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CAD laptop for under 700$

Hello guys , I'm looking for good laptop , I've been seeking around for 15.6'' screen , 500 or more GB HDD , 6 or more GB of RAM and dedicated graphics that could fit in my budget for less than 700$ ( 700 is my limit )

I need that laptop to be capable of running programs as AutoCad , ArchiCad , but needs to be as well capable of running games like NBA 2K13 , PES 2013 , FIFA 13 ( these games are not as demanding as BF 3 and such , as I could play them on Dual Core 2.5GHz , 2gb of ram and ATI HD 4670 512mb graphics ) .

So I've found Acer V3-571 - http://us.acer.com/ac/en/US/content/model/NX.RZLAA.001

as well as Lenovo Y570 or Z580 model
Z580 - http://www.lenovo.com/products/us/laptop/ideapad/z-series/z580/
Y570 - http://www.lenovo.com/products/us/laptop/ideapad/y-series/y570/

My question is , what laptop is the best of the 3 or are there any better options for my needs and my budget of 700$ .

Thanks

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ebay , amazon , etc

obviously I will not buy laptop from official store , so any better deals are welcome

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It it were me

the specs of the Y570 with the Nvidia Gforce graphics card is number is tops, The Acer V3 would be the 2nd pick and the Z580 the 3rd.

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