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There are some great laptops out there these days, but who says you need to spend big bucks to get a great device? Is it possible to buy a great laptop on a budget and still get everything you need? Let us show you the best laptops on a budget.
We’ve all bought clothes that ended up in the back of our wardrobes. Sometimes it’s because the clothes looked great in the store but not on our bodies, or they just didn’t match with anything else we own. The Art of Manliness offers a three-step rubric to avoid these problems, called the Style Pyramid.
I was never what you might call culinary-inclined. In fact, the extent of cooking knowledge I possessed was from my eighth grade home economics class and it was the ability to make… wait for it… honey butter. Yes, honey and butter. Mixed. So when I took to living alone in the big city, my cooking skills weren’t as developed as I’d have liked.
Dear Lifehacker, I have been using CrashPlan ever since my house was burgled last year and a few laptops loaded with family photos were stolen. However, CrashPlan had a sharp price jump after its Australian data centre was opened. Is there any more affordable alternative that offer unlimited space and real time backup for three computers? Thanks, Crash Priced