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Old 11-09-2003, 04:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Laptop Chassis... (HELP)

I'm not TOTALLY computer illiterate, at least in regards to software, but I'm just getting into the hardware gig and I have a few questions, particularly regarding laptops and laptop chassis (I assume they are chassis... I know that they aren't towers lol :P)

Anyway, I am strongly considering the purchase of an alienware thin&light laptop, about 50% because it is a company I've heard nothing but good things about, and the other 50% is because they have a very simple, clean, and nice box for their laptops to sit in.

My question is basically is there anywhere that I could surf a site dedicated to laptop chassis? And if I was to order one, what would the restrictions be on the internals? OR, do I have to find a company (Canadian) which will sell me a nice comp w/ a nice body...

That's all, I hope someone can help me.

Thanks a million.
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