Today's computers selling in the new market are packed with tons of amazing features you are paying a premium for. How many of those features you really need ? We always compare processor computing power as a hobby and you know what ? The computer power of the first generation Core i5 is only 50% less powerful than the 6th generation counterpart. Well you may argue 50% slower that's a crime. But if I tell you a first generation i5 computer is only 1/5 of the new counterpart in the price tag yet it delivers the power 95% of the buyer cannot even fully utilized ? This is equal to giving an averge daily commuter the latest model of Ferrari while the main use of the car is to go from point A to B strictly follows the speed limit. As a smart buyer, you pay more for the "more" you do not need or smartly spend your money for exactly what you need ?