to use the laptop for surfing the Internet or for gaming?

Browsing, mail, office applications

The requirements for a laptop are much lower for office applications and browsing than for gaming or image editing. If you mainly want to use your laptop for surfing and office applications like Word or Excel, a notebook with an inexpensive entry-level processor like the Intel Core i3 or an AMD Ryzen 3 is sufficient. You should choose 8 gigabytes (GB) for the working memory. Such laptops are already available from 300 Euros in the computeruniverse store.

Image editing, video editing, gaming

If you edit pictures or play with the laptop, then more powerful hardware is needed. For this, the laptop should be equipped with at least an i5 or a Ryzen 5 processor. Since the programs for laptops are getting more and more powerful, the choice of RAM should be 16GB. This way, you will enjoy your new laptop for a long time. For complex 3D games, it should even be an i7, i9 or Ryzen 7 processor. Such a processor in combination with a large RAM is also recommended for video editing. A graphics chip integrated on the processor is not sufficient for gaming and video editing. Therefore, make sure that the chosen laptop has a separate graphics card. It should have at least 8GB of graphics memory.

Graphics card - integrated or dedicated?

A suitable graphics card is also crucial when choosing a laptop. Especially entry-level laptops often have an integrated graphics card in the processor. It is sufficient for simple office applications. If you want to edit videos or use the laptop for gaming, you need a dedicated graphics card with its own video memory. A powerful graphics card is especially important for video editing. For gaming, it depends on the type of games. For 2D and retro games, a mid-range graphics card with 4 GB RAM is sufficient. For high-end games with high resolution (UHD/4K) and edge smoothing as well as VR games, graphics cards with 8GB or even 16GB of RAM are necessary. These graphics cards are also suitable for video editing as well as CAD and 3D applications.

What operating system should my laptop have?

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When buying a laptop, the operating system also plays a role. We also sell laptops without an operating system, so you can decide for yourself on which basis the laptop should run. Many users choose the free operating systems Ubuntu or Linux. Of course, the latest Windows version can also be installed on a laptop without an operating system. This variant brings some savings potential, since these laptops are cheaper to buy.

Most of the laptops in our store come with Windows 11 or 10. You should pay attention to the different versions of Windows. These are available as Windows Home for home users, Windows Pro for professional office use and Windows S. Windows S is a very simple version of the operating system and only suitable for absolute beginners.

Linux

One possibility is the Linux operating system. It is better suited for more experienced users, although standard programs also run under Linux. However, gamers should go for Windows, since many games do not run under Linux. Those who want to use Photoshop to its full extent are also better off with Windows. However, office applications and an image editing program are already available on Linux. So, if you don't necessarily want to rely on the usual, Linux is an interesting alternative. Linux is also ahead in terms of security, since there is hardly any malware for Linux systems.

Chrome OS

The so-called Chromebooks are conquering the market. They are easy to use and super fast. Their operation is reminiscent of that of a tablet or smartphone. The entire interface is controlled via apps that can be easily downloaded from the app store. Currently, Chromebooks do not have much internal memory, as they are designed for constant connection to the Internet. For laptop beginners, a Chromebook is well suited beyond the Windows world.

Apple MacBooks

Apple MacBooks are also an alternative to Windows notebooks. They are a bit more expensive, but also come with a lot of software. Office applications, programs for image editing and video editing are already included in laptops with Mac OS X, for example. MacBooks have a fancy user interface, intuitive handling and the operating system runs a bit more stable than Windows. On average, MacBooks last much longer than other notebooks and are thus worth their price in the long run.

Manufacturer

Notebooks are available from numerous manufacturers. The following table provides an overview of which manufacturers have particularly excelled in certain categories or offer special products for the respective demands.

Manufacturer

Laptops are available from numerous manufacturers. The following table provides an overview of which manufacturers have particularly excelled in certain categories or offer special products for the respective demands.

Entry level laptopsMultimedia-laptopsBusiness laptopsGaming laptopsConvertibles
AsusLenovoDELLGigabyteLenovo
AcerHPAppleMSIAcer
LenovoAppleLenovoHPDELL
MedionAcerHPAsusMicrosoft

Table 1: Laptop manufacturers and categories

Entry-level and simple office laptops are primarily characterized by low prices and easy handling. In the business sector, especially Dell laptops have made a name for themselves because the manufacturer is characterized by user-friendliness, security and support. Moreover, Dell not only offers individual products, but also total solutions for companies. Apple's MacBooks are now also used more often in companies, not only in the creative sector, because they offer comparable advantages as the Dell devices (security, support, user-friendliness).

The notebooks from Gigabyte and MSI, for example, have been developed especially for gamers' needs; they rely on powerful hardware and a cool design. Multimedia laptops are available from many manufacturers in different configurations and price ranges.

Screen, ports and equipment

Find the right screen size

The screen size is one of the most obvious features of a laptop. It also depends on the usage as to which size is advisable. If you want a device that is as mobile as possible, you will go for a smaller screen with 13, 14 or 15 inches. If you want to work with it as comfortably as possible or if you want it to be a gaming notebook, the larger models with 17 inches are recommended.

