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Can I trade in windows 8 for windows 7 ? A lot of people come into the store and ask this every single day.
The great thing (I don't know if it is great for the company) about the store is that usually by asking for a manager and complaining, they will 75% of the time give you what you want. The store that I work in does this all the time. Windows 7 only costs the company $0.07.
A loss of 7 cents to satisfy a customer is a transaction I would make any day.
Windows 7 only costs the company $0.07. Costs me $140. Sorry bro.
I believe Linux is the future. It's the present, when you consider that Android sales dwarf Windows sales. Sure. But only in phones and maybe tablets. Surely not computers.
I need 5 copies of win7 and office can I have a special deal? Thepiratebay.pe.
Holy fuck you just said that. Doesn't everyone live by the motto "If it's free, it's for me?"
Is this a serious response sir? Of course not. Obtain a copy a legit way. Be legit and you'll be the S***
Nice use of the new domain. Haha. Hopefully it won't change again.
use the highly convenient KMSpico tool to legitify most any Microsoft product! It's faster than activating legitly.someone shouldfixthat. Lol. What is KMSpico?
They're actually releasing a new decentralized website soon. These a few articles in /technology if you're interested (would link but I am on mobile) Sick. I'll check it out!
We should try to get someone Piratebay related to do an iAMA!
What do you think is better? windows 8 or windows 7? I honestly like Windows 8.1 better. The cold boot is way faster than what it was in Windows 7. Also, the whole operating system is faster overall. How you search is made faster, how you open programs is made faster, etc. The reason why is it faster is because "Windows 8 lacks Windows 8 lacks Aeroglass which was a large resource hog on slower machines. As a result, it has a smaller memory footprint. There are also numerous other changes which can affect performance, including WDDM 1.2 which further offloads processing to the GPU, and the inclusion of Windows Defender."
Source: Link to www.tomshardware.com
The only two issues I have with Windows 8.1 is that they have changed my computer to my PC, and that if a program is not made for Windows 8, it will not scale properly and will look fuzzy.
Our office 2013 and even the control panel look fuzzy on Windows 8.1. 106 have to change the resolution every single time 106 boot. Is there any sort of permanent solution? I wouldn't know what the issue would be. That is not the norm. Take it into a Microsoft store! They fix all services that don't include replacing parts for free!
But yeah, would need more information to know what is wrong.
How do you enjoy your bacon? Crispy, chewy, or the proper way? I like it coming out of a hand dryer.
Microsoft makes machines that dry your hands with bacon!? Fuckin science man. Haha. I like my bacons crispy. So that when I take a bite, it crumbles. I can then use it as a topping!
I'm sorry but the correct answer is: "in as large of a heap as possible regardless of texture". No worries though! Everyone wins when bacon is involved! I like your username.
I think your username is boring, but I like you! Okay. I hate your honestly. But I like you too!
I don't think I saw these question asked... what benefits do you get? Any juicy discounts that make finance execs shiver? Do you have access to any older versions of Windows that 'are no longer supported'? What are some of the interesting things you get to see/take that we might not know about? This dude. Keep asking the questions!
$250 that can be expensed to use for gym related things (membership, shoes, etc)
$10/month will get you a lawyer for that month.
10% off of stock purchases.
10% off of all hardware or software (nothing really cool. We can't even use some of the coupons!!!)
44% off Lenovo's.
50% off Xbox games.
Access to unlimited license keys for MS software.
Free access to learning material for certifications.
Free certifications with unlimited tries.
A Coca-Cola Fridge with fully stocked SODAS!!!
Access to older versions of Windows: Yes, we do. All the way to XP.
Each employee gets a free phone and Surface when hired (all replaceable immediately if broken for free)
Occasionally, laptops that go off of displayed are taken home with employee.
Steep discounts on traveling (lodge, renting cars, air fare)
$10/month will get you a lawyer for that month. What are the restrictions on that? No restrictions really. You get a lawyer to represent you in all court related issues ranging from divorce, to criminal, etc. Even if it is against Microsoft.
Well shit, I chose the wrong store at Mall of America to work at (and no, I don't work at Apple). Haha. Well I'd love to ask, but don't want you to publicly put yourself out there.
Is Mall of America nice?
MSDN has MS-DOS and Windows 3.1, 3.11 and 3.2 (but no 2000 due to some lawsuit). I would think you guys do too? For those interested in what we get through MSDN, we get the following: Windows 7 Windows 8, 8.1 Windows Advanced Server Windows CE .NET Platform Builder 4.1, 4.2 Windows Embedded Windows Essential Business Server Windows XP Windows Vista.
Now i want to work at ms.. You should! Although the treatment by the Assistant manager isn't that great, some people do really go a long way to try and make your employment great!
And plus, $13.50/hour is a lot higher than lets say Best Buy or any other retail. Much better than clothing retail! and less stress.
Most employees just sit around surfing the internet, playing the Xbox One, playing Kinect Sports, etc. We just like to have fun!
Is it one of the good ones that represent the company or just some random lawyer? Also is it like insurance where you have to pay ahead or is it a pay-as-you-go type of thing? It is like insurance. You pay ahead and you are covered for a litany of things. It is from a company (so there will be many lawyers within that company) that overall represent Microsoft. So, the same lawyer that Steve Balmer would get would be potentially the same one I would get if we are covering the same issue.
