Re: Alienware Laptop
Well, if you don't know 'how' to build a pc then I would definately agree with the other post. Check out newegg and look for a core 2 duo laptop or something else along the same lines. I would also suggest an external hard drive with firewire capabilities. This way its a great source for back-up and you won't break your wallet. stable laptops on newegg are around 700+ if you like vista it may be a bit more. I currently have had three hp's, one had 1ghz ram, AMD turion the other Dual core turion and 2ghz ram another 1ghz ram intel core duo.
so, its a matter of battery life to power, alienwares are 'nice looking' but pricey, and watch out on the mail in rebates, some of the time you won't see them ever getting back to you, thats nearly 250$$!!
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