Advantages of smaller laptops (up to 15 inches)Advantages of larger laptops (over 15 inches)
compactcomfortable operation
easyReplacement for a desktop PC
Suitable for mobile useeye-friendly

Table 2: Advantages of smaller and larger laptops

Laptops with a 15-inch screen diagonal are not only smaller, but also lighter than 17-inch laptops. Also pay attention to the weight! For those who use the laptop as a space-saving replacement for a desktop PC, size and weight played less of a role. However, if you want to work on the go, this is an important factor. The bigger the screen, the more comfortable it is to work and surf, but the laptop also gets heavier with increasing screen size.

Buy laptop - touchscreen yes or no?

As of Windows 8, Microsoft's operating system also supports touchscreens. Especially convertibles - laptops with a detachable or foldable keyboard that can also be used as a tablet - are equipped with a touch-sensitive screen. However, conventional notebooks are also increasingly using touchscreens.

Before buying a laptop, you should consider whether you need a touchscreen or not. For a convertible, the touchscreen is of course essential. For a normal laptop, a touch-sensitive screen is less important. However, it can be useful if you work a lot on the go and don't always have a mouse with you. The operation on the touchscreen is then usually more comfortable and accurate than with the touchpad.

DVD drive - is it still necessary?

Many current laptop models come without a DVD drive. Since most software is also available for download today, this is not a problem. However, if you still have older programs on CD or DVD that you want to continue using, a DVD drive makes sense. If this is not the case, you can also do without it and thus save on both the price and the weight of the notebook. If you later realize that you do need a DVD drive or burner, you can also fall back on an external device. DVD drives / burners are already available for around 30 Euros.

Which ports are important?

For a purchase decision, you should also consider the ports that your laptop needs. Above all, it is important that there are enough USB ports. How many ports you actually need depends on how many devices you want to connect. While you can provide additional ports with a USB hub, a laptop should have at least two. USB 3.0 and USB 3.1 provide fast data transfer, but USB 2.0 also transfers without problems, it just takes a bit longer.

You can usually connect a USB 2.0 device to a USB 3.0 port and vice versa without any problems. The situation is somewhat different for printers (USB B-type) as well as cell phones and digital cameras (mini-USB): You can connect devices with USB 2.0 plugs to USB 3.0 sockets. However, this does not work the other way around.

If you want to connect your laptop to a larger monitor or the TV, you will need an HDMI port. If your monitor or TV still has a VGA port, you can still connect it via the HDMI output of the notebook with the help of an adapter.

MacBooks from Apple have a Thunderbolt interface. Here, all transmission channels for picture, sound, energy and data are bundled in a single port.

Connecting laptop to other devices via Bluetooth

You can also connect your laptop wirelessly to other devices. This is possible via Bluetooth, among other things, if the devices are close to each other. To do this, activate Bluetooth on both devices. On your Windows laptop, you do this via the Info Center at the bottom right edge of the screen (speech bubble icon). Select "Bluetooth" and follow the instructions. You can connect a mouse to your Windows notebook via Bluetooth by going to the settings and selecting "Devices" there. If you haven't already done so, activate Bluetooth. Now click on "Add Bluetooth and other devices", select "Bluetooth" and follow the instructions.

You connect a MacBook to other Bluetooth devices in a similar way. At the top right of the screen, click the Bluetooth icon in the status menu and select "Enable". Now click on the Bluetooth icon again. All available Bluetooth devices will now appear in the drop-down menu. Select the particular device that you want to connect to the MacBook. You will then need to authenticate the Bluetooth connection by entering the numeric code displayed on your MacBook on the device you wish to connect. Once the Bluetooth device is authenticated, open the drop-down menu again by clicking on the Bluetooth icon. Now select the device and you can connect it to your MacBook.

Price: The right laptop for every budget

Cheap entry-level laptops are already available for about 200 Euros. If you are looking for a laptop for surfing and office applications and do not have any demands on storage space and speed, such a cheap device is sufficient. However, be aware that you will have to cut back on features and comfort as well as speed.

An alternative for a small budget are used or refurbished laptops or B-goods offers. Here you often get a really good device for little money.

Most mid-range laptops starting at 500 Euros are suitable for somewhat higher demands like image editing, more memory and a faster speed. Especially for entry-level and mid-range laptops, a price comparison and a closer look at the features are worthwhile.

If you want full power and gaming fun, you will have to pay a lot more: Gaming notebooks and laptops that are also good for video editing and CAD applications, for example, are available from around 1,000 Euros upwards. The same applies to Apple's MacBooks.

With a tight budget, you can also fall back on devices from the pre-series. These are often a bit cheaper than the current models, and a comparison between the older versions and the newer devices is definitely worthwhile. You can easily save a few hundred Euros, especially with more expensive notebooks.

