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Deciding Which Computer I should Purchase

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Hello comrades.

I am going to upgrade to a newer computer, and I wanted advice on what I should purchase. I want a laptop, with good multimedia capabilities but also functionality. Here are my desired specs.

1. MUST be a Dell

2. Needs to be a laptop.

3. Has A/V ports, such as one I can connect a printer, and a video projecter to and at least two USB ports.

4. will be able to run Oblivion

5. Is under $1000 (that being regular price, but it will be lower since I plan on buying a refurb anyways.)

6. Has enough space that I can store all my pictures and videos without worry.

If people could kindly give me suggestions, I'd be extremely grateful.
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Take a look at this studio XPS I found on Dell.com

It has a Core 2 Duo (Dual Core) processor running at 2.53Ghz with a front side bus (FBS) of 1066mhz. Has a 500gb hard drive(plenty of storage). 16 inch screen. 512mb 3670 Radeon Video Card that goes well above Oblivions Requirements Around $1000 brand new. I'm unsure of it has the A/V ports or requirements you ask for. I would recommend calling Dell and asking them, or just do more research on your own.

Hope that helps. Cheers!

Edit: 4gb of RAM too, plenty for gaming and other normal usage.

Edited by Ferrari, 12 April 2009 - 06:36 PM.

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