January 10th, 2007, 10:34 PM #1
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I need a Laptop without compromise!
Thats about sweet me . Now help me in this, What should i expect in a Laptop for the best result? And suggest a good model.
My budget is aprrox. $2900 (around INR 1,25,000)
January 10th, 2007, 11:20 PM #2
I suggest going to the Dell.com website and specing out something within your price range to get an idea of what you'd get for $2900.
The Dell XPS models are their high-end models.
January 11th, 2007, 06:39 PM #3
There's no such thing as a laptop without compromises. Light, Powerful, Long Runtime. Pick any two.
My $0.02: If you cannot compromise, then you should get two laptops. One for travelling which is very light and maybe has a long runtime, at least long enough for a cross country flight. The other laptop would be more of a desktop workstation replacement. It's gonna have a big screen, dual core CPU, lots of RAM and HDD space, and a kick ass GPU. It's also gonna dislocate your shoulder if actually try to carry one around in an airport for a few hours.
If you're limited to only one laptop, then a good compromise would be the upper level DELL XPS models, like the M1710
January 11th, 2007, 06:50 PM #4
I personally have a Dell Inspiron E1705 which is a 17" widescreen. I got it with a Core Duo (Core 2 weren't out yet) and a gig of ram, 100 gig hard drive, and a GeForce Go 7800. I also got the upgraded sound card as well as the extra bright screen and extra long battery. Overall I am absolutely thrilled with the computer and it handles all my 3d AutoCAD with ease as well as any game I throw at it. With your budged you can easily get a great desktop replacement, but remember that the better it is, the heavier it will be (mine is listed at over 8 lbs).I don't like signatures.
January 11th, 2007, 06:56 PM #5
If you plan on gamming or autocad
I just bought a Asus G1 for $1800.
Asus has One of the best, if not the best in laptop design and build.
Mine has Core 2 Duo 7200 / nVIDIA 7700 with 512mb built in (non hypermemory junk) / 2 GB of PC2 5300/ 160gb HD/ Wifi with Bluethooth.
15.4" Nice screen one of the nicest ive seen.
It comes with a 8 cell battery which gets me 3 hours on surfing.
There is a link on my signature, give it a look.
If not a G! look at other Asus laptops because there quality is great and a 2 year global warrenty.
January 11th, 2007, 07:16 PM #6
My experience is that Sony Vaios have much better screens (and build in general) than their Dell equivalents, although they are more expensive.
January 11th, 2007, 07:57 PM #7
Now that some notebook hard drives have perpendicular recording, you can find them of decent size but still much less than a desktop drive. unless you're willing to tote a 3.5" portable drive, that will be a compromise for a good while... And theyare likely to always be slower as they are designed to conserve power.
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January 11th, 2007, 08:28 PM #8
My top list of laptops are as follows.
1. Asus ( Because of the value, High performance parts, and the warrenty.)
2. Sony ( Slim, light models available, and the screen is nice)
Anything else is tied up.
I think overall that Asus gives you a lot more for what you pay for than Sony.
Notebookreview.com is a very nice site to look and there is a great forum where people post self reviews.
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