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  #31 Old 01-05-2007 Default

For better performance in PLM Solutions,

HP is a good choice

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  #32 Old 01-05-2007 Default

HP's keyboard sucks...
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  #33 Old 01-05-2007 Default

wat do u think of tis:

NEC VERSA E6210

Processor: Intel Core Duo processor T2300 (1.66GHz)
Memory: 512MB DDR2 SDRAM
Graphics: nVidia GeForce Go 7300 with up to 512MB TurboCache (shared)
Display: 14.1-inch 1280 x 800-pixel TFT Super Shine View display.
Storage: 80GB hard drive, DVD?RW/CD-RW drive.
Connectivity: WiFi, 56K modem, 10/100 Ethernet
I/O ports: Four USB 2.0 ports, one mini-FireWire, one ExpressCard slot, infrared port, legacy ports, microphone, S-video output.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Other features: 4-in-1 Flash card reader, built-in webcam, remote control
Dimensions (w x d x h): 24.5 x 33.7 x 3.3cm
Weight: 2.3 kg
Price: RM 3999

Website: http://minisites.nec-computers-ap.co...0/features.htm

is it worth it?
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  #34 Old 01-05-2007 Default

depends on what you are doing with it.. but i recommend getting a minimum of 1Gb of RAM... many applications today eats RAM for breakfast...
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  #35 Old 02-05-2007 Default

what is the basic thing that a laktop should has??
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  #36 Old 02-05-2007 Default

ANYONE can recommend a model of laptop that is worthy??
I wanna buy one about RM3-4k
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  #37 Old 02-05-2007 Default

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ANYONE can recommend a model of laptop that is worthy??
I wanna buy one about RM3-4k
me as well..
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  #38 Old 02-05-2007 Default

Notebook systems have grown in popularity due to their increasing performance and portability. Many systems are even now being marketed as replacements for desktop systems, but few can perform at the same level as a desktop system particularly when it comes to graphics. This guide will help you to look at some of the key items you want to look at before you purchase your next PC notebook system.

Before You Choose a Notebook PC

Dunno if this thread help....

Me.....HP
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  #39 Old 02-05-2007 Default

nice article admin07.

However, i would like to add to the article. While more RAM is good for general performance increase, too much of them will have a negative impact upon the system. It's best to get just the amount that you need, say 1Gb so that the computer don't have to access the page files on the hard drive at all but not too much until there are a lot of unused RAM.

As for graphics, the most prominent producer of graphics processors is actually Intel itself at about 70% of the market. While people won't get much power from their processors, they are actually the most power efficient ones available for consumers.

And with the rise in numbers of C.E.s that utilize the Bluetooth technology (especially cell phones) it might be good to mention it as well...

Altogether, good job in writing this article... ;)
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Notebook systems have grown in popularity due to their increasing performance and portability. Many systems are even now being marketed as replacements for desktop systems, but few can perform at the same level as a desktop system particularly when it comes to graphics. This guide will help you to look at some of the key items you want to look at before you purchase your next PC notebook system.

Before You Choose a Notebook PC

Dunno if this thread help....

Me.....HP
Thanks for the article, it mayb useful for me later...
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