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Notebookcheck's Top 10 Multimedia Notebooks

February 2017 update. Here you will find the best current multimedia notebooks reviewed by Notebookcheck in the last few months. Our list of top models is regularly updated, maintained and commented on and should assist in purchasing decisions.

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Every month Notebookcheck reviews numerous notebooks of all kinds. Some of these are multimedia laptops. We have classed 14-inch or larger notebooks that have been designed and configured as all-round laptops by the manufacturers with graphics cards up to the GTX 960M / GTX 1050.

The following table shows an overview of the Top 10 multimedia laptops as reviewed by Notebookcheck in the past 12 months. If ratings are equal, the latest review is listed first. The table can be sorted by clicking its headers and filtered by entering text in the text field above it (e.g. "matte").

Top 10 Multimedia Notebooks as of February 2017

Pos.RatingDateImageModelWeightHeightSizeResolutionScreenBest Price
189%02/2017
New!
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
Intel Core i7-6920HQ
AMD Radeon Pro 460
16 GB Memory, 1024 GB SSD
1.8 kg16 mm15.4"2880x1800glossy
287%02/2017
New!
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
Intel Core i5-7300HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Notebook)
8 GB Memory, 1000 GB Hybrid
2 kg17 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
386%03/2016Asus N752VX-GC131TAsus N752VX-GC131T
Intel Core i7-6700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
3.2 kg33.2 mm17.3"1920x1080matte
485%03/2016Asus N552VX-FY103TAsus N552VX-FY103T
Intel Core i7-6700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M
8 GB Memory, 1000 GB Hybrid
2.5 kg29.9 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
584%02/2017
New!
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
Intel Core i5-7200U
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
2.3 kg25.4 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
684%03/2016Asus GL752VW-T4168TAsus GL752VW-T4168T
Intel Core i7-6700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
3 kg32 mm17.3"1920x1080matte
784%05/2016MSI PE60 6QE-056XUSMSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
Intel Core i7-6700HQ
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M
16 GB Memory, 120 GB SSD
2.4 kg27 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
883%10/2016Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044TAsus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
Intel Core i7-6500U
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
2 kg19.9 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
981%02/2017
New!
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
Intel Core i7-7500U
AMD Radeon R7 M445
8 GB Memory, 256 GB SSD
2.3 kg23.3 mm15.6"1920x1080matte
1081%06/2016Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
Intel Core i5-6200U
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M
8 GB Memory, 1024 GB HDD
2.4 kg28.45 mm15.6"1920x1080matte

Top 10 of the previous 12 months at the time of writing - current articles are listed first

Editors' Comments

1st

Maximum configuration: Apple MacBook Pro 15 (Late 2016 2.9 GHz, 460)
Maximum configuration: Apple MacBook Pro 15 (Late 2016 2.9 GHz, 460)

The MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460) (see review) is the first major redesign of the work comet from Apple in a number of  years. Unavoidably, the chassis has become significantly slimmer and lighter. It is still one of the best and most high-end laptop cases. The display quality is premium and the huge trackpad works very accurately. As in the MacBook Pro, the Touch Bar is considered important. This small display replaces the function keys and which functions are assigned to it depends on software and use.

Our review showed that the functionality depends mainly on the software support, but it can actually make the handling rather more complicated in practice.

Our test covers the top model with a Core i7-6920HQ, AMD Radeon Pro 460, 16 GB of RAM, and 1024 GB SSD. It costs just over 4000 Euros (~$4248). As a result, high performance is to be expected and the cooling system can cope with it surprisingly well. The AMD Radeon Pro 460 graphics card increases the performance by a steep 40% compared to the Radeon Pro 450 GPU in the base configuration. In terms of CPU there are no disadvantages.

The Core i7-6920HQ is about 10 to 15% faster than the regular Core i7-6700HQ, but this is also the case for the new entry-level quad-core i7-7700HQ, so you basically pay $300 for an "old" upgrade.

The testers criticized this laptop because of the bugs they encountered. The base configuration is also affected: Problems with Wi-Fi connections to 2.4 GHz networks if USB-C devices are connected, problems with the speakers, if Windows is installed via BootCamp, and image errors of the graphic card in the same mode. However, upcoming and already shipped updates are supposed to fix these problems.

