Laptop Buying Guide 2015 – Best Overall Laptop for 2015

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Published on January 14, 2016

Welcome to Episode 1 of my Laptop Buying Guide for 2015 – Todays Topic is the Best Overall Laptop for 2015
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  1. i got a dell 5559 – 6th gen i7, 16gb ram, R5 M335 Graphics for 600…. not bad

  2. You made a mistake – you said Dell XPS 15 when really you're talking about the XPS 13

  3. I would love to afford the new mac book pro but for 1300 dollars i cant afford it :[

  4. ATNR.

    Personally I use a Sager NP4658 laptop with Windows 7 installed and I'm very satisfied with it. The one thing I like about Sagers are that I can get the desirable modern specs without all the controversial or otherwise undesirable crap that's being done on the majority of 2012+ laptops from mainstream brands today.
    (Examples are: crappy "Clickpads" rather than highly usable 2 button touchpads, emphasizing ultra-thin, removing the optical disk drive, gimmicky designs, having Windows 8 preinstalled, risk of no Windows 7 compatibility, getting pre-installed bloatware.etc).

    For those who find this interesting, feel free to check out Sager's offerings and after selecting your desired size (eg. 15" laptops), look at the bottom of the webpage first to start looking at the least expensive, and I'd say a reasonable cutoff is at around $1,300 maximum.

    For a more mainstream equivalent, check out the Eurocom laptop offerings. That being said, I'm not really sure how well Eurocom supports Windows 7 in their current line other than the not-so-new products like the Electra 2R2.

  5. Zidor

    like goal = 100… reached = 6k

  6. Any cheap laptops. ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

  7. os x is super hard to use for me plus macs suck!!!!!

  8. I've noticed more and more YouTuber's using that annoying conversation tempo or inflection, that ends every sentence by drawing out the vowels. Da Da Da Da, Da Daaaaaaa, Da, Da, Da Da, Da, Daaaaaaa. It's almost unbearable to listen to as it just doesn't sound natural. You should take a teleprompter course where they'll teach you how to read in public properly instead of sounding like your back in grade school reading out of a textbook.

  9. Pardon my ignorance here, but does the MacBook Pro have a traditional hard driveIs the SSD its only memory source?

  10. lol it sounds like you said "Pickle density" hahaha

  11. Sam Ma

    hello my name is sam and i leave in Sweden i want to buy a laptop Lenovo M30-70 what do you think about it if u please give me full details about it

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