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Assuming the same specifications, 11th gen I7-1165, 32 gig RAM, etc., what is the difference between a Pavillion, Envy and Spectre, X360 laptop?

 

I am given to the impression that the Iris Xe video graphics are comparable to most of the entry level discrete graphics cards with 2 to 4 gig of RAM. Is this true?

 

What is preferable and why, a laptop with a NVMe M.2 SSD, or a standard SSD with 16 or 32 gigs of Optane?

 

Thank you

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@wazwiz 

 

They have different price ranges due to different build quality. Cheapest are Pavilions, next are the Envies and the top ones are Spectre.

 

Let's say this way: Specter is Gold, Envy is Silver and Pavilion is Copper or Tin

 

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BH
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