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I need help finding/deciding on a laptop!

lukesummers6 Avatar
1y, 9m agoPosted 1 year, 9 months ago
I am looking for a laptop with a good processor and a decent amount of ram. I am not bothered about how much memory it has as I can just add more if needs be. I want a dedicated graphics card and to be able to handle some games but obviously not at top spec.
Up to now the best one I have seen is a i7 lenovo with 4gb of dedicated memory for graphics bit not too sure on it.
I am looking to spend anywhere up to £600.
Any help would be great!
The link to the lenovo is below.

lukesummers6 Avatar
1y, 9m agoPosted 1 year, 9 months ago

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Looks like a good choice and with the spec you need.
Just consider that this laptop has a 1080p (1920x1080)screen and you would get better gaming performance if you had the same graphics card with a lower resolution screen (1366x768).
There are pros and cons for both to down to your personal preference and what feature is more important to you.
I have over 40 years experience with comps and have pulled down and repaired many laptops. I prefer Acer for my personal use mainly from the aspect of being able to access the Thermal unit easily as opposed to say, Toshiba which requires ( usually ) a full pull down.
Please be aware that ALL laptops are basically the same inside, usually built of the cheapest parts. Having said that you indicate you're willing to spend £600, the following addy might help you. I hope you get the one you're looking for.

I had an acer aspire and it over heated and the fan broke due to this, so not to confident in acers atm. Also that link doesn't work so I can't go on it sorry.
I would prefer lower res screen due to that but I can't find anything that has the same spec for around the same price.
I'm also trying to look for the same :( good specs for that price. I need a budget laptop for video editing :/ it's not going to happen unless I fire some serious cash at one
Seriously considering the lenovo you linked although there are mixed reviews
The mixed reviews was the reason for this post. Although the main thing attracting me to this deal is the 2 yeas free warranty.

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