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  1. I've been putting off buying a new desktop PC for years, and now I've finally decided I'd rather have a laptop anyway, which should get me out of my basement and into my kitchen.

    I'm thinking 15.6" screen, big enough to see and small enough to carry. 1366x768 max resolution is fine. Aside from that it just needs to be reasonably good at playing things and doing stuff by modern standards. A friend is already telling me to get the Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p on sale for $850 on this page. If anyone wants to show me some better performance:price ratios or warn me about important things I haven't thought about then that's what this thread is fuckin' for.

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    2. ArmouredBlood

      ArmouredBlood

      Creaphis said:

      Smartphones give me no joy. They're not suited to serious engagement with games, movies, reading or work. They are naught but a conduit to perpetual distraction.

      Thanks anyway.


      A kitchen is for making food, not playing games, movies, reading or work. I took your "get out of my normal area" intention literally. You'd think laptops are great for going around town and having something to do while waiting for class/lunch break/appointments/etc, but after my college years commuting, I don't really see a difference between what I'd be doing on my laptop and I see others doing with a smartphone (I do not own one), besides doom mapping and adding 3+lbs to my backpack. If you really want to play a game, you'd be at home, in your computer area/living room, not setting up near to someone doing something completely irritating.

    3. hex11

      hex11

      I bought a used Thinkpad with 15" widescreen and don't like carrying it around much. Should have got a smaller machine... bigger than a netbook, but smaller than this. Anyway, I don't like the widescreen at all. I'll probably end up trading this for something else, maybe an old X60. :-)

    4. Technician

      Technician

      I use a Mac. I'm not one of you programing/mod nerds; I use my computer like one drives a civic.

      Though I fucking despise the Mac crowd with a passion.

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