Currently, (7th June 200) you get a great laptop for Rs.45,000. And
a moderately decent one for Rs.30,000. However, the prices are falling.
They will continue to fall. So if you cannot afford it now, maybe you
will be able to afford it in a few months.
Make a budget: You
can save a lot on your laptop purchase by writing out a budget of
exactly what you need and want and sticking to it. Don’t buy a
huge amount of hardware space and very high memory if you don’t
need it. Buy it if you need it only. People tend to get a little
excited when buying so I repeat, decide what you want, make a budget
and stick to it!
Get a used laptop:
There is definitely a risk involved in doing this. The same risk that
is there in buying anything that is second hand. But you might just
strike gold. So look out for a good deal.
Don’t assume that just because it is a laptop you can’t
bargain. Bargain the hell out of the deal. The truth is you can bargain
for just about anything. Best of luck!
Always remember to ask for a detailed written explanation of the company's warranty, especially if you're shopping at some dicey “insanely low prices store”.
The warranty should cover details like:
It would be a good idea to find out the addresses of the companies laptop service centers in your city. If the company does not have any service centers in your city, then maybe it’s not such a good idea to buy that brand of laptop.
Best Of Luck!
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