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#62711 13-Jun-2010 13:13
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Hi there!
Im looking to purchase my first laptop for gamine and everything else as i will be going to Japan at the end of the year for a working holiday and want to take all my games and stuff with me.
At first i was looking at getting the M11x with the i5 prosessor which is $2200, just in my price range. then someone told me to look at "pbtech.co.nz" where i found this HP DV6-3037tx, at only $1500. Both systems seem equally capable of what i want to do but the M11x is far more portable and just looks awesome. I was trying to find some reviews for the HP but appareantly there are none.  Does anyone out there know what one performs like?

This is my first time posting too (^_^)v

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  #341235 13-Jun-2010 15:08
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The main thing I would recommend would be a bigger screen, unless you have awesome eyesight a smaller screen will definately hurt to look at for any length of time.

Alienware laptops are awesome, and they perform great, but you do pay a bit more for them.

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