Never again fear the endless options of the laptop market. By the time you're done with this quiz, you'll know exactly what to look for in a new laptop.
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What does the resolution of a computer screen determine?
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In late 2011, Intel launched a laptop category with this marketing name to drive sales of lightweight computers.
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This kind of display technology is found in almost all laptop screens.
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Some low-end and ultraportable laptops use these kinds of graphics to save battery life and keep prices down.
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ULV computer processors power lightweight laptops like ultrabooks. What does ULV stand for?
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If you want to play games on a laptop, this component is more important than any other.
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Some lightweight and premium laptops are trading out hard drives for this kind of storage.
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Computers with these kinds of batteries are sometimes a bit bulkier, but replacing hardware is very convenient.
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These kinds of keyboards have become standard in the laptop industry, but the travel distance and feel of the keys can still vary between models.
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This computer component is a smart choice for an upgrade -- it affects performance across all kinds of applications.
Question 11 of 20
This external port is a must for outputting video from a laptop to an HDTV.
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This speedy port is slowly replacing USB 2.0 ports in laptops released in 2011 and beyond.
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Many business laptops use these as a security feature, but they only offer limited protection against computer savvy thieves.
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While not all laptops adhere to these sizes, these are the three screen measurements most commonly used by laptops.
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Some laptop makers are switching to this kind of design to make their laptops sturdier and more attractive.
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AMD introduced APUs in 2011, and they've replaced CPUs and GPUs in some laptops. What does APU stand for?
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Some ultraportable laptops are dropping this port in favor of WiFi Internet access.
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When buying a laptop for travel, this quality can be a huge factor in how often you actually use your system.
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Tend to work late into the night? This luxury laptop feature might be up your alley.
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