Which will advise a laptop for coding office\uni?

Good time of day. Decided to buy a laptop with a term >5 years. The house has a average PC i7 3770\8GB\GTX 670. You need a laptop for coding outside the home, such as summer internships in Studio and coding in uni\on the street. The laptop is important to me:
● powerful Intel i5\i7
● RAM >6GB
● good screen be a movie to watch
● high autonomy
● the lack of a discrete video card
● the presence of a digital keyboard
* no DVD drive
● light weight, compact size and decent appearance

Budget 60-90k.

On the laptop you plan to use Linux\Ubuntu. Windows immediately after the purchase will be erased.

Searching laptops have found some more or less suitable I options:

LENOVO ThinkPad X1 Carbon
+ the big operating time from the battery
+ processor
+ appearance
- no number pad

ASUS Zenbook UX303LB
+ processor
+ very nice appearance and compact
- too compact 13 inch was not enough for comfortable work
- RAM and SSD will have to buy better

+ CPU\RAM (just enough out of the box)
+ 4K for movies
+ More-less compact (thickness 21mm)
+ High autonomy
- It is not clear what is the matrix and found information (say ips is better for the eyes, and then XS is at 4K)

I think capacities for the use of these laptops will be enough to cheer, and if not enough you can a stationary PC to add capacity remotely and compile (if at all can be done). What would you recommend to choose, or offer some sort of better option. I myself lean more to the ASUS K501UX.
July 8th 19 at 15:39
3 answers
July 8th 19 at 15:41
Under these requirements better suited Macbook Air i5 8Gb 128Gb 2016. He's getting fierce now worth around 75,000 rubles. Especially if Windows is not needed, here is the best option. The Assembly is higher on the head than the competitors, the battery holds 10-12 hours real and not just if everything is off and set the brightness to minimum. There is a very fast SSD drive, faster than any that can be bought in the form factor 2.5". OS X contains all the necessary in the work of bun Linux, but has many additional features that make the job very easy. Keyboard and trackpad perfect. Mouse is not needed. The only disadvantage is the screen not a fountain. But he's still competitive, the market is in worse at the same price. Retina is not advised, although there is the screen much better by allowing it consumes much more resources and in the end, is slower than Air, there for the comfort of really need 16GB of RAM, ie, the cheapest configuration is not necessary. It makes sense, when there is an opportunity to take a top. 13" many people think small, but we have half of colleagues working on such diagonal years without problems. 15" not particularly shabby with you, this is just to showcase the difference seems not great, will not wear comfortable.
Perhaps it makes sense to consider the asus zenbook ux305fa as a budget alternative to Mac.
He, too, now I look at the laptop and while stopped on these two variants(air or zenbook).
Have senboku its advantages compared with air(the percent energy efficient, quiet operation, dimensions). But Air is still more credible... I Think if you look into the future, then in the details it will manifest itself much better, the Chinese probably will occur in different joints, as is usually the case... But again, the 25K difference in price, makes us seriously question the choice. What do you think? ) - nikita.Stracke commented on July 8th 19 at 15:44
: this is a different class vehicles. The ASUS wins only the matrix, all de Air she's already outdated. For all other parameters of Air will be far ahead. It includes the fan only on a really difficult task if you don't compile often, or play in 3D, then you will not hear it. On the ASUS there is no backlight for the upgrade - very convenient. The whole Assembly is noticeably different: the loop, the quality of the metal. The ASUS entirely strangled the processor, it will make itself felt. And a big difference in the price is only for model with 4GB of memory (not expandable), which is generally about. And the 8GB model is already about 70K, the price of Air at 75-76K, these are not competing devices. - Price_Langosh commented on July 8th 19 at 15:47
: I bought so asus k501ux and handed back TC the noisy infection was and began looking for something quiet to fit their needs and decided to accept the purchase of the MacBook. Would like to know from you how this MacBook will pull intellij idea. And I understand you talked about this MacBook www.apple.com/ru/shop/buy-mac/macbook-air?product=... ? - danyka.Goyette commented on July 8th 19 at 15:50
: Yes it is. In retail it can be cheaper to find than the official website. Here's an example: www.mvideo.ru/products/noutbuk-apple-macbook-air-1... I Have a 2013 model with a Core i7, but there it trimmed, so the big difference with the i5 not. All that is needed for the development of web and mobile apps works including Idea. - Price_Langosh commented on July 8th 19 at 15:53
: I wonder why it is cheaper than of the apple website? - danyka.Goyette commented on July 8th 19 at 15:56
: From the opening of the online store so. the iPhone is also cheaper in large networks. All purchases made in a Coherent and M. Video, is cheaper. - Price_Langosh commented on July 8th 19 at 15:59
July 8th 19 at 15:43
Take MAC
July 8th 19 at 15:45
I natuk is , the percent of turd , RAM 512мгб was ustanovil so many different versions of linux is better than xp but it is not one system didn't work ! So it is 2 of the local server, and also notepad++ and atom feeds , watch movies and visit the Internet , and other i7 is a gaming machine and not for coding , especially for linux , if you of course KDE will use
512мгб - IDE will lag, 8 gigs is necessary for normal operation. i7 can not take it, i5 will be enough - nikita.Stracke commented on July 8th 19 at 15:48
: me personally , IDE is not needed , a normal open server + brackets or notepad++ (for windows) or to collect the local server + atom(for linux) and IDE are not needed at all - Price_Langosh commented on July 8th 19 at 15:51

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