The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to do more activities online. Many people are currently on the lookout for solutions that are stable, affordable, and easy-to-use and will allow them to connect to the outside world.
For seamless video conferencing, the platform needed should have an important processor, or something like it, as well as at least 4 GB of RAM.
Linux is a superb brand for conferencing via video calls. Laptops that are purchased may be new or used, but it is important to choose a model that is compatible with Linux. Check for the brand of the laptop, as well as the platforms of acceptable hardware.
Check for the model of the CPU as well as its speed, if it has USB ports, built-in Bluetooth, audio ports, Thunderbolt, built-in Wi-Fi, and more, depending on what you want to use the computer for.
Good, affordable laptops are found in Dell Refurbished, PC Liquidations, and eBay. Look for laptops that are between 3 to 5 years old, in great condition, with at least an Intel i3 and 4GB of RAM, minimum.