Best Pink Laptops For Students
When it comes to students, getting great value out of everything is the name of the game, but that doesn't mean looks have to be sacrificed. Gone are the days where cheap meant dreary colours and bad performance; these days there are some fantastic deals to be found if you look in the right place.
Perhaps the most important piece of kit for a student is a laptop- not only can you keep in touch with friends and family, you can take it to the library and finish off that all important essay or coursework. These days pink laptops are all the rage, especially for girls- they look amazing and can do lots of different stuff. So if you're looking for a pink laptop, but don't want to spend all your cash or take a chunk out of your student loan, read on!
The Dell Inspiron 15 is our pick of the bunch when it comes to getting the biggest bang for your buck. It's fully loaded with some great gear like an Intel Dual Core processor, 2GB RAM and it even comes with Windows 7. Base models start at £349, but if you check out our homepage you'll find some awesome Dell deals. In our "Pink of the Month" we've scored it 10/10, so the Inspiron 15 is definitely up there with the best.
The Asus Eee PC is the best option if you're after a pink netbook. With an awesome seashell design and plenty of power thanks to an Intel Atom N280 processor and 1GB of RAM, you'll be all set to compute on the move. The super light weight of 1.1kg, coupled with a sleek, thin profile proves that good things do come in small sizes. The 1008p model by top designer Karim Rashid features some stunning styles that'll really turn some heads in the library!
Another fantastic option is the Acer Aspire One, a small and stylish netbook with an 8.9" screen. This little beauty weights less than 1kg, so it's perfect for shoving in your bag and going down the library. The 1GB of RAM and Intel Atom processor mean you'll have no problem writing reports, surfing the internet and giving presentations. It's functional too, with a built in webcam, WIFI, 3G and SD card reader as standard.
If you want more information about the more technical side of what to look for in a laptop, check out our laptop buying guide.