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Old 03-31-2012, 07:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I need your advice. PLs help.

In few days I'm going holiday. I realy need new notebook for work. I think about small (13"), fast and solid notebook.

I thought about:

Dell Z Series
McBook Air 13"

Today I can buy any Z Series with 70 off on

Could You give me any feedback what should I do ? Buy it or choose any other notebook..


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What is your budget? What will you be using it for? What type of work?

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What's your Use, to work or Browse?

Choose Notebook, if you've only browsing purpose
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Well, he did say he's going to be using it for work. Seeing as how you have a MacBook Air as an option, your budget is decently high. Many members on this site would suggest an ASUS Zenbook.
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I am with MAC
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