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Need a 1000ish laptop Recommendation !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hey I need a 1000ish laptop recommendation 

This is going to be used at networking, will use lot of vm, and some light amount of gaming

Here are some things I wold loved to see

- good keyboard 

- solid display

- 15 or more display size 

- 16 or more ram

- "THIN"

 

 

 

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2018 15" Macbook Pro

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8 minutes ago, Action_Johnson said:

2018 15" Macbook Pro

hey thanks, is there any windows laptop options, I think some softwares does not run on Mac OS

and it is a little bit overpriced 

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Is there a particular reason you want an OLED? OLED screens are going to cost more and generally are going to have higher battery drain and unless you are going to be using it for art, there isn't going to be a huge benefit at the 1k USD price point. At 1k USD, you are trading specs for having an OLED screen. HP Victus has some good offerings at the price point without OLED, but do have 144hz panels which you will see more of a benefit from. 

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5 minutes ago, BiotechBen said:

Is there a particular reason you want an OLED? OLED screens are going to cost more and generally are going to have higher battery drain and unless you are going to be using it for art, there isn't going to be a huge benefit at the 1k USD price point. At 1k USD, you are trading specs for having an OLED screen. HP Victus has some good offerings at the price point without OLED, but do have 144hz panels which you will see more of a benefit from. 

I just heard that it is good, that's why I put it in, if led is not something I want what would be good 

 

thanks,

 

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13 minutes ago, Kalindu said:

I just heard that it is good, that's why I put it in, if led is not something I want what would be good 

 

thanks,

 

OLED is great for TVs, and doing color critical work, it has bright vibrant colors and perfect blacks, but you pay a premium for it. At 1k USD, I would focus on getting the best internals you can and a high refresh rate panel vs OLED. I personally have a preference for brightness around 300nits peak. I have good eyes so when the screen is at 500+ nits, I find it eye-searingly bright, so unless you plan on being outside in bright sun most of the time, an LCD panel with 300nit brightness will be fine.

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2 minutes ago, BiotechBen said:

OLED is great for TVs, and doing color critical work, it has bright vibrant colors and perfect blacks, but you pay a premium for it. At 1k USD, I would focus on getting the best internals you can and a high refresh rate panel vs OLED. I personally have a preference for brightness around 300nits peak. I have good eyes so when the screen is at 500+ nits, I find it eye-searingly bright, so unless you plan on being outside in bright sun most of the time, an LCD panel with 300nit brightness will be fine.

thanks a lot learned something,

will there be some recommended models

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