Back to school sees laptop purchases rise
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The number of laptop purchases has risen with the new school year: notebook.hu informed business daily Világgazdaság that between August 20 and September 20, Hungarians bought an average of 25,000-30,000 laptops computers, roughly one and a half times as many as in an average month.
August and September are an especially busy period for laptop purchases, along with Christmas and Black Friday.
Experience has shown some differences in positive or negative directions each year, but these are not significant.
Among notebook.hu customers, devices costing between HUF 250,000-300,000 are the most popular; an average customer spends HUF 280,000 and mainly chooses Asus, Lenovo, and HP brands. According to the company, customers choose based on speed, capacity, memory, and processing power.
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