Just wondering. At the beginning of the fiscal year, you have the option of enrolling in the program but you are in a binding contract for 12-monthes. But hey, $120 is cheap for a lawyer IMO.
Why has Microsoft never done a hand held system to rival PSP or 3DS? Microsoft doesn't really want to. Many of the Xbox games are meant to be played on a bigger screen. Imagine playing borderlands on a small screen. Or even Gears of War. The experience is better when the screen is bigger. Also, Nintendo has completely captured that market.
We chose console because we have an already dedicated market in that field. IF we went handheld, we would need to recapture a whole new audience, prove that we are capable of making handheld games, etc. And we would be competing against a juggernaut in that market. Through console, the competition is bigger and better. We already have a dedicated pool of fans. And with Nintendo falling out of system consoles, that brings more fans to Xbox (and PS).
Also, I personally have seen that handheld gaming has died.
I don't think handheld gaming has died... it's definitely shifted to smartphones and a more casual crowd though. Handhelds haven't died, but as you said, a more casual crowd prefers tablets and smartphones. And the casual crowd is the larger population.
Also most iPhone games are free or 99 cents, while 3DS games loom in the 35-55 bucks region :/ I wish Pokémon was 99 cents...
How long have you owned an iPhone? My first smartphone was the iPhone. I upgraded from my Motorola Razor to the iPhone in 2010. I ditched my iPhone in 2012 when Microsoft hired me because we were given free phones!
What phone are you using now? A Lumia Nokia 928. I like the interface and the ease of access to it's internal storage.
However, if you are looking for one, go grab the Nokia Lumia 925. It is by far the best in design and lightness.
Do you feel Microsoft are in a steady decline or do you feel they will be okay? I'm just curious if workers ever talk about the current state of home PC's, tablets, smartphones etc. We talk about it everyday. The majority of the associates I work with think that it is going on a decline (mainly because of Steve Balmer). Trust me. We look at our stocks every day. When it is in the green, high fives, When it is in the red, blame Balmer. Haha.
However, I think that Microsoft will do just fine. The Surface (Microsoft's line of computers) are awesome! The only issue is that the dimensions and capabilities of these devices only tailor to a small percentage of the community. The Surface 2 is light with great battery life, but can't run .exe which makes it a tablet. The Surface Pro 2 is a computer with full PC capabilities but too pricey and way too heavy! With the coming years, I hope that they will release more of a variety of computers available.
Also, the Lenovo Yoga does a great job. I believe that they accounted for the majority of sales since Windows 8 has released!
Damn, more storage for the Surface pro 2 is bloody expensive. What's up with that? Just the price of a solid state drive. If you look online for a 512gb solid state, it is quite expensive as well. The ram is also doubled to 8GB on the 256GB and 512 GB units.
However, a 512 GB hard drive usually goes for about $400-$500. So I have no idea why there is such a huge difference in pricing between the 64GB ($899) and the 512 GB ($1700)
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How much Anti-Linux brainwashing is involved in job orientation? Zero. People that are hired don't even know what Windows 8 is...
What is their starting salary? Sounds like a really simple job. $13.50 as a Product Advisor. $18.50 as a Technical (Service) Advisor.
It is simple. You are hired as a Product Advisor if you are Beautiful or have great social skills. Very rarely will they hire you based on your computer knowledge.
How much does your management actually care about me, the consumer, or you? The general manager cares a lot. The main reason for this is because there is a survey customers have the option to fill out at Microsoftfeedback.com. It generates a score called NPS (which I have no clue what it stands for) which when it exceeds a certain satisfaction percentage, bonuses are granted. Also, if a store has a low NPS, the general manager is usually held responsible and actions will be taken (many of the times, they are relocated but not demoted but some are fired). So you could say that it is mutually beneficial.
Assistant Managers don't give a F***; about me or the consumer. Since the release of Windows 8, many consumers have complained at how unfriendly it is. They would always argue with a Product Advisor, which is an entry sales position, and ask for a refund. Many of the times, the Product Advisor will grant it. However, businesses also come in and complain. When they make purchases that are in the range of $10k to $1000k, Product Advisors are not able to make returns on their own volition. Therefore, they will ask for the manager on duty (an assistant manager). The assistant managers will say no, but not even that. They won't even have the audacity to say it to the consumers face nor provide an explanation.
They also don't care about the gaming community. In the back of every store, there is an open area that is used for community events such as gaming events, public classes, etc. Gaming events are not run on the weekends because all it does is distract shoppers and they also don't bring in any revenue. Managers just think that they are annoying and a waste of a budget.
So all that being said, the assistant manager just wants you to go away. They will do anything to resolve issues quickly. They will do a return right infront of you, but not even ask what was wrong or how to make future experiences better. They will just ignore you, go to the cash register, do a return, give you a dirty look, then PEACE.
NPS is a Net Promoter Score. I work for one of Reddit's top 3 hated companies, and we use them also. Haha. Which company is that? If you do not mind sharing.
TWC. Haha. I remember this episode.
Anything happened between you and a co worker yet? Yeah. I know how sometimes people get overlooked in the Retail level, so I try to take out some of the new people that are being onboarded such as out to eat, maybe watch movies, games, etc. Whatever I can do to make them not feel like how I felt when I was hired (IGNORED)
Well that sucks (being ignored). But good on you for showing them company. Treat others how you want to be treated.
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Haha you're awesome man. And so true. Nope. You are awesome for contributing!
