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rickjamesdog

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In the market for laptop ASAP, I want something fast,semi-powerful, reliable, and a little stylish... Nothing cheap!!!!

I mainly just want a laptop that is really fast for using the internet and downloading/watching video's online and playing music/movies....

Any suggestions or a unbiased website that I can trust.... :)
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just about anything you buy now a days would be good for what you have listed there, do you have a price range your looking to stay in?
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YES BETWEEN $1000-$2000
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wow you can get something really nice in that range, as soon as I get some time I will see what I can find and post it for you.
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With your budget I would go with no lees then this but that’s just my opinion because I really enjoy Dell products, and they are all I use. Even at work we use Dell, I just can't seem to get away from them :)

Anyway I think that would be an awesome set up for what you want. And the 16" ultra widescreen display would be nice for movies, videos etc…

Here is the basics…

Intel® Core™ 2 Duo P8600 (3MB cache/2.4GHz/1066Mhz FSB)
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium Edition SP1, 64-bit
Edge-to-Edge FullHD Widescreen 16.0 inch RGBLED LCD (1920x1080) W/2.0 MP
8X DVD+/- RW(DVD/CD read/write) Slot Load Drive
4GB1 Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM at 1067MHz (2 Dimms)
500GB2 5400 RPM SATA Hard Drive
ATI Mobility RADEON® M86XT - 512MB3
High Definition Audio 2.0
Intel® 5300 WLAN Wireless-N (3x3) Mini Card
6-cell Battery
Obsidian Black with Leather Accent
1Yr Ltd Hardware Warranty,4 InHome Service after Remote Diagnosis5


Take a look at the detailed specs…. And do a little shopping around you might be able to find something similar at a cheaper price.
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With your budget I would go with no lees then this but that’s just my opinion because I really enjoy Dell products, and they are all I use. Even at work we use Dell, I just can't seem to get away from them :)

Anyway I think that would be an awesome set up for what you want. And the 16" ultra widescreen display would be nice for movies, videos etc…

Here is the basics…

Intel® Core™ 2 Duo P8600 (3MB cache/2.4GHz/1066Mhz FSB)
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium Edition SP1, 64-bit
Edge-to-Edge FullHD Widescreen 16.0 inch RGBLED LCD (1920x1080) W/2.0 MP
8X DVD+/- RW(DVD/CD read/write) Slot Load Drive
4GB1 Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM at 1067MHz (2 Dimms)
500GB2 5400 RPM SATA Hard Drive
ATI Mobility RADEON® M86XT - 512MB3
High Definition Audio 2.0
Intel® 5300 WLAN Wireless-N (3x3) Mini Card
6-cell Battery
Obsidian Black with Leather Accent
1Yr Ltd Hardware Warranty,4 InHome Service after Remote Diagnosis5


Take a look at the detailed specs…. And do a little shopping around you might be able to find something similar at a cheaper price.


You must be a mind reader, because that's the laptop that I was looking at... Thanks, I think I might go ahead an buy it...
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You must be a mind reader, because that's the laptop that I was looking at... Thanks, I think I might go ahead an buy it...


ha ha nope not a mind reader, but can you imagine how fun that would be :)
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You must be a mind reader, because that's the laptop that I was looking at... Thanks, I think I might go ahead an buy it...


ha ha nope not a mind reader, but can you imagine how fun that would be :)




I appreciate the help.... :)
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