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  1. So, I've been thinking about picking a laptop, and it's been a little confusing. So, I am a student. I need a laptop to do light work, like creating a powerpoint, word, documents, and to browse. I do play games, BUT I only play lighter/casual games like csgo, ow, r6 siege, dirt rally, and some other light titles. I only play casually, I only play for fun and no serious gaming at all. I'm fine with medium settings in most games at 1080p with a playable 50+ fps. I don't need the best performance, or the fastest screen. I don't care too much about graphic, and I'm not your typical pro-csgo. I'm not good in games, that's why buying a costly gaming laptop won't make amy difference, and I do travel quite a lot, and I do have some work to get done. Okay, so I need something with decent build quality so it won't break, decent battery life for most of my day, okay performance, portable enough for travel, and one note is that, I do care a little with display, and I would like to have one with decent 290+ nits brightness, and >75% sRGB. If you have any recommendation, especially with intel's comet lake coming soon, I would love to hear it. I've seen some good deals around Asus UX550GE, UX433, UX533, and if there's any gaming laptop that offers good value at around $1000-ish price. I might as well take a look at it, even if it's not the most portable, or best battery life. If you have any suggestion, whether it would be in 2019 or 2020, I would like to hear it all. Thanks.
  2. So, I've been thinking about getting a computer after awhile, and I face 2 choices. Build a PC, or buy a laptop. I'm a student, and my school does give me some —not tons, but some— work that requires a computer, the tasks aren't exactly hard nor difficult, simple tasks like making a powerpoint, word, checking few documents related to school, and probably researching would be easier on a computer than on a phone. I also game. BUT, I don't game as intensively as an average gamer do. If other gamers are very critical about their 60fps minimum, high-setting minimum, or GTX1660 as a must, I'm not that part of demographic. I game casually, I play CS:GO, OW, R6 Siege, DirtRally, and maybe a bit of Tomb Raider. I'm not very critical about 60, 90, 120fps, I think a playable 50+ fps is fine. As for graphic (as I suspect from Rise Of Tomb Raider), a 1080 medium setting is more than fine to me. I don't need 60fps at high setting, 50+ fps at medium setting in 1080p is more than what it takes to make me happy. No, I don't game for 6 hours straight, maybe 2-3 hours at most. Also, I play for fun, I don't care about 1ms difference, nor 300fps in csgo. I play casually because 1) I play in my downtime and just for fun, 2) I'm not good at games in the first place, so I never play them very seriously. I'm just one of those guy in cs:go who rank nova at most, and play only on 4 days in a week, for less than 6 hours of online time in 7 days. Okay, I've explain about my school work and gaming, now, into some other circumstance. First, I travel quite a lot, almost every week I would have to go outside the city, and stay for a couple of days or more. But, my school work isn't very intensive that I need to have access to a computer 24/7. I can do work from a PC, but it would be much more convinient to be able to get work done via laptop. It would also be nice to be able to play games at a decent setting with a playable frame rate. I know a PC would offer crazy performance that is nice but I won't need (just want a little) because my skill is less than what a gaming PC could give. Having a gaming laptop is ok, but it would weight my backpack a little bit, and the battery life won't be enough for a full-day use off the charge. My budget is about $1,000-$1,200 and I don't have the luxury to buy a $300 laptop and build a $700 PC. I just need one device, and just that. Also keep in mind, that the prices of laptops and PC components here in my place is quite unstable, so something might be more expensive here, than in US or EU. Just in case if you want to know what I want in a PC/Laptop, here are a couple of them: 1) Decent screen. Whether it's a computer monitor or a laptop display, I would like to have something that can display around 300 nits minimum, and covers 75% sRGB (70% sRGB absolute minimum). 120Hz I don't need, and I don't need a very fast response time. 2) Peripherals: If it's a laptop, it should have a decent keyboard, trackpad, and a decent speaker. If it's a PC I would like to invest on cheaper mechanical keyboard, entry-level gaming mouse, and a pair of decent speakers that will do just fine to watch movie and Youtube. That's all I have to say, if you want more specific requitement, just ask in the comment, if you have any suggestion, let me hear it. Thanks for passing by *this is a repost in different sub-topics, pleass don't kill me
