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Old 03-17-2006, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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http://www.slizone.com/object/slizone_notebooks.html


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thats pretty cool
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I saw that a week or so back, I was pretty impressed that they've packed them in laptops now. If only laptops were as easy to build as a PC, I think they would storm the market. Who wouldn't want to build a laptop if it was near the same quiality as a PC?
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^I would. You could then throw it into a docking station and use a seperate monitor etc... just like a desktop!
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Lol i dont like labtops cause of the price... and they arent as good as desktop.
But i think thats real cool, wonder wat labtops would b like in the future.
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maximum pc's new magazine this month has a whole section on building a laptop. it doesnt seem that hard. i might try it this summer when i have some money.
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