If you could change one thing about your current job, what would it be? The amount of power the general manager has within the store.
A lot of what is done at Microsoft, whether you like it or not, is usually enforced by the top people within the company. For retail, it is Kevin Turner (COO) and the Market Leaders.
The general manager has no power to do anything that he or she wants to. He/She has to comply with the store policies mandated by the bosses. Small things such as giving a 5% discount to business that buy bulks of our Surface Tablet or Xbox one, we are not allowed to do. In turn, we lose a lot of business this way.
Another thing is how Assistant Managers are managed. You'd be surprised at the amount of time managers waste spending time looking for tickets, flirting with associates, or even just shopping online. It is ridiculous. And because of this, the power to fire people would be awesome.
HOW COME YOU BASTARDS SCREW UP 520 FOR THE REST OF US EVERY NIGHT? The Nokia Lumia 520?? Could you elaborate on "screw up?"
520 bridge/ freeway. That and the pro club at 5 PM is like Black Friday. Every day. I have never been to Redmond so I have no clue what you're talking about. My bad.
I'm getting the feeling MS is in some way associated with Nokia... Why won't they release the 515 in N. America? We are. We bought their hardware division. As to why they wont release the phone? No idea.
How often do you get customers saying: 'Nah, I torrented it,' to all your MS products/OS's? I guess the Linux crew just rolls with a more... 'liberal' approach to 'paying' for 'software'. At the retail level, we don't care that much. No speeches are given about pirating. Shit happens and the world moves on. And in my opinion, I think Office is WAY too expensive.
How well does Microsoft take piracy of their OS? Do you have any anti-piracy corporate HR-type speeches at the store? Working with unlimited access to license keys, do they search your shoes on the way out? It could be priced at a much lower rate while still raking in massive amount of profit.
Seeing a piratebay link made my day. You, sir, are fantastic. In case you didn't know. OFFICE COSTS MICROSOFT 0.07 CENTS TO MAKE. WHAT THE F. That's like punching a blind kid in the face.
I don't think that office is that expensive, especially for students. I paid for an $80 4 year license for Office 365 and I love it. Beats the shit out of Google Drive. Also a good reason why holding on to your .edu address is so worth it. True. Can't argue with that.
How long do you plan on staying there? Is this a career venture? Are you doing anything to climb the ladder? From the benefits and pay, it seems like a great place. Would you rather get some great resume references and move to Intel or another tech company? IF i do move to another company, a company i'd like to work for would be intel. I was invited to a meeting that Intel hosted and the things that they have planned for the future seem awesome and I'd love to be apart of it. How do you like your current job? Do you see Linux going anywhere?
If I were to walk in the store with $500, what would you recommend I buy aside from a laptop or PC software? If you don't want a PC or laptop, probably in the wrong store.
However, I'd probably recommend an Xbox One.
Buy something that you can't get for free if you get my drift.
You cannot be serious? IF you came into the store and had $500, I mean, what would YOU want to get??
A Lumia 1020/Surface ..? He didn't say he doesn't want a tablet or a phone. OH, my bad. Probably misread. Grab a Surface 2. You get a 10" tablet, a back-lit keyboard, 1080p screen, and Office Home and Business! It's a nice deal! WITH A USB PORT!!! AWESOME <(.)<
Can I config Bing so it does not display all the images and non search stuff on the home page? I would like to use Bing but the initial page is distracting. The Google text based home page is better. Unfortunately you cannot.
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See, that is terrible. Microsoft behaves like they have to monetize everything. Kind of the same with Windows 8 where I cannot integrate my windows desktop with the store apps. I apologize. I wish I can make changes to lots of things within Microsoft, but my voice gets lost somewhere in between my direct boss and the CEO.
Will you be testing SteamOS on Saturday? I personally will be. I am quite excited.
Will the surface ever go to a lower price? Do you think that RT is worth it? I don't think the Surface 2 is worth it. The only difference between Surface RT and Surface 2 is screen quality. Goes from 720p to 1080p. However, nothing else changes. Volumes the same, performance is the same, storage is the same, etc. OH, the USB also goes from 2.0 to 3.0 (but how many of us actually take advantage of that?).
The Surface RT is worth it. Right now, it is $199 at some places and $349 at others depending if they are still on sale or not. With the Surface RT, you get a full functioning version of Microsoft Office Home and Business (value is $240). In addition to that, you get a full supported internet browser, access to the internal storage through a familiar explorer, and a USB port! It is almost like a computer with the exception of not being able to use non-propriety software.
The Surface price will go down... but most likely not until they come out with third generation units. And I doubt that Microsoft will execute a $900 million write-off to discount the surfaces like last year because the Surface 2 is selling really well.
Why cant windows phones be used as controllers for Surface Pro games? ( Just Kidding ), but it would be fun. The best discount employees get is 0% currently. Wack.
Also, whats the best set of discounts you can get for a surface pro 2? For businesses, they also get 0%. If they purchase 250 units, they get 5% off. If they purchase 1000 units, they get 12% off.
Xbox or playstation? I haven't played nor seen a PlayStation. The mall that I work in, the Sony store doesn't even have a PlayStation displayed! But the idea that I do save $100 is nice and makes it way more affordable. I could get a game, maybe even a game and a controller. But like I said, I have never played with one, and therefore, can't really judge what I think about the PlayStation.
