The first model, priced at $1,599, packs Intel's 7th-generation Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage. The other doubles the RAM and storage while also upgrading the processor to a Core i7 chip for $1,999. Otherwise, the two are the same with a 15.6-inch 4K display and NVIDIA GTX 1050 graphics. And if security is at the top of your list of wants, these models both sport a built-in fingerprint reader — an option that we haven't always seen at other retailers.
If Best Buy is your store of choice, you can grab these models online now. And if you're still undecided, check out our review for our full impressions of the machine.
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