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Best Answer phillpower2 , 15 July 2017 - 04:17 AM

You are welcome   Cant find anything to beat those two prices and next best was another Lenovo here and being honest I would stick with the Lenovo in your OP. Go to the full post »


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Hi everyone

 

I am looking at two different laptops for work. I already have a great PC Replacement/Gaming Laptop but its a beast to take everywhere.

 

My budget is around 350.

 

I have come across two that seem like good deals but not sure which would be best so I need a little help.

 

I appreciate any advice I am hoping to purchase in the next day or so.

 

Quiqzal

 

 

1.)  Acer Aspire E15 E5-522-851P Notebook – 15.6” HD Display, Win 10 Home, AMD A-Series A8-7410, 2.2GHz, 8GB DDR3L RAM, 1TB HDD, AMD Radeon R5 Graphics, Webcam, DVD-RW, HDMI, WLAN – NX.MWHAA.009

 

$359.00

http://www.tigerdire...1839&CatId=4935

 

 

 

2.) Lenovo - 15.6" Laptop - AMD A12-Series - 8GB Memory DDR4 RAM - 1TB Hard Drive - Platinum gray, AMD Radeon R7 Graphics, 2.7 GHz,DVD-RW, Bluetooth 4.1, Webcam

 

$349.99

 

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/lenovo-15-6-laptop-amd-a12-series-8gb-memory-1tb-hard-drive-platinum-gray/5828300.p?skuId=5828300

 


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Hello Quizcal,

 

For me the Lenovo, faster, marginally better specs and less expensive than the Acer.


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Thank you for your input.

 

I think I will try out the Lenovo.

 

I have only had Asus' for so long stepping away into a new brand even for a work laptop feels weird  like Im cheating...LOL. :prop: 

 

I do remote work and meet with my employer twice a week. I just need something I can take with me that is dependable and if something happens Im not out a ton of cash. I mainly will be running QuickBooks, Ring Central , Inflatable Office (Scheduling Software), Banking Software and keep multiple tabs open. 

 

So nothing overly taxing just got to have it be able to flow smoothly  :D 

 

Do you happen to have advice on any other in that price range out there?


Edited by Quiqzal, 14 July 2017 - 11:44 PM.

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✓  Best Answer

You are welcome  :)

 

Cant find anything to beat those two prices and next best was another Lenovo here and being honest I would stick with the Lenovo in your OP.


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Thank you so much for your help.

 

Picked up the Lenovo this afternoon looks like t will work out great for what I need.

 

Sometimes just another voice helps make a decision.  :yeah:


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You are most welcome Quizcal  :)

 

Glad we could help, thank you for letting us know that your question had been answered, we hope that the new computer serves you well  :thumbsup:


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