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I have $2000, Which laptop I should buy for AutoCAD work?

I want to buy a new laptop for my AutoCAD work. Please suggest me about which laptop I should buy.

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Optimal laptop for CAD

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HP ZBook Studio G3 is compatible with many CAD programs including most latest Autodesk products and solidworks. It’s quite solid when you look at the specs: Windows 7 with 15.6 inch screen and has a FHD screen, NVIDIA Quadro M1000M graphic card (2GB), processor: quad core Intel i7 with 6MB cache, 16GB RAM - which can be upgraded if need be and 512GB SSD memory. It supports many CAD programs including BricsCAD, Keyshot 6 Pro, AutoCad latest versions, TurboCAD, CATIA and Moi3d. The laptop costs about $2000.

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My last HP was my last HP.

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Long story but can't recommend that company.

Try some 1K buck Asus ROG with 16GB DDR4, i7, 960m etc. Swap the HDD for SSD and fly.

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