I agree with the laptop / desktop combo. If you're going to have a laptop then you may as well just get something standard for the laptop. Unless you travel a lot (and I mean a lot), you will severely neglect the laptop and becomes a very expensive paper weight that doesn't really do anything.
Also extremely disappointing that you choose a more expensive laptop because it has Windows 7 vs Windows 8 instead of just buying Windows 7 to replace over (which even the retail version will cost significantly less than the other laptop).
Additionally it gives you the CPU model. You seriously could not research it based on that? I found this the first link on searching: Link
Outside of hardware customization, I really question your decision making when getting components and systems.