Which one of the 3 should I buy?

deboo117

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New 7th generation i5-7200U laptops:
The New Dell Inspiron 14 7000
HP Pavilion 14-al111tx
Lenovo Yoga 510 80VB000DIH
Which one is the best?
 

GreyCatz

Admirable
I assume that these are the devices:

Dell Inspiron
http://www.dell.com/in/p/inspiron-14-7460-laptop/pd?oc=z541501sin8

HP Pavilion 14
https://www.eocos.in/products/hp-pavilion-14-al111tx-laptop-core-i5-7200u-8-gb-1-tb-win-10-4-gb-graphics

Lenovo 510
http://www.thedostore.com/lenovo-laptops/lenovo-yoga-510-laptop.html

In its base form, the Dell offers a nice IPS display, 2GBs of 950MX VRAM (GDDR5). The HP has a decent IPS screen and 4GBs of dedicated 940MX VRAM (DDR3). The Lenovo stands out, but not in a good way: Only 4GBs of RAM and 2GBs of R16M-M1-30 VRAM (DDR3).

The problem is that the HP and the Lenovo cannot be customized further, while the new Dell in its base form is the most expensive one by quite a margin. This makes a comparison difficult and a bit unfair. But even with this reservation, the Lenovo's 4GBs of RAM is very cheap. And the dedicated AMD GPU lags behind the others, too. The HP has very good overall specs, and 4GBs of VRAM is a generous feature, even if it's only DDR3. And it seems reasonably priced, too.

The HP is therefore the best one in my opinion.

Cheers,
GreyCatz.
 

GreyCatz

Admirable
I assume that these are the devices:

Dell Inspiron
http://www.dell.com/in/p/inspiron-14-7460-laptop/pd?oc=z541501sin8

HP Pavilion 14
https://www.eocos.in/products/hp-pavilion-14-al111tx-laptop-core-i5-7200u-8-gb-1-tb-win-10-4-gb-graphics

Lenovo 510
http://www.thedostore.com/lenovo-laptops/lenovo-yoga-510-laptop.html

In its base form, the Dell offers a nice IPS display, 2GBs of 950MX VRAM (GDDR5). The HP has a decent IPS screen and 4GBs of dedicated 940MX VRAM (DDR3). The Lenovo stands out, but not in a good way: Only 4GBs of RAM and 2GBs of R16M-M1-30 VRAM (DDR3).

The problem is that the HP and the Lenovo cannot be customized further, while the new Dell in its base form is the most expensive one by quite a margin. This makes a comparison difficult and a bit unfair. But even with this reservation, the Lenovo's 4GBs of RAM is very cheap. And the dedicated AMD GPU lags behind the others, too. The HP has very good overall specs, and 4GBs of VRAM is a generous feature, even if it's only DDR3. And it seems reasonably priced, too.

The HP is therefore the best one in my opinion.

Cheers,
GreyCatz.
 

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