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Hi all, i always read here on gtg some threads and topics, but now want to ask you for some opinions.

I need to buy a laptop, and know everything about hardware that i need, but i'm unsure about what screen i need. What do you think are more relaxing to eyes: 17 inch or 15? I always used 15, nd was thinking to get some bigger, but don't know if 17" would be too tiring for eyes, even if someone says that bigger (not more than 21) is better for hard use. Really don't know.

Also another question, a friend of mine have an Alienware m17x R3, nd he can give me for low price, he did not used that computer much. So i thought it would be great (also have some gadgets like another screen, pro mouse, ...) but on internet i read that Alienware stuff isn't really great, after some months of use always get some strange problems... And the m17 of my friend would have no warranty... What do you think about that alien laptops?

Sorry for my bad englis, when read i can understand, but write a language that i don't speak isn't easy :) Bye
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:welcome: Brad21

Screen size is a matter of personal preference that will be influenced by the intended use.

Alienware are Dells range of gaming computers and so can be expensive due to their higher specifications.

What will be the main use of your new computer.

One piece of advice I can offer is not to purchase anything that is not covered by a warranty.
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