Hello! I am going to buy a new laptop next month and I don't know much about specs.?

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What can you say about this? I don't know much about specs. Is it good for gaming??
Thank You Very Much for answering in advance! 🙂

Processor
6th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-6200U Processor (3MB Cache, up to 2.80 GHz)

Memory
4GB Single Channel DDR3L 1600MHz (4GBx1)

Hard Drive
500GB 5400 rpm SATA Hard

What can you say about this? I don't know much about specs. Is it good for gaming??
Thank You Very Much for answering in advance! 🙂

Processor
6th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-6200U Processor (3MB Cache, up to 2.80 GHz)

Memory
4GB Single Channel DDR3L 1600MHz (4GBx1)

Hard Drive
500GB 5400 rpm SATA Hard Drive

Video CardHelp
AMD Radeon™ R5 M315 2GB DDR3
Hello! I am going to buy a new laptop next month and I don't know much about specs.

Other answer:

Michkaela C:
Average specs at best. Underppwered processor designed for battery life not performance. Low on RAM. Small hard drive. Average video card. Fine for surfing the net, business apps (like Word), streaming and doing Facebook. Underpowered for gaming. If you want a gaming PC, go with a desktop. Laptops are not deisgned for gaming. You will get double the power for the same price.
Stallion V8:
Seems like an average laptop. If you are mainly using it for light productivity and web/media consumption you will be just fine. You could do light gaming, but if that is your focus, look elsewhere. Honestly the only thing I would consider a must have is changing the hard drive for a solid state drive (HDD vs SSD) They cost a premium, but for general use, it makes your computer very snappy.
n/a:
So why are you buying it if you know nothing about the specs?
It could be total shyt and anyone could tell you it's the god of computers and you wouldn't know the difference
Yousuf Khan:
No, that is not a gaming laptop, though it might be able to play games from about 10 years ago.
domsterpotato1:
That's pretty terrible if you want to play games
Undisclosed:
"U" on an Intel processor means "underpowered". In other words, they lower the core voltage and nerf performance in favor of battery life. That line is terrible for gaming.

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