Solved Help picking a good laptop

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December 13, 2019 at 18:15:28
Specs: Windows 10, I5
Hello, buying a new laptop used to be an easy process that only took around 15 minutes but now every laptop I look at has deal breakers for me. I always bought ASUS since they do not come with bloatware and were reliable but lately I am seeing bad reviews and I had to return a couple ASUS laptops for different reasons so has that brand fallen from grace? All I need a laptop for is for work. I would like a 15.6" laptop, Windows 10 with an I5 and a 256GB or higher SSD drive that is all I want. Though all of them have super slow mechanical 1TB drives or a combination of the two which is not for me, or they are super hardcore gamer laptops which is not for me, or they are only I7 which I do not like since they get super hot, or they cost $2000. I saw a laptop from an unknown brand that everyone thought would be the best laptop ever including myself but it had a weak mobile CPU which is a shame.

So do I have to change to another brand that has no bloatware and is reliable at a reasonable price? Oh one ASUS laptop I had to return looked great but the screen was so washed out it was like the year 1990 all over again. I am willing to spend up to $650. I am not a hardcore gamer anymore, not a graphic designer, I don't download 100GB movies and games. I just need something to store some programs and occasionally do some coding with Notepad+.

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December 14, 2019 at 08:10:17
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I'm not loyal to any brand. Bloatware can be removed if you're willing to take the time & once you make the recovery disc set, you can wipe the partition for additional storage. I saw this Lenovo on slickdeals for $350:

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