Here Are The Most Ideal Laptops For Kids

1Your kids may be in need of a laptop but you find it challenging to give them the one you have in the house. Kids need a different type of laptop that is light and easy to use, and most importantly configured with their needs in mind. This is not one of the things you will find in regular laptops, so you have to look further to get the right device. Below are reviews of the best laptop for kids that you can choose.

HP Stream 11-r010nr 11.6-Inch

The HP Stream 11-r010nr is a lightweight and fully-specked laptop that was made specifically for kids. Its heart and soul is powered by an Intel Celeron Processor, which packs 1.6 GHz. If compared with graphic designer laptops, the processor may not look much, but it’s ideal for the roles the machine undertakes in daily routines that your kid will love. With a 2GB RAM, and an SSD Storage of 32 GB, it’s undoubtedly a perfect choice for kids. It has a great build quality and offers excellent battery life.

Toshiba Satellite C855D-S5320

With the Toshiba Satellite C855D-S5320, you can run many operations that can be handled by any regular laptop. It definitely is a powerful machine, which packs 1.7 GHz Dual-Core E2- 1800 AMD E-Series processor. Its RAM is 4GB and the laptop also features up to 500 GB HDD, which can allow about 200 hours worth of HD movies. At 15.6 inches, its screen is larger and suitable for image/video editing or gaming. On top of all these benefits is the fact that it’s affordable and comfortable to carry around and use.

ASUS Chromebook Flip

The term Chromebook implies the computer runs on Google’s Chrome OS, which is designed to use with a connection to the internet. Many of its applications reside in the cloud. The laptop uses the Rockchip 1.8 GHz processor and comes with 4GB DDR3 RAM.

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