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Searching a new computer| Looking for an Acer Aspire


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#1 bunny03

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Posted 17 June 2014 - 06:05 PM

Hi all, im looking to buy a new pc and I need your help, first:

 

Im looking for: 

Acer Aspire E1 15.6" Laptop - Black (Intel Core i5 4200U / 1TB HDD / 8GB RAM / Windows 8.1)

And i want to know because im a beginner in this domain if it can do that:

-Run Rust

-Run CubeWorld

-Good speed on the web

-I can program on it

-Medium screen

 

And i have a question:

Is Intel Core i5 4th gen (in the title) is good for gaming

 

 

If you know other PC can do all I said, reply please  |600-700 CANADIAN $|

 

If you have some questions reply too

 

Thanks,


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#2 Kilroy

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Posted 18 June 2014 - 08:43 AM

I am not a fan of the laptop form factor.  I only recommend laptops for people who require their computer to be portable.  You can get more machine for the same money if you go with a desktop.

 

That said, looking at the Rust and Cube World sites that machine would have no issues playing either.  The good speed on the web will depend more upon how you are connecting than the machine.  Programming shouldn't be an issue.  The screen size is rather large for a laptop, but small compared to a desktop.

 

I'm not fond of the Acer brand, but wasn't able to find anything better in your price range.

 

One other thing, I recommend a touch screen for Windows 8 if you've never used Windows 8 with a mouse before.






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