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  1. I got some scholarship money burning a hole in my soul... I'm going to school, and I want an ultrabook for class & CAD. Small and portable for everyday use, but I really have allot of demanding programs (Dragon, AutoDesk Suite, Design X, Solidworks, MatLab), and performance is top priority. Dell Precision 5510 (5520 just came out with Kaby Lake and new Quadro): comes with Xeon and is nice size, but still pretty heavy. I'm worried about durability with life on the road. Definitely the most sexy machine. I would also consider the XPS 15, but I've always steered towards workstations. Lenovo P50s: I love the size and feel of this Thinkpad, but it only comes with crappy chipsets. I really want more power. Lenovo P50: I know I would not be disappointed by this rig. An amazing line of machines has brought us to this refined but rugged machine. Its is a only a little sexier than your average grandmother, though, and heavy. The power brick is obscene. (I have a W530 it will replace) I was really really hoping Lenovo was going to come out with a GPU equipped X1 Carbon variant at CES, but alas, it was not to be. Dell came out with a more awesome 5520, so I'm leaning that way.:geek:
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