One of the biggest issues is probably the radical change of the port situation. Although 4x Thunderbolt 3 (USB Type-C) make the device quite future-proof, you will need adapters in the foreseeable future.

While the MacBook Pro 15 2016 is in the 1st place in this top list, it does not meet the high claim of a 3000 to 4000-Euro (~$3186 to $4248) laptop. It is a kind of intermediate stage before the chassis will be populated with Kaby Lake processors in the coming year. In the meantime, there is enough time for  problems to be solved and Kaby Lake will bring a performance gain. We also had the "smaller sibling" in review, the Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.6 GHz, 450; i7-6700HQ, Radeon Pro 450, 16 GB of RAM).

2nd

Full HD or 4K display: Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ)
Full HD or 4K display: Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ)

The second edition of a special laptop enters the contest, the Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full HD) (see review). A 45-watt Kaby Lake processor and a GeForce GTX 1050 are supposed to awe the competitors, including the new MacBook Pro 15. The performance has improved significantly - especially thanks to the GTX 1050. However, the ergonomics of the unchanged 15-inch chassis remains down-to-earth. Temperature and noise are not overly high. In office use, the XPS 15 is hardly audible. However, the noise level increases to a loud 47 dB(A) during gaming.

You should not forget a full-fledged PCIe-SSD in combination with a larger battery though. The hybrid solution in our test model (SSD cache + HDD) cannot compete with an SSD-only solution in terms of subjective performance impression. The HDD also creates a constant murmur.

The XPS 15 is still quite a compact 15-inch laptop (Infinity Edge Display), which gives the impression of a good professional work device, thanks to its excellent display with high color fidelity (after calibration). Instead of FHD as is the case in our test model, the laptop is optionally available with 4K display, which delivered a bigger color space in the predecessor.

Battery runtimes of around 5.5 hours (Wi-Fi test) can compensate for some periods without a socket, but we expect a bit more.

We will review the high-end variant with 4K display, 512 GB SSD, and Intel i7 700HQ soon. In addition, we will review the variant with Full HD display, SSD, and i7-7700HQ. While the predecessor suffered from throttling, the current base configuration with 7300HQ does neither throttle in the Cinebench loop nor in the “Witcher” endurance test.

The top list shows that only Apple offers a similarly powerful, yet even more compact alternative with its MacBook Pro 15, which, however, is not fully up-to-date in terms of CPU. The XPS 15 variant with 7700HQ will be at least on par with the 6920HQ in the Apple. But, even if it is not, Dell charges just half the price.

Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, FHD)

3rd

not perfect, yet quite good: Asus N752VX-GC131T
not perfect, yet quite good: Asus N752VX-GC131T

The 17-inch device from Asus achieved a place far up in our Top 10 right away and even ranked in ahead of its 15-inch sibling Asus N552VX. The N752VX-GC131T (see review) is a variant with an SSD. While Acer confuses customers of the Nitro series with Black Edition/Non-Black Edition, Thunderbolt yes/no, 15-- watt or 45-watt SoC, Asus follows a consistent approach. Regardless of whether 15 or 17 inches, the 45-watt Skylake processor and the GTX 950M are standard in this series. Unfortunately, all models use GDDR3 VRAM, which reduces the potential of the Nvidia chip significantly. Presumably, Asus aims to maintain a significant difference compared to the GL752VW, a 17-inch device with a GeForce GTX 960M and GDDR5. In terms of gaming, Acer's Black Edition VN7-792G with GTX 960M performs significantly better.

Asus has done many things right with its multimedia bundle. It scores with a high-performance CPU, a great sound system and an outstanding screen, all placed in an elegantly designed casing.

The tester was pleased with the desktop replacement characteristics of the N752VX such as the quiet cooling system, good input devices, matte IPS display and a good sound. The combination of SSD+HDD provides a lot of storage space. The premium build quality is delightful. However, this should be standard for a price of about 1300 Euros (~$1467). Unfortunately, the manufacturer has restricted the maintainability. The user cannot even reach the fan without dismantling the entire chassis. The small maintenance hatch covers only the RAM slot and the 2.5-inch SATA bay. Those who want a slimmer laptop, but spare the price of an XPS 15, may like the ZenBook Pro UX501VW. The 22 mm Barebone comes with a GTX 960M from 1300 Euros (~$1467).

ModelSizeTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSDPrice
ASUS N752VX-GB147T17.3"3840x2160i7-6700HQGTX 950M8 GB1TB HDD + 512GB SSDfrom €1700
ASUS N752VX-GC146T17.3"1920x1080i7-6700HQGTX 950M8 GB1TB HDD + 512GB SSDfrom €1500
ASUS N752VX-GC131T 17.3"1920x1080i7-6700HQGTX 950M8 GB1TB HDD + 256 GB SSD from €1300

4th

Less convincing than the predecessor: Asus N552VX-FY103T
Less convincing than the predecessor: Asus N552VX-FY103T

TThe Asus N552VX-FY103T includes everything that is required, but it delivers a short battery life of only 4:30 hours. It is the successor of the popular N551JK with the same look. The main attraction of the predecessor was the strong GTX 960M graphics, which is also used in the high-end model of the Aspire Nitro Black Edition. The predecessor came with a 45-watt Haswell CPU. Although this processor is not slow, it is no longer modern. Nevertheless, the sale of the Haswell model will go well, since the "new" GeForce 950M with only 2048 MB of DDR3 VRAM is by far not as attractive as the GeForce GTX 960M (4 GB GDDR5 of VRAM) in the N551JW. Thus, buyers have to make do with medium presets and HD resolution (1366x768), whereas Full HD was possible in the predecessor (1920x1080). Those who only want a GeForce GTX 950M, will be able get it for 699 Euros (~$742) in the Acer Aspire F15, which is currently in the 10th place.

This is a clear step backwards, with which Asus probably aimed to strengthen the position of their gaming models. Or maybe not? The Asus GL552JX in the 7th place features the same "weak" 950M + DDR3 solution. Gaming fireballs come with GDDR5 / 960M or better. Moreover, the reviewer observed throttling on battery, which has an impact on games and applications. Asus has made maintenance difficult. You cannot reach the free M.2 slot via the maintenance hatch. The same is true of the fan (cleaning).

With the Asus N552VX-FY103T, you will get a really well-made platform if you can do without Blu-ray, 4K display and frequent high-preset gaming sessions and usually use the notebook with a power adapter. The build quality is flawless and so are the display, the sound, the input devices, the performance (in mains operation), temperature, and emissions.

However, the N552VX also has many advantages. It did not achieve the 4th position without reason. You cannot complain about the performance in mains operation. The Core i7-6700HQ uses its maximum Turbo. An SSD could take the load from the HDD and improve the system performance. Prolific writers will be happy with the excellent input devices. Emissions and temperatures need not be mentioned, since they hardly exist. The display from LG Philips exceeds the class level significantly: better DeltaE deviation (out-of-the-box), high contrast, and very good brightness, which does not drop even on battery mode.

The price of 999 Euros (~$1110) is lower than that of the predecessor's, but this is alright in view of the lower GPU performance. Variants with SSD are available for a higher price, FHD is always standard.

5th

Cheap ThinkPad pioneer: Lenovo ThinkPad E570 (Core i5, GTX 950M)
Cheap ThinkPad pioneer: Lenovo ThinkPad E570 (Core i5, GTX 950M)
Best Value Award in February 2017: ThinkPad E570
Best Value Award in February 2017: ThinkPad E570

Lenovo has upgraded its cheap E series, previously sold as Edge, and has equipped it with a Kaby Lake processor and a powerful graphic card. While the GeForce GTX 950M appears slightly outdated, it gives the office laptop a graphic performance boost. Gamers should get their money's worth and benefit from the good, yet not perfect input devices at the same time.

Nevertheless, an overall purchase recommendation can be given for the E570 due to the good price-performance ratio.

There are several disadvantages ranging from the suboptimal interface layout to the almost poor quality and stability of the chassis. In addition, the CPU throttles during the stress test. However, the Turbo clock can be maintained during normal load. Thereby, the 15-inch laptop always remains cool and quiet.

Lenovo does not make any major mistakes with the screen; the limited color space can be excused in a low-cost device when the screen scores well otherwise (and it does).

