An all-round laptop is a laptop which balances features
The first thing you should do is decide what kind of laptop you want, as this will determine what features you require such as; if you need it to be powerful, you may have to sacrifice weight and price. If it must be portable then the performance could suffer. These choices do not exclude laptops they simply highlight what it is you actually want.
The next thing you should do is settle on a price, be realistic but make sure you stick to it, around five hundred pounds is a good bet as you will be getting a very good all round laptop for that price, there are cheaper devices but they will be inferior in terms of features. But if you are stuck on how much you can spend then you can still get a good laptop for around two hundred pounds.
When looking at laptops make sure to check the specifications of what you are buying, as some laptops can be significantly better than other models in certain areas such as memory and processing power with only a small increase in price, so while one laptop may only have 2GB of memory another for only thirty pounds more, could have up to 6GB. It's a similar story with processing power only twenty pounds more can have a massive impact on the laptops performance.
Of course with laptops you should check the battery power and wireless connectivity. These will be important for whatever you will be using the laptop for but in a business environment you will be required to work on the move so getting good wireless connectivity is extremely important and you cannot always use a power socket so long battery life after a charge can also be a driving factor when buying a new laptop.
Save on Laptops is a company run by Box Limited, which stocks laptops of all kinds so whatever you require in a laptop can be supplied by them, with prices ranging from 170 - 2500.