Which kind of notebook pc can I choose?
January 25, 2008 10:44pm CST
I want to buy a new notebook pc. But I have no experience for choosing it. So I need some advices from you. Now I am still a student in college . But in the end of this year , I will graduate and join in the job . So which one suit me better ? And I prefer sony's notbook pc. But some of my friends buy its ,they feel that it is not very good. Then I decide to buy HP's. Therefore , you think which one I can choose?
26 Jan 08
I would advise you that you should buy Dell XPS M1330 laptop as it has a very good performance and has a good configuration also - -Windows Vista Home Premium -2GB Dual-channel 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM -Integrated 2.0 mega pixel web cam -160GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive -Integrated 10/100 Fast Ethernet and much more It's worth buying.
26 Jan 08
I think you should make decision based on your preferances like what features you want in your notebook, what's your budget and what model you like the most.. I am sure you would be interested in going for the latest configuration, so compare the prices of all the leading brands with a common configuration, then have a look over the model, go for reviews about your choice on internet websites like mouthshut and when fully satisfied, go for one!! I have been using Dell Inspiron 4000 Notebook for the last 2 years and am happy with it. Soon, I will be getting a new and latest one for me!!
28 Feb 08
I would advice you to go for Dell as it got some high end configuration at a lower price. Even I have ordered for a DellTM InspironTM 1525 and it cost me around 38000 INR. Below is the configuration I was offered for this price. Intel Core 2 Duo T5450 with 1.66 GHZ Genuine Vista Business 15.4 Widescreen with turlife 2 GB RAM 160 HDD with integrated inbuilt webcam 2.0 Also, along with this you get one year international warranty. So, I guess it would be a better choise for you to go for Dell.
• United States
26 Jan 08
I am using my Dell XPS M140 right now. I like it because I got to build it with what I waanted and could afford from the Dell websight. You need to decide what you are going to use it for, then go to a site like computer shopper and look over what they discuss as the better laptops that fit the bill. Again I say check out Dell and if you are looking for a gaming machine check out AlienWare which is now part of Dell. You can start with a basic machine and load it the way you see fit. I made mine with what I needed and would need for the following 2 years, I just made one mistake, I didn't take into consideration video card. I have a certain game I can't play on the laptop because it needs better video, but other then that I have no complaints about Dell. If you plan on gaming or a lot of video processing, make sure you have more then the minimum requirements for that, but for everyday computing, you should be set with any that Dell offers.