Now to the Xbox. The issue with the Xbox is that the games that are currently released for it don't play in 1080p like promised. They are played in 720p quality. Yes they look better, but not what the previews have promised. Also, forcing people to buy the Kinect is stupid. It is an added accessory. AN ACCESSORY. Something that should've been available separately.
So right now, the PlayStation has my vote. I save $100. Who couldn't use that nowadays?
I have both a One and a PS4. So far i see the PS4 as my "game" console and my one as my "entertainment" console. They both have a solid exclusive base. But theres something just so fucking cool about saying "xbox tv" and bam. True. The voice commands that work with the Kinect are great! Makes it much easier to navigate without a controller and in the comfort of your chair.
And it is great that the Xbox One is seen as an "entertainment" console. That is what Microsoft wanted to do. With the HDMI in that is available, we wanted you to hook up your consoles, cable box, dvd player, etc. all to the Xbox one so that it would serve as a center console; where everything is accessible through one interface and one device.
Did you know that you can even log into your cable service provider through your Xbox one and watch cable TV through that? It is awesome!
You can also hook up your PS4 or Xbox 360 and play PS4 while playing xbox one. Jeez the future is now. Truly is. Microsoft has even developed a third generation Kinect already. Right now, you are seeing the 2nd. The third allows you to control windows applications on a windows computer. It is quite crazy. In a Microsoft office, there is even a Kinect (3rd generation) displayed onto a glass panel so that you can control the computer by touching the glass panel.
How bout the Xbox one? Xbox one games in general? Xbox One: Employees get a 10% discount. In addition to that, starting next year, there will be white versions of the console for employees to obtain through a specific protocol.
Xbox One games: 50% Off This only pertains to CD copies that need to be mailed to you directly from our warehouse. Not through the retail store nor digital copies apply.
Are you aware that PC is the master race? Actually, fun fact here.
Xerox was the first company to have a GUI. While giving Steve Jobs a tour of the company, supposedly, Steve Jobs took the prototype idea of a GUI and created the first Macintosh. PC came afterwards.
Thats a good deal on xbox games. What are rules about reselling them? If you don't get caught, no one knows!
However, on our discount portal that contains games and software(website), we are only allowed to purchase a total of $1000 a year.
What store do you work at? (if you can answer) --I was a PA for a time last year. PA just stands for product advisor lol. Not state. I work on the East Coast and that is all that I can say.
Is it true that the red ring of death is implanted onto the xbox so someone has to keep buying them? No. haha. This is 1000% false.
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Link to www.reddit.com. No comments, just like how a branch of your store is directly across from Apple in Mall of America for easy crowd comparisons. And also has Forza 5 available to play. Sick. Thanks for sharing the link. Yeah, the areas where Microsoft Stores will be built is in the malls that also have an Apple store. If the mall doesn't, more than likely, a Microsoft store won't be built there.
Can confirm, I knew a hot MSFT store retail worker. Yes. We hire some beautiful woman. All the more better, because they ask you to work a LOT of hours, many become single and ready to mingle.
How long have you been working with Microsoft. I have been working for Microsoft for a year and a half.
How much do you make. I make around $60k/year give or take bonuses and overtime.
IT is around $30/hour.
If you don't want a PC or laptop, probably in the wrong store. However, I'd probably recommend an Xbox One. Buy something that you can't get for free if you get my drift. ARGH!
50% off Xbox games. Oh, and the ability to beta test everything that comes out Microsoft made (i.e. Xbox one, Xbox made games, Microsoft Tablets/Computers/Phones, software)
They give the Techs and management a free subscription to MSDN and TechNet. You can download any Microsoft software, even Windows 3.1. Source: I'm a Tech. Oh really? Didn't know that a subscription to TechNet was available.
How do you like being a tech at your store? At our store, everyone is lazy and hates each other. It is a mess...
I opened the first Microsoft store in Scottsdale. I got fired later for a stupid reason. AMA. No way. What happened? This is quite interesting!
How many fedoras do you own? I didn't even know what a fedora was. I had to look it up.
I own none. I ain't a balla! Plus, can't pull off that look. I'd try to copy TI from his rap videos, wear it tilted, and before you know it, I'd look like an idiot.
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💻💻ASUS Chromebook C202SA-YS02💻💻
The ASUS Chromebook C202 is a sturdy little powerhouse of a machine that has ample features college students can appreciate. Weighing just 2.2 pounds, the ASUS Chromebook C202 is super easy to throw in a backpack and haul around campus all day. Extra durable rubber-wrapped edges, traction grips, and spill-resistance features help the machine withstand active use. The ASUS Chromebook has an 11.6″ resolution with anti-glare display. Need to present for class or work on a group project? The ASUS Chromebook has a 180-degree hinge that allows stellar visibility and flexibility for your needs.
The ASUS Chromebook C202 has an Intel Celeron 1.6 GHz processor, 4GB of memory, and 16GB of storage. 802.11ac wireless and the 360-degree WIFI antenna allow you to be rapidly connected whether you are on campus, video conferencing in for an online class, or studying in the dorms. Around 10 hours of battery life keeps you going, and built-in Bluetooth is another nice touch.
