Business Laptops

If you're looking for a business laptop, The IT Bay stocks a wide range of powerful, versatile and reliable laptops to give you the productivity you need to get work done. Business laptops are typically designed to handle heavier workloads and are built using more robust materials to provide more durability than laptops designed for home users. They often feature more powerful processors which provide enhanced computing power to run more demanding business applications. Many business users run multiple applications simultaneously; thanks to their superior specs, business laptops are also better at supporting multitasking.

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  1. Microsoft Surface Pro 7+ - 12.3" - Core i7 1165G7 - 32 GB RAM - 1 TB SSD
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    As low as £1,749.99 £2,099.99
  2. Dell Precision 3470 - 14" - Core i7 1260P - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD
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    As low as £1,203.61 £1,444.33
  3. Dell Latitude 3330 - 13.3" - Core i7 1195G7 - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD
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    As low as £971.66 £1,165.99
  4. Dell Latitude 3330 - 13.3" - Core i5 1155G7 - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD
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    As low as £890.02 £1,068.02
  5. Microsoft Surface Pro 8 - 13" - Core i5 1145G7 - Evo - 16 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD
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    As low as £1,024.99 £1,229.99
  6. Lenovo ThinkPad P16s Gen 1 - 16" - Core i7 1260P - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SSD - UK
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Frequently asked business laptop questions

Which type of laptop is best for business?

When it comes to laptops, there are a variety of options on the market. However, not all laptops are created equal, and some are better suited for business than others.
The best laptop for a business user will depend on several factors, including the type of business, the budget, and the user's individual needs. For example, a freelance writer will have different requirements than an accountant. But there are some general guidelines that can help business users choose the right laptop.

A business laptop needs to be able to handle demanding tasks such as video conferencing, multitasking within different apps, systems and data entry so a laptop with a fast processor (Intel i5+ or Ryzen 5) and more RAM & storage should suffice (8GB RAM+ and 256GB+ storage).
Another important consideration for business laptops is portability. After all, business professionals often need to be able to take their laptops with them on the go. A laptop with 8 hours+ battery life should be more than enough and give you the freedom to use your laptop for a long period of time without having to stay plugged in. It is just as important to consider the size and weight of the laptop too. A laptop that is too large or heavy can be difficult to transport, and a laptop that is too small can be difficult to use for extended periods of time.
Finally, make sure to choose a laptop with reliable security features to protect your data. A laptop with security features such as password protection and data encryption can help to protect sensitive information.
While there are many different laptops on the market that meet these criteria, some of the best include the Dell XPS 13, the MacBook Air and the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon.
With so many factors to consider, it can be tough to choose the right laptop for business. But by keeping these considerations in mind, you can find the perfect machine for your needs.