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Both are a bit OP for studying informatics (I use an upgraded hp probook 650 g1). If you can get an Asus VivoBook 15 with an intel core i5 and 16GB of ram, that will be more than enough. Most times, you don't need a fast gpu, but a decent cpu, ssd and RAM are needed, and thats what that laptop has. A low price is also good for students, and this one costs ...


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I think you can use this one from amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Adapter-Monitor-Display-Docking-Charging/dp/B08BYJYC5K According to the description, it supports extending your desktop over USB-c, but it only works if you have thunderbolt or DP alt mode on both of your laptops. Your monitors need both displayport and hdmi for it to work properly, because ...


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I like option 3 most, but use one from a brand you or a popular reviewer trusts. The Lenovo Ideapad 3 with the Ryzen 7 5700U looks good, and it natively supports .NET Framework, .NET Core and .NET 5, although it only supports up to 16GB of RAM. (which is enough from my experience, I have an HP Probook with 16GB of RAM)


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