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GT 650M (min)(Or AMD equivalent)Already scoped out:Lenovo Thinkpads are great. You're probably looking at a T530 or W530, though they'll have workstation graphics cards (Quadro blah blah blah), not the consumer GTxxx. I really, really like mine. After 2 years, it's solid, dependable, and incredibly durable. RAM and HDD upgrades were a piece of cake, the chassis and keyboard are phenomenal, it's a 1080p screen in a 15 inch body, which seemed pretty novel at the time, but it's still a great screen. You can configure with the i7 and pretty powerful graphics. I'm currently getting 7 hours of battery life, but I have a Hyper V machine running at all times and typically have several Flash windows and the ilk up. If I went extreme batter saver and killed off a lot of tabs/open windows I could probably get 8 9 hours. It's a bit bulky compared to some newer laptops (probably about the same size as the Lenovo you're looking at), but it's much more powerful and has an awesome battery and screen, so it's worth it to me.

His ideal system would be that, but with a consumer GPU, does that exist?

lonleyppl wrote:Lenovo Thinkpads are great. You're probably looking at a T530 or W530, though they'll have workstation graphics cards (Quadro blah blah blah), not the consumer GTxxx. I really, really like mine. After 2 years, it's solid, dependable, and incredibly durable. RAM and HDD upgrades were a piece of cake, the chassis and keyboard are phenomenal, it's a 1080p screen in a 15 inch body, which seemed pretty novel at the time, but it's still a great screen. You can configure with the i7 and pretty powerful graphics. I'm currently getting 7 hours of battery life, but I have a Hyper V machine running at all times and typically have several Flash windows and the ilk up. If I went extreme batter saver and killed off a lot of tabs/open windows I could probably get 8 9 hours. It's a bit bulky compared to some newer laptops (probably about the same size as the Lenovo you're looking at), but it's much more powerful and has an awesome battery and screen, so it's worth it to me.

GTxxx. I really, really like mine. After 2 years, it's solid, dependable, and incredibly durable. RAM and HDD upgrades were a piece of cake, the chassis and keyboard are phenomenal, it's a 1080p screen in a 15 inch body, which seemed pretty novel at the time, but it's still a great screen. You can configure with the i7 and pretty powerful graphics. I'm currently getting 7 hours of battery life, but I have a Hyper V machine running at all times and typically have several Flash windows and the ilk up. If I went extreme batter saver and killed off a lot of tabs/open windows I could probably get 8 9 hours. It's a bit bulky compared Nike Air Force 1 High Suede

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Looking for a laptop recommendation for my brother. It will be used for school (Including graphic design and rendering), gaming, and general porn watching. What I'm thinking:

All that said, I don't know what your $CAD price would be. Mine was $1450 USD before warranty.

(W520 owner, specs in sig.)

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While some Lenovo's have very good build quality, you have to watch out because Lenovo has its cheaper plasticky models too. Anything Nike Air Force 1 Blue Yellow labeled "ideapad" is intended for the consumer market and you should watch out to make sure the build quality is there. The X series T series thinkpad (not ideapad) parts generally have quite good build quality. but you pay for it.

(W520 owner, specs in sig.)

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All that said, I don't know what your $CAD price would be. Mine was $1450 USD before warranty.

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to some newer laptops (probably about the same size as the Lenovo you're looking at), but it's much more powerful and has an awesome battery and screen, so it's worth it to me.

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Everything on there looks fine, but the Quadro GPU seems lacking for gaming, the type of rendering he'll be doing won't require more than a consumer card.

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