Today, quad-core processors such as the 8th Generation “Kaby Lake R” and “Whiskey Lake” Intel Core i5s and Core i7s can be found to handle both everyday e-mail checking and extra strenuous enterprise purposes. They’ll be joined by new 10th Generation (“Ice Lake” and “Comet Lake”) cell CPUs later this year. Truly demanding workflows will instead need hexa-core items like the latest high-end “Coffee Lake” Core i7 ninth Generation CPUs. You may even find six- and eight-core Intel Core i9 chips, previously limited to desktops, in some larger workstation-grade machines meant for designers, engineers, and critical knowledge crunchers. But make no mistake, in the business sphere, standard clamshell-type laptops still rule, and selecting the best one can determine whether or not you run a company that is profitable or one that suffers from too much downtime.
The HP 14 (right here in evaluate) is an reasonably priced office laptop. It … Read More