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Need some help

well im going to USA for a week and i decided to finally change my 5 years old laptop
im looking for:

-price range
500~800$<<<<--------- that should be the price... or more?
really don't mind but please avoid toshiba
4gb<<<<<<--------- must have!
-Processor and graphic card
not really my expertise but try getting an intel i3 and if you get an i5 perfect
about the graphic card.. well enough for some light gaming and such but it should atleast be a decent one
250gb,320gb or 500gb with 5400rpm even though i don't know what's that
around 14"~17"
2~4 hours unplugged
3 or 4 usb
1 hdmi<<<<<----- not really a must but i would like one
and of course Win7

thanks beforehand

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The need for gaming drops the usual hours to about 1, maybe 2 hours unless you pump a hundred or more into the battery. This is something I find gamers to have a hard time accepting.

Try the laptop choosers at the top of the forum,

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laptop choosers

Don?t worry i won?t be playing unplugged but i didn?t realize the laptop choosers i?ll try and compare and see if i can narrow the search

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Both have the Nvidia 310 video solution.

This pretty much means no high end games. Windows 7 effects and video play will be just fine.

I like the i5.

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