MSI Laptop Modern 14 A10RAS-1031 Intel Core i5 10th Gen 10210U (1.60 GHz) 8 GB Memory 512 GB NVMe SSD NVIDIA GeForce MX330 14.0″ Windows 10 Pro 64-bit MSI

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MSI Laptop Modern 14 A10RAS-1031 Intel Core i5 10th Gen 10210U (1.60 GHz) 8 GB Memory 512 GB NVMe SSD NVIDIA GeForce MX330 14.0" Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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Pros: Thin, light, good screen, Nvidia GPU, 10th gen i5 CPU Cons: Trackpad is small, chassis has some flex to it, webcam is at the bottom of screen Overall Review: This laptop is great, I got it because I wanted something small and light that also has a dedicated graphics card. It’s the cheapest 14” 1080p laptop I could find that has a dedicated GPU, a decent CPU, and 8GB of RAM. In addition, it has a 500gb ssd and a good WiFi card. The chassis is not as rigid as a Dell XPS or a MacBook but it’s good enough for me, it’s made out of aluminum panels which are sturdy enough and also lightweight. The keyboard is not as good as a ThinkPad but it’s good enough. The trackpad is a bit too small for me but it’s pretty accurate and Windows gestures work smoothly. So far, I’ve used this laptop for work and I usually have Firefox, office apps, and a Remote Desktop going at the same time and the RAM is plenty and the cpu is fast. For gaming I’ve been playing Civ VI on medium graphic settings at 1080p and it work great. I might update this review as I use the laptop more and test more games.
Pros: Light, powerful cpu and well built. Quality product. Cons: Integrated you 2Gig vram. Storage capacity is limited. Overall Review: Great purchase for everyday user and business travel. Would recommend for anyone that needs a laptop for lights usage. Not recommended for graphic design or programming.
Overall Review: Have owned for a little less than a year. Generally works great, but network card started working intermittently a few months ago. It was super frustrating. It got worse and worse, and eventually got bad enough I finally purchased a little USB network card instead. Much slower wifi speeds, but at least it works.


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