It happens to all of us—looking to buy a new laptop, you find yourself wanting more of everything. Some of us, however, don’t want or can’t afford every feature offered by laptop manufacturers. Thankfully, they’re not all essential. Discrete graphics and extra memory, for instance, will increase the cost of your notebook and will likely remain underutilized unless you’re playing games or editing HD video. So what other features can you skip when buying a new laptop? Read on to find out.