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Posted: Nov 26, 2015 at 7:02 am By: clsmithj
Sept1967;19295628 said "And only an i3 (really just upgraded core2duo) I use one at work, its a dog on Win7 even just running multiple simple apps (Office, IE, Chrome,  ect at the same time)"   No it is not.  I ordered a Dell XPS M1210 laptop back in 2006, made sure to equip it with the new Intel Core2 Duo chip over those Centrino processors that were being marketed then.  T7200 2.0GHz.  I am  looking to replace this old laptop, and too thought the i3 was some modern equivalent.   I couldn't been more wrong.   Compare this i3 Best Buy doorbuster Dell laptop to the CPU I equipped on my XPS a decade ago spending well over a grand. http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core2-Duo-T7200-vs-Intel-Core-i3-4...  It's clear the this 4th generation Intel Core i3 dominates.  I've been using that website to my advantage to weed out the crappy laptops, this particular i3 is better than some i5 equipped laptops.   Sept1967;19295628 said "And only an i3 (really just upgraded core2duo) I use one at work, its a dog on Win7 even just running multiple simple apps (Office, IE, Chrome,  ect at the same time)"   No it is not.  I ordered a Dell XPS M1210 laptop back in 2006, made sure to equip it with the new Intel Core2 Duo chip over those Centrino processors that were being marketed then.  T7200 2.0GHz.  I am  looking to replace this old laptop, