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Don't buy an external graphics card – just build a PC or get a gaming laptop, seriously

More and more we're seeing thin and light laptops and Ultrabooks that are being marketed as both gaming and productivity machines, on the promise that you can attach external graphics to boost power when you need it at home. 

The sales pitch is this: you can have a thin and light Ultrabook like the Lenovo Yoga C940 – which we used for testing – and connect an EGPU via Thunderbolt 3 to turn it into a gaming or productivity device at home. The idea is that you'll be able to leverage the power of a full desktop graphics card like an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 in apps like Adobe Premiere or in games, without having to settle for a bulkier gaming laptop. 

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