8GB vs 4 GB RAM (For 2-in-1)

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    I hear you on that. I should say that my main focus is typically to have MS Office and a handful of websites open maybe. The streaming isn't so important for this computer.

    Awesome input though; stuff to keep in mind for sure.
     
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    ebay has buyer protection. If you get something that doesn't work from ebay, you can request a return even if the seller says no returns, even if it's used, ebay has a guarantee.

    But when you buy something new on there, you can trust the seller 99% of the time. Check their feedback.
     
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    Every computer made today kicks ass.

    Don't worry about it.
     
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    I am willing to pay more if I have to, but it's about..


    What do you need it for? I used to be like that, buying the best computer around. And I realized I didn't need it
     
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    Yea, back when computers were higher priced, I spent about $2500 on a laptop when I could've got by on a third of that. At the same time I bought a desktop for about $2,000 (overspent on that, but it lasted about twelve or thirteen years, so that one wasn't so bad at all).

    I don't need fancy in a nutshell. But I don't want long load times for general net use and simple program use either.
     
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    I wouldn't buy anything new without 8gb of memory but thats just my opinion. Shame memory price has doubled the last few years.
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    You should of been around when my first apple was 5 grand ..i always tried to get the best and fastest.

    Now I figure it's a waste of money a cheap $100 dollar phone works for me and what I need


    And now that I figured out I can get Wi-Fi almost everywhere..
     
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    Get 8gb and an SSD and be done with it.
     
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    But two months from now when it becomes obsolete ..

    He could of gone to Tahiti with part of the money..
     
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    True... that would be fast and enough for any home computer.
     

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