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Buying a laptop
computer can be very inexpensive these days. If
your requirements are modest and you are just
looking for a basic machine - to send e-mails,
surf the ‘net or simply update your Facebook
status – then two hundred pounds or thereabouts
will probably cover it. In all probability your
new machine will have a built in webcam, an adapter
for wireless broadband and oodles of memory.
The downside of
purchasing a laptop, as with any piece of sophisticated
modern technology, is that by the time it is up
and running in your living room it is probably
already obsolete. In this fast moving world new
applications and gadgets are arriving on the scene
at a rate of knots, and it is constantly a struggle
to keep up.
Look at this from
the point of view of a business and it isn’t
difficult to appreciate the scale of the problem.
A company may buy 50 laptops, or 100, for its
employees. If the relentless advance of technology
overtakes them then it will need to spend a small
fortune purchasing software updates or, if all
else fails, new machines.
This is why laptop
leasing is looking increasingly the safest and
most intelligent option.