@okbamtheman, Connor has good points and you need to provide more information for us to give you useful advice. You didn’t mention in your other topic (and perhaps this thread should be merged into it) but, since you are asking on vexforum, I am going to assume that you are competing. Which program are you in?
For example, in case of VRC, field programming laptop is going to be subjected to continuously rough conditions, usb ports abuse, occasional drops and magic puffs of metal dust from the nearby Dremels. It will always be undercharged and asked to feed starving controllers with the last drops of of its own electricity, while you are waiting in the queue.
For that reason my team bought a relatively cheap small and light Dell laptop with underpowered CPU to make the battery last longer and also to avoid having internal fans. Because you don’t want to risk metal shavings and dust to be sucked in.
Also, you have to make sure that it has more than one regular USB port to program the robot, in case you break one during the competition.
We had that little laptop for 6 seasons and it is still chugging along.