The ThinkPad E570 appears misplaced in the Multimedia Top 10. Its poor look and build quality cannot keep up with other high-end aluminum laptops. Thanks to its IPS display and SSD, the Lenovo E570 is a better deal than the similarly priced Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1 (HDD, TN panel) or the more expensive Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753 (SSD, TN panel). Hence, we gave it the Best Value Award in February 2017.

6th

the gamer: Asus GL752VW
the gamer: Asus GL752VW

With the GL752VW-T4168T, Asus aims to attract gamers. The powerful GTX 960M and Intel Core i7-6700HQ combination of upscale gaming performance costs 1400 Euros (~$1579). The display is a surprise: Instead of an IPS panel, Asus uses a relatively good TN model, which can impress with high contrast, acceptable viewing angles, and great color coverage. Unfortunately, the response times of the TN display are not shorter than those of most IPS panels'. In the opinion of the tester, the use of TN technology is questionable. Both, the "smaller" N752VX and the Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition VN7-792G competitor use IPS displays with a better TFT rating (88% and 89%, respectively vs. 82%).

The advantages are the premium build quality, ports such as USB Type-C, DisplayPort, very good use of the Turbo, and the abundance of variants (1000 to 1400 Euros/~$1128 to ~$1579). The manufacturer does not list a 4K panel option.

The reasonably priced Asus GL752VW does not reveal any serious issues that would prevent us from a purchase. Case, input devices and almost all technical aspects are impressive.

Nevertheless, there are points of criticism: The speakers are not as good as they could be in a 17-inch device. The interface layout is unfriendly and the battery cannot be reached from outside (albeit it is replaceable). Currently, the Asus ROG Strix GL702VM-GC102D with GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB GDDR5) and otherwise similar configuration is available for a similar price. We are currently reviewing this model, which belongs to the gaming range thanks to its more powerful GPU.

ModelSizeTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSDPrice
ROG GL752VW-T4251T17.3"1920x1080i7-6700HQGTX 960M GDDR58 GB2 TB HDD + 256 GB SSDfrom €1400
ROG GL752VW-T4243T17.3"1920x1080i7-6700HQGTX 960M GDDR58 GB1 TB HDD + 128 GB SSDfrom €1200
ROG GL752VW-T4108D17.3"1920x1080i7-6700HQGTX 960M GDDR58 GB1 TB HDD

from €999

7th

Attention! - the display has been replaced: MSI PE60-6QE (TN) & PE60-2QE (IPS)
Attention! - the display has been replaced: MSI PE60-6QE (TN) & PE60-2QE (IPS)

Elvis lives! MSI has given its new upscale 15 and 17-inch multimedia class the showy name "Prestige" (MSI PE 60, MSI PE70). With the PE60 (see review), MSI has created a 15-inch device that delivers several features for professionals plus the full performance for work and gaming. With its GTX 960M graphics card (GDDR5!) and a 45-watt Skylake processor, the MSI PE60 can keep up with the meteorites in this chart. The CPU can use its Turbo potential excellently. The dual fan cooling system does a good job.

The current test model, the MSI PE60 6QE Prestige (Skylake, TN, FHD, matte) and the older PE60 2QE Prestige edition (Haswell, IPS, True Color 100% sRGB, FHD, matte) are on the market now. The 2QE model features the better display, at least when compared to the US test model 6QE with a TN panel. Prospective buyers should pay close attention, since the IPS model is a premium display, which also meets the professional requirements. The 2QE uses a Qualcomm Killer e2200 Ethernet card, while the 6QE does not.

The keys feature a backlight for improved legibility if working in dim environments. The keyboard features several auxiliary keys and the F1 to F12 keys are configured with primary functions by default to better cater to professional users. Typing on the keys is very comfortable. However, the touchpad is disappointing because of its cheap-looking mechanical buttons (no ClickPad).

The chassis, which lacks perfect stability and did not appear altogether elegant, is in contrast to the professional claim. The PE is by no means ugly. However, when you hold it in your hands and look closely, you will notice a simple plastic base, a wobbly hinge cover and rickety mouse buttons. The finish of the keyboard side and the lid is brushed aluminum, which appears sophisticated to the touch. The ZenBook Pro UX501VW and certainly the XPS 15 2017/1016 are significantly slimmer and more high-end. Both feature good IPS panels.

