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Hello, I found I am 5 years old and I am debating whether it is worthwhile for studies, I would love to receive feedback, thanks
This specification:
Processor: i5 5th generation

Memory: GB 8
Hard Disk: 256 GB SSD
Company and model: LENOVO THINKPED

Battery: Dual (internal and external)
Operating system: WIN 10 PRO
OFFICE 2019

original charger

Price: 1350 NIS.

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Here, I answer ....

Just for your information, according to the rules of the forum, do not skip a discussion before 24 hours have passed.

 

To the point -

Yes, for net studies - worth it.

With this amount you will not buy anything better.

Just check the condition of his batteries.

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I mean I found Refurbished at the same price so maybe it's better than used.
In addition to the fact that the laptop lasted 5 years, I do not know if it will hold another 5 years for it to be worth investing in it or it is better to invest in a newer computer that is more likely to remain without problems.
This is the deliberation 

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A refurbished computer is also a used computer ....

 

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In addition to the fact that the laptop lasted 5 years, I do not know if it will hold another 5 years for it to be worth investing in it or it is better to invest in a newer computer that is more likely to remain without problems.

 

It very much depends on what you buy in both cases, ie what is old / used and what is new.

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You recommend it more than Mobile New?

 

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If it's worth adding more money and buying a more reliable computer over time, on the face of it it's better not?

 

Look.

Not everything in life is 2X2, sometimes things are a little more complex.

In short, it's all a matter of need and budget.

You asked if the mobile is enough for school - so the answer is still yes.

Clearly there are better ones out there that cost more than him.

Everything according to what you want to invest and what it takes to accomplish what you need.

Add money for New ? Some ? Where will it end?

Make no mistake, when necessary, I say you have to increase your budget.

I'm not at all sure this is the case here.

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