► Links to the laptops we listed in this video:

► 5. ASUS VivoBook F510UA –
► 4. HP Spectre Folio –
► 3. Asus ZenBook UX430UA –
► 2. MSI GP73 –
► 1. Huawei Matebook 13 –
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►UK Links◄
► 5. ASUS VivoBook F510UA –
► 4. HP Spectre Folio –
► 3. Asus ZenBook UX430UA -…

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  1. ► Links to the laptops we listed in this video:

    ► 5. ASUS VivoBook F510UA – https://amzn.to/2VuYiMM

    ► 4. HP Spectre Folio – https://amzn.to/2vQ3QCn

    ► 3. Asus ZenBook UX430UA – https://amzn.to/2Vzpkmk

    ► 2. MSI GP73 – https://amzn.to/2VUh0wM

    ► 1. Huawei Matebook 13 – https://amzn.to/2vS3YRL

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    ►UK Links◄

    ► 5. ASUS VivoBook F510UA – https://amzn.to/2JfEJ4y

    ► 4. HP Spectre Folio – https://amzn.to/2Jb0D9b

    ► 3. Asus ZenBook UX430UA – https://amzn.to/2JccT9d

    ► 2. MSI GP73 – https://amzn.to/30dX3A2

    ► 1. Huawei Matebook 13 – https://amzn.to/2DVDyD5

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    ►GER & EU Links◄

    ► 5. ASUS VivoBook F510UA – https://amzn.to/2VrcxCe

    ► 4. HP Spectre Folio – https://amzn.to/30dWVAy

    ► 3. Asus ZenBook UX430UA – N/A

    ► 2. MSI GP73 – https://amzn.to/2DZuLQA

    ► 1. Huawei Matebook 13 – N/A

  2. this video is complete non-sense. has nothing to do with coding what so ever.

  3. How is this a programmer specific video when not once did you mention compile times ? No mention of visual studio, eclipse, xcode or pycharm either This is just a review of these laptops with affiliate links. What exactly does make these best ?

  4. This list is completely illogical…

  5. Another channel that has no idea about the subject and randomly lists from the cheapest to the most expensive laptops.

  6. wow big prices

  7. such a shitty video

  8. i am very surprised that the Mac is not in this list, c'mon programmers, what's wrong with it?

  9. lol huawei laptops are garbage

  10. Maybe is there a laptop that costs 350$ or under that can handle coding? Lik. Asimple laptop to move around while doing some coding

  11. No 100-300$ lapto?

  12. I hate you soo much

  13. Hello. Would you recommend the ASUS VIVOBOOK F510QA-WB91 as an alternative to the ASUS Vivobook F510UA for coding?

  14. Programing laptops without numeric keyboard? Its hell for me…

  15. Tbh being a professional developer I've seen a lot of people using 200$ laptop through CS classes building apps that would blow people minds and people with 4k$ + laptop who would waste time gaming and submitting crappy projects

    Always remember Apollo was launched with a crappiest computer ever that didn't even have a gui..

    As long as you can type on it and the text is seen you should be good to go…

    For html css JS =< 4gb ram,HD screen 2core cpu

    python =< 4gb ram , 2 core cpu, HD screen ,32gb HDD or ssd and Linux

    This should be wayyyy more than enough considering you have a Google or Microsoft account for free cloud storage.. good luck

    Other unity/Cad/gui devs = 8gb, i5 8th gen, 1080p, ssd

  16. macbook Pro is not a laptop its a Beast

  17. I really cannot take this to heart because the Macbook Pro is not on the list.

  18. MSI is piece of expensive sh1t. The holders of the monitor which connect it to the main block are defected. They cant hold the weight of the monitor so for 1 year they were broken THREE times. It just wrong design. So they will brake all the time and nobody can repair them only manufacturer. The second thing are dynamics which are horrible and sound is very low. So it is not worth it money. IMHO

  19. Thank you for putting in effort for this video and explaining everything in detail.

  20. okay, this video list seems a little random. The truth is there is no laptop specifically for coding but there is some key points you should look for if you are in computer science or just learning how to code.
    1. Good screen. You are going to be looking at this screen A LOT. Get a nice high res screen with good viewing angles and enough brightness. You eyes will thank you
    2. The Keyboard. Your going to be typing a lot on this so try to find one that has a nice keyboard for you. This is subjective but you should at least like the way the keys feel when your typing for hours on end. go to the store and test them out.

    3. Processor. Try to get at least a Core i5 with 4 real cores especially if this is your only computer. It will help with the compiling times and multi-tasking.

    The rest of the tips is really common sense. try to get as much ram as you can and as much storage as you can. get an SSD, it helps with the speed of your computer no matter what processor or amount of ram you have. Find something with good battery life but battery life always goes along with price so it something you have to decide if you want to spend on. These are my opinion based on the past 5 years in computer science and about to graduate. here are my recommendations for laptops.
    Apple:
    I would honestly stay away from these right now, they are decent computers but the keyboard are having defects and last thing you want is to be fighting the keyboard when you are typing. but if you must then you can go wrong with any macbook tbh.
    Windows/Linux:
    Dell XPS 13 – Hands down one of the best windows laptop available. A lot of people in my school have it. I did find the keyboard to be a bit mushy but its not bad

    Hp Spectre x360 – good screen, great keyboard, one of the best on a windows laptop, good build quality. HP has good keyboards and tend to be fancy but this one also hits all the marks.

    Surface line-

    tldr most of these laptop/tablets hit my key marks at various price points. these have a key advantage over the other ones though. the screens are taller meaning you can see more lines of code on the screen. you cant really go wrong with them.

    surface go – cheap with good keyboard and nice screen, slower processor but that just means slower compile times. good for early stuff but might chug when it comes to the bigger projects.
    surface pro – still portable but with more power and a nicer keyboard. if the surface go is too small and slow than you get this one
    surface laptop- very good keyboard, laptop, and screen. only downside is the port selection, this goes for the previous but they are tablets so it is somewhat excusable. other than that this is a sold choice if you just want a laptop and don't need any of that convertible stuff.
    surface book – the big boy, if you want the best of the best for screen, power and keyboard then you can not go wrong with this. it is not as portable as the other ones but it makes up for it with the available configs allowing you to make this laptop into a desktop replacement at a reasonable size.

    if you read this hopefully you find some use out of it. I'm just trying to help fellow programmers. Once again this is my opinion and if you disagree with my suggestions it is fine.

  21. I don’t know why but HP’s logo just look premium to me.

  22. Awful amateurish comparison. Weight / battery / performance. You just stole few videos and add some voice over !

  23. "Programming laptops"? ANY laptop — is a programming laptop.

  24. FOR STUDENTS, about 1k $, LOL

  25. Tʜᴀᴛ's ᴀ ɪɴsᴀɴᴇ ʟᴀᴘᴛᴏᴘ

  26. TELL US THE PRICE FIRST

  27. Bro which option is better 512 gb ssd or 256 gb ssd with 1 tb hdd

  28. ..u must be kidding man

  29. i dont 1.7k euros to buy a laptop as a first year college software engineering student

  30. As the ban on huawei. Should I go matebook 13 of it. please suggest what to do?

  31. You gotta be kidding me! Huawei!! Hahahahaha, you got paid by Wuawei…

  32. How the acer swift 3 will be

  33. i am bsc(comp sci) and we have lots of c programs to code. I am also interested in android development which requires high processing power. I found the laptops in this list decent

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