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Old 09-07-2006, 11:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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alright i have the brand and specs of 3 costomized laptops
ones an hp, a dell, and an alienware
i want to know which was i should get.
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HP

1. windows xp home edition
2. intel core 2 duo t5600 (1.83 GHz)
3. 17'' WSXGA+ (1680x1050)
4. 256mc NVIDIA(R) Geforce(R) go 7600
5. HP IMPRINT finish mic+ webcam
6. 1gb DDR2 SDRAM
7. intel pro/wireless network w/ bluetooth 3945ABG
8. 100gb hdd
9. light scribe super multi burner ( do i need a certain program to use this? cause they reccomended some)

total : 1,673.99
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DELL

1. intel core 2 duo processor T7200 4mb cache
2. windows xp pro
3. 17'' ultrasharp widescreen UXGA
4. 1gb ram DDR2 SDRAM 533MHz
5. 120gb 5400 rpm sata hdd
6. burner included
7. 256mb NVIDIA Geforce 7900 GS Intel prowireless 3945 intermal wireless (included)

total : 1,722
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ALIENWARE

1. Intel core 2 duo T5500 1.66GHZ 2MB CACHE
2. windows XP home editon
3. 17'' UXGA 1920x1200 LCD
4. 1gb dual channel
5. 80mb hdd (1,929.00) ( with 100gb 1,949.00)
6. 8x dual layer burner

everything else is included with the notebook


total w/ 100gb
: 1,949.00
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I would get teh Dell given those choices... but I dislike HP and think Al ienware is overpriced.
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ok thank you
iam still open to opinoins
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dell definetly + they give good warranties
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so the dell is the way to go?
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Old 09-07-2006, 02:58 PM   #9 (permalink)
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yes get the dell i've got 2 of them and i just bought a new laptop from them and plus dell own alienware anyway. if your getting an xps you get alienware technology in it.
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