Laptop suiting my requirements for nominal gaming / video processing.


Right off the assembly line
Hi guys! First let me fill the questionnaire. So here it is..

1) What is your budget?
Up to INR 50,000

2) What size & weight consideration (if any) would you prefer?
Mainstream; 15" - 16" screen (UpTo or around 2.5kg)

3) What are the primary tasks you will be performing with this notebook?
Playing Dota 2 (8-10 hrs a day)
Web/video processing (4-5 hrs a day)
Web/downloading (3-4 hrs a day)
// Turned off for mostly 4-5 hrs a day //

5) Any typical configuration in your mind you're eying for ?
CPU : i5 6th generation.
GPU : GEFORCE 930M or AMD R5 430 (If it'll cost less) for same price or little variance I'd prefer geforce.
RAM : 8GB (or if we find cheaper with 4gb I can add 4gb ram myself /provided slot is there and it doesn't void warranty)

4) Are there any brands that you prefer or any you really don't like?
b. Dislike: Acer, Sony

6) Anything else you would like to say?
Screen resolution (1080p (Full HD) ) // A must have //
Battery back up ( at least normal (3-4hrs) )
Atleast 2 3.0 USB ports or 3.1 if there.
Notification light panel if available (not mandatory)

I guess I've mentioned the most I could. I've to buy one tomorrow only or a day after that. So kindly suggest me accordingly.

2 Laptops I've currently shortlisted are: (open to suggestions)
1. Asus R558UR (i5 6th gen. 4gb DDR4. 2GB 930MX, DOS) - Around 41k
2. Hp 15 - AY503TX (I5 6th gen. 8gb DDR4. 2GB AMD R5 430. Dos) - around 43k


Broken In
I'd suggest you go with Asus R558ur, but do keep in mind that Asus does not have a good service everywhere.. So do check out the service of Asus in ur area before u buy, After sales service in my >10 years of experience has been best with Dell and Hp, with Dell even more so

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Right off the assembly line
Thanks for your suggestion. I guess there won't be servicing problem in Delhi. But anyway, if you can please suggest Dell/hp laptop you think i should go for. Since my biggest is 6k more than what I'd have to pay for Asus.
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