Interesting lineup on the Intel side
Honestly, for that money, I'd keep my laptop for on the go and for that money I'd just build a desktop for when I'm home...
Games ~ i5
Encoding/video ~ i7
Toslink is still widely used in the HIFi community. It as very good for solving grounding issues.
I’d completely agree for 1st & 2nd place choice if they had G-Sync support. Without it, anyone with an Nvidia GPU can’t take it seriously, therefore cant justify 1st or 2nd place decision.
I have not seen a complete third party backup solution. Some do mailboxes, some Sharepoint, some OneDrive, etc.. But if you look at the fine print, some things are left out. Like public folders. The real question is “Why does Microsoft refuse to deal with something that is so central to proper data management?”
So, Intel is still better for gaming. Hopefully ryzen 4000 will change that in laptops.
Sadly, every segment of the internet is getting heavily polluted with scams
Finally, a laptop worthy of running Minecraft.
Yes, it does