Help....Big SSD or Big Intel numbers?

Discussion in 'Which Laptop should I buy?' started by Bungerella, Aug 20, 2017.

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    Bungerella

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    Don't know what to buy. Have to replace laptop for work as a teacher. I have looked at ASUS and Lenovo and one other but I'm not sure what to do. Should I be going for a bigger intel i5 or i7 or a bigger SSD (128GB or 256) and what models? Liked the feel of Lenovo or Asus? Any advice would be gratefully received. Thanks
     
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    something back

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    Welcome to the laptop forums site


    The main things to way up are what are your requirements now, and into
    the near future

    You will need a better graphic card if you going to run graphic hungry
    programs, cad design, games etc.

    Be careful the higher cpu numbers may be leading you in to a false sense
    of security an example of this could be that a i3 may well out perform
    an i5,or i7 cpu.

    Here's a link to a web site that will allow you to compare the cpu's

    www.passmark.com

    Next a ssd drive will only improve the response time a little other things
    are more important.

    It's a case of doing a little more homework on the laptop specs
    sorry to say.
     
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