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which laptop should i choose?

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July 13, 2014 5:07:41 PM

help me to choose
i wonder to choose which one this laptops my budget is about £1500 or 2550 $
i am thinking about
MacBook Pro 15 with iris pro
asus g 750jx
gigabyte p25w
thinkpad W540 or t540p
dell precision M3800
or any recommendation of yours
important factor for in battery life running games like fifa 14 smoothly i am going to use MS office every day even with mac i will install windows, durability is important factor as well i will need to keep it for 4 years i guess
i am currently having Vaio vpcf12s1e i buy it at 2010 but it is at end of its life cycle and getting slow thanks for your help

Shall i wait for broadwell? i heared i will be in Q2 2015 so too long to wait for it i guess

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July 13, 2014 6:55:37 PM

I'd go with the Asus, designed towards gaming, great laptops. Have a number of clients that have gone with the ROGs and swear by them ;) 
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July 14, 2014 4:37:10 PM

Hmmm.... if battery life is a huge concern then the Macbook Pro or the ThinkPad would make sense to me. However, if gaming is a priority (FIFA 14 on high settings) then I'd go with the ASUS as well. If you don't mind medium settings, then the Macbook Pro or ThinkPad would work just fine.
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July 16, 2014 11:38:53 AM

I would go with an asus myself as i have one but it is biult for multimedia rather than gaming. You could go with razor blade or msi ghost if portability but will have to sacrifice on the settings. But as all you are going to play is fifa, any laptop in the £600 - £800 mark should be enough in my opinion.
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July 26, 2014 5:51:43 PM

velo3100 said:
I would go with an asus myself as i have one but it is biult for multimedia rather than gaming. You could go with razor blade or msi ghost if portability but will have to sacrifice on the settings. But as all you are going to play is fifa, any laptop in the £600 - £800 mark should be enough in my opinion.


the thing is i usually buy a laptop/pc every 3-4 years so i prefer to have high end one for longer time :) 
razor blade is very nice but it is not supported in uk i guess

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July 26, 2014 5:53:08 PM

iBUYPOWER - Jason said:
Hmmm.... if battery life is a huge concern then the Macbook Pro or the ThinkPad would make sense to me. However, if gaming is a priority (FIFA 14 on high settings) then I'd go with the ASUS as well. If you don't mind medium settings, then the Macbook Pro or ThinkPad would work just fine.


is asus as durabale as old vaio pc's ? i had dell and vaio dell battery was very poor after a year but vaio one was still in good condition
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July 26, 2014 5:55:44 PM

FrankDDougherty said:
I recommend Alienware ALW18-1990sLV. It specs are Intel i7-4700MQ 2.4 GHz, 8 GB DIMM, 750 GB 7200 rpm Hard Drive, 18-Inch Screen, Dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. It is worth $2,099 before but now it is worth $1,911.32 & FREE Shipping in Amazon.


i love the design of allienware but how durable is battery life? shall i change the battery but each year ?
how about build quality ? i would like to use laptop for 3-4 years will it be durable enough till then?
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July 27, 2014 11:30:57 AM

Asus is definitely durable as I have been using my for about 3 years now, the other I don't know as I have never used one
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July 28, 2014 10:01:03 AM

From what I've heard, ASUS's are pretty durable as velo3100 has said. I wouldn't go for a VAIO since they're predominantly focused on aesthetic than value/performance. Also SONY is going to phase out their VAIO laptops so the support for their laptops may disappear in the near future. If you had pick between an ASUS or a VAIO, the ASUS is the clear winner!
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July 28, 2014 10:15:56 AM

Yes, as mentioned earlier, the Asus is the best of the list
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