"If you’re looking for a sub-$400 laptop, skip Windows entirely. Since Google’s browser-based Chrome OS requires less processing power, laptop makers are able to put more into design and build quality. I suggest Toshiba’s $279 Chromebook 2 or Dell’s $300 Chromebook 11.Windows 10 Laptops: In Search of Great Hardware to Match Great Software - WSJ
If you remember only one thing, let it be this: If you’re in a rush to buy a laptop, get one you can live with and spend at least $600, and ideally between $800 and $1,200."
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Windows 10 Laptops: In Search of Great Hardware to Match Great Software - WSJ
From the final paragraph: wait to see the next Surface and optimized-for-Windows-10 PCs, if you can
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