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Can Someone please suggest me a laptop under 40k , for normal usage and office work with a good battery backup. Please help 
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Acer is poor in terms of service. They provide services through third party it take 15 to 30 days to resolve simple issue. Moreover, third party give so much excuse to visit your house.
HP is best in terms of service quick resolutions and i feel built quality is best in hp.
Note i have used acer, dell, lenovo and hp.
For me HP is best in terms of quality of product and services.

Built quality of lenovo is not good. Strictly Avoid.

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CS_kishan wrote:

Thanks bro , for taking time and finding all this , but should I go for 8gb + 1HDD or 4gb + 512 SDD which one is best ?

You can get 8gb ram + 512gb ssd in 40k

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imi0402 wrote:

Please anyone pray guide me really good laptop under 35 k for home basic use for teaching student online.

Any ASUS i3 or i5 with atleast 4GB ram will do… ASUS provides 2 years on-site warranty for most of their laptops which none of the other companies provide plus they have great build quality and one of the best after sales support…

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sharmak wrote:

I actually want to ask something related to my laptop. I own Dell G3 and I used to notice that when I played game, the frame rate is actually okay-ish until I put on the charger which smoothen the frame rate. Any idea why is it like that?
Regarding Dell G3 specs, it is 8GB Ram/ intel i7 8th Gen/ NVIDIA GenForce 1050tix

Finally found a person who owns similar laptop of mine XD
how much did u purchase it at and when?
I purchased it at 78k in Croma bangalore on August 16th 2k19

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sharmak wrote:

I actually want to ask something related to my laptop. I own Dell G3 and I used to notice that when I played game, the frame rate is actually okay-ish until I put on the charger which smoothen the frame rate. Any idea why is it like that?
Regarding Dell G3 specs, it is 8GB Ram/ intel i7 8th Gen/ NVIDIA GenForce 1050tix

It may be due to Nvidia battery boost feature ,you can try this
NVIDIA CP → 3D Settings → Settings → Power Management → Max Performance

And always make sure don’t let your battery drain completely while gaming !

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Sushrut.B wrote:

Any ASUS i3 or i5 with atleast 4GB ram will do… ASUS provides 2 years on-site warranty for most of their laptops which none of the other companies provide plus they have great build quality and one of the best after sales support…

lenovo, dell, acer do it too

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After research for around 1 week . I bought this one for my sister in 57k – (around 55k from amazon pay icici card).
https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07VSRLJTK/ref=cm_sw_r...
Laptop is beast with 10+ hrs of battery backup and very light and sturdy.
I have 2015 Macbook pro Retina with me and it make it run for its money grinning

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aayushsinghal wrote:

After research for around 1 week . I bought this one for my sister in 57k – (around 55k from amazon pay icici card).
https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07VSRLJTK/ref=cm_sw_r...
Laptop is beast with 10+ hrs of battery backup and very light and sturdy.
I have 2015 Macbook pro Retina with me and it make it run for its money grinning

I wonder what research you did toungueout
You could have got Ryzen 5 4th gen in this price

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7H4NO5 wrote:

I wonder what research you did toungueout
You could have got Ryzen 5 4th gen in this price

bhai ek baar config check karke dekh lena tumhe idea ho jayega innocent I dont trust amd processors .

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aayushsinghal wrote:

bhai ek baar config check karke dekh lena tumhe idea ho jayega innocent

It’s i5 8th gen, Ryzen 4th gen is better than i7 10th gen.

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7H4NO5 wrote:

It’s i5 8th gen, Ryzen 4th gen is better than i7 10th gen.

For processors I trust only intel . And in case of laptops it hardly matters if you have good ram

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aayushsinghal wrote:

For processors I trust only intel . And in case of laptops it hardly matters if you have good ram

Bhai. Ryzen is the new king.

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aayushsinghal wrote:

For processors I trust only intel . And in case of laptops it hardly matters if you have good ram

It matters more because Laptop processors are inherently weak.

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Some probing questions to help further. Kindly excuse the ignorance and skip if these are very basic things one should know by default:

1. From the thread looks like we should always purchase default OS installed on SSD for better performance as that’s the drive where most of external applications are also installed? What if it’s a model with both SSD & HDD available as default. Where the OS generally resides? If we buy with only HDD and later add another SSD, possible to migrate OS and other apps to SSD? Or do we need to reinstall completely.

2. There are several types of RAM listed usually. Which is the best one?

3. Isn’t installing additional SSD/HDD and upgrading RAM yourself or via 3rd party service centers void warranty?

Any real life examples would be helpful.

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dipak.kgp86329 wrote:

Some probing questions to help further. Kindly excuse the ignorance and skip if these are very basic things one should know by default:

1. From the thread looks like we should always purchase default OS installed on SSD for better performance as that’s the drive where most of external applications are also installed? What if it’s a model with both SSD & HDD available as default. Where the OS generally resides? If we buy with only HDD and later add another SSD, possible to migrate OS and other apps to SSD? Or do we need to reinstall completely.

2. There are several types of RAM listed usually. Which is the best one?

3. Isn’t installing additional SSD/HDD and upgrading RAM yourself or via 3rd party service centers void warranty?

Any real life examples would be helpful.

1) Os is installed in SSD always. Yes you can migrate. You can even do fresh installation.

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Chandler_Bing wrote:

1) Os is installed in SSD always. Yes you can migrate. You can even do fresh installation.

Fresh genuine windows reinstall would need the OS CD, and license key, right? License we should note it before reinstall, but what about the OS CD?

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dipak.kgp86329 wrote:

Fresh genuine windows reinstall would need the OS CD, and license key, right? License we should note it before reinstall, but what about the OS CD?

I never tried in a laptop which had pre installed windows.
But from what I know, you can normally install windows by creating bootable pendrive via windows media creation tool. (Check youtube for the process, super easy) Your motherboard has the key, it’ll automatically be activated.
Though I’m not sure if you have to wipe the windows partition in HDD before the installation.

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Chandler_Bing wrote:

I never tried in a laptop which had pre installed windows.
But from what I know, you can normally install windows by creating bootable pendrive via windows media creation tool. (Check youtube for the process, super easy) Your motherboard has the key, it’ll automatically be activated.
Though I’m not sure if you have to wipe the windows partition in HDD before the installation.

Thanks 😊!! 1 down, 2 to go…

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dipak.kgp86329 wrote:

Some probing questions to help further. Kindly excuse the ignorance and skip if these are very basic things one should know by default:

1. From the thread looks like we should always purchase default OS installed on SSD for better performance as that’s the drive where most of external applications are also installed? What if it’s a model with both SSD & HDD available as default. Where the OS generally resides? If we buy with only HDD and later add another SSD, possible to migrate OS and other apps to SSD? Or do we need to reinstall completely.

2. There are several types of RAM listed usually. Which is the best one?

3. Isn’t installing additional SSD/HDD and upgrading RAM yourself or via 3rd party service centers void warranty?

Any real life examples would be helpful.

So far as i now Installing ssd and hdd without damaging any other part would not void warranty.it is mentioned on the support site of hp and asus clearly . But better to do this with the help of any service center guy as he has more knowledge about it.Also make a video while opening it

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Don’t know why people say Lenovo are bad quality. Rupee per rupee, Lenovo makes some of the best laptops in the market.
We bought two laptops, one HP (34000 I think) and one Dell (38K) last month for office and they have awful build quality not to mention below par performance.
I have a 2009 Lenovo laptop in which I plonked a 128GB SSD in 2012 and its still working like a charm. I don’t game. It’s fast and runs Windows 10 and Office like a champ plus movies and music too.
OP don’t let this sentimental, nationalistic views get in your way of choosing what’s best for your money. No matter what brand you buy, almost 80% of the components are still made in China so you’ll be still be giving out your money to the Chinese.
Also don’t buy a laptop without an SSD.
Good luck with the purchase.

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ACER

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Microsoft is slowly moving towards making Windows as a Service instead of a product. The OS and all apps & games will run on cloud. Speed and power of your computer will not matter in the future. Your performance will depend on the subscription package you will select.

All this will happen in the next 5 years.

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Never ever buy a Chinese trash like Lenovo!!
Go for Asus /Acer /HP with SSD.

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gauharjk670 wrote:

Microsoft is slowly moving towards making Windows as a Service instead of a product. The OS and all apps & games will run on cloud. Speed and power of your computer will not matter in the future. Your performance will depend on the subscription package you will select.

All this will happen in the next 5 years.

For personal users, it will never going to happen.

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Cool07 wrote:

For personal users, it will never going to happen.

Probably he is referring to windows 10x, which seems to be going in similar path

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Nice Discussion …. So Much Helpful

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I feel like acer is worst one joy

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Please don’t go for HP, My suggest is to go for Dell Inspiron model

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which one is better ryzen 3250u vs i3 10th

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