ModelSizeTFTCPUGPURAMHDD/SSDPrice
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS15.6"1920x1080 TN Chi Mei N156HGE-EALi7-6700HQGTX 960M GDDR516 GB1 TB HDD + 120 GB SSDfrom 1050 Euros
MSI PE60-2QEi581 15.6"1920x1080 IPS SAMSUNG LTN156HL01i5-4210HGTX 960M GDDR58 GB1 TB HDDfrom 1100 Euros

8th

XPS 15 alternative without 4k: Asus Zenbook UX510UW
XPS 15 alternative without 4k: Asus Zenbook UX510UW

The Asus ZenBook UX510UW-CN044T (see review) is a small 15-inch device with aluminum look, which combines high-end build quality with high processor and graphic performance. While the GeForce GTX 960M is not new, it is impressive to find it in a case with a height of only 20 mm (~0.8 in). In addition, it is still sufficient for maximum details in most current games. However, the manufacturer uses only a 15-watt processor instead of a 45-watt one in this model. Hence, power users might want to consider the UX501VW predecessor, which is on sale now. See the following table.

With the ZenBook UX510UW, Asus has a successful all-rounder with gaming qualities that even allows mobile use thanks to a good battery life in its lineup.

The reviewer praised the great IPS display, the combination of SSD and HDD for performance and storage space, the low waste heat and the Type-C port. Unfortunately, the keyboard is not state-of-the-art. It could be crisper. In addition, the base unit could have been slightly more stable.

9th

Not convincing. Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
Not convincing. Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753

Dell's Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753 (see review) can score points with a good system performance (SSD, CPU), yet not that much with a good gaming performance.

The performance is often not sufficient to handle modern games in the native resolution.

The advantages include a battery life of seven hours, the elegant (yet plain looking) chassis, and a durable keyboard. However, the display is a blunder:

However, the bad display is a real drawback and cannot meet our expectations. Dell should quickly improve this issue, because such TN panels are a thing of the past.

We cannot recommend the Inspiron 15 5000 5567 to ambitious occasional gamers due to too low gaming performance. Laptops with GTX 950 perform significantly better in this aspect and are also cheaper.

10th

Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G: unfortunatley only with TN display
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G: unfortunatley only with TN display

The concept remains unchanged: Put up-to-date hardware into a cheap chassis and neglect everything else. This is exactly what Acer's Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1 has done for a price of 699 Euros (~$742). Its core feature is an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M. However, Acer is not the only one with such an offer: For example, Medion offers the Erazer P6661 (i5-6200U, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB SSD) and HP sells the Pavilion 15-bc006ng (Core i5-6300HQ), which even features a 45-watt SoC. They both also cost about 700 Euros (~$743). The Medion and HP come with IPS panels with wide viewing angles, while the Acer F15's panel uses TN technology, which means lower contrast and modest brightness. Nonetheless, its 100% sRGB coverage is surprising. Unfortunately, it is combined with a poor DeltaE, so calibration is required.

Our editor liked the good input devices, the decent battery runtimes, the manageable system noise and the stable case. The 24-month warranty is welcomed as well. Note that a Windows license is not included with the cheap price.

With the Aspire F15, Acer has produced a notebook with a very interesting price-performance ratio. However, high temperatures under load could put off many prospective buyers.

