Getting credit is something that more people are now increasingly starting to think about. It’s not as easy as it used to be, and companies like Brighthouse are the ones many people have to turn to when other avenues haven’t worked out.

Regardless of what you think about companies that charge high interest (in this case it can typically be around 65 per cent) they’re a necessary part of many consumers’ shopping habits.

But we’re not here to talk about credit. We want to share a useful little tool that Brighthouse have built to help people make more informed choices when it comes to their tech purchases.

At, people who need a bit of guidance when it comes to choosing a personal computing device can answer some very straightforward question to get recommendations. The questions focus on expected usage, preferred interfaces and other features and functions, then spit out an ideal match. It might be a smartphone, a tablet or a notebook - it all depends on how people answer the questions.

It’s a great little tool, and should help people make smarter shopping decisions, regardless of where they end up making their final purchase.