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Lowbudget Laptops

by raul90606 / July 2, 2006 9:57 PM PDT

I 'm looking to purchase a low budget laptop. They have three good deals.

The purpose for the laptop is to watch a few DVD'S but 99% for work related (word, excel, powerpoint).

They have HP dv8305 for $699.00, Hp dv8000z for $499.99, and compaq v5108cu for $599.99, all prices are after rebates..

Which one is the best one?

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Specs please
by Ghost26-20878886633866019035262628200812 / July 3, 2006 12:29 AM PDT
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We can't help you if you don't show us the configuration of each system. Config may vary from stores to stores so it's important to know which one interest you.

ZThank you Happy

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what about the dell b130?
by koolman51 / July 3, 2006 6:37 AM PDT
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the dell b130 is a good laptop also i have this laptopit has a great wireless card and it runs fast even with a celeron processor and 512mb of ram im gonna upgrade the hard drive from 40 gb to an 80 gb hard drive.so if your looking for a budget laptop this should be one of your choises.good luck on your decision Happy

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Gateway
by Steves1030 / July 3, 2006 10:58 AM PDT
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I just bought the Gateway MX3228 at Best Buy for 529.99 It has the Celeron M 1.5 gig processor, 60 gig HD, CDRW/DVDRW drive dual layer 14" widescreen ultra brite LCD, 4in1 card reader, integrated wireles, and its super light less then 5lbs and thin, so far i am really enjoying it

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