Question AMD Ryzen laptops

Jun 19, 2020
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Hi, I'm looking to buy a new laptop. I wanted to try AMD for a change, I've never had a computer with an AMD CPU.

I've been reading that the Ryzen is very good and I found a lot of laptops with Ryzen 2000 (Dell), 3000 (Acer), and some with 4000 (Asus, Vivobook?) series. (all Ryzen 5)

Just wanted to get the opinions of those who owned such CPU's if you notice any real world difference between say a 2500u, 3500u, or even the 4500u? is the integrated GPU good enough? umm, battery life? any other stuff?

The laptops I found with the 4500u are a bit out of my budget, so what I'm trying to say is should I pay extra to get a laptop with a Ryzen 4500u? or would I notice any substantial difference between a 3500u and 4500u? Not really planning to do anything intensive, just for home use...

Here's the list of the laptops im looking at:
Dell (forgot to note what model) Ryzen 2500u
Acer swift 3500u

Here are two that might be fairer to compare:
Asus Vivobook 3500u
Asus Vivobook 4500u

I'm really just trying to compare the processors here, all other specs meet my needs (wants) somehow.
Don't know what else to compare. battery life in general? future proof-ness??

Thanks.
 
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