Paytm || Best Laptop Deals @ Cheap Prices

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1. HP 15-AU009TX @ Rs.60959 (15.6 Full HD/Core i7-6500U/8GB/1TB/Windows 10 Home/4GB Graphics)
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

2. HP Notebook 15-AU008TX @ Rs.70899 (Full HD,16GB, 2TB Storage, 6th Gen Core i7)
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

3. Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 500 (80R500C2IN) (Core i5 (6th Gen)/4 GB/1 TB/35.56 cm (14)/Windows 10/2 GB/Touch) (Black) @Rs.46648(After cashback)
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

4. Toshiba Satellite Pro B40-A I0033 (PSM4VG-004003) (3rd Gen Ci3/ 4GB/ 500GB/DOS)@Rs.18995
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

5. HP Notebook 15-AC649TU (V5D72PA) (4 GB/500 GB/15.6/DOS) For Rs. 17547 @22% Off MRP Rs. 22490
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

6. Apple MacBook Pro MD101HN/A Laptop For Rs. 48263 @60% Off MRP Rs. 120000
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

7. Apple MJLT2HN/A MacBook Pro (Core i7/16 GB/512 GB/38.1 cm (15)/OS X Yosemite/2 GB Graphics) (Silver) For Rs. 161990 @19% Off MRP Rs. 199900
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

8. HP 245 G4 Notebook For Rs. 16817 @19% Off MRP Rs. 20766
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

9. Lenovo G40-80 14-inch Laptop (Sennheiser Headphone + Free Mcafee license + Rs.400 eBook voucher) For Rs. 30990
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

10. Lenovo Ideapad 500 (80NT00PAIN) Laptop (Core i7-6500U/8 GB/1 TB/39.62 cm (15.6’)/DOS/4 GB Graphics) (Black) For Rs. 45262 @37% Off MRP Rs. 71990
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

11. HP AC184TU @ Rs.23058 (Core i3 (5th Gen)/4 GB/1 TB/15.6)
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

12. Acer Gateway NE571 (Core i3 (5th Gen)/4 GB/1 TB/39.62 cm (15.6")/Linux) (Black) For Rs. 21114 @15% Off MRP Rs. 24840
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

13. Asus Laptop @ Rs.27213 (Core i5 4th Gen/4 GBDDR3/500 GB/39.62 cm (15.6)/DOS)
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

14. Apple MacBook Air (Core i5/4 GB/128 GB SSD/13.3) For Rs. 51990 @35% Off MRP Rs. 80990
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

15. Fujitsu Lifebook A555 (Core i3 5th Gen 8GB RAM) For Rs. 19512 @39% Off MRP Rs. 32056
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

16. Lenovo Ideapad 100 15IBD Notebook @ Rs.19906 (Core i3 5th Gen/4 GB/500 GB HDD)
Link: http://www.desidime.com/forums/hot-deals-online...

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Is I5 4th gen better in performance compared to I3 5th gen/6th gen?

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@sagardrokr wrote:

Is I5 4th gen better in performance compared to I3 5th gen/6th gen?


Do refer this https://www.cpubenchmark.net/lapto...ml

The desktop i5 is clearly a better buy.
The i5 has 4 physical cores, no hyperthreading, and turbo boost.
The i3 has 2 physical cores, hyperthreading, and turbo boost.

Without question the i5 is better. On top of that Broadwell (5th gen) is just a die shrink of Haswell (4th gen). So unless you’re going to use the integrated GPU extensively, there is virtually no performance difference between the two generations. Broadwell just has lower power consumption, which you don’t really care about on a desktop.

Credits: http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2579312/5th...

Look here for more specific answer: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2985452/...

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@sagardrokr Unfortunately it looks like Navneet did not read the whole post that he had himself quoted. The relevant portion: "On laptops it’s not so clear.
The i5 has 2 physical cores, hyperthreading, and turbo boost.
The i3 has 2 physical cores, hyperthreading, and no turbo boost.

Prior to Haswell, the turbo boost on most of the i5 line was pretty modest – about 5%-15% base clock speed. Not really worth the extra $50-$100 vendors were charging, and the i3 was a better value (the fact that Apple doesn’t offer an i3 laptop was a big tip-off where the fat profit margins were). Only the ULV processors got bigger turbo boosts which made the i5 worthwhile.

