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# 66482 19-Aug-2010 22:46
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Check out what i brought today please tell me what you think.

http://www.dse.co.nz/dse.shop/4c6d0c23028bd88e273fc0a87f3b06e9/Product/View/XC8845WEB 

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  # 370053 19-Aug-2010 22:55
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laptop has the features you'd expect from a sub $1000 model.




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  # 370056 19-Aug-2010 22:59
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Damager: laptop has the features you'd expect from a sub $1000 model.

oh come on man be positive  

 
 
 
 


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  # 370060 19-Aug-2010 23:05

Personally I would have gone for the intel processor such as the i3, as I think the performance is way better. ALso has all that preloaded bloatware you have to uninstall. I personally only buy PCs that come with the full operating system disk. Toshiba though are a good brand, but it is a low spec PC. There was a nice one DSE were selling for about 1100 that looked very nice for the price.

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  # 370064 19-Aug-2010 23:14
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Damager: laptop has the features you'd expect from a sub $1000 model.


I didnt realise I was being negative! Smile 

And as i mentioned before, for the price, it has the features expected on a sub $1000 model. It's by no means a gaming powerhouse, and at the same time, it's not a dud. It's a good priced model with specs suitable for daily general usage, emails, surfing, ms word, excel etc.

Also, welcome to GZ, don't forget to post a hello in the Intros section with a quick bio :-) 




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  # 370067 19-Aug-2010 23:18
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Damager:
Damager: laptop has the features you'd expect from a sub $1000 model.


I didnt realise I was being negative! Smile 

And as i mentioned before, for the price, it has the features expected on a sub $1000 model. It's by no means a gaming powerhouse, and at the same time, it's not a dud. It's a good priced model with specs suitable for daily general usage, emails, surfing, ms word, excel etc.

Also, welcome to GZ, don't forget to post a hello in the Intros section with a quick bio :-) 


Also please don't forget to pass go and collect your $200 




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  # 370109 20-Aug-2010 01:46
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XtPower: Check out what i brought today please tell me what you think.


http://www.dse.co.nz/dse.shop/4c6d0c23028bd88e273fc0a87f3b06e9/Product/View/XC8845WEB 


 

Great laptop, enjoy!







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  # 370175 20-Aug-2010 08:43
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nakedmolerat:
XtPower: Check out what i brought today please tell me what you think.


http://www.dse.co.nz/dse.shop/4c6d0c23028bd88e273fc0a87f3b06e9/Product/View/XC8845WEB 


 

Great laptop, enjoy!

Thank you Sir 

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