Acer , Asus , or Lenovo laptop? (I will give you the spec)

Walter14

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Hi there.. have been build my Pc with this forum recomendation. and its a good Pc.. And now i shall call you people to help me once again..
which one to choose ?

acer Aspire E5-475G $523.12
spec : Intel Core i5 6200U, 14", 4GB DDR4, HDD 1TB,, Nvidia Geforce GT 940MX 2GB

Asus A456U $583.78
spek : ntel Core i5 6200, RAM 4GB, HDD 1TB, VGA nVidia GT930 2GB, Screen 14" Windows 10

Lenovo Ideapad 310-14ISK $515.54
Intel Core i5 6200, RAM 4GB DDR4, HDD 1TB, NVIDIA® GeForce GT920MX, Screen 14" Wide LED, Win 10

Lenovo Ideapad 500-14ACZ $545.87
AMD Carrizo FX-8800P Processor, 4GB DDR3L 1600 MHz, 1TB, VGA AMD EXO PRO R5 M330 DDR3L 2G, Dvdrw, 14" FHD, Windows 10 Home

so... which one is the best deal ? Acer one has more spec with less price.. but make me suspicious... while ASUS is the most expensive wirth less spec.. And and my friend said that lenovo with its APU and DualGrafict is pretty legit.. and for Lenovo with i5 just seems there because its "standart" price..

so.. which one ?
 

GreyCatz

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Greetings, Walter:

I'd say go for the $515 Lenovo Ideapad 310. Given your background details, it seems ideal. It's also the least expensive one allowing you to save up for some more RAM later on.
 

Faux_Grey

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I presume you're looking at a laptop for games?

I would advise against all these laptops, as they're not powerful enough or they overheat.

I would probably take the Acer E5-475, but it overheats quickly: http://www.notebookcheck.net/Acer-Aspire-E5-473G-Notebook-Review.148872.0.html


If the laptop is not for gaming, rather save money and get one without a dedicated graphics card.
Battery will last longer and it will run cooler.

For gaming, you can make a much more powerful desktop system for cheaper than the cost of the laptop.
 

Walter14

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I will do game sometimes.. but nothing extreme... something like CS GO or Dota.. but mainly CS GO.. as far as i know CS GO its not that heavy..
wait.. i though when the graphic load is low the dedicated graphic will turn off automatycally.. its something called Nvidia Optimum ?
and about heat.. do a underlaptop-fans suffice ?
 

LaserChing

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I cannot choose it for u so I can tell u some.
I own a Asus A456U it can run Cities Skylines,Tf2,Cs go too but gmod 700 addons for some reason the fps drop but not always !!
If u bought it and regret don't blame me
 

GreyCatz

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Greetings, Walter:

I'd say go for the $515 Lenovo Ideapad 310. Given your background details, it seems ideal. It's also the least expensive one allowing you to save up for some more RAM later on.
 
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