Students are still enjoying the lazy days of summer vacation, but they are also gearing up for back-to-school. Nearly 34% of consumers plan their shopping 3 weeks to 1 month before school starts, for many campuses that time is now. The Douglas Stewart Company offers some of the biggest name in tech making your on campus sales even easier.
Best Overall Value
Dell Inspiron 13 5000 starting at $499.99
Finding a laptop with excellent performance and a modest price tag is now possible with the Inspiron 13 5000. The 2-in-1 hinge allows users to easily watch Netflix, show off a presentation, or type up a paper. Picture the possibilities great optional features like a backlit keyboard and an infrared camera for facial recognition.
Best for Overachiever
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 starting at $899.00
When you’re on the go, it’s undeniable that carrying less stuff with you will make your lives easier. Students that are involved in extra curricular activities, have a packed class schedule, and hold down a job need a machine that can keep up with their lifestyle. The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 has all the power of a laptop without weighing users down. The Surface Pro 4 gives users the power and flexibility to work from anywhere with the $129 type cover.
Best for the Creators
Dell XPS 13 starting at $799.99
For artists, the screen is the most important component of the laptop. From editing images in Adobe Photoshop to taking notes, they need something a display that is ensures sharpness and clarity. The XPS 13 provides users with the power to run necessary software without sacrificing overall function making this laptop a perfect addition to any portfolio.
Best for the Programmers
Lenovo ThinkPad T460 starting at $1,049.00
On-the-go endurance partnered with a powerful performance make the Lenovo ThinkPad T460 a top contender for programmers and computer science students. Spending long hours at the compute students need something that can keep up with their pace. The long battery life and comfortable keyboard are the best tools to get things done any hour of the day.
As reviewed on USA Today