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depends on the laptop....and dedicated graphics card.
Ram is upgradable, however a gpu on a laptop is not, also with a gpu expect more heat.
Lenovo is considered at the top of reliability currently, Asus only a few notces down, Lenovo generally are thicker............it would be hard to be honest. I don't even own a laptop loool
Depends, if I actually needed a laptop, and had the same specs, I would lean for the Asus as they are lighter and better looking, but on price probably lean towards Lenovo.
Good to hear.. I am from Kerala.. And which part of the country are you originally from?
About my application procedures, I just got my ATAS two days back but am waiting for my CAS (which was delayed because I could not submit my Degree Certificate scan copy on time) . After CAS, I still have got my Visa Application to process and tickets to get.. Only then am I all set.. But, in the meantime, I am preparing for the shift..
I have a job which I have not quit yet. So, its keeping me tied down..
And about the accommodation, I still am not sure where I am going to be put up because, I still have not got any offers from the Accommodation Desk (which I think is getting delayed because the CAS is getting delayed) . Anyways, if I get any offers from the Accommodation Portal, I sure am going to accept that because, considering the options, I think the University Halls would be the best..
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- Hey guys,
I'm a Canadian student, headed to the UK for my masters.
I will be starting my MSc in Computational Fluid Dynamics at Cranfield in September 2012.
Anyone headed to Cranfield, give a shout out!
- Academic Info
- Ryerson University, Toronto
Bachelors of Engineering - Aerospace
Music: House, Electro, techno/trance, dubstep, reggae, soca, hip hop, RnB
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