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    Question Which Laptop/Notebook should I buy

    Hello fellow gamers. Hope that you have been well.


    I need to buy a laptop or notebook for research purpose. I have zero knowledge about these portable things as I had always been a desktop guy myself. So I am humbly asking for your valuable suggestions.


    My requirements are,
    i) Good back up time and longevity of the battery
    ii) Reliable warranty service. (2 years preferred)
    iii) 12"/14" Display (LED perhaps?)
    iv) 500GB HDD
    v) ODD
    vi) My budget is 32K-42K. (as low as possible but I wont mind if a little more bucks bring reasonably more features)
    vii)Wifi


    I have found two models and they are Gigabyte Q2432M (34.5K) and HP Compaq CQ43-400TU(32.5). Is Gigabyte Notebooks any good?


    Thanks for reading this post with patience . Plaease help me out ASAP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reznov View Post
    Hello fellow gamers. Hope that you have been well.


    I need to buy a laptop or notebook for research purpose. I have zero knowledge about these portable things as I had always been a desktop guy myself. So I am humbly asking for your valuable suggestions.


    My requirements are,
    i) Good back up time and longevity of the battery
    ii) Reliable warranty service. (2 years preferred)
    iii) 12"/14" Display (LED perhaps?)
    iv) 500GB HDD
    v) ODD
    vi) My budget is 32K-42K. (as low as possible but I wont mind if a little more bucks bring reasonably more features)
    vii)Wifi


    I have found two models and they are Gigabyte Q2432M (34.5K) and HP Compaq CQ43-400TU(32.5). Is Gigabyte Notebooks any good?


    Thanks for reading this post with patience . Plaease help me out ASAP.

    First of all if ur Budget Max 42k then Go for Dell Inspiron 4050 2nd generation i3 with 2gb & 500gb hdd. 14'' display wifi & back up 3hours. In BD Dell & HP is better. But dont buy Acer laptop. In BD Gigabyte laptop is new so don't about their laptop. HP Compaq is Quite better then Acer. But if want 2 years warranty u can also go for Asus. Their laptop also good but not better than Dell or HP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VIPERS View Post
    First of all if ur Budget Max 42k then Go for Dell Inspiron 4050 2nd generation i3 with 2gb & 500gb hdd. 14'' display wifi & back up 3hours. In BD Dell & HP is better. But dont buy Acer laptop. In BD Gigabyte laptop is new so don't about their laptop. HP Compaq is Quite better then Acer. But if want 2 years warranty u can also go for Asus. Their laptop also good but not better than Dell or HP.
    thanks bro.
    Whats the price of that product? Is the back up really 3 hours or officially 3 hours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reznov View Post
    thanks bro.
    Whats the price of that product? Is the back up really 3 hours or officially 3 hours?
    Dell Inspiron N4050 2nd generation i3 42k. U can also Buy Toshiba laptop within 42k. But dont buy Acer laptop again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VIPERS View Post
    Dell Inspiron N4050 2nd generation i3 42k. U can also Buy Toshiba laptop within 42k. But dont buy Acer laptop again.
    Bro, processing power is not the matter I'm looking for. The main concern is back up time and performance in long run.

    BTW, I was expecting more response from BG brothers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VIPERS View Post
    Dell Inspiron N4050 2nd generation i3 42k. U can also Buy Toshiba laptop within 42k. But dont buy Acer laptop again.
    Why do you suggesting not to buy Acer laptop. I have one , it has enough good back up, better performance. why not bro?

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    1 Model - HP Compaq CQ43-400TU (2nd gen dual core) -32K

    2 Model - Dell Inspiron N4050 Black (2nd gen dual core) -35K

    3.
    Model - Dell Inspiron N4050 Black (i3) -41K

    Please suggest me among them! Which will be good for backup?
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    1.http://www.bdstall.com/listingDetail/mindex/10054/
    2.http://www.bdstall.com/listingDetail/mindex/9865/
    3.http://www.bdstall.com/listingDetail/mindex/8890/

    - - - Updated - - -

    As you can slightly increase your budget, so if possible to go at 45k, then get this one http://www.bdstall.com/listingDetail/mindex/10106/ my brother bought this from rishit and he is very happy with its performance

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    Decision final and its Dell Inspiron N4050 (i3). I'm going to take it tomorrow

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    nevermind... everyone's suggesting dell/hp but I dont think it will be a good idea. & as u have said u r going to buy this for only research purpose that means no heavy processor intensive works...then i will suggest u Toshiba*/ASUS & those with AMD APU processors. It will stay much more cooler than HP/Dell, higher backup time,lower cost & it has everything u need. Not sure abt Toshiba's cost but using one C660 & its performing real good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    nevermind... everyone's suggesting dell/hp but I dont think it will be a good idea. & as u have said u r going to buy this for only research purpose that means no heavy processor intensive works...then i will suggest u Toshiba*/ASUS & those with AMD APU processors. It will stay much more cooler than HP/Dell, higher backup time,lower cost & it has everything u need. Not sure abt Toshiba's cost but using one C660 & its performing real good.
    me too

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    Oh good fellas... I have already bought a Dell Inspiron N4050 three days ago. This notebook is really good.

    Didnt check this thread in the meantime.
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    Hello there. I need to know an another thing.
    Should I use the notebook plugging in with charger at home? Some people are telling me to use with the backup first and then connecting with charger.

    Please tell me the proper way of using the charger!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reznov View Post
    Hello there. I need to know an another thing.
    Should I use the notebook plugging in with charger at home? Some people are telling me to use with the backup first and then connecting with charger.

    Please tell me the proper way of using the charger!
    dont use the battery whn u have the option for ac power... while using the battery ur system will run at lower performance & the system will get hot if u try to do heavy thing... & one more thing ur battery has certain charge & recharge cycle, suppose 500times,each time capacity will go down,so better not to use the battery whn ac is available, one more thing dont let ur battery go down 20%.


    good luck.

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