I have around £1300 (max) to spend on a laptop, to replace my ageing desktop PC. I really could do with something portable, but still want a reasonably powerful machine - may play the occasional game on it.15.4 in display, 100+Gb hard drive, 2Gb ram, decent graphics processor, Vista...any ideas...?
Toshiba, built well & reliable.
ta - I had a look at Toshiba - however they seem to specialise in smaller screen laptops, at very high prices - maybe I was just looking in the wrong place though :-)anyway, as is always the case, I've stretched my budget a bit more than intendedI'm thinking about these three:Novatech - Blazer T7200click hereRock - Xtreme CTX Pro (T72)click hereEvesham - Voyager C720DCclick hereany opinions? Novatech looked quite close to Rock, who seem to be well respected - then I noticed you need to pay £80 extra as soon as you're on the 'customise' screen, for the Vista OS....
click hereworth considering perhaps
tinyurl.com eh?no thanks, I don't think I will click on that, if it's all the same with you. how much are you getting paid per hit? Whatever it is, im not adding to it ;-)
Should have come out as a Click here for this long URL for Samsung Laptop. Nothing suspicious!!click here
Have a read at click here.
Don't be daft - tinyurl is an excellent thing and completely safe. It takes a stupidly long url and creates a short one.
Toshiba.Well built, sturdy, reliable and 1st class customer service and support.
Yeah, I thought so too. Only thing was, you couldn't customise it at all - I was after the WUXGA 1900 screen resolution, which the Rock/novatech have.Also, is it really worthwhile adding an extra Gig memory (2Gb)?I'm not sure how resource hungry Vista is! ;-)And I've heard there are problems with NVidia drivers and the Vista OS.
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