The Drill driver is the most used power tool in any toolbox. The drill drive can be used for screw driving and drilling into different materials.
Modern drill drivers are ergonomically designed, lightweight and built for easy use. The handles are often rubberised for comfort with anti-slip features. The more power the drill has the more torque it produces. Look for the drills RPM (revolutions per minute), the higher RPM the faster the screwdriver will turn completing the job quicker.
Variable speed is a standard feature to look for in a drill, it gives you more control when drilling or screw driving into different materials and a reverse action helps you remove screws quickly and easily.