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17'' Laptop or 15'' Laptop


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I recently purchased Asus 17'' TUF FX705DT. Which is pretty good laptop for me considering I wanted bigger screen and also gaming only laptop for myself. I think on that note I'd consider 17 inch as my goto computer because I prefer the laptop which are better for the gaming and also for the graphics work. 

If money were to be not the problem for shopping, which one would you choose?

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My old laptop is a 17" HP Pavilion.. I do love the bigger screen, but you certainly notice the extra size and weight when carrying it around.

I don't use it so much any more because it's a 4th Gen i5, and I've since bought a new desktop PC - but if I were to replace it I think I'd most likely downsize to a 15", honestly.

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3 hours ago, StormyFire said:

I prefer larger screens, but 17" laptops can be quite a bit more expensive. I have a 15.6" laptop.

This is completely true!  And once you get into more budget friendly laptops, non-gaming, etc. the 17" options disappear.

 

I do see 16" screens popping up a lot anymore, and I wonder how they will affect things.

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1 hour ago, Uncrowned Guard said:

My next work laptop will likely be a 14" device.  Although my main goal is to have LTE onboard and that is proving to be a challenge for options.

Have you tried looking into those USB dongles that do that?

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5 hours ago, Grungie said:

Have you tried looking into those USB dongles that do that?

 I used to have one and it was a bit of a pain, plus I do not believe Verizon even sells them anymore and Verizon tends to hate most things lol.  Granted, I have not looked very hard recently.

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