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Laptop buying tips

Right now I'm using a Mac. I'm doing a lot of coding lately and I'm happy with this right now cause of the terminal that uses Unix. I do want purchase a laptop that easy on the pocket and is great to build for better performance. Any of you have any suggestions for me? Would be much appreciated!

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Why not keep with the Apple?
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I will keep my Apple

I am planning on keeping my Apple. I just want another laptop thats not a Mac to build up.

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So how about

Those Lenovo y50 and y40's?

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Heard about those

What do you know about them?

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The office supplied the y510p

So for about 1K 2 years ago it's a 4th gen i7 with gpu, 16GB etc. I was about to turn it in when the office sent it through an upgrade. Now SSD and a new keyboard so if I was shopping those are on my short list.

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