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Master Geek

Topic # 9213 30-Aug-2006 10:15
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Or wait till Intel release their new CPUs and Vista.... or get a mac.... all i want is for a laptop to be light and able to browse the net..... store photos and maybe watch dvds....

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  Reply # 44998 30-Aug-2006 11:02
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For what you want it for any of todays core duo laptops will do the trick and most if not all are Vista capable if you want to upgrade the OS later.

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  Reply # 45099 31-Aug-2006 18:43
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Yep i got me one of these + another 512ram and it does the trick. Has all the bells and whistles and is windows Vista Capable.

Came with free HP Printer/Scanner/Copier thing aswell.

Very impressed with my first laptop purchase.

Was a better option than goin for the cheaper Tosiba M100 that i originally planned on getting.

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