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bmw66x wrote:Actually, AMD gets higher overall ratings than the bigger (better known) Intel processors. Love the double sided write up though, very funny!
Do you really need the Intel cache? AMD gewts it done much cheaper, and usually just as good.
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rd385 wrote:This laptop should be perfectly suitable for most projects in Photoshop, coding, etc.. My laptop's resolution is 1440x900, has half the memory, and an older ATI Radeon chip/card, but with a Core2Duo 1.83GHz processor, and I'm able to get plenty of "real" work done, both design and web-related.
If you truly need more pixels, just hook up an external monitor. But yeah, 17.3" is a bit diesel for a laptop
btw, I'm not debating on cost or whether or not it's a worthy deal, just saying that it's plenty capable for more than just idle browsing and the like...
Heck, I've been photoshopping on an Acer Netbook!
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MrD3a7h wrote:MrD's prediction for the rest of this thread:
20% about todays woot
80% arguing about the midterm elections.
When will people get it... Democracy just DOESN'T WORK!
Caution: I like to woot pantsless!
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catkisson wrote:How's this laptop for game play?
Pretty good price but I don't see the point in watching a blu ray movie at 900p but that's just me. As for gaming, that Ati 4200 is better than the inegrated intel crap, you can at least play some games on the 4200 (on low settings of course). I play L4D2 and Titan Quest on my 4250 all the time and it's just barely better than the 4200. I would not buy this laptop as a gaming laptop, but if you need a lappy for other reasons and playing games is secondary then by all means...And yeah, that processor is kind of weak but for a cheapy laptop this one is pretty good.
Pros: The pills were there.
Cons: So was the tank.