Laptops in comparison - prices, equipment and needs of the user

Laptops under 300€ASUS Chromebook C423NA-EB0462Lenovo Chromebook S345-14ASTLenovo IdeaPad 1 11IGL
Notebooks up to 500€Lenovo IdeaPad Duet 3Acer Chromebook Spin 511HP Chromebook x360 11 G3
Laptops up to 1.000€Lenovo ThinkPad E15Acer Aspire 3HP Pavilion 15-ec1478ng
Laptops over to 1.000€Dynabook Satellite ProMSI WS66 10TL-220Fujitsu Celsius H7510

Table 3: Laptop price classes

The table provides an overview of all price ranges and shows the notebooks with the best price-performance ratio. It is also important here to take a close look at the features to see if they fit your own requirements.

Most users will probably find themselves in the two medium price ranges - between 300 and 1,000 Euros. You will have to cut back on the cheaper models, especially in terms of storage space, but also in terms of speed and comfort. The models in the upper price range above 1,000 Euros, on the other hand, are rather special and are aimed at gamers or those who have higher demands in terms of requirements or comfort.

Hard disks, graphic cards and batteries - single and spare parts for laptops

Replacing defective parts like a hard drive or a graphics card is a bit more complicated on a laptop than on a desktop PC. Sometimes special tools are required. Nevertheless, it can be worthwhile under certain circumstances. Replacing a hard drive is usually possible even for less experienced screwdrivers, and a defective battery can also be replaced without problems. The graphics card requires a bit more know-how. However, keep in mind that you usually lose your warranty if you open your notebook. If something breaks during the manufacturer's warranty period, it is always advisable to first ask the manufacturer or computeruniverse's customer support. If the warranty has already expired, you should still consider whether you want to do it yourself or let a trained professional do it.

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Assemble notebook yourself

It is quite common to assemble your own desktop PC. The situation is different for notebooks. Assembling a laptop yourself is usually more expensive than buying a ready-made device. Although it is possible, we recommend using the filter function to specifically search for notebooks that match your expectations and demands.

Accessories - what makes sense?

For laptops, there are many accessories items that will make your life and work easier. The most common are:

  • Bags and backpacks
  • Mouse
  • Mouse pad
  • Powerbank
  • Laptop lock
  • Display protection film
  • Docking station
  • Car power supply
  • Stylus for touchscreens
  • Cooling pad
  • USB lamp
  • Keyboard

Bags and backpacks are especially useful here to transport and store the notebook safely. A mouse can also be a helpful extra, since input via mouse is easier and more accurate than with the integrated touchpad.

If you are on the road a lot and want to use your laptop, it is worth considering an additional battery or powerbank. After all, there is not always a power outlet nearby where you can charge the notebook.

If you work at least occasionally in public places (library, café, hotel, train, etc.), a laptop lock is also a sensible purchase. This will protect your notebook from theft.

When buying a laptop bag or backpack, make sure that the bag is also the right size for the laptop! You should also have the weight of the bag in mind - the lightest laptop is useless if the bag is very heavy for it.

Tips and tricks for laptops

A clean laptop lives longer

To ensure the longevity of a laptop, you must clean it occasionally. When cleaning, make sure that the notebook is switched off and disconnected from the power cord. A fine brush is recommended for cleaning the keyboard.

Cleaning laptop:

First, turn the laptop over and shake it gently. Then go over the keyboard with a fine brush. The screen is best cleaned with a microfiber cloth - dry or slightly dampened.

Using laptop as hotspot

You can use your laptop as a WLAN hotspot. It needs an active Internet connection for this. To set up a hotspot, go to the Windows Start menu and then to Settings (the gear icon). Now click on "Network and Internet" and select the "Mobile Hotspot" option in the left column. Set the slider to "On".

You can change the name of the hotspot and assign a password under "Edit". Make sure that you select a secure password.

Laptops: Common problems and possible solutions

Laptop becomes slow

Common causes of laptop problems are clogged or dusty fans and defective components. If the laptop becomes slow or hangs more often, a reinstallation of the operating system makes sense. Before that, you should perform a disk cleanup. If this does not bring any improvement, a new installation of the operating system is necessary.

If a defect occurs during the manufacturer's warranty period, please contact the manufacturer or computeruniverse's customer support.

Laptop gets hot

If the laptop gets hot, a dusty fan is often the cause. If you have already cleaned the fan and the laptop still gets hot, you can remedy the situation with a cooling pad. However, always keep an eye on the temperature. The surface on which the notebook is placed can also be a cause of heat buildup. Soft surfaces like table and bed covers, your own lap, etc. are not good for heat regulation. It's best to place the laptop on a special notebook stand or cooling pad. This ensures that the fan can work properly.

Laptop screen problems

If the display remains black, first connect the laptop to an external monitor or the TV. This way, you will find out whether the problem is with the screen or not. A possible fault can also be a cable break. Opening and closing the notebook puts a lot of stress on the cables over time. In this case, replacing the cables can be worthwhile. If the screen is actually defective, you should calculate exactly whether a repair is worthwhile.

Updated 28.06.2022