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    laptop advice

    by swoosh.spartan.0t ·


    I’ve had an asus throughout high school and while it has worked well every now and then it has had some sort of issue some to the point we’re the laptop has to be reset.

    Now that I’m entering university I’m looking for a more reliable laptop that will last me a while. I would like it to be able to handle larger programs (I’m studying Astrophysics so I may need to use large programs, I’m not sure) but I don’t want to be spending over $1500 aud.

    Any advice?

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    • #3954481

      Best laptop under 1500$

      by hitechvibes576 ·

      In reply to laptop advice

      So according to my knowledge and experience these are some best laptops under 1500$
      1. Dell XPS 13 (9310)
      2. HP Spectre x360 14.
      3. Surface Pro X 2-in-1.
      4. HP ENVY 14 Ultrabook.
      5. Lenovo Legion 5 Pro.
      6. XPG Xenia 14.
      try these ones if you like.

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      Re: laptop advice

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to laptop advice

      Large programs might need a lot of RAM. Or a lot of storage, if they have a lot of data. And if they do a lot of calculations they might need a fast processor.

      What specs for RAM, storage and processor does the university recommend?

      See if you can use your old laptop until you know more about the requirements.

    • #3955789

      here are some options

      by old molases ·

      In reply to laptop advice

      1. Acer Aspire E15
      2. HP 14″ Touchscreen
      3. ASUS ZenBook UX303UB
      4. MSI GS65 Stealth THIN
      5. Lenovo ThinkPad E580
      6. Lenovo ThinkPad E590
      7. HP Laptop Intel Core i5
      8. Flagship HP 14″
      9. Dell Inspiron i5
      10. Apple MacBook Air

    • #3956303

      HP Spectre 360

      by xcomms ·

      In reply to laptop advice

      It runs kind of hot and the fan is loud. Yes walkaway positions I know but it is a powerful laptop. I use it for work and we have it set up with a lot of tools, office, xcomms, crm tool and many other things.

      Light weight and priced right. Its small so the keyboard is tight but if you get an additional mouse and keyboard you should be fine.

      It also looks great too!

      Good luck!!


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    • #3959289

      Some of the best laptops

      by kate_s137 ·

      In reply to laptop advice

      ASUS ROG Strix G15
      MSI GS66
      Razer Blade 15
      Acer Predator Helios 300
      HP Envy 17T

      Compare features and prices to find out what fits best for you.

    • #3959772

      Re: laptop advice

      by ColorCommSearch ·

      In reply to laptop advice

      Imho, use the first brand you used throughout your high school, for example, Asus but with higher spec, in my case I trust Acer Aspire already since I feel comfortable since it’s my first laptop brand

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