What aspect/factor are comparing between these two laptops?

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Jit833

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1) What aspect/factor to compare when making comparison between two laptops?
2) What is the most important aspect/factor when making comparison between two laptops?
3) What aspect/factor are comparing between these two laptops?


Did I construct the above sentences correctly?
 

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1) What aspects/factors [STRIKE]to[/STRIKE] should we compare when making a comparison between two laptops?
2) What is the most important aspect/factor when making a comparison between two laptops?
3) What aspects/factors are worth comparing between these two laptops?


Did I construct the above sentences correctly?

None of them is entirely correct. I have made some amendments to make each one grammatically correct, but I have added a more natural suggestion below.

When comparing two laptops, what specifications should be taken into consideration?
 

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I prefer 'features' to 'aspects' or 'factors'.

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I prefer 'features' to 'aspects' or 'factors'.

Rover

Aha! That's the word I was searching for. I changed "aspects/factors" to "specifications" but I knew it wasn't quite the word. "Features" is perfect.
 
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