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whatmynameis

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Hi I知 new to the form and in need for someone to point me in the right direction. I have been looking for a new laptop for sometime now but every internet site has there different opinion of what laptop is the best in my price range. I知 looking for around a 15.4 inch monitor that痴 more all purpose than anything. I知 not a gamer I知 just looking for a laptop that seems to be one step above the competition. I would like to spend $600-900. Is there anyone out there that can help me?
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The Dell Studio 15 laptop is a great laptop and it sets itself above other laptops in it class. http://www.dell.com/...u...=lthp&s=dhs . Select the preconfigured one that is $849 and you will get one amazing laptop. It comes with a great processor that is really fast and very powerful which is great for multimedia, gaming, and productivity. It comes with 3GB of DDR2 ram which is great, it's will make your system run fast, and most other laptops in its class come standard with 2GB of ram with an option to upgrade to 3GB, but this laptop comes standard with 3GB. It also comes with a powerful graphics card, a big hard drive, and a great and beautiful screen. All-in-all, it definitly sets itself above the rest. This laptop won't disappoint :)

Cheers :)
ROIDO

Edited by =OSS*ROID=, 26 December 2008 - 01:41 PM.

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i agree the dell would be a great choice, as i am happy with the one i got from them two years ago. i found a toshiba you might like as well, as another option $50 more nets you another GB of ram and a slightly larger video card in case you wanted to do some gaming, though the HD3750 and 3770 aren't too different. its just another one to think about. good luck to you and your future purchase! :) http://www.bestbuy.c...d=1218011395791
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