This is my first post here and hope that someone can help me out.
Cut a long story short pc world have given me £600 to get a new laptop as my old one went wrong. I have to get it from a pc world store or www.pcworld.co.uk
This was my old one that did me well and was still going strong but got a little sluggish as I never formatted it in 5 years. I liked everything about it as well even now I still like it but obviously have to get a new one.
click here is what I used it for.
Web, making cds, photo editing via PhotoShop, audio editing via adobe audition, watching films and maybe a game but nothing special but that don't mean if something good comes out id still like to be able to run it.
I seem to be drawn to HP still I have found a pavilion with touchscreen and an envy without which I think are both good but I'm not sure if I need to have a touchscreen or not and if I did get one with will it make it more future proof or not.
Please help me decide what to get.
I have £600 to spend and have to get it from www.pcworld.co.uk
I agree with rdave13 that touchscreens on a regular laptop add a level of confusion that is not necessary but if you consider one of the fold over screens that turn a laptop into a "heavy" tablet then you will find the touchscreen useful. Have a look at these Asus or this one Lenovo Fles personally I prefer the latter.
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