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I've had the opposite encounter

So I don't know where you get your build quality detail from but I've seen it go both ways. My nod is to the 1060 equipped laptop since you can compare the 1050 to the 1060 and it's a step up.

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I would look at the site

Xoticpc.com. You can configure both of these models and get a range of prices per configuration. Plus some products will have customer reviews.

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Msi is good

MSI is really good and powerful. ASUS is more solid. Happy

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