But that was far too many for me to pull up and compare. That aside I will write I really enjoy my Acer Predator, Asus ROG and Asus Vivobook.
I think the Vivobook won't stand up to users abusing the laptop. In fact all laptops with an exception of Toughbooks and ThinkTanks tend to break if the user drops or pounds on them. I don't want to write what I think of such abuse here but am encountering folk that want a machine to take the punishment the owner dishes out.
I see a model there with FREE DOS which is fine if you are to load up Linux but then I encounter folk that melt down installing Windows. Well, Windows does install but the owner can't figure out the order of drivers and apps to install to get it working as good as say the factory installed Windows. Some of those buyer lay the blame on Microsoft or even me when I share my generic install routine.
Hi, I want to buy a laptop but I do not know enough and I have not found a model that will make my eye
1. What is the maximum budget
600 euro . if it is really worth it, it can tighten the belt and squeeze around up to 800euro or so
2. What will you use your laptop / notebook for?
A.chat spark + media + sales + chrome 12tab min + explorer 4tabs min + office + work force manager; [must work 5 days a week minimum 8.5 hours a day / the one at work is a dell optiplex and it just barely works with all these programs]
B. Python, sublime text3, 1virtual box, teamviewer, autoit, antivirus, autocad (I want to go on the recommended: https: //knowledge.autodesk.com/searc...-Toolsets.html)
C. very rare: WordPress / Wix / youtube / netflix
- extremely rare, probably some side dish of games
3. Is portability important?
not realy, i'll automatically exclude the 13 '' screens . 15 '' or greater; 17 '' if I fall in price. weight is not a problem but I would prefer not to have a chainsaw on desk both the weight and the noise wise
4. Do you have any preferences that we should know about? Color? Dimensions? HDD capacity or amount of RAM installed?
a.8 GB minimum RAM. 16 preferably with the possibility of change / enlargement.
b. jack for headset with mandatory microphone because at work I use the same set and there we have usb blocked. or recommend me if there is an adapter for the jack to usb jack or some headphones with usb and jack
c. casing : as sturdy as possible preferably something metallic. there will be a bus - car - train commute , resistant to shocks, or angry me, something like business class or workstation
d. ssd + hdd in total approximately 1TB
e. usb 3.0 type A and usb 3.0 type C, hdmi the possibility to make dual monitor with another monitor / tv / video projector, wifi as best, numpad - mandatory, ethernet jack, I do not care if it comes with OS or not
The processors and video cards I do not understand but I would not want something ULV, maybe something H or M from the 8th generation i7 I did not understand what the differences would be between them
So far, on the desktop I have gone Intel for cpu and I would prefer to go that way for laptop too.
In college we will do machine learning and artificial intelligence and I do not know how demanding is that to hardware
From what I searched, I saw that lenovo appears in all the searches but it does not encourage me that it is plastic and I have never worked with lenovo.
until now this is what a found:
What can you suggest?