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Portato

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About Portato

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    Newbie
  • Birthday 2001-06-06

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    South Carolina, United States of America
  • Occupation
    Professional Restaurant Cashier
  1. Hello, I am currently looking for a laptop that is capable of running games at least at 60 FPS on 1080p. I would like it to have a touch screen and windows ink-enabled display. My current budget is about 1,300 USD, and of course, cheaper the better. This laptop will be used for College work as well. These are the specs that my college is recommending: CPU Intel i5/i7 or AMD equivalentPen-enabled (for tablets)RAM: 8GB of RAM or higherDisplay (recommended minimum resolution of 1920x1080 for 16:9 or 16:10 screens, 1600x900 for 4:3 screens)Hard Drive 250GB+ Solid State Drive or 500GB+ Hard Disk driveOperating System Windows 1032 GB USB Memory/Flash KeyCommunications 802.11n/ac Wi-Fi high-speed wireless LAN (built-in) I am not very knowledgeable when it comes to technology so any help is appreciated. PS: To anyone wondering, I will be attending for Engineering so AutoCAD and 3D modeling are to be expected.
  2. I don't really have a set max weight. As for battery life, I am unsure, maybe 12 hours at least if possible. (If it exists, I typically have the brightness on lowest settings anyway to prolong battery life.)
  3. How does this compare to the Lenovo from the original post?
  4. Yes, I am in the States. Honestly, thank you for reminding me. Memorial day totally slipped my mind.
  5. Thank you for the recommendation. I will definitely look into this. Right now the only thing that it doesn't fill from my "Wants" list is two-in-one capabilities. While it does have a touchscreen it doesn't seem to fold all the way back into a tablet position, which is what I am mostly looking for. That being considered, I will definitely add this to my compare list. Thanks again.
  6. Yes, backpack real estate is a very big concern of mine considering I would also need to haul textbooks.
  7. Thank you, for the recommendation. If anything I would only have the 4k screen for watching Youtube and maybe Vrv. I'll be honest I am not the most technologically knowledgable person. Thank you for your help.
  8. Hello, I am currently shopping for a laptop for college. Since I am going into an engineering program I will be needing a laptop that can run AutoCAD efficiently. My budget is about $1,300 (USD); however, the cheaper the better. My college's engineering program did provide a recommendation specs list that I will provide below. I know that finding a great gaming laptop would be best but I also would like if it can be a two in one. I also do plan on doing some light gaming like Minecraft and Apex but I do not plan on going to ultra in the setting. Does anyone know of what would be good for me to look at? Recommended Specs list CPU Intel i5/i7 or AMD equivalent Pen-enabled (for tablets) RAM: 8GB of RAM or higher Display (recommended minimum resolution of 1920x1080 for 16:9 or 16:10 screens, 1600x900 for 4:3 screens) Hard Drive 250GB+ Solid State Drive or 500GB+ Hard Disk drive Operating System Windows 10 32 GB USB Memory/Flash Key Communications 802.11n/ac Wi-Fi high-speed wireless LAN (built-in) PS: I did go and look at a few laptops before posting here and was wondering if anyone who might have either of these laptops could tell me how well they perform and if they would recommend them. Pictures will be provided below.
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