You cannot lose with either of the Lenovo laptops as unlike the others on your list they just work. Now the C930 is a consumer laptops while the X1 is an enterprise one, and enterprise laptops from any OEM are just more robust than their consumer cousins are. I have owned laptops from all three that you mention and Dells are subject to both system-board and battery failures rather quickly - first year or 1 1/2 years. The HPs will suffer form display and system-board failure. Lenovo is the best choice as I said in the beginning they just work, are more robust, have a superior charging system so you do not have to worry about replacing a degrading battery after a year or two.
Hey everyone! I am looking to buy a new laptop and I have narrowed it down to a couple options, but before I buy, I was hoping to get some feedback and suggestions.
First, I'll be using the computer for basic everyday tasks such as web browsing, email, etc.
Secondly, I am a college student and I am working on my degree in Information technology. I do all of the courses online and use Office 365. I will also be using Python to complete some coding projects.
Finally, I would like the ability to possibly record some basic music tracks. Nothing fancy, I just write a song or two here and there and it'd be nice to get the ideas down. However, this is not a make or break and school/coding is more important.
The laptops I have been looking at are the Lenovo X1 Carbon, Lenovo C930 Yoga, Dell XPS 13, and the New 2018 HP X360 (the one with the angled corners). All of them have 16GB memory and 512 Storage, also each has 8th gen core i7 processors.The HP seems to have the newest core i7 with it being a 8565U. the others use 8550U processors.
Wondering what recommendations folks have on these laptops or if there is another brand/model I should take a look at.
I am happy to answer any other questions as well!
Thank you for reading and for the assistance!