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nickporwal

Right off the assembly line
Its their flagship 300k laptop which costs 3200$ from xotic pc. Talk about overpricing, 3200$ ~= 203k INR. :mad:

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That was me trolling

On topic, 980M SLI would be wasted on a 1080p screen. They should've included a 4k IPS screen having 2ms response time with 90% sRGB gamut minimum.
Yup you are right. I don't understand why their laptops are so overpriced. I don't think it cost them that much to build
 

iPlay

Journeyman
I'd buy this if it can run Arkham Knight >60 fps on ultra settings, 4k resolution right now. :lol:

You simply recommend ppl buying Azom over here but have you actually seen the laptop and reviewed it by your own? Very few ppl have bought Azom and posted review, don't count the reviews posted on their own website. Buying Azom after attractive Specs is just like buying a China / Android phone over iPhone. Clevo is good no doubt but you don't know anything about what does this local guys in India make. Its been almost 2yrs and they have not grown at all. No warranty can be considered from them.
 

SaiyanGoku

kamehameha!!
You simply recommend ppl buying Azom over here but have you actually seen the laptop and reviewed it by your own? Very few ppl have bought Azom and posted review, don't count the reviews posted on their own website. Buying Azom after attractive Specs is just like buying a China / Android phone over iPhone. Clevo is good no doubt but you don't know anything about what does this local guys in India make. Its been almost 2yrs and they have not grown at all. No warranty can be considered from them.

Why are you taking the thread OT? I haven't mentioned clevo or azom anywhere in this thread. :facepalm:
Azom guys don't make anything, they use clevo barebones and customise the laptop as per user's choice. Alienware used clevo barebones until Dell bought it. As far as computers are concerned, specifications count for 80-90% to make a buying decision. That's why you don't see people buying crapple crapbook pro for gaming.

I recommend clevo as mostly people want gaming laptop under 100k. And only a fanboy/noob would recommend a MSI laptop with 950M for 100k instead of a clevo laptop with 970M.

Seriously, buying iphone is a waste of money.
 
These laptops are a joke
Check this- Lenovo Y50-70 Laptop (59-441908) (4th Gen Intel Core i7- 8GB RAM- 1TB HDD + SSHD(8G)- 39.62cm (15.6)- Win 8.1- 4GB Graphics) (Black) - Buy Laptops Online @ Best Price on Snapdeal.com

Maxwell architecture based GTX 860M 4GB DDR5.. yes MAXWELL, the GM107 version. Now who will have the guts to say that India gets the cheaper variant XD

Basically GTX 750ti performance on a Rs 75,000 laptop.

These ASUS,MSI and Alienware should simply pack their bags and leave India (in the portable gaming scene) Even those try hard Azom will be dumbfounded.

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You simply recommend ppl buying Azom over here but have you actually seen the laptop and reviewed it by your own? Very few ppl have bought Azom and posted review, don't count the reviews posted on their own website. Buying Azom after attractive Specs is just like buying a China / Android phone over iPhone. Clevo is good no doubt but you don't know anything about what does this local guys in India make. Its been almost 2yrs and they have not grown at all. No warranty can be considered from them.

Ignore that SaiyanGoku..his advices are very risky :D
 
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bikramjitkar

In the zone
ROFL.
Now I can understand why you recommend Azom.

Have you or anyone here actually RMA'd any MSI laptops to be so sure of their service. Hardly a couple of years back they had packed up their motherboard service centers from India and many reputed shops were advising against buying their stuff. Frankly, most companies' ASS is a joke in India. Even your beloved Apple's.

About Azom, I have personally met with one of their guys since they are based in my city (Kolkata) and they are genuinely nice and knowledgeable people. They are just a small startup trying their best to bring high performance computing within reasonable costs to our country. They don't have a huge marketing budget like MSI to spread their brand awareness and that's what keeps their costs down.

These laptops are a joke
Check this- Lenovo Y50-70 Laptop (59-441908) (4th Gen Intel Core i7- 8GB RAM- 1TB HDD + SSHD(8G)- 39.62cm (15.6)- Win 8.1- 4GB Graphics) (Black) - Buy Laptops Online @ Best Price on Snapdeal.com

Maxwell architecture based GTX 860M 4GB DDR5.. yes MAXWELL, the GM107 version. Now who will have the guts to say that India gets the cheaper variant XD

Basically GTX 750ti performance on a Rs 75,000 laptop.

These ASUS,MSI and Alienware should simply pack their bags and leave India (in the portable gaming scene) Even those try hard Azom will be dumbfounded.

Yes, let's give Lenovo a monopoly over the Indian market with their spyware loaded crap so that they can sell their "4k" version of the Y50 for more than a lakh. Oh wait, they are already doing so!
 

Chetan1991

Youngling
Sorry for crashing the thread, but is that Lenovo Y50-70 the laptop with most powerful GPU + CPU combo in India for 75k, or are there any other alternatives?

I'm looking for one for web development, lots of multitasking, some occasional gaming and blender (3D modelling and rendering), thus only Nvidia GPUs, so I'd like as much graphics power as possible.
 
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iPlay

Journeyman
Before choosing MSI plz PM me. I have bought MSI Notebook and within 10days of purchase it went for RMA. Still struggling with the RMA issue. Its been more than 20 days since I reported the problem but its not yet resolved.


[MENTION=277192]rhyansy[/MENTION] Please take some action regarding this ASAP. I have been calm so far but not any more. It looks like Aforeserve is not taking the matter seriously. Eva is been helpful but that's not enough.
 

bikramjitkar

In the zone
Before choosing MSI plz PM me. I have bought MSI Notebook and within 10days of purchase it went for RMA. Still struggling with the RMA issue. Its been more than 20 days since I reported the problem but its not yet resolved.


[MENTION=277192]rhyansy[/MENTION] Please take some action regarding this ASAP. I have been calm so far but not any more. It looks like Aforeserve is not taking the matter seriously. Eva is been helpful but that's not enough.

Have you or anyone here actually RMA'd any MSI laptops to be so sure of their service. Hardly a couple of years back they had packed up their motherboard service centers from India and many reputed shops were advising against buying their stuff. Frankly, most companies' ASS is a joke in India. Even your beloved Apple's.

Hate to say I told you so. Hope your situation gets resolved soon.
 
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