i really love the hp pavilion m6 on how it looks, its thin and elegant style meant to be brought out to brag with frens. very nice and cool. i hate the looks of dell but i am very concerned with the specs. i will use the laptop for my entire career lol. like in study coz i always do presentation and also research overnyt. i also use it for watching movie. and i am a hard core gamer thou i know the laptops i listed above are not really meant for hard gaming. dont suggest desktop coz im sick of it. i know desktop is gud but guys, i cant even carry it in to our kitchen. (why wud i carry it on our kitchen???) . guys i really want to play NBA2K12 or 13K if there is, also PROTOTYPE 2, DEVIL MAY CRY 4, COD , BATTLEFIELD, DOTA 2, DIABLO 3, NFS, COUNTER STRIKE. i am also planning to study autocad so probably im going to install autocad to it and i want as much as possible to run it smoothly.
cud anyone help me choose whats best? and also i want to ask about the hp m6 with its amd a8 processor. i know that processor has its gpu like intel i7 with intel hd 4000. is that gpu of processor is different from the gpu of laptop hp m6 which is AMD Radeon HD 7640G + 7670M Dual GPU 2 GB DDR3?.
i really want to play games so i prioritize gaming specs.
by the way if u have other suggestion, pls look in this website http://uae.souq.com/ae-en/laptop-notebook/l/ coz my mom will going to buy it here coz shes working in uae. so its hard for me to look laptops with gud specs because it depends on the website if its available there.
my budget will be 800 dollars but my mom wants more cheaper than it. actually my moms want to buy the acer aspire 5755g which cost 645 dollars but im going to pursue to the two laptops over 700 dollars if its worth and meet my demands especially for gaming.
The Dell looks better for gaming too me. The 7670m is slightly better then the 540m for gaming. Also the dell has an i7 which has 8 threads and 8 GB of RAM which would help with CAD, and help future proof it. Battery life may be lower on the dell due to the processor and GPU.