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Dell Inspiron 7566 vs Lenovo Ideapad Y700.

I am really confused for which one should u bwtween Dell Inspiron 7566 vs Lenovo Ideapad Y700.

as both of them have
i7 6700HQ
16Gb ram
4gb GTX 960M

Money is not a problem as both of them are almost the same price for me !!

only difference i see is
Dell has 1tb hdd + 128gb ssd whereas
Lenovo has 1tb hdd + 256gb ssd
I don't think this is a big issue for me

Please suggest which one i should buy and Why ??
I am a casual gamer and do light editing...

Thanks alot !!

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Dell.

For me the y700 LCD and it's dithering method to get colors means it's off my lists.

There are web pages about it so you can find out more.

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ASUS ROG GL502VT

RUN, don't walk to Best Buy:
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/searchpage.jsp?nrp=15&cp=1&seeAll=&browsedCategory=abcat0502000&qp=brand_facet%3DBrand~Asus%5Ecollection_facet%3DCollection~Gaming%20Series&ks=960&sp=-bestsellingsort%20skuidsaas&sc=Global&list=y&usc=All%20Categories&type=page&id=pcat17071&iht=n&st=categoryid$abcat0502000&ref=30&loc=KW-4322&ksid=41f7ff3a-4c3f-4398-95e7-0143c909c656&ksprof_id=8&ksaffcode=139363&ksdevice=c
I bought one last week. I immediately ordered an M2 SSD from Amazon. 2 days later I installed the M2 in the open conector (A trivial operation, took 10 minutes.) cloned the OS off the SATA HD and converted it to a secondary drive.
It's a really good gamer with an i7, 12 GB RAM, GTX970M and surprisingly quiet.

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