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Buying DELL Laptop.

by informrr / February 14, 2008 5:55 AM PST

Hi,
I am planning to buy a laptop. Am basically programmer and use to watch movies and play games. I wish to have 2 GHz,T7250 , 14.1 or 15 inch screen, Intel core duo processor, 2Gb RAM and >120 GB harddisk. Price is b/w 900 and 1200$.

As there are so many different laptop series with same customized configuration. please help me out to decide, should I go for Inspiron 1525 or Latitude D630 (as one CNET forum friend suggested this)

Can any one please help me out to decide as am new to Laptop deals....

Thanks in advance....

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Buying a laptop
by welrdelr / February 14, 2008 5:59 AM PST
In reply to: Buying DELL Laptop.

You should look around the stores first and ask for a demo before you make a decision based on others' opinions and suggestions.

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by jconner / February 14, 2008 8:08 AM PST
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but they are different based on need. Some are lighter in weight to allow for mobility. Some have less performance to maximize battery life. Some are for video and display applications having more memory, better graphics, bigger screen, high end DVD etc. Some are intended for business and communication and have lots of communication capabilities.

You need to think about what you will use it for the most and rank in order of functionality then pick the one that best meets your needs.

Then, when you see the price you go looking again. Lots of luck its always hard. Do go and try them out so you won't be disappointed.

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