if only the lines on the lid can light up
I mean it's a gaming laptop
Hanif Fikri, 15 Aug 2020Im Malaysian as well. Last year i decided to build budget desktop for gaming and what i found:... moreI don't blindly believe YouTuber, I also did some research on the web since I'm also thinking of building my own PC rig. But I didn't come across such a situation. Mind you, I'm only looking at Shopee and Illegear at the moment.
YUKI93, 14 Aug 2020You sure about it? I never find any single AMD Ryzen chipset that cost more than the equivalen... moreIm Malaysian as well. Last year i decided to build budget desktop for gaming and what i found:
6 cores 6 threads i5 9400f = RM590
6 cores 12 threads Ryzen 5 3600 = RM890
Despite having less threads and 14nm architecture on i5 9400 but it still ALMOST performs well againts R5 3600. I think you did not do any research and blindly believe Youtuber too much!
That's all right. But what about the services and repairs? It's not a phone that I'll be upgrading after every 2 years. I never had good service experience with Xiaomi. Considering if it launches in India, OEM repairs won't be cheap and I fear that it'll get out of support very quickly. I can order genuine HP parts for my 5 years old laptop but can I do that for Xiaomi? I think I'll wait and see what Xiaomi does in terms of service. I like that they're coming in hot with such attractive prices. I really want them to succeed because more competition is always good.
Anonymous, 14 Aug 2020You could get a bang for your buck if you build a PC on your own. These so called "Gaming... moreYou can always plug them in like desktops. Or get those DTRs (desktop replacements) models like Clevo pb51's or similar models.
Beats lugging a desktop/monitor and bunch of wires/adapters.
No G-Sync. Still wondering if it uses Optimus technology (dynamic GPU switching). And if it uses a HDD/SDD storage and how much RAM is in it, as well as battery capacity.
Alex 94, 14 Aug 2020Amd is cheaper than Intel in every place on this planet. For 20% less money amd offer the same... moreAMD has worse drivers compared to intel, so it's a win-win I think. Many gaming laptops still stick on intel anyway though I can see some moving to AMD.
Webcam at the bottom bezel lol imagine using it for your interview
GTX 1650ti is pretty much as powerful as 6 years old GTX 970
Laptop 1650 ti probably weaker then desktop GTX 970
AnonD-945200, 14 Aug 2020gaming on a notebook ! no thanks 😐 you can have stand at home for bigger screen, mouse and keyboard but you can take your pc with you and play on the move or something
why is the other important part left out like how much storage it has and how much RAM it has.
It's more important on laptops then on mobile phones the Ram and Storage
You could get a bang for your buck if you build a PC on your own. These so called "Gaming Laptops" wouldn't even last a day without charging
They that chance to make a proper decision on making a gaming laptop and still decided to go with Intel even if they're clearly losing the CPU game this year.
Dissent spec but Rayzen would be much better , or at least rtx 2060 gpu
at least put a 1660tTI
and no ryzen?
not impressive even with that price tag
Hanif Fikri, 14 Aug 2020Its simple the reason they wont go for AMD is Intel product cost cheaper than AMD in most Asia... moreAmd is cheaper than Intel in every place on this planet. For 20% less money amd offer the same configuration, in 7nm process, compared to Intel 14nm.
You'll see why this laptop has only GTX 1650 ti as top tier: the cooling solution isn't adequate for higher type. And, GTX 1650 ti is the only closest thing to GTX 1660 ti or GTX 2060 Max-Q.
Agree, 144hz might not be useful for gaming at 1080p with GTX 1650 ti. However it might be useful for other things like watching pr0n at 120hz, lol.