Laptop? or PSP Slim?

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Laptop? or PSP Slim?

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Nov 20, 2008

Laptop? or PSP Slim? by Blfdgfdghd at 2:02 AM (2,081 Views / 0 Likes) 26 replies

  1. Blfdgfdghd
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    Title says it all hmm give me your reason why your choosing PSP or Laptop i really dont wanna see PSP or LAPTOP k thanks
     


  2. gk.7

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    Do you really need to have that question answered?
     
  3. Lelouch

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    how come you need a laptop when you have a computer?
     
  4. Blfdgfdghd
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    Highschool all my Teachers recommend me getting one
     
  5. War

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    It depends on your personal preference. I have a PSP and never EVER use it, and I regret buying it, so I would have much rather have bought a laptop. It also depends how much money you're willing to spend on the laptop.
     
  6. Blfdgfdghd
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    $300-$600 but i know really good laptops for only like $500 so ya
     
  7. Dark

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    I wouldet a laptop on black friday. Best buy is having a sale [​IMG] Forget the PSP.
     
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    Whats Black Friday?? is this a good laptop? its only 499.99
    WebID: 10112147
    Mfr. Part Number: LX.EBR0X.002
    Base Features
    Approximate Battery Life Dependant On Usage
    Hard Drive Speed/Capacity 120GB 5400RPM
    Optical Drive 8X Super Multi Double Layer DVD
    Processor Speed 2.0GHz
    Processor Type Intel Pentium Dual Core Mobile T3200
    RAM 2GB
    Screen Size 14.1"
    Graphics
    Discrete Video Memory No
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    Card Reader - Compatible Memory Types SD, MMC, MS, MS PRO, xD
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    ExpressCard/34 Input No
    ExpressCard/54 Input Yes
    HDCP Compliant No
    HDMI Port No
    IEEE 1394 Input/Output No
    IR Receiver No
    Number of Touchpad Buttons 2
    PC Card Input Expresscard Type 54
    S-Video Output No
    Type of Keyboard Acer FineTouch
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  9. Slippy

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    assuming the laptop is a cheap one for around 300 bux it'll be crap. It will have a crappy intel graphics chip so most games are out. The only thing you'll be able to play on it are emulated console games. You might as well get a psp slim for that (assuming it is one you can mod with a custom firmware)
     
  10. Blfdgfdghd
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    ill check a other store
     
  11. Blfdgfdghd
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    Base Features No
    Approximate Battery Life Up To 3 Hours
    Hard Drive Speed/Capacity 160GB
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    Processor Speed 1.6GHz
    Processor Type Intel Atom N270
    RAM 1GB
    Screen Size 8.9"
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    Number of Touchpad Buttons 2
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    anyGood?
     
  12. Rock Raiyu

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    Just to ask, are you going to be using this laptop only for school or is it for school and personal use?
     
  13. kevenka

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    I would suggest Laptop or a Xbox 360 lol
    If you want a good multimedia device, screw the PSP, and if you want games, get a Xbox 360 -.-
     
  14. Heran Bago

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    I suggest a laptop but you should consider waiting until college to get one, they'll be much cheaper/better and you will need it more.

    The laptop can do nearly everything the PSP can only better, except play PSP games.
     
  15. Slippy

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    If you want to game at all you need a laptop with an ati or nvidia video chipset. If you don't want to game, or at least no games that need hardware acceleration, get someone with the screen size and resolution you want and as much ram as you can get.
     
  16. kevenka

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    ati or nvidia video chipset? can you eleberate with that?(and a Laptop can play PS I emulation...So that is a plus you might want to consider)
     
  17. chuckstudios

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    It means your video card doesn't have the word "Intel" in it.
     
  18. dinofan01

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    If you have the cash get a laptop. No question.
     
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    A Walmart there's a good laptop for $298 (early Black Friday) but it's probably out [​IMG]
    But laptop for sure
     
  20. esoterica

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    I don't even know how you can compare those two. Laptop is obviously better. PSP is mainly for gaming, sure you can use it for other things, but you can't even compare it to what a computer can do. I will choose internet ANYDAY over video games, TV, or whatever other type of electronic stimulation. yea....

    Anyways, I saw one of those really small laptops the other day. I don't know how big the screen is, but I'm gonna have to guess it was less than 10 inches, and it was about $400. They seem really nice just for portability and hopping on the internet anywhere. I currently use a 15 inch laptop, and I also have a deskto[ computer, but i pretty much have all my peripherals attached to my laptop including my 21 inch monitor, which gives me a dual screen. But yea, if you have enough money for a PSP but need a laptop, I suggest saving up for a laptop. It's almost like asking, would you rather have a gym or a treadmill. come on now.
     

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