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    Default Suggest a laptop

    As the heading says, Suggest a Laptop within 35k.Keep the followings in mind..>>Longer battery Life >>Lighter Weight>>14" Preferable, So Give me your opinion!

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    i can provide the followings:
    light weight,14",longer battery+ performance.
    http://globalbrand.com.bd/ASUS-Lapto...rice&order=ASC
    sorry don't know anything else that falls into ur budget.

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    I will recommend you this within 35k budget -

    5th Generation -

    https://www.ryanscomputers.com/Asus-X454LA-7666

    6th Generation -

    http://www.startech.com.bd/hp-14-ac130tu-i3
    Last edited by GalibZ; May 16th, 2016 at 00:20.

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    The Asus looks good.

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    startech claimed they selling 920m lappy within 34k... which is a steal kinda... http://www.startech.com.bd/%20Dell-I...ice&order=DESC

    http://www.startech.com.bd/ASUS-X554...ice&order=DESC

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    startech claimed they selling 920m lappy within 34k... which is a steal kinda... http://www.startech.com.bd/%20Dell-I...ice&order=DESC

    http://www.startech.com.bd/ASUS-X554...ice&order=DESC
    He said 14 Inch Display ...

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    Laptop with dedicated graphics (nvidia/amd) is always a very very and very bad idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Laptop with dedicated graphics (nvidia/amd) is always a very very and very bad idea.
    why? do u mean gaming in a lappy bad idea coz battery gets busted after 1 year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    why? do u mean gaming in a lappy bad idea coz battery gets busted after 1 year?
    Because it is irreparable. When its gone, your entire laptop is gone. It overheats, it makes your laptop overheated. It adds weight. It draws more power. It causes driver issues. It eats up battery. What else do you need?

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    Most importantly, the resell value of dedicated gpu laptops are lower than the integrated ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Because it is irreparable. When its gone, your entire laptop is gone. It overheats, it makes your laptop overheated. It adds weight. It draws more power. It causes driver issues. It eats up battery. What else do you need?

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    Most importantly, the resell value of dedicated gpu laptops are lower than the integrated ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post

    Most importantly, the resell value of dedicated gpu laptops are lower than the integrated ones.
    i dont know about that one... coz i saw people successfully selling gaming lappys.... but other points are true... i saw many lap gpus getting busted due to heavy gaming...

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    but in many cases i think i saw repair shop reparing lappy gpus.... they just 'skip' the gpu and let the intel built in handle graphics....

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    Gaming lappys and laptops with r5 230 or 920m aint the same thing. A laptop with 960m or 980m will always have a good resell value. True gaming laptop and laptop with dedicated gpu aint the same either.

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    Currently im using Asus E202SA white. A truly sleek and wonderful performer with N3700 Braswell and 128GB ssd. 8.8 hours backup, 11.6", 4gb 1600mhz ram, type c port, hdmi port, lightweight and 2 years warranty. Over satisfied with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Gaming lappys and laptops with r5 230 or 920m aint the same thing. A laptop with 960m or 980m will always have a good resell value. True gaming laptop and laptop with dedicated gpu aint the same either.

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    Currently im using Asus E202SA white. A truly sleek and wonderful performer with N3700 Braswell and 128GB ssd. 8.8 hours backup, 11.6", 4gb 1600mhz ram, type c port, hdmi port, lightweight and 2 years warranty. Over satisfied with it.
    The Asus E202SA, how much does it cost? Is it the same one that you put up for sale few weeks ago?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slender Man View Post
    The Asus E202SA, how much does it cost? Is it the same one that you put up for sale few weeks ago?
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