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Measurement Results

Response Times
Response Time Grey 50% / Grey 80% (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
46 ms * ∼7%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
54 ms * ∼8%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
34 ms * ∼5%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
42 ms * ∼7%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
44.8 ms * ∼7%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
44 ms * ∼7%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
43.6 ms * ∼7%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
40 ms * ∼6%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
43 ms * ∼7%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
44 ms * ∼7%
Response Time Black / White (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
56 ms * ∼23%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
52.4 ms * ∼22%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
25 ms * ∼10%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
26 ms * ∼11%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
25.6 ms * ∼11%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
22 ms * ∼9%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
27.6 ms * ∼12%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
26 ms * ∼11%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
14 ms * ∼6%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
23 ms * ∼10%
PWM Frequency (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
0 Hz ∼0%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
0 Hz ∼0%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
0 Hz ∼0%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
0 Hz ∼0%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
0 Hz ∼0%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
1020 Hz ∼3%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
1000 Hz ∼3%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
0 Hz ∼0%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
0 Hz ∼0%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
1000 Hz ∼3%
Screen
Brightness (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
401 cd/m² ∼57%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
392 cd/m² ∼56%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
340 cd/m² ∼49%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
304 cd/m² ∼43%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
243 cd/m² ∼35%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
268 cd/m² ∼38%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
194 cd/m² ∼28%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
316 cd/m² ∼45%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
144 cd/m² ∼21%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
219 cd/m² ∼31%
Brightness Distribution (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
90 % ∼90%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
89 % ∼89%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
88 % ∼88%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
85 % ∼85%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
75 % ∼75%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
82 % ∼82%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
86 % ∼86%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
80 % ∼80%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
90 % ∼90%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
80 % ∼80%
Black Level (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
0.3 % * ∼6%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
0.26 % * ∼5%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
0.34 % * ∼7%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
0.34 % * ∼7%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
0.24 % * ∼5%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
0.25 % * ∼5%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
0.429 % * ∼9%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
0.35 % * ∼7%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
0.49 % * ∼10%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
0.48 % * ∼10%
Contrast (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
1400 :1 ∼88%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
1538 :1 ∼96%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
1041 :1 ∼65%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
988 :1 ∼62%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
1008 :1 ∼63%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
1156 :1 ∼72%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
466 :1 ∼29%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
931 :1 ∼58%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
296 :1 ∼19%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
488 :1 ∼31%
Colorchecker DeltaE2000 (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
3.33 * ∼22%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
4.9 * ∼33%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
3.56 * ∼24%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
5.26 * ∼35%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
4.65 * ∼31%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
6.49 * ∼43%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
10.63 * ∼71%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
5.49 * ∼37%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
9.27 * ∼62%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
11.8 * ∼79%
Greyscale DeltaE2000 (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
2.73 * ∼18%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
7.2 * ∼48%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
0.79 * ∼5%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
4.26 * ∼28%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
3.39 * ∼23%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
7.8 * ∼52%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
11.51 * ∼77%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
4.84 * ∼32%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
12.28 * ∼82%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
13.3 * ∼89%
Gamma (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
2.48 ∼71%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
2.11 ∼60%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
2.39 ∼68%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
2.35 ∼67%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
2.7 ∼77%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
2.6 ∼74%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
2.23 ∼64%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
2.23 ∼64%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
2.03 ∼58%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
2.47 ∼71%
CCT (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
6457 ∼646%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
6911 ∼691%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
6536 ∼654%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
6758 ∼676%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
6246 ∼625%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
8187 ∼819%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
14492 ∼1449%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
5971 ∼597%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
10732 ∼1073%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
17098 ∼1710%
Color Space (Percent of AdobeRGB 1998) (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
78.09 % ∼78%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
64.2 % ∼64%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
55 % ∼55%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
57 % ∼57%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
36.69 % ∼37%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
60 % ∼60%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
74.6 % ∼75%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
53 % ∼53%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
35 % ∼35%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
74 % ∼74%
Color Space (Percent of sRGB) (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
99.97 % ∼100%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
98.9 % ∼99%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
88 % ∼88%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
57.66 % ∼58%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
95 % ∼95%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
99.8 % ∼100%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
80 % ∼80%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
55 % ∼55%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
100 % ∼100%
Noise
Idle Minimum (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
30.3 dB * ∼61%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
31.6 dB * ∼63%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
31.5 dB * ∼63%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
33.1 dB * ∼66%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
29 dB * ∼58%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
32 dB * ∼64%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
32.4 dB * ∼65%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
31.6 dB * ∼63%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
30.6 dB * ∼61%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
32.4 dB * ∼65%
Idle Average (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
30.3 dB * ∼61%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
31.6 dB * ∼63%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
32 dB * ∼64%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
33.2 dB * ∼66%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
29 dB * ∼58%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
32 dB * ∼64%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
32.4 dB * ∼65%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
31.6 dB * ∼63%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
30.6 dB * ∼61%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
33.5 dB * ∼67%
Idle Maximum (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
30.3 dB * ∼61%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
33.4 dB * ∼67%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
33.9 dB * ∼68%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
33.2 dB * ∼66%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
29 dB * ∼58%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
32 dB * ∼64%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