👍Pros of the ASUS Chromebook 202 are its tough, durable features and comfortable keyboard. The laptop is easy to fix if needed.👍
👎Cons include its lack of touchscreen option and mixed performance reviews.👎
💻💻ACER ASPIRE E 15 (E5-575-33BM)💻💻
  • 8th Generation Intel Core i3-8130U Processor (Up to 3.4GHz)
  • 15.6" Full HD (1920 x 1080) widescreen LED-lit Display
  • 6GB Dual Channel Memory, 1TB HDD & 8X DVD
  • Windows 10 Home
The Acer Aspire E 15 is a sharp looking notebook with some stand-out features that make it a worthy consideration for college students.Touting an attractive budget-friendly price point, the Acer Aspire E doesn’t cut corners on features. Offering 1 USB 2.0’s, 2 USB 3.0’s, and a Network, VGA, HDMI, and USB-C port, most any connector needs can be met. A DVD player and SD card reader are also included. Battery life on the Acer Aspire E 15 is around 8 hours, giving you a decent amount of time before you need to recharge.
👍Pros of the Acer Aspire E 15 include the easy to use Precision Touchpad, speedy wireless transfers, and unique numeric keypad.👍
👎Cons include its bulky weight (5.27 pounds) and somewhat limited battery compared to similar models. 👎
💲💲Budget💲💲 350-700
💻💻Microsoft Surface Go💻💻
  • High-res 10” PixelSense Display designed to be viewed, touched, and written on
  • Lightest Surface yet, starting at just 1.15 lbs.
  • All-day battery life, with up to 9 hours of unplugged power
  • Comes with Windows 10 in S mode, to do the things you want with performance that lasts, including Microsoft-verified security, Windows Defender, parental controls, and world-class support
  • Includes multi-tasking USB-C, fast charging Surface Connect, and headphone jack
The way we look at it, the best laptop for college students will strive to hit a golden balance between price and performance, without looking like you pulled it out of your dad’s study. The Microsoft Surface Go, then, isn’t just one of the best Windows tablets, but it’s one of the best laptops for college students, period. Don't’ be fooled by the low power components, either – Microsoft has engineered this 2-in-1 to be able to keep up with your schoolwork without breaking a sweat. You can’t do much better than the Surface Go, especially if you’re on a budget.
👍Pros-Excellent design Surprisingly strong graphics Decent price Fantastic display and speakers👍
👎Cons-still no accessories included Less powerful than an iPad Screen could be sharper👎
💻💻Microsoft Surface Pro 💻💻
  • 8th generation Intel Core i5 – i7
  • Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • RAM: 4GB – 16GB
  • Screen: 12.3-inch, 2,736 x 1,824 PixelSense display
  • Storage: 128GB – 1TB SSD
The Microsoft Surface Pro lineup has always been among the best laptops for college students – beautiful touch screens, incredible portability and long battery life. The Surface Pro , while not necessarily bringing anything new to the table, continues this tradition. What you’re getting here is a speedy Windows 10 tablet that can effortlessly turn into a laptop by use of the Surface Type Cover. You can get your work done and then effortlessly transition into break mode. The Surface Pro is the best Surface yet, if only just barely.
👍 Pros-Quad-core processing Long battery life Excellent new color option👍
👎Cons-Still no USB-C Dated USB 3.0 port Few meaningful improvements👎
💻💻ASUS VivoBook S Ultra Thin and Portable Laptop💻💻
  • Intel i5 8th gen
  • 8 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB SSD
  • Battery life 5 to 6 hours
  • 3.7 lbs
Portable?yes. The Asus Vivobook S15 might be exactly what you’re looking for. With a sharp & colorful 15-inch display and rich audio, it’s definitely a great school and movie-watching machine. And with a weight of 3.7 pounds, it’s one of the most portables of its category. Add that to a solid, slim& good-looking body and you’ve got a great laptop under $700. It doesn’t have the best battery life and I prefer a less shallow keyboard, but otherwise it’s a great choice!
👍 Pros include: Excellent Display, Great Lightweight Design, Great Audio, Good Keyboard,👍
👎Cons Average Battery Life, Bad quality Web Cam👎
💻💻Acer Spin 5 SP513-52N-58WW💻💻
  • Graphics 13.3″ HD touchscreen (1920 x 1080)
  • Performance Intel i5 8th gen
  • 8 GB of RAM
  • Storage 256 GB SSD
  • Battery life Up to 10 hours
  • Weight 3.53 lbs
The Acer Spin 5 is a contender to the others laptops in its category. Acer managed to deliver a lot of value at the right price in this well-built hybrid notebook. The HD screen is bright and it delivers the right amount of power to keep it powerful yet low-cost. And they made sure to put a 256 GB SSD to give you enough space and make it fast. For college persons how love 2 in 1 laptops which are quick and light with great battery life this one is for you.
👍Pros include: Solid & Quality Design, Bright Display, Comfortable Keyboard,👍
👎Cons needs better heating vents👎
💻💻Acer Aspire E 15💻💻
  • 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250U Processor (Up to 3.4GHz)
  • 15.6" Full HD (1920 x 1080) widescreen LED-lit IPS Display
  • 8GB Dual Channel Memory & 256GB SSD
  • Up to 15-hours of battery life
  • 5.27 lbs
    The Acer Aspire E5-576G-5762 follows in the line of the E5-575G-53VG with a great value and powerful laptop that doesn’t break the bank, trust me college students are going to love it . It’s not the sexiest nor the most portable laptop under $700, but at this price point, it’s one that offers a lot of value. It’s powerful enough for the casual gamer, the build-quality is pretty good and it has one of the longest battery life you can find.
