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Discussion in 'Computer Hardware, Devices and Accessories' started by Eric345, Jul 28, 2011.
I own dell desktop and laptop toshiba
There's already a thread like this.
E-Machines netbook. It's poo. 1GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, N270 Intel Atom processor. It can just barely run the original Starcraft. Anything above that gives it the shakes and bouts of bed wetting. I can't even watch Nostalgia Critic unless it's on Youtube because the website won't load properly on this system. I badly need to replace it with something less wank but right now I have a tenner to my name. Doesn't go as far as it used to
Toshiba Satellite A505 4GB SDRAM, 320GB HDD. Looking at buying or building a new desktop since I don't have one now.
Standard Acer netbook.
Dell desktop, 1GB RAM (previously 512MB), 128MB x300 ATI radeon, 3GHz single core.
I'm hoping to get a decent gaming laptop once I get a job/apprenticeship (just finished college).
Main desktop - custom built so no brand
Second desktop - same as above
Server - IBM
Laptop - Sony
Laptop - Samsung
Laptop - eMachines
Netbook - Asus
Netbook - Zoostorm
edit: also got a Packard Bell desktop, though it's currently not working
I have a few laptops laying around. Compaq, IBM, a old HP and Toshiba Sattalite.
I use Dell.
PC is custom build.
Toshiba Satellite L305-S5955
Intel Celeron 900 2.20 GHz (Penryn 45nm Technology)
2.0GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 398Mhz Ram
160GB 5400rpm Sata2 Hard drive
DVD Multi Recorder (CD-R/RW and DVD+R/RW)
Intel 45 Express Graphics 830 MB of video ram
802.11 b/g Wireless built in
Had to trade my 360 and entire collection for it, but since im getting back into my music and university is just around the corner in about a week, it was worth it.
My custom desktop at home in Tucson:
AMD Phenom X4 AM2+ Black Edition of some sort OC stable @ 2.8GHz Quad Core
4GB DDR2 RAM in Dual Channel mode
1GB XFX Radeon HD4870 256-bit GDDR5 graphics
Some gross but still working mATX AM2/AM2+ ASUS Motherboard from 2008 i think.
64GB Mushkin SSD boot drive, running Win7 x64 Ultimate and has Aion and a few other smaller things installed on it.
500GB Samsung Spinpoint SATA HDD
Other parts of little consequence, an overkill 700W PSU, Logitech 5.1 sound and a Logitech G15 keyboard and Naga mouse.
Local desktop hand-me-down:
I'll just be lazy and run CPU-Z..
Acer AX3200-U3600A w/Win7 Ult x64
My "new" laptop:
Acer Aspire AS4551-4315
Upgraded the RAM to 4GB, probably going to replace the HDD with an SSD when Black Friday rolls around.
My formerly top-of-the-line ASUS gaming laptop:
Maxed out the RAM, it still plays WoW and Aion like a champ given it has such a low native resolution (1280x800) and 512MB dedicated graphics. However it occasionally hard locks-up and the battery is closing in on four years old so it's not very useful as my main mobile now.
edit: and yes, i did review both the laptops i bought from newegg as "exangel" >
I have a Dell Dimension 5000 which I thought was the bees-knees when I bought it. Since then I have learned that pre-built Dell machines are the computer equivalent of Fisher-Price products. My next PC will be custom built.
I have the new MacBook Pro, High-end 13 inch model
13-inch: 2.7 GHz
Intel Core i7
4GB 1333MHz Ram
Intel HD Graphics 3000
Built-in battery (7 hours)2
AAAAAND OS X Lion =D
Oh, and Desktop
3.06 Ghz Intel Core i3
4 GB Ram
500 GB Hard Drive
ATI Radeon HD 4770 or something o.O
Netbooks aren't designed for gaming - they're designed for running small apps (internet, office, multimedia, etc) on the go.
Also, this thread feels rather pointless... but anywho:
Laptops, 1 Toshiba, 2 HP, 1 PB and 1 Dell. EDIT: Forgot, 1 Acer too (it's my dad's).
Desktops, 3 custom made, 1 PB, one OEM.
Tablet: iPad 2.
Haha, the laptop I'm using now is Sony Vaio F.
Intel® Core™ i7-2720QM Processor 2.20 GHz with Turbo
640 GB (Serial ATA, 7200 rpm)
8GB (4GB x 2) DDR3 SDRAM (Max)
Windows 7 Ultimate with Service Pack 1 64-bit
My dad's MacBook Pro will arrive soon, and I'll try on them one day... ONE DAY.
Mid 2007 iMac which I normally tripleboot.
Sister has a macbook early 2008
dell inspiron 1545
Not the best out there , only 2 gb of ram , a core 2 duo each clocked at 2 ghz
Acer Aspire 6930G
Going to be building my own desktop soon...
Hp pavillion dv7
acer aspire 5742g &
acer aspire one
Only 1 ever made.
I will sell it for 2000$ though.