Designing for Excellence: Why Small Things Make A Big Difference

My current main computer is a Lenovo 3000 N100 notebook. It comes with Thinkvantage AccessConnections software to connect to WiFi Networks and it looks like this:
Recently Lenovo designed a new interface for access connections that looks like this:
Why am I sharing this with you?
When looking for a notebook computer, sometimes you can’t decide everything by how it feels or looks on the outside – you’ve got to hold it and use it for a bit to really see how you’ll like it. As notebook vendors continue to improve their computers you’ll see major and subtle differences. If you want a computer that you’ll love to work on – take the time to explore it and use it before you buy it.


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  • ProCompare

    I can’t agree more with the message above.
    Buying a laptop is a complicated decision which will probably affect you daily for the next few years.
    Many people fall into the trap of buying a laptop by price and specs.
    In addition to price and specs, you want to consider things such as ease-of-use, speed, reliability, stylish-design, tech-support, and yes…little features that makes a difference.
    However, there are many options to choose from, and most likely you don’t have the time and ability to thoroughly test them before you buy.
    Therefore, I would recommend you to check ( It is a recommendation engine that ranks laptops and other tech products based on ratings and reviews from a community of trusted IT professionals. They also have a cool personalization slider that lets you personalize the results based on the criteria that are most important to YOU.
    Hope you’ll find it useful.
    (If not, let me know.If yes, let your friends know).
    Mor Sela