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    PC Specialist 15.6" Fusion II

    Gaming credentials for under £1,200.
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    • anselhelm's system
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    Re: PC Specialist 15.6" Fusion II

    I do like PC Specialist as a company, but they do make objectively hot and loud laptops. More annoyingly, they currently have a completely lack of AMD options for their laptop, both in terms of CPUs and GPUs. In fairness to them, this is also the case of pretty-much all laptop vendors at present, with the exception of a small number of products with Ryzen 2xxx CPUs with integrated graphics. There are so few other models with discrete graphics options that they're not worth mentioning.

    I'm definitely hoping that AMD's move to 7nm with Ryzen 3xxx and "Navi" will herald a return to competition in laptops again, particularly among boutique companies such as PC Specialist, Scan and the like. No consumer benefits from the Intel/Nvidia stranglehold that is continuing within the laptop arena.

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    Re: PC Specialist 15.6" Fusion II

    It lookd kinda business, that means you can bring it to work, while also having a portable gaming machine. Even though i think ASUS rog is better, you can't really go in front of your boss with a gaming themen RGB laptop.

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