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Netizens reply: To To I still recommend traditional manufacturers for notebooks. Although the heap configuration is the same, the abrasives are different, and the actual performance and comfort are really quite different.
Netizens reply: To To Quote: Stem-anal interplay baby published on 2020-9-712:53 I have a lost look with Macbook
Netizens reply: To To Quote: bax published on 2020-9-712:53 I still recommend traditional manufacturers for notebooks. Although the heap configuration is the same, the abrasives are different, and the actual performance and comfort are really quite different. ...
Netizens reply: To To For Xiaomi, the price/performance ratio is okay, but in terms of longevity and quality, it is recommended to buy a traditional computer manufacturer
Netizen reply: To To Xiaoxin and matebook are both 2k screens at the same price. The screen is very important
Netizens reply: To To Specific use In fact, the most cost-effective free fish buy a generation
Netizen reply: To To AMD slams INTEL this year, no price-performance ratio Mechanical **S2AIR also debuts 4600, with 4800H, it kills the notebook I7 family. Redmi can’t handle this at all
Netizen Reply: To To Ultra-thin = poor quality, poor performance, poor heat dissipation, and expensive.
Netizens reply: To To The thin and light notebooks at this price, the matebook14 Ryzen version and Lenovo Xiaoxin pro13 released some time ago, should be the most cost-effective. Redmi is completely e-waste level
Netizens reply: To To To be honest, if you choose a laptop, you still need to find a traditional manufacturer, go to Lenovo Xiaoxin. To To The suggestion is Lenovo. For example, although the hard drives are all 512G, Lenovo is pm981asn730. Look at what Xiaomi uses. Before I remember, it is still the sata protocol. Netizen reply: To To Xiaoxin Pro13 matebook132020 Ryzen Battle X13 Ruilong
Netizens reply: To To After using so many notebooks, ThinkPad is the most comfortable

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