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Topic # 6875 1-Mar-2006 21:49
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Hi,
I am looking to upgrade my notebook to one with the following minimum specs:

P4 1.6 G/hz, 60Gb HDD, 15.4" Vid, DVD RW CD RW, 512 M/b RAM, 2 USB ports, 802.11b/g. I have a budget of around $1500. The best deal I've found so far is an Acer Aspire 1641WLMi on this website: http://www.dse.co.nz/cgi-bin/dse.storefront/4404e0a20a2ffdd2273fc0a87f99070f/Product/View/XC3685P

I just missed on a 2 1/2 yr old P4 2.8 HP 9110 tonight because I thought it was too good to be true and went for $1110.

Can I get any better deal for that kind of money in NZ right now? I don't mind if it isn't brand new but it must have those specs as a minimum and the 802.11g is very important because I'll be wireless networking with it.

Appreciate any advice.

Thanks,
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  Reply # 29622 2-Mar-2006 08:12
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You can always add a WiFi PCMCIA card to a laptop if it doesnt have it built in. They are cheap - and work well.




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  Reply # 30785 15-Mar-2006 19:30
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Acer aspire 3614 offers exceptional value for the $$$

upgrade the ram yourself to save a few bucks and you've got a great low cost business /soho machine.


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