35.4 dB * ∼71%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
33.4 dB * ∼67%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
30.6 dB * ∼61%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
33.5 dB * ∼67%
Load Average (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
35.1 dB * ∼70%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
47.8 dB * ∼96%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
34.6 dB * ∼69%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
37.7 dB * ∼75%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
34.3 dB * ∼69%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
43.8 dB * ∼88%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
40.5 dB * ∼81%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
41.7 dB * ∼83%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
41.9 dB * ∼84%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
35.2 dB * ∼70%
Load Maximum (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
46 dB * ∼92%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
47.8 dB * ∼96%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
41.7 dB * ∼83%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
43.4 dB * ∼87%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
40.1 dB * ∼80%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
44 dB * ∼88%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
45.3 dB * ∼91%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
44.8 dB * ∼90%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
41.8 dB * ∼84%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
38.7 dB * ∼77%
Heat
Maximum Upper Side (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
44.2 °C * ∼74%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
47.6 °C * ∼79%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
34.9 °C * ∼58%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
41.5 °C * ∼69%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
46.6 °C * ∼78%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
44.1 °C * ∼74%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
43.2 °C * ∼72%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
35.6 °C * ∼59%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
41.6 °C * ∼69%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
46.6 °C * ∼78%
Maximum Bottom (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
41.6 °C * ∼69%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
42.1 °C * ∼70%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
38.9 °C * ∼65%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
39 °C * ∼65%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
49.1 °C * ∼82%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
44.8 °C * ∼75%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
49 °C * ∼82%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
37 °C * ∼62%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
51.3 °C * ∼86%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
65.4 °C * ∼109%
Idle Upper Side (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
33.6 °C * ∼56%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
29.9 °C * ∼50%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
23.9 °C * ∼40%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
26.2 °C * ∼44%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
24.6 °C * ∼41%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
28.4 °C * ∼47%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
29.6 °C * ∼49%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
24.8 °C * ∼41%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
29.4 °C * ∼49%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
28.9 °C * ∼48%
Idle Bottom (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
31.1 °C * ∼52%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
29.8 °C * ∼50%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
24.5 °C * ∼41%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
26.4 °C * ∼44%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
25.1 °C * ∼42%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
30.9 °C * ∼52%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
29.8 °C * ∼50%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
24.1 °C * ∼40%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
32.4 °C * ∼54%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
29.8 °C * ∼50%
Battery Runtime
Reader / Idle (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
min ∼0%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
565 min ∼21%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
428 min ∼16%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
357 min ∼13%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
883 min ∼33%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
305 min ∼11%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
339 min ∼13%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
816 min ∼30%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
466 min ∼17%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
667 min ∼25%
Load (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
52 min ∼2%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
84 min ∼3%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
79 min ∼3%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
68 min ∼3%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
129 min ∼5%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
64 min ∼2%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
71 min ∼3%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
95 min ∼4%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
95 min ∼4%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
152 min ∼6%
WiFi (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
min ∼0%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
min ∼0%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
min ∼0%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
min ∼0%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
min ∼0%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
min ∼0%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
min ∼0%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
min ∼0%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
min ∼0%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
min ∼0%
WiFi v1.3 (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
619 min ∼23%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
334 min ∼12%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
237 min ∼9%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
268 min ∼10%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
462 min ∼17%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
182 min ∼7%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
178 min ∼7%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
430 min ∼16%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
417 min ∼15%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
386 min ∼14%
Power Consumption
Idle Minimum (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
3 Watt * ∼3%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
6.6 Watt * ∼7%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
7 Watt * ∼7%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
7 Watt * ∼7%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
2.8 Watt * ∼3%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
14.5 Watt * ∼15%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
9.7 Watt * ∼10%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
5 Watt * ∼5%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
4 Watt * ∼4%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
8.3 Watt * ∼8%
Idle Average (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
9.9 Watt * ∼10%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
9 Watt * ∼9%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
12.8 Watt * ∼13%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
10.9 Watt * ∼11%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
6.3 Watt * ∼6%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
19.3 Watt * ∼19%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
13.1 Watt * ∼13%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
8.9 Watt * ∼9%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
5.4 Watt * ∼5%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
12.1 Watt * ∼12%
Idle Maximum (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
12.5 Watt * ∼13%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
10.7 Watt * ∼11%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
15.2 Watt * ∼15%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
12.9 Watt * ∼13%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
6.9 Watt * ∼7%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
19.5 Watt * ∼20%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
23.2 Watt * ∼23%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
11.8 Watt * ∼12%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
8.3 Watt * ∼8%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
15.4 Watt * ∼15%
Load Average (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
70.6 Watt * ∼20%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
77.5 Watt * ∼22%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
80 Watt * ∼23%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
72 Watt * ∼21%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
51.6 Watt * ∼15%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
78 Watt * ∼22%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
79.1 Watt * ∼23%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
55 Watt * ∼16%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
54 Watt * ∼15%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
56 Watt * ∼16%
Load Maximum (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
90.8 Watt * ∼26%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
130 Watt * ∼37%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
108 Watt * ∼31%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
109 Watt * ∼31%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
69.7 Watt * ∼20%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
100 Watt * ∼29%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
122.9 Watt * ∼35%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
93 Watt * ∼27%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
55.4 Watt * ∼16%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
70 Watt * ∼20%

