Hi dear enthusiasts
I have been looking on these two websites to find a suitable engineering laptop for myself.
By "suitable" I mean a system which can handle complex and iterative calculations and 3D modeling and it is not going to pass out on me . I would also like it to have a 15.6" screen and cost less than 800 Australian dollars. I nominated nine of the laptops I went through and I was wondering which one do you guys think to be the best deal for my application.
I personally am tending towards a quad-core processor, but from the list the ones that have a quad-core, have either a "shared" GPU or "Intel HD Graphics" or something else. I was not sure whether these GPU options would do my bidding, particularly when it comes to modeling software. On the other hand there are a few fast Dual-core ones which really tempted me with lots of RAM on them as well as a 2GB independent GPU, but I thought those specs are good for gaming. Then, you would look at the quad-cores and the only have 4GB of RAM on them which is upgradable I think or maybe enough, but I am in doubt regarding their GPU, yet again.
Long story short, please forgive my rambling. I just thought to share my confused thoughts on this. I am really keen to know what you think.
I really appreciate any help and thoughts on this.
Also, if you are suspicious about my top nine picks and think I am missing good options, please feel free to have a look at the links that I included at the beginning. Nonetheless, I picked the ones which I thought were the best for my application.