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Lenovo Legion 5 15.6" (1080p) 144Hz Ryzen 7 4800H, 16GB DDR4 ram, 512GB SSD, Nvidia 1660Ti - $1320

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Feb 19, 2020
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It’s been at that price since it first showed up on Amazon. Its really good value with the only knock being it’s the rtx 1660ti instead of the rtx 2060, and the battery life is being 2-3 hours. Hopefully it gets a big discount on primeday or Black Friday as the rtx 3000 mobile gpus are coming real soon.
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namomaz wrote: The legion is a better deal
The one with a 2060 in it is a better deal. Better GPU and cheaper.
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WilliamH85600 wrote: The one with a 2060 in it is a better deal. Better GPU and cheaper.
2060 is a better gpu yes but the screen quality is bad on the Asus. Bad thermals too.
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Nov 8, 2010
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Burnaby
How does it compared to this laptop? https://www.amazon.ca/MSI-GL65-10SFK-20 ... 198&sr=8-6
I googled it and people say this MSI laptop is really good for the buck when it was posted for $1399 USD.

It has RTX 2070 but comes with Intel i7 10750H instead of a Ryzen.
Sadly, both these laptops seems to have very poor battery life. Kinda leaning towards the Asus ROG Zeph with longer battery life.
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Xeph820 wrote: How does it compared to this laptop? https://www.amazon.ca/MSI-GL65-10SFK-20 ... 198&sr=8-6
I googled it and people say this MSI laptop is really good for the buck when it was posted for $1399 USD.

It has RTX 2070 but comes with Intel i7 10750H instead of a Ryzen.
Sadly, both these laptops seems to have very poor battery life. Kinda leaning towards the Asus ROG Zeph with longer battery life.
does it matter? since most of the time it's plugin anyways...
Prime deals, have 3 in similar price range, which is the winner???

MSI GL65 10SFK-206CA Leopard 15.6" 144Hz 3ms FHD Thin Gaming Intel Core i7-10750H RTX2070 16GB 512GB NVMe SSD Win10 @ $1569
ASUS TUF Gaming Laptop, 15.6 Full HD IPS-Type, AMD Ryzen 7 R7-3750H, GeForce RTX 2060, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Wi-Fi 5, Windows 10 @ $1299
Acer Predator Triton 500 Pro Gaming Notebook/ 15.6 FHD 144Hz IPS Display/ Ci7 9750H/ RTX 2060 6GB/ 16GB/512 SSD/Win 10 @ $1429

thoughts?
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Burnaby
SimonLiu wrote: does it matter? since most of the time it's plugin anyways...
It matters to me because I might be heading back to Taiwan for awhile and want to hit up coffee shops to do some work.
It's not going to be plugged in all the time.

But yes.. when it's at home, it'll be plugged in all the time.

From the 3 you listed, I think the best is the MSI or the Legion one that's on sale as well.
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Thedford
I purchased this unit and discovered there is NO SD card reader slot. That sucks when downloading pics from a dedicated camera or transferring files to a 3D printer. I know there are work arounds but it just complicates things...
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darcyh wrote: I purchased this unit and discovered there is NO SD card reader slot. That sucks when downloading pics from a dedicated camera or transferring files to a 3D printer. I know there are work arounds but it just complicates things...
USB to SD Card adapters are $10 on amazon.
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Jan 2, 2006
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Why when I click the link I’m getting $1366, not 1320?
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WilliamH85600 wrote: The one with a 2060 in it is a better deal. Better GPU and cheaper.
There's very little difference between the 1660ti and 2060

The 1660ti is actually better than the 2060 maxq
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Few used ones on there for 1271!
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Xeph820 wrote: How does it compared to this laptop? https://www.amazon.ca/MSI-GL65-10SFK-20 ... 198&sr=8-6
I googled it and people say this MSI laptop is really good for the buck when it was posted for $1399 USD.

It has RTX 2070 but comes with Intel i7 10750H instead of a Ryzen.
Sadly, both these laptops seems to have very poor battery life. Kinda leaning towards the Asus ROG Zeph with longer battery life.
It’s a gaming laptop that is meant to be plugged in. It does suck it doesn’t have the 10 hour battery life like the slim portable laptops but that’s a sacrifice you gotta make. Even if it came with a longer battery life, you’re unlikely to game on it as it lags with the lack of power feeding through it. If you’re not gaming, you shouldn’t be getting this because there are better work laptops than this. Cheers.
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bobbings wrote: It’s a gaming laptop that is meant to be plugged in. It does suck it doesn’t have the 10 hour battery life like the slim portable laptops but that’s a sacrifice you gotta make. Even if it came with a longer battery life, you’re unlikely to game on it as it lags with the lack of power feeding through it. If you’re not gaming, you shouldn’t be getting this because there are better work laptops than this. Cheers.
Do you have suggestions that have a Ryzen 7 4000 series? I would prefer a dGPU. I've been watching this laptop, but would rather have longer battery life. Crossing my fingers that the Inspiron 5505 or the Inspiron 7000 14 2-in-1 come back but not holding my breath.
I found an HP envy x360 15, but sceptical about HP.

What are the better laptops you might suggest?
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BankArsonist wrote: Do you have suggestions that have a Ryzen 7 4000 series? I would prefer a dGPU. I've been watching this laptop, but would rather have longer battery life. Crossing my fingers that the Inspiron 5505 or the Inspiron 7000 14 2-in-1 come back but not holding my breath.
I found an HP envy x360 15, but sceptical about HP.

What are the better laptops you might suggest?
The Asus Zephyrus G14 is an option. It regularly goes on sale for $1499+tax. You can get open box ones for $1409+tax at Best Buy when the sale is on.

You have to adjust a few settings, but battery life of 8-10 hours under non-gaming use is doable. It's also only 3.5 pounds which gives you loads of portability.
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Oct 23, 2012
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Brampton
wish i got this laptop over the Asus TUF. Like the trackpad on the Asus laptop is horrible
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I was going to buy a Lenovo Laptop, but I heard they have sound cracking problem, because the sound card is close the the Hard drive.

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