Comparison of laptops - Need help ASAP for purchase

GamerLackingKnowledge

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Hey guys,

I've been looking for laptops for a little while and noticed US has some good deals, though Australia has a crappy market. There is a sale, which kind of brings prices in line.

The three laptops I'm comparing are as follows:

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Gigabyte-P57X-1070-701S-17-3-i7-7700HQ-16GB-256GB-1TB-GTX-1070-8GB-Win10-Laptop-/152398064129?hash=item237ba1ea01 - $2,400

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Gigabyte-P57W-1060-701S-17-3-i7-7700HQ-16GB-256GB-1TB-GTX-1060-6GB-Win10-Laptop-/162191971138?hash=item25c3651342 - $2,143

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Asus-GL702VM-17-3-i7-1TB-256GB-16GB-GTX-1060-6GB-Gaming-Laptop-Mouse-Pad-USB-AV-/332050501452?hash=item4d4fc08f4c - $2,080

The Asus laptop (last link) I believe is thinner, and although doesn't have the better CPU, is slightly cheaper and I've read good things about the speakers etc. Both 1060 laptops have 2133 ram where the 1070 has 2400 ram.

Beyond that, can you guys tell me what you think makes the most sense to get, value for money wise. Or even if you see some glaring issues or benefits i'm overlooking, like the thunderbolt port on the Asus.

Also, is anti-glare on a laptop screen needed, particularly inside, or does it look worse when inside.

Thank you guys!
 

wehler53

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Firstly Asus > Gigabyte when it comes to laptops.

That difference in ran speed would be near to unnoticeable.

And anti-glare helps alot when you are in a room where the screen will be in direct light but doesn't really effect the screen quality at any other time

I would recommend the Asus they are a far better company when it comes to laptops.
 

wehler53

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Firstly Asus > Gigabyte when it comes to laptops.

That difference in ran speed would be near to unnoticeable.

And anti-glare helps alot when you are in a room where the screen will be in direct light but doesn't really effect the screen quality at any other time

I would recommend the Asus they are a far better company when it comes to laptops.
 

GamerLackingKnowledge

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Thanks for your response.

I ended up going with the Gigabyte just because I'll be doing a lot of typing on it, and I've read reviews about that specific Asus model having a poor keyboard to type on in comparison.

I appreciate the response.
 
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