Sauve’s no longer offers custom laptops for sale. For those interested in a new or replacement laptop, we recommend laptops with the following features. These specifications closely match what we have been offering for years and satisfy the needs for nearly all home or business use.
We recommend Dell laptops configured using the features outlined below. However, HP, ASUS, and Lenovo carry acceptable laptops also.
This is part of a series of posts offering information about he purchasing a laptop.
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The following FAQ is meant to decode the terminology you will encounter selecting a laptop to purchase. We go over the various features available on modern laptops and offer our recommendation for each item.
Check out our Dell suggestion page for laptops that satisfy our recommended features.
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We recommend Dell for all your laptop needs. There are a wide variety of choices (almost too many), so we’re offering tips on how to purchase a new Dell laptop.
You can also decide to purchase a different brand using our basic recommendations. Any laptop that satisfies our minimum requirements will perform well. Dell, when combined with their extended on-site warranty, has better support than other brands.
Dell offers several core model lines to start out with. Read on for information and buying recommendations.
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Ordering a new laptop or desktop computer can be nerve racking. Not only are there so many options available, but attached to all those options are an endless steam of nonsensical techno-babble.
If you don’t have the time or interest to wade through it all, Sauve’s offers consulting services that can help. We talk things over and recommend a specific model. You then have the option of purchasing it, or not.
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Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) is the company you pay to access the Internet. You will eventually have trouble with any one you select. It’s complicated stuff making your home or office a gateway to the world. A lot of things can and will go wrong.
This article outlines some of the universal and not so universal truths we encounter in our day to day work. The names of the Internet providers are endless. In this case, we focus on the providers in our area, but the meat of the article can most assuredly apply everywhere.
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