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Hp pavilion 17-e153sa

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/laptops-netbooks/laptops/laptops/hp-pavilion-17-e153sa-17-3-laptop-21865580-pdt.html

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Asus Vivobook

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/laptops-netbooks/laptops/laptops/asus-vivobook-x550ca-15-6-touchscreen-laptop-dark-grey-21712970-pdt.html

tell me which out of the two is better in your opinion and why? i need answers within the next two days as i have to decide between the two

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Major differences...

 

The Asus is a 15" touchscreen the HP 17" non

 

The Asus is ?700 the HP ?550

 

The Asus is i7 and the HP is i5 - to be honest this is irrelevant, because if you are doing stuff that is very processor intensive you wouldn't buy a lappy

 

So, big screen and ?150 or little touch screen?

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We need more information about what you're going to be using this for. For example, the Asus has a better processor, but the HP has a larger screen with better resolution options. The HP has a larger battery, but if you're going to have it plugged in all the time then that won't matter to you. The Asus is lighter and smaller, is size an issue for you?

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ill be using it for a lot of video/audio , with some liight use like web browsing, word documents etc.. i do like the bigger screen but ultimately i would just like to know that whichever one i choose, is the best quality laptop overall in terms of specs

 

which one would you choose out of the two, with the above mentioned uses kept in mind?

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If mobility is important, go for the smaller one. If not, the larger laptop is a better fit to your stated needs.

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