  3. Good old minecraft, but soon dethroned by csgo or some other shooter titles.
  4. Branded clothes, cinema food/drink, luxury cars. Seriously, if you don't have millions of dollars, you shouldn't buy the newest luxury BMW, jusy get something that is still very² good from a couple of years ago for 15-25% off the full-price that is used for only about 10k miles
  5. Thefatrat - Close to The Sun William Black - Deep Blue Mike Perry - The Oceans Alan Walker & K391 - Play
  6. I've been thinking to do exactly that, but, would a MX150 on an ultrabook be enough to handle a bit of gaming? I've been looking at Asus' ultrabook lineup with MX150's. But if they're not capable (whether thermally or performance-considered), should I take the ones with a 1050 or 1650? I'm not sure =/ The laptops I've considered are the Asus Zenbook 13s, UX433, and Zenbook 15 UX533. As for gaming laptops, the ones in my mind are Asus TUF, Legion Y540, and Nitro 5. The TUF doesn't have good screen, the Legion is more expensive, and the Nitro doesn't have the best display either. And these gaming laptops have big adapters that I have to carry. So, if you have a suggestion, let me know. I live in Indonesia, and my budget is max 20M rupiahs ($1400), but as I said, laptop prices here are more expensive, so, it's not easy to look for a decent deal.
  7. So, I've been thinking about getting a computer after awhile, and I face 2 choices. Build a PC, or buy a laptop. I'm a student, and my school does give me some —not tons, but some— work that requires a computer, the tasks aren't exactly hard nor difficult, simple tasks like making a powerpoint, word, checking few documents related to school, and probably researching would be easier on a computer than on a phone. I also game. BUT, I don't game as intensively as an average gamer do. If other gamers are very critical about their 60fps minimum, high-setting minimum, or GTX1660 as a must, I'm not that part of demographic. I game casually, I play CS:GO, OW, R6 Siege, DirtRally, and maybe a bit of Tomb Raider. I'm not very critical about 60, 90, 120fps, I think a playable 50+ fps is fine. As for graphic (as I suspect from Rise Of Tomb Raider), a 1080 medium setting is more than fine to me. I don't need 60fps at high setting, 50+ fps at medium setting in 1080p is more than what it takes to make me happy. No, I don't game for 6 hours straight, maybe 2-3 hours at most. Also, I play for fun, I don't care about 1ms difference, nor 300fps in csgo. I play casually because 1) I play in my downtime and just for fun, 2) I'm not good at games in the first place, so I never play them very seriously. I'm just one of those guy in cs:go who rank nova at most, and play only on 4 days in a week, for less than 6 hours of online time in 7 days. Okay, I've explain about my school work and gaming, now, into some other circumstance. First, I travel quite a lot, almost every week I would have to go outside the city, and stay for a couple of days or more. But, my school work isn't very intensive that I need to have access to a computer 24/7. I can do work from a PC, but it would be much more convinient to be able to get work done via laptop. It would also be nice to be able to play games at a decent setting with a playable frame rate. I know a PC would offer crazy performance that is nice but I won't need (just want a little) because my skill is less than what a gaming PC could give. Having a gaming laptop is ok, but it would weight my backpack a little bit, and the battery life won't be enough for a full-day use off the charge. My budget is about $1,000-$1,200 and I don't have the luxury to buy a $300 laptop and build a $700 PC. I just need one device, and just that. Also keep in mind, that the prices of laptops and PC components here in my place is quite unstable, so something might be more expensive here, than in US or EU. Just in case if you want to know what I want in a PC/Laptop, here are a couple of them: 1) Decent screen. Whether it's a computer monitor or a laptop display, I would like to have something that can display around 300 nits minimum, and covers 75% sRGB (70% sRGB absolute minimum). 120Hz I don't need, and I don't need a very fast response time. 2) Peripherals: If it's a laptop, it should have a decent keyboard, trackpad, and a decent speaker. If it's a PC I would like to invest on cheaper mechanical keyboard, entry-level gaming mouse, and a pair of decent speakers that will do just fine to watch movie and Youtube. That's all I have to say, if you want more specific requitement, just ask in the comment, if you have any suggestion, let me hear it. Thanks for passing by :)
