kalvano wrote:Every time I use my touchpad, I wish I had gotten a Mac.
Every time I have to lug that brick around, I wish I had gotten the Asus.
Every time someone's backpack hits my computer as they try and squeeze into the row of tables and knocks my laptop off, I'm glad I got a Lenovo.
This is the credited response.
I'm a gamer. I've built my last three PC's at home and keep using them for an average of ~5 years. Every time I'm about to build a new one I do a bunch of research, price out the components, compare builds, and go with what makes sense.
I buy smart and save myself pain 2 years down the road.
For law school, I'm going to be using this laptop to 1) study, 2) take notes, and 3) take my exams. There's no question in my mind that I'm going with a Lenovo. I won't be playing games on this machine, that's too slippery a road to set foot on. I want a machine that's durable, reliable and has a decent battery/motor under the hood. No frills, no superfluous LEDs, I want a workhorse. The Lenovo, specifically the T series, is what best meets that criteria. I'll be getting an i3, with 4G of ram, Win 64 Pro, integrated graphics card and a 9v battery. Plenty of power and futureproofing. I'll save the graphics cards and i7's for home.