Each one has a good part ...
The Quosmio for its very good quality built and its two hard-drives.
The P105-S921 for its nVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 ( but it's useless for a multimedia notebook ) and its design.
The Sony for its Blue-Ray optical drive ( but that gives nothing of more ! There will be always DVD's availab le in the future ).
Personnally, I think the game is between the two toshiba laptops.
But the Satellite is more a gaming laptop with its GeForce Go 7900 GS...
Also, take a look to the Dell Inspiron 9400 with its ATi Mobility Radeon X1400 or also available with the GeForce Go 7800/7900 GS.
The Dell Inspiron 6400 could be also a nice choice. I have one and I love it. I think that 17" laptops are too big and too heavy even if you carry it only over the house.
So, I leave you with this !
I'm looking for a good multimedia laptop for graphic designing, photo editing, video and music download.
I would like the laptop to have an Intel Core Duo (1.80 GHz minimum), at least 1 GB of RAM (DDR2), 17'' screen, 128 MB minimum video car PCI-E (preferably 256 MB0, and 150 Hard Drive minimum.
I found Toshiba to have the laptop specifications I want. The Toshiba Satellite P105-S921 and the Toshiba Qosmio G35-AV600 or Qosmio G35-AV650, but I don't know which one would be best. Although the Satellite got a higher rating than the Qosmio in cnet.com, I'm leaning more to the Satellite cause of teh rating. The Satellite is a gaming laptop and I might be wasting it if I'm not running games on the laptop or does it matter.
I'm also leaning towards the new Sony VAIO AR190G but the price is kinda high. I would prefer the Sony VAIO if the price was lower.
So if anyone has any inputs please reply.