  8. I'm looking forward to buy a new headphones for musics. I'm really looking forward to upgrade my litsening experience, and with my budget ($120-150), There are 2 options: m50x & HD.4.40 BT. Many says The m50x has superior sound quality, and slightly better build quality. But the senheiser has good sound too, plus it has bt. If you want to bt, buy they HD 4.40 right? It's not that simple... I want a Flat sound signature, and the m50x will deliver that woth no problem. The Senheiser (according to internet rewiews), has bass boost. I listen to 60% acoustic songs, and 40% dj, pop, heavy, rock, or other genre with many bass stuff. So, i thought the bass boost on the HD 4.40 Could (maybe) disturb the audio balance. Which one should i get? The HD 4.40 has a bluetooth, but the m50x has better sound. If you have the HD 4.40BT, tell me of the bass is disturbing the balance, If it's not, I think i'm going with HD.4.40BT. But, if you have a better option for me, let me know! Thanks!
  9. My cousin has this Samsung J7 2016 for more than two years now. And for the past few months the "google play services" on his phone keeps stopping. I've tried to restart, removing cache, force stopping, but nothing works. My friend reccomended me to update the software, but Google Play won't open on his phone, and I've tried to manually install the app (downloading the newest version form google, and installed it manually) but failed to install the new software. I noticed that his Play Services is a little outdated, and I think that's the reason that it keeps stopping. Do you have any idea to help?
  10. Somehwhere around $100. It's not much, but I'm not that rich anyway
  11. I like to play guitar a lot, and sometimes I wanted to record them. I need a microphone to do that, and I'm not talking about those $5,000 microphone, I just need a decent one, that sound better than a phone or cheap ass $30 microphone. I'm no studio guy, so please help.
  12. Which one is better? RTX 2070, and 1080 Ti? I can found them at simillar price, but i cannot decide which one has better value. 1080 Ti is more powerful, but 2070 supports things like ray-tracing, and would be more "Future Proof".
  13. Idk what it called, but i live in indonesia, and there are several "carrier or provider" to choose form if you want to activate wifi
  14. Hey guys! I have good wifi for a few years now. But lately, i got a weird issue. So, when i open youtube, it's fine. It's smooth, fast, and nothing wrong with it. But, when i open anything else that use internet, my internet speed suddenly drop a lot. So, for the past few days, i've been thinking to download a full anime season, just so i can watch later with no buffer, or lag. But, not only i can't open the website (which maybe caused by my wifi carrier), but when i use cellular data, it worled and super fast. So, i tried to use my cellular data to open the website, and when im downloading, i switch to my regular wifi. My wifi is slow as hell, and i can finish my downloading (per episode) in only 30 seconds or so, but with wifi, it takes minutes to do so. And that's not all, when i open apps like online games, shopping app, and most other websites, they are loading very2 slowly. It makes me crazy on "why the hell i can use youtube very fast" (Which many people say that youtube uses more internet bandwith or something) "but still have to wait minutes to load a simple website?" (Not all tho) I need help, because my wifi lately just killed me. If you have any suggestion, feel free to reply.
  15. Back then, My wifi speed is actually pretty decent about 20 - 30Mbps (not MB/s) but there are 6-7 devices in my house that connected to my wifi and the speed is always below 5Mbps. I guess it's time to upgrade my wifi speed and buy a new router
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