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Ultrabook with dedicated GPU instalments

Discussion in 'New to PC gaming & upgrade advice' started by herror6, 29 Sep 2018.

  1. herror6


    Joined: 29 Sep 2018

    Posts: 2

    Hello everyone,

    I'm looking for an Ultrabook with a dedicated GPU and I which to pay a monthly fee, so maybe through Amazon, Argos or Currys would be the best options here in the UK. I know there will be interest rate, but I need it for uni and I can still pay later the remaining.

    Beginning of the Questionnaire

    1) What is the available budget? When are you going to buy the laptop?
    up to 100£/month (which is around £1100ish?) . This month or next.

    2) Which one or which sizes do you want? (delete the ones you do not want)
    Small light and portable: 13 "- 14"

    3) Do you have a brand that you prefer or something that is out of the question?

    4) What tasks is the laptop intended for?
    Gaming, video editing, programming, playing videos FHQ.

    5) Are you going to carry the notebook frequently to various places or is it preferably on the desk?
    Carry to uni, easy to access in public transportation hence the size.

    6) How many hours of battery do you need?
    As long as it gets.

    7) Will you play on the laptop? If yes, what games?
    Yes. Cs:GO and new gen games decently although don't mind lowering the settings.

    8) What screen resolutions do you prefer? (delete the ones you do not want)

    3. 1920x1080 (IPS preference)

    10) Do you have any specific needs (interface, storage, multimedia, etc)?
    Dedicated GPU, sd reader, bluetooth but not important.
    I have a 1TB hdd sata which I can pop in there afterwords, so no need for huge storage req.

    I was also looking for an I7 instead of I5 (please explain if it doesn't matter)

    End of Questionnaire

    Thanks Bruno.
  2. herror6


    Joined: 29 Sep 2018

    Posts: 2

    I came across the Zenbook ux331un any opinions?
  3. Rroff

    Man of Honour

    Joined: 13 Oct 2006

    Posts: 70,926

    Rules of these forums means people can't make purchasing recommendation elsewhere for stuff OcUK sells. OcUK also has financing options if you want to pay by instalments.