You could probably get a similar notebook with an Athlon 64 processor for the same price or less. The Athlon 64 is a great performer running 32 bit software using a 32 bit OS, but will also run 64 bit software(even side by side with 32 bit software) when you use a 64 bit OS. I can't understand why someone would pay a high price to buy a computer with a 32 bit processor(Pentium 4), especially when you can get a similar one with a 64 bit processor for around the same price, or perhaps even less. Many who buy a 32 bit processor in '04 or early '05 will regret that decision when plenty of 64 bit software appears in the second half of '05.
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