👍Pros include: Fast laptop with Graphic Card for 3D, Great Battery Life, Good Value,👍
👎Cons A little heavy & bulkier than most👎
💻💻New 2018 Lenovo Yoga 730 2-in-1 (30% off which puts it in this price range so not sure when it will go back to it's original price range)💻💻
  • 15.6inch FHD IPS Touch-Screen Laptop
  • Intel i5-8250U
  • 8GB DDR4 RAM
  • 256GB PCIe SSD
  • Thunderbolt
  • Fingerprint Reader
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 2.65lbs
The Lenovo Yoga 730 is a good mix of durability, 2 in 1 speedster, portability, performance and affordability. Here’s a well-made, compact device that allows you to perform your typical daily workload without a hitch. The battery life could be better, as could the speakers, but it nevertheless is a decent deal.
👍Pros include: Very fast! Battery is ok with balanced battery profile or saver. Screen is gorgeous. Sketch is very responsive with Lenovo active pen 2. Not really any issues at all👍
👎Cons:screen issue reported by one customer so far.👎
💻💻Acer Swift 3💻💻
AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Quad-Core Processor (Up to 3.6GHz) 15.6" Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS Widescreen LED-backlit Display with Corning Gorilla Glass 8GB DDR4 Memory, 256GB SSD Windows 10 Home Up to 8-hours Battery Life 3.64lbs
The Acer Swift 3 is one of the most compact powerhouse laptops you can buy in $700 price range. It is a 14-inch ultrabook that packs in some extra-ordinary hardware inside, which makes it the best overall package. The laptop is powered by the latest AMD Ryzen 5 2500U and graphics on the device is coordinated by a Radeon Vega 8 GPU which reflects the clearer picture of the laptop, that it can be a powerful gaming machine.
Talking about the design, the Acer Swift 3 sports an all-metal chassis with a striking silver finish. The laptop weighs just 3.6 pounds and has a very thin profile of 0.7″. Most laptops packing powerful hardware inside such thin and light chassis has thermal problems, but that’s not a problem with Acer Swift 3. The laptop remains at comfortable temperatures even while gaming, which is a huge plus for casual gamers. The laptop also has a backlit keyboard and responsive touchpad which supports gestures. Additionally, Acer’s TrueHarmony high-performance sound system is pumped in its two stereo speakers giving a decent surround sound experience.
Overall, the Acer Swift 3 checks a lot of right boxes and is a perfect choice for anyone who wants a perfect blend of power and portability.
👍Pros include: Powerful for the price, Stellar battery life, Plenty of ports, Killer keyboard and trackpad👍
👎Cons: Boring looks Down-firing speakers👎
💻💻Lenovo Ideapad 720S (link will send you to the lenovo website)💻💻
  • Processor AMD Ryzen 5 2500U 2.0 GHz Processor (Turbo up to 3.6 GHz)
  • Storage 256GB SSD
  • Graphics AMD Radeon Vega Graphics
  • Display 13.3-Inch Full HD IPS Anti-Glare Display with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution
  • Operating System Windows 10 Home 64-bit OS
  • Battery Life Up to 9 hours
  • Weight 2.4 lbs
Lenovo Ideapad 720S is one of the best ultrabooks you can buy in the $700 price range. It packs in a beautiful 13.3-inch full HD IPS display and comes with an anti-glare coat for the safety of eyes. Lenovo being one of the world’s most reliable laptop manufacturer provides sturdy, durable, and powerful machines at affordable prices.
Accordingly, the Ideapad 720S is powered by an AMD Ryzen 5 2500U processor paired with 8GB of DDR4 RAM. The graphics on the device is backed by AMD Radeon Vega graphics which makes this laptop ideal for photo and video editing and light gaming. The laptop offers newest and well-implemented high-end configuration for an undercut small price.
Although, the device doesn’t give a magnificent battery backup, it is still a power packed machine for the asking price. One can store up to 256GB of data, thanks to its 256GB of solid state drive. All in all, the Lenovo Ideapad 720s is the best compact-sized, masculine performing productivity laptop under $700 price tag.
👍Pros include: Great overall performance, Beautiful design, Discrete graphics offers extra options👍
👎Slightly awkward keyboard Middling battery life👎
💻💻Acer Swift 3 SF314-54-56L8💻💻
  • 8th Generation Intel Core i5-8250U Processor (Up to 3.4GHz)
  • 14" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Widescreen LED-backlit IPS Display
  • 8GB DDR4 Memory & 256GB SSD
  • Windows 10 Home
  • Up to 12 Hours Battery Life
The latest Acer Swift 3 14-inch laptop is an ultrabook which is not only great for usage as a personal computer but also as a power packed performer. It has a bright 14-inches of display which is bright and vivid. The laptop is powered by an 8th Generation Intel Core i5 processor which is a quad-core processor with clock frequency of up to 3.4GHz.
The laptop weighs 3.2 pounds so it won’t boor your shoulders while carrying in a backpack and it is also sleek in design which makes it look stylish. Overall, the Acer Swift 3 is ideal for day-to-day performance which makes it perfect laptop under $700 with the combination of both work and play. It can handle gaming to a moderate extent and is surely capable of heavy multitasking at a go.
The best deal being it’s affordable pocket-friendly price tag, which enables the laptop to creep into the list. The keyboard on the device is backlit enabled and the storage on the device is backed by a faster 256GB of solid state drive making it an overall best laptop under $700.
