Need help to decide which laptop to buy ( All needed info is below).

itsPerfectHiT

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Morning / Evening

So as what the title says i need help to decide which laptop i should buy, I've been building my own custom PC's my whole life so i have zero experience when it comes to laps .

I need the laptop for the following purposes :-
1) Installing Virtual machines to study servers because im planning to take the MCSA tests.
2) Occasional Gaming sessions .
3) Normal Daily use.

So we are talking about a High performance Computer to handle this but TBH i'm stuck with a budget, i really understand that a PC would be a much better idea but for now a laptop is a better choice for me since i'm going to use it at work and its a space saver at home.

My eye on these 3 laptops, I've been reading alot about them and i found out that i cant take a final decision about which to buy.

- Lenovo Y700-80NV00M5AX ( review )
- MSI GE62 6QD APACHE PRO ( review )
- Asus ROG G551VW-FY212T ( review )

Hope you guys can give me some advice, i'm really living in hell trying to figure out which one out of these 3 is the best .

Thank you in advanced
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xDeuiii

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Since I see you're going to take it to work and want to save space at home, I would skip on the MSI as it's bulky. The Lenovo has battery life but is heavier and has less SSD storage. I would suggest the Lenovo simply because of it's battery life which will come in handy at work. If you need more SSD storage, you can always upgrade.
 

itsPerfectHiT

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Thank You for your reply xDeuiii,
Yeah better battery life would be the best but not for me since i always have a charger around me at work, lets ignore that for a second and look at it from the " Performance " point of view .. is it possible that Lenovo perform better than the Asus and MSI ?
 

xDeuiii

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It may be possible because despite being the same specs, not all parts are manufactured the same. If that would be the case, a particular company would have all of its components either in perfect shape or defective but that isn't the case. If battery life isn't a problem for you, I'd suggest the ASUS as it's lighter to carry around and has more ports for you to work with.
 
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