That is, I refer to what durable is in the dictionary. "able to withstand wear, pressure, or damage; hard-wearing.
"porcelain enamel is strong and durable""
The only durable laptops we saw were Panasonic ToughBooks and some affectionately called ThinkTanks.
That said we've had many Asus models in the mix over the years at home and office. A few MSI but no MSI gamers.
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Hello, consider this identical setup on the laptops mentioned in the title:
SSD 500GB NVME
16 GB RAM
With all laptops having the same hardware, how do they compare ? I'm most interested in built quality, durability, screen quality(not refresh rate) and cooling.