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What PC's have good videocameras that speak to Macs?

I'm planning to replace my Dell Latitude D600 with another PC that, apart from having more RAM, hard drive capacity & processor speed, will provide me with an excellent way to talk to MAC-users via videoconferencing? This replacement PC should have an integrated videocam with good microphone/speaker quality. My PC budget is to spend less than $700.

What does the CNET forum think is the best PC model on the market meeting these technical guidelines? Do your suggested models require any extra hardware/software or does it come all factory-installed?

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At the top of this forum.

Is a post to laptop pickers. But some arrive here and expect to find a shopping service. Alas this is only a discussion forum with no paid help.

Beyond the forum top post try and it's improved laptop picker. You can put in your price and see what is out there available for purchase then read reviews and comments by others.

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I would recommend you check out the PC Scout laptop picker tool. There are plenty of laptops within your budget. How about the Dell Studio 15? Because it is a great multi-media laptop, it will also work well with video-conferencing. It is within your price range.

You should explore the PC Scout tool yourself because there are several others in your price range.

I hope this helps!

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