* ... smaller is better

Benchmarks

3DMark 11 - 1280x720 Performance (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
6963 Points ∼24%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
7504 Points ∼26%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
4596 Points ∼16%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
4579 Points ∼16%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
4255 Points ∼15%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
5327 Points ∼19%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
5774 Points ∼20%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
4732 Points ∼16%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
2422 Points ∼8%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
4154 Points ∼14%
3DMark
1920x1080 Fire Strike Score (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
4104 Points ∼18%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
5458 Points ∼23%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
2866 Points ∼12%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
2917 Points ∼12%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
3244 Points ∼14%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
3913 Points ∼17%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
4088 Points ∼17%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
3651 Points ∼16%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
1455 Points ∼6%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
3181 Points ∼14%
1280x720 Ice Storm Standard Score (sort by value)
Asus N752VX-GC131T
62475 Points ∼32%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
58288 Points ∼29%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
85812 Points ∼43%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
47117 Points ∼24%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
44716 Points ∼23%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
41669 Points ∼21%
PCMark 7 - Score (sort by value)
Asus N752VX-GC131T
5268 Points ∼65%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
4714 Points ∼59%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
5544 Points ∼69%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
4986 Points ∼62%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
5650 Points ∼70%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
3021 Points ∼38%
PCMark 8 - Home Score Accelerated v2 (sort by value)
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460)
4066 Points ∼68%
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD)
3659 Points ∼61%
Asus N752VX-GC131T
3480 Points ∼58%
Asus N552VX-FY103T
3452 Points ∼58%
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000
3550 Points ∼59%
Asus GL752VW-T4168T
3434 Points ∼57%
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS
3766 Points ∼63%
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T
3370 Points ∼56%
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753
3978 Points ∼67%
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1
3390 Points ∼57%

Legend

 
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2016 (2.9 GHz, 460) Intel Core i7-6920HQ, AMD Radeon Pro 460, Apple SSD SM1024L
 
Dell XPS 15 2017 9560 (7300HQ, Full-HD) Intel Core i5-7300HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (Notebook), WDC WD10SPCX-75KHST0 + SanDisk Z400s M.2 2242 32 GB Cache
 
Asus N752VX-GC131T Intel Core i7-6700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M, Lite-On CV1-8B256
 
Asus N552VX-FY103T Intel Core i7-6700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M, Toshiba MQ02ABD100H
 
Lenovo ThinkPad E570-20H6S00000 Intel Core i5-7200U, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M, Toshiba THNSF5256GPUK
 
Asus GL752VW-T4168T Intel Core i7-6700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, Micron M600 MTFDDAV256MBF mSATA
 
MSI PE60 6QE-056XUS Intel Core i7-6700HQ, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, Intel SSD 535 SSDSCKJW120H6
 
Asus Zenbook UX510UW-CN044T Intel Core i7-6500U, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M, SanDisk SD8SNAT256G1002
 
Dell Inspiron 15 5000 5567-1753 Intel Core i7-7500U, AMD Radeon R7 M445, SanDisk X400 SED 256GB, SATA (SD8TB8U-256G)
 
Acer Aspire F15 F5-573G-53V1 Intel Core i5-6200U, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M, WDC Scorpio Blue WD10JPVX-22JC3T0

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