Beginning with Haswell, the main i5 line became ULV processors (end in a U or Y), so most i5 laptops started to get turbo boosts of 30%-65%. So suddenly the i5 became a good buy compared to an i3 with the same base clock speed.

OTOH, Broadwell introduces some impressive battery life savings, and you’re more likely to end up using the integrated GPU on a laptop.

So the answer becomes: If CPU performance is what’s most important to you, then get the 4th gen i5. If battery life and integrated graphics performance is most important to you, get the 5th gen i3. "

My advice will be to stay away from any 4th gen parts unless you get a really good deal. Sustained CPU and GPU perf. and more importantly battery life will be much better on the 5th and 6th gen. parts mostly owing to the 14nm lithography.
The relevant Passmark scores: Core i5 4210U 1.7-2.7 GHz 3395
Core i3 5020U 2.2GHz ~3200ish
Core i5 5200U 2.2-2.7Ghz ~3500
Notice the 0.5Ghz clockspeed deficit in 4210U relative to its successor 5020U. And thanks to the 14nm FINFET process it can sustain top clocks for much longer. Benchmarks dont reveal the full picture as typically they only last for a few minutes as opposed to real-life workloads.

Also on the mobile side both i3 and i5 are dual cores(with Hyperthreading so 4 Logical/Virtual cores,where each core can dispatch 2 threads simultaneously but is only beneficial in heavily multithreaded scenarios) as opposed to desktops where i5 is quad core. BUT 6th gen. i5 will also be available in quad core flavours!!! Another advtg. is i5 boasts Turbo Boost ex. i5 5200U 2.2GHz is the base clock whereas 2.7GHz is the Turbo Boost sustained for short periods.
Rule of thumb is current gen. i3 is equivalent to last gen. i5.

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@abcwevr762 wrote:

@sagardrokr Unfortunately it looks like Navneet did not read the whole post that he had himself quoted. The relevant portion: "On laptops it’s not so clear.
The i5 has 2 physical cores, hyperthreading, and turbo boost.
The i3 has 2 physical cores, hyperthreading, and no turbo boost.

Prior to Haswell, the turbo boost on most of the i5 line was pretty modest – about 5%-15% base clock speed. Not really worth the extra $50-$100 vendors were charging, and the i3 was a better value (the fact that Apple doesn’t offer an i3 laptop was a big tip-off where the fat profit margins were). Only the ULV processors got bigger turbo boosts which made the i5 worthwhile.

Beginning with Haswell, the main i5 line became ULV processors (end in a U or Y), so most i5 laptops started to get turbo boosts of 30%-65%. So suddenly the i5 became a good buy compared to an i3 with the same base clock speed.

OTOH, Broadwell introduces some impressive battery life savings, and you’re more likely to end up using the integrated GPU on a laptop.

So the answer becomes: If CPU performance is what’s most important to you, then get the 4th gen i5. If battery life and integrated graphics performance is most important to you, get the 5th gen i3. "

My advice will be to stay away from any 4th gen parts unless you get a really good deal. Sustained CPU and GPU perf. and more importantly battery life will be much better on the 5th and 6th gen. parts mostly owing to the 14nm lithography.
The relevant Passmark scores: Core i5 4210U 1.7-2.7 GHz 3395
Core i3 5020U 2.2GHz ~3200ish
Core i5 5200U 2.2-2.7Ghz ~3500
Notice the 0.5Ghz clockspeed deficit in 4210U relative to its successor 5020U. And thanks to the 14nm FINFET process it can sustain top clocks for much longer. Benchmarks dont reveal the full picture as typically they only last for a few minutes as opposed to real-life workloads.

Also on the mobile side both i3 and i5 are dual cores(with Hyperthreading so 4 Logical/Virtual cores,where each core can dispatch 2 threads simultaneously but is only beneficial in heavily multithreaded scenarios) as opposed to desktops where i5 is quad core. BUT 6th gen. i5 will also be available in quad core flavours!!! Another advtg. is i5 boasts Turbo Boost ex. i5 5200U 2.2GHz is the base clock whereas 2.7GHz is the Turbo Boost sustained for short periods.
Rule of thumb is current gen. i3 is equivalent to last gen. i5.


Bro, i didn’t found the relevant topic on web for mobile chipset comparison so posted this…..
And no Core i5 is better than 6th Gen Core i3 wink

More specific http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core-i5-4200U-vs-...

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