👍Pros include:Build quality Non-reflective screen Fast boot times Snappy performance Wide selection of ports Battery life 8 hrs on average Keyboard+trackpad👍
👎Cons:Annoying finger print scanner No type C charge👎
💻💻Lenovo Flex 15 💻💻 (link provided will carry you to Lenovo)
  • Processor Intel Core i5-8250U 1.6GHz Processor (Turbo up to 3.4GHz)
  • Storage 256GB SSD
  • Graphics Intel UHD Graphics 620
  • Display 15.6-Inch Full HD Touchscreen IPS Display with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution
  • Operating System Windows 10 64-bit OS
  • Battery Life Up to 10 hours
  • Weight 4.4 lbs
Lenovo’s Flex series of laptops are the most versatile, lightweight, powerful, and stylish laptops, which are not only stripped in terms of weight, but also in terms of price. The Lenovo Flex 15 is the recently launched 15-inch touchscreen convertible laptop with 2-in-1 capabilities.
The device is powered by an 8th generation Intel Core i5 processor coupled with 8GB of RAM. That said, the laptop can be put to high multi-tasking without any issues. Storage on the device is backed by a 256GB of SSD which boots windows and opens up bulky software in just a couple of seconds.
Moreover, it has lightweight chassis and brilliantly crafted hinges which makes easy to work on-the-go. The laptop provides an exceptional battery backup, which is capable enough to break the boundaries in terms of a traditional windows based laptop’s efficacy.
The Lenovo Flex 15 packs in a long list of connectivity options and also features a fingerprint scanner which get it an upper hand when considered its other 2-in-1 rivals in the list as well as other laptops in 700 dollars price-segment.
👍Pros include: Full-sized ports, Fast-charging features, Powerful innards👍
👎Cons:Slightly hard to open with one hand Display appears too reflective👎
💲💲Budget💲💲 700-1000
💻💻Microsoft Surface Pro with Black Type Cover💻💻
The Microsoft Surface Pro combines sleek design with stand-out versatility, making it a well-suited match to the dynamics of college life. Storage can be selected in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, or 1TB SSD making it adaptable to a variety of needs. Both a dynamic laptop and tablet, the 12.3″ PixelSense Display offers vivid 2736×1824 resolution and a 3:2 aspect ratio. The Intel Core 7th-generation processor can be chosen in either m3, i5 or i7 options. 13.5 hours of video playback make the battery life of the Microsoft Surface Pro outstanding to its competitors.
The Microsoft Surface Pro is easy to grab and go through a busy day with, as it weighs between 1.69 and 1.73 pounds. Memory ranges run from 4 GB, 8 GB, or 16 GB RAM and the Bluetooth Wireless 4.1 technology is another fantastic feature. Windows Hello face authentication heightens security for the machine, so users should feel confident having it on campus.
👍Pros include: the full-size USB port, quiet running volume, Alcantra fabric covering, and comfortable ergonomic keyboard.👍
👎Cons include the lack of a USB-C connection and the Surface Pen and a cover is an additional expense.👎
💻💻Microsoft Surface Laptop (1st Gen)💻💻
The Microsoft Surface Laptop is not one to skip over when looking for the perfect computer to take to campus. This surprisingly luxe feeling machine touts a 13.5-inch PixelSense Display with a touchscreen, giving users the best worlds of both a notebook and table style configuration. Weighing just 2.76 pounds, its mighty Intel Core processor handily accomplishes bigger class projects, but also speedily keeps you up-to-date with daily browsing and communicating online. 14.5 hours of battery life give it additional strength compared to similar machines and add constant charging as one less thing to worry about.
The Microsoft Surface Laptop uniquely offers color personalization, giving users a chance to stand out with hues like Graphite Gold, Cobalt Blue, Platinum, and Burgundy in a sea of dominantly silver machines. Easily cleanable Alcantara material covers the keyboard, creating a nice feel and a comfortable typing experience. The Microsoft Surface Laptop is equipped with Windows 10 S, which was designed specifically for students and teachers.
👍Pros to the Microsoft Surface Laptop continue with its top of the line Omnisonic speakers, its slim design, moderate price point, and vivid display.👍
👎Cons include the relatively unknown long-term durability of the material covered keyboard.👎
💻💻Apple 13.3" MacBook Air ( Silver)💻💻
Apple’s MacBook Air 13.3-Inch notebook could be the machine to put you at the top of the class. Its reputation for durability, strong performance reviews, and dynamic features make it a worthy candidate to consider. An option for either a 1.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 or 2.2GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 processor and either 128GB, 256GB or 512GB SSD2, give it the specs to meet college life’s unique demands. The LED display punches with vivid detail and works fantastically whether live-streaming a lecture, creating a document, or just keeping up with daily communications.
The MacBook Air 13.3-Inch keeps you charged with up to 12 hours of battery and is a slight 2.96 pounds, making it an easy addition to any backpack or tote bag. The MacOS High Sierra gives users the ability to accomplish so much with their notebook from iMovies and GarageBand to Pages and Photos. A 3.2GHz Turbo Boost and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless capabilities are just a few other features which add to the litany.
👍Pros to the machine also include the Thunderbolt 2 port and Two USB 3 ports, HD camera, and helpful backlit keyboard. 👍
👎Cons include the limited aesthetic customization and Mac price-point.👎
💻💻Dell XPS 13 9360 13.3inch💻💻
  • Graphics 13.3″ QHD touchscreen (3200 x 1800)
  • Performance Intel i5 with 8 GB of RAM
  • Storage 256 GB SSD
  • Battery life Expect 10 hours
  • OS Windows 10
  • Weight 2.9 lbs
This one is a market favorite for a reason! One look at it and you understand why. Not only it’s a slim laptop, it’s also very compact. In fact, the first time you look at it, you’ll think it’s an 11-inch laptop instead of a 13-inch! The Dell XPS 13 has a quality aluminium body with a carbon fiber layer on the palm rest to keep your hands cool. With one of the best screen in its category, good performance and a pretty good sound system, this ultra-thin laptop gets great reviews. With a competitive price, this Dell ultraportable is a no-brainer.
👍Pros include: Compact Design, Stunning Screen, Quality laptop with Great Features👍
👎Cons: Webcam is weirdly located underneath the screen👎
💻💻Acer Swift 7 13.3inch💻💻
  • Graphics 13.3″ HD screen (1920 x 1080)
  • Performance Intel i5 with 8 GB of RAM
  • Storage 256 GB SSD
  • Battery life Up to 9 hours
  • OS Windows 10
  • Weight 2.48 lbs
Acer did an impressive job and managed to create the thinnest laptop on the market at 0.41 inch thick. It’s a quality, lightweight, powerful laptop and one of the best looking on the market. It looks premium and Acer really intended to compete with the best and I must say they did pretty well!
👍Pros include: Beautiful design, Excellent feel, Two USB-C ports👍
👎Cons:No keyboard backlight👎
💻💻Asus Zenbook UX330UA – 13″ QHD💻💻
  • Graphics 13.3″ QHD screen (3200 x 1800)
  • Performance Intel i5 with 8 GB of RAM
  • Storage 256 GB SSD
  • Battery life Up to 12 hours
  • OS Windows 10
  • Weight 2.65 lbs
Honestly I could have put the whole ZenBook series here. It’s really one for my favorite for the quality, style and performance it offers, at a fair price. I chose the UX330UA because Asus really managed to create a quality and powerful slim laptop. With a great design on an aluminium frame, it is quite sturdy and has a high-end quality for the price. With a size and weight comparable to the MacBook Air, it’s equipped with a great HD screen and has a battery time that lasts through a whole work day, plus overtime. Its i5 processor, 8G of RAM and 256 GB SSD make it competitive with the more expensive ones. Overall, an excellent balanced laptop at a fair price.
👍Pros include: Good-looking, quality & solid design, Great Screen, Offers one of the best value on the market👍
👎Cons include Stiff touchpad👎
💻💻HP Envy 13-ab016nr Notebook💻💻
  • Graphics 13.3″ HD screen (1920 x 1080)
  • Performance Intel i5 with 8 GB of RAM
  • Storage 256 GB SSD
  • Battery life Up to 7.5 hours
  • OS Windows 10
  • Weight 3.3 lbs
Often ultra-thin laptops will reduce the number of ports to reduce the frame size I’m looking at you MacBook Air but it’s definitively not the case with the HP Envy. Even with its thickness of 0.51″ and compact format, it’s packed with 3 USB ports, an SD card reader and an HDMI connector. The best features of this slim laptop are its great HD screen, Bang & Olufsen speakers that are in the premium league and the performance that is more than enough for pretty much every user. It might not have the biggest hard drive and the longest battery life, but with very competitive price, it packs a lot of value.
👍Pros include: Thin, Light & Good-Looking Design Great HD screen Powerful speakers👍
👎Cons: Lower battery life than competition👎
💻💻 Dell XPS 15 (link leads to the dell official website cheaper there. )💻💻
The ideal laptop for a medical student is one with a large display and a powerful processor for taking notes and running complex programs in the lab. More importantly, it should have long battery life, so the laptop doesn't power down while med students are doing their rounds. The XPS 15 offers an excellent combination of performance and endurance.
Its incredible runtime of 11 hours and 53 minutes makes it one of the longest-enduring 15-inch laptops we've ever tested. Combined with a compact footprint, and the XPS 15 is surprisingly great for travel. It's also very powerful, equipped with an Intel H-series CPU. When you have time to yourself, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti in the XPS 15 is capable of playing most modern games, and streaming TV shows and movies is a joy on its bright and vibrant display.
👍Pros include: Strong overall performance, Outstanding battery life, Capable GTX 1050 Ti GPU, Bright, vibrant display👍
👎Cons: Poor webcam placement👎
💻💻ASUS ZenBook 13 UX331UN-WS51T Ultra-Slim Laptop (link leads to newegg cheaper there)💻💻
  • Intel Core i5-8250U
  • 8GB RAM
  • 256GB SSD
  • 13.3-inch 1080p display
  • 2.7 pounds
If you're seeking premium looks and portability on a budget, look no further than the Asus ZenBook 13. This beautiful, blue-tinted laptop has one of the best designs we've seen from a recent notebook, and backs up its eye-catching looks with strong Core i5 performance and more than 9 hours of battery life. The colorful display and loud speakers don't hurt, either.
👍Pros include: Decent battery life, Fast fingerprint sensor, Stellar display👍
👎Cons: Janky touchpad, HDMI port should be USB-C, Shell is a smudge magnet👎
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