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Hi,

So I am in the market for a new laptop. I am a college student, and while price is a concern, I am very interested in getting the best bang for my buck (as clich

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Is a laptop picker to help find such things.

But look at newegg's laptop picker. Put in your brand, price and see if the stuff you want is there at that price.
Bob

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What about this Toshiba?

I used the PC Scout (which can be found in the laptop picker at the top of this forum that Bob directed you to) and found a Toshiba I think you might like: Toshiba Satellite A505-ST5608. You can see all the specs here, http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/pc-scout/laptop-details.aspx?pcid=d8fb352a-0632-df11-9df7-02bf9d3bf32a. It is great for a college student with a 16" screen, long battery life, and at 6.5 pounds it won't been too much of a burden to lug around campus with you. Just an option Happy

Cheers,
Cassandra

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