Since all have the same CPU it looks like you are looking at gamer laptops. The same rules apply here UNLESS one of these have SWITCHABLE GRAPHICS which lets you cut the power draw and use it like a laptop.
All seem nice enough but the Lenovo keyboard was a non starter for me as they swap the control key away from the normal position.
The usual issue about gamer laptops is they age badly. The heat and stress of games take their toll as well as the battery dies fast if the owner uses the battery. Many don't believe the 300 cycles statement until year 2 hits them. At least the cure is easy. (leave the ac cord plugged in)
As long as you can accept the usual 2 year life span you'll be fine with any of them.
I've been browsing through the almighty Internets and found three laptop models that tickle my fancy in a way or another, given the budget and this country's offerts.
Anyway, I've stopped at these three laptops, and I'm seeking advice about which one to purchase.
1) Lenovo Y560-3 [Intel