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Will laptop prices drop in the next 2 or 3 months?

Also, does anybody know when would possibly a new generation of laptops arrive?
I need a laptop for university before the end of summer.
When would be the the best time to buy a laptop in this period of time.
Sorry for my english.
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  1. Especially i am interested in gaming laptops like ASUS ROG GL552VW
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    Early summer is the best time coming up (no later than week 1 or 2 of July), as channel clearance going into the 'back to school' shopping season is being geared up for.

    A best deal without any real compromises to performance would be to look for a Haswell variant though, then just upgrade to an SSD if necessary (always a good idea to clean install the OS on these typically bloatware-laden laptops off the shelf at first use anyway).

    DDR4 and Skylake in and of themselves are not a huge boost, but battery life is improved. If saving a few hundred dollars for a bit less battery life doesn't bother you though, then a 4720HQ based laptop would be a good way to go.
  3. If you're looking to save money look for refrubs. You can get Haswell gen stuff for several hundred off the original price.
  4. Geekwad said:
    Early summer is the best time coming up (no later than week 1 or 2 of July), as channel clearance going into the 'back to school' shopping season is being geared up for.

    A best deal without any real compromises to performance would be to look for a Haswell variant though, then just upgrade to an SSD if necessary (always a good idea to clean install the OS on these typically bloatware-laden laptops off the shelf at first use anyway).

    DDR4 and Skylake in and of themselves are not a huge boost, but battery life is improved. If saving a few hundred dollars for a bit less battery life doesn't bother you though, then a 4720HQ based laptop would be a good way to go.


    Is it possible that the prices will raise until July, because now I could get a laptop for a good price.
  5. For Haswell based tech, probably not, but for Skylake it is a possibility. Just like going into black Friday, retailers often will raise prices by (slowly) going into a 'sale' season, to discount it.

    If you can get what you want now for a good price, then may as well.
  6. Geekwad said:
    For Haswell based tech, probably not, but for Skylake it is a possibility. Just like going into black Friday, retailers often will raise prices by (slowly) going into a 'sale' season, to discount it.

    If you can get what you want now for a good price, then may as well.


    Thank you.
    I think I'm going to buy this laptop: ASUS ROG GL552VW
    6700HQ
    8GB DDR4 2133MHz
    1000 GB SATA 7200rpm
    15.6" FULL HD
    GTX 960M 4GB
    For around 1050$
    I wanted a 17" but I think I can live without that.
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