What are the best laptops for crypto trading?
Choosing a laptop for trading is largely a matter of personal preference, but you can read the full answer here for some factors to consider in your choice.
Choosing a laptop for trading is largely a matter of personal preference, but here are some key factors to consider to ensure your laptop can keep up:
Processing Power (CPU): Your CPU helps determine how many programs and processes your PC can handle at once. Aim for a CPU speed of at least 2.8 GHz.
Memory (RAM): RAM is used to perform multiple tasks and run several programs at the same time. To quickly view all your data and swoop in for split-second deals, you should have at least 8 GB of RAM
Wireless Connectivity: Your strong, stable internet connection is crucial to your trading capabilities. The laptop you choose should have options for connecting via LAN as well as wirelessly via Wi-Fi.
GPU/Graphics Card: A good GPU plays a vital role in how you see trading data on your screen(s). If you have a one-or-two-monitor setup, a graphics card with 2 GB of RAM and a good ROP (Render Output Unit) is sufficient.
Storage: A quality SSD can decrease the time it takes for your laptop to boot up and help your programs run faster. Using external drives to store miscellaneous files can also help free up more space for your daily activities.
Battery Life: To stay connected and trading wherever you are, you need a laptop with a reliable, long-lasting battery.
Sandwich itself is fairly lightweight and reduces the processing power needed to trade across multiple exchanges. You can find the specific minimum requirements to run Sandwich here.