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I want to pursue my career in data science for that i need to learn python,mysql & machine learning. for that i need a good laptop in which i can learn this languages. so dimers help me with which laptop should i choose which have i3 or i5 Processer? ssd or hdd which one storage is best? graphics card is needed or not? if needed then integrated or dedicated graphics card? ram is 8gb or 16gb? if ssd then 256gb or 512gb?


if any IT professional is here guys help me
with which brand should i go Dell,Hp,Lenovo or anyother? if you have any suggestions then give. i also searching laptops but still need experts suggestions. laptop model suggestions are wlcm


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You don't need a power hungry machine until you start deploying the models. As you're on very initial stage, your current purchase will get outdated by the time you'll start interviewing for real "ml/ds" roles. My suggestion will be MacBook Air if you can afford, or any entry level laptop with 16GB / M.2 drive. Invest your saved money over Google colab and stable internet connection.

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i5 11th gen , ssd , ram 12gb will work for you


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Min 16GB RAM, 512GB/1TB SSD, Integrated graphics (Xe & above)

About CPU, the decision isn't simple (i3 vs i5 vs i7). 12th gen intel chips are way more powerful than 11th gen but there are too many variants (U,P,H). No Xe graphics for U | P & H series chips (two extra performance cores vs U) got more horsepower but this means they're power-hungry too [TDP/PBP : 15W (U) vs 28W (P) vs 45W (H)]. 11th gen i5 should be enough but P-Series is the safe bet. H-series is found in bulky options (Better performance [95W MTP] + cooling & lesser battery life w/ similar battery capacity) but unlike some of the thin/light-weight laptops (U,P) the display panels used on most of these devices are medicore (Even on ~1L options)

So, decide accordingly (Brand preference based on local service quality)

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LG50 wrote:

@Tony007

Can you tell me the manufacturer and model of the laptop?

dell Inspiron 5420

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Tony007 wrote:

dell Inspiron 5420

Go to Dell support and enter the serial number of your laptop. There you'll find an option for the extended warranty, click on it and check for the ADP plans.
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LG50 wrote:
Go to Dell support and enter the serial number of your laptop. There you'll find an option for the extended warranty, click on it and check for the ADP plans.

what about customise or do some settings for new lappy?

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Tony007 wrote:

what about customise or do some settings for new lappy?

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Register for your office suit. Link your device with your Microsoft Id. Do a fresh install. Update bios if a newer version has been released. Check for any goodies you are eligible for. 🙂

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Tony007 wrote:

what about customise or do some settings for new lappy?

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Nothing there to customize
1. Screen brightness is 250nits and you need this pretty much all the time (Except for night time with no other light source ON) and the display panel is TN/IPS (most likely TN) so no precautionary measures required either (unlike OLED)
2. i3-1215U CPU + UHD Graphics. CPU is even faster than 11th i5, if you feel the performance is inadequate you can try changing power mode to performance from balanced (For better battery life, do it only when its necessary)
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getready wrote:
Nothing there to customize
1. Screen brightness is 250nits and you need this pretty much all the time (Except for night time with no other light source ON) and the display panel is TN/IPS (most likely TN) so no precautionary measures required either (unlike OLED)
2. i3-1215U CPU + UHD Graphics. CPU is even faster than 11th i5, if you feel the performance is inadequate you can try changing power mode to performance from balanced (For better battery life, do it only when its necessary)

bro i have 12th Gen i5 Processer 

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Tony007 wrote:

bro i have 12th Gen i5 Processer 

No big difference
i3 1215U, i5 1235U, i7 1255U - All got the same performance cores (2) & PBP/TDP ratings, the extra 4 power-efficent do give a performance boost but that's insignificant (around 15-20% max)
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