Let’s know about the 5 best selling laptops in USA in 2022
1. MacBook Pro (13-inch 2019)
Apple’s latest laptop is now only $1,299. That price includes standard storage options of 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB of memory. But the base model comes with just 8GB RAM instead of 16 GB. Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro starts at $1,299, while its 15-inch version costs $1,799. If you want to upgrade to 16GB of RAM, it’ll cost $1,599. However, if you do wish to get Apple’s newest machine with 32GB of RAM inside — $1,999.
2. 12-inch Macbook Air
Apple’s latest low-cost notebook is now priced at $899, making it less than half the price of its predecessor. It comes with 64GB of storage and 4GB of RAM. However, its battery lasts about three hours less than last year’s model.
3. Dell XPS 13 2-in-1
The budget-friendly laptop has been updated with Intel processors, a sharper screen, and longer battery life. At the same time, it’s only 0.8 inches thicker than previous versions. Dell’s 13.3-inch convertible laptop starts at $850.
4. HP Pavilion 14-inch Notebook PC
HP’s cheapest notebook is now $600, which makes it cheaper than last year’s version. At the same time though, it doesn’t have a touchscreen display and only offers a max resolution of 1920×1080 pixels.
5. Asus ZenBook Flip UX550CA
Asus’ flagship ultrabook is now $500, down from $700 last year. It still features a touchpad, but no stylus is included. In addition, it comes in silver and black colors, not red as before. The laptop’s biggest feature remains a flip lid that doubles as a tablet.
You can read the following tips to keep your laptop in good condition
1. Keep the laptop away from water
If you leave your laptop open near a sink or tub of water, the computer’s internal components may become damaged over time. In the case of a desktop computer, shut down the system before it gets exposed to moisture. If you use a laptop, keep it a safe distance from any water source.
2. Keep the cooling fan clean
The fan inside the laptop uses electricity to cool the device. Dust can clog the blades, causing them to stop working properly. Use canned air or a soft brush to gently wipe the fans regularly to avoid overheating and malfunctions. You should never use metal tools to clean the fan, as they can damage the motor.
3. Clean the keyboard
Dust and dirt build up on the keyboard over time, shortening battery life and slowing performance. To clean the keys, spray a small amount of rubbing alcohol on a cotton towel and then gently rub the surface with a rag. Do not press the switch when cleaning it, otherwise you may scratch the plastic surface. Don’t forget the touchpad! Sprinkle some rubbing alcohol on a cotton cloth and carefully wipe the pad to dry without getting any liquid on the mouse buttons.
4. Remove the spill immediately
Dirt and stains can easily build up under the keys if you don’t remove them right away. Firmly press each key until the stain comes out, then rinse thoroughly to prevent further buildup. Never leave food or drink around the keys; This can seriously damage the keyboard. Try to store the laptop somewhere it won’t spill or put a protective cover over the keys beforehand.
5. Replace broken keys
Broken keys are one of the most annoying problems that laptop users face. If you manage to lose some keys, you will need an extra set. Check the manufacturer’s website for instructions on how to replace lost or broken keys. It is better to buy replacement keys online rather than from your local retailer. This way you won’t have to go through the hassle of returning faulty items.
6. Keep the battery charged
Laptops rely on primary and backup batteries to power their systems. When your laptop starts to run out of power, you will notice that the screen has gone blank. Depending on your model, the problem can range from a simple lack of juice to a complete hardware failure. Batteries wear out over time, so maintaining them well ensures they last longer Your laptop likely came with a manual or quick reference guide detailing the correct way to charge the battery. If not, follow these steps to make sure your laptop is on:
• Plug the charger into a wall outlet
• Plug the USB cable indicated on the laptop label into the port next to the AC adapter