Boxing day deception

Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by Sao Mortel, Dec 29, 2010.

Dec 29, 2010

Boxing day deception by Sao Mortel at 4:06 AM (671 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. Sao Mortel
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    I was waiting for boxing day to get a laptop then... nothing. No incredible sales no where not even online on newegg or tigerdirect...


    So now im looking at this dell priced at 479$ which a little more than what i expected to pay but its still the best deal so far... but im not sure the price will not go down...


    Processor
    Intel® CoreTM i3 370M (2.4GHz/3MB cache)
    Operating System
    Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
    Memory2
    4GB DDR3 Shared Dual Channel Memory :: 500GB 5400RPM HDD
    6GB Mem :: 500GB 5400RPM HDD
    Chipset
    Mobile Intel® 5 Series Express Chipset (HM57)
    Video Card
    1024 (MB) ATI HD550v Mobility RadeonTM
    Integrated Intel® HD
    Display
    15.6 inch XGA display (1366x768)
    Audio and Speakers
    SRS Premium Sound™ - 2 speakers @ 2W each
    Built-in microphone
    Hard Drive
    Up to 500GB3 hard drive (5400RPM)
    Optical Drive
    Internal tray-load DVD+/-RW
    Optional internal tray-load Blu-ray Disc™ Combo (Read BD, Burn CD/DVD) Drive
    Power

    blah blah we got the important points


    Anyone seen anything more inspiring? I am mostly using my computer for video editing and stuff like that. Should I wait for USB3.0?
     
  2. Joe88

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    if your going to be using it for video editing a quad core would be much better (i5 / i7 range)
     
  3. Originality

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    USB3/eSATA combo ports are already becoming more common in mid-ranged laptops.

    And I agree with the above post.
     

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