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Need a CHEAP and light hybrid for Mathematica and python

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I need a cheap, thin and light laptop that I can carry to class that can run basic programs in python and mathematica. I have a gaming laptop but it's too heavy to lug everyday to class.

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So you're looking for an ultrabook. Asus Zenbooks, Dell XPS come to mind. It will help tremendously if you would specify what "cheap", "light", "thin" and "basic programs" mean for you though, as all of those are subjective and basic doesn't say a whole lot about the workload. I mean a Celeron can technically run basic Python/Mathematica programs, but it won't be fast.


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Budget? Preferred max weight, min battery life and display size?


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