Laptops are quite the investment, and depending what your profession is, they can make you a lot of money. For example, if you are a writer, then a laptop is your instrument, if you will. Without it, you can’t make music (aka write and produce content). Did you know that a new MacBook Pro will cost you $1,499? And that’s just the cheapest option.
What are we getting at, one might be wondering? Well, laptops are expensive. As a result, you need to protect them from harm’s way. In the spirit of that thinking, we will be providing you with four ways to keep them protected.
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How To Protect Your Laptop From Harm’s Way
- Keep The Screen Clean
- Buy A Case
- Be Cautious Of Its Surroundings
- Make Sure It Doesn’t Get Too Hot
Keep The Screen Clean
How can you keep the screen clean? Well, you can either use a cloth or shirt and basically do nothing, or you can get a product that wipes away fingerprints and smudges with ease. To find out more about a product like that, make sure to check out CarbonKlean’s LapTop-Pro.
With a product like the LapTop-Pro, not only are you going to have a screen that is clean, but you are also going to be able to do said cleaning without messing up the screen. With a basic cloth, you might rub the screen too hard (and this can do damage depending on how much pressure you are applying). You can also scratch the screen if there is dirt or sand on it.
Keep your computer and vision happy by properly cleaning your laptop screen — it’s that simple.
Buy A Case
Not everyone likes a case on their computer, and some cases can actually make your computer overheat, which is a completely different issue. However, if you are going to be traveling, then a case can be added protection. If you are using your laptop as a portable device (which is why they were made in the first place), then it’s crucial to have a case on it because you never know when someone is going to bump into you, when you are going to hit your bag on something (such as the door when you are walking into Starbucks) and we think you get the point — protect your laptop with a case because it is more fragile than you think!
If you are just going to have your computer on your desk all the time — which is 100 percent fine — then a case might be kind of useless.
Be Cautious Of Its Surroundings
If you must have a drink around your laptop, then make sure it is spillproof. In other words, if it were to fall over, make sure the liquid can’t escape easily — use a lid! Also, if there are going to be kids running around your house, then make sure said kids can’t get to it easily or knock it over. Simply put, keep it out of harm’s way by keeping it away from an edge of a table, and things along those lines.
Just be cautious of your computer’s surroundings, because while a laptop might seem like a sturdy being, one drop could end its life (it could break it). If there is a chance that something around your laptop could break it, then make sure to remove that object, or move your computer.
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Make Sure It Doesn’t Get Too Hot
Don’t. Let. Your. Laptop. Overheat.
Sure, it might be called a laptop for a reason, but just pay attention to the situation. If you have the blankets over you, you are resting on the couch and your laptop is sitting in your lap, then there is a chance (perhaps a good one depending on the laptop) that it is going to overheat. Just listen to the sounds your computer makes. If it sounds like your laptop is doing overtime (in other words, if it sounds like a hair dryer is on), then you need to remove it from your lap.
If you must, buy a lap fan that connects to your laptop and keeps it cool. If you don’t want to do that, then simply keep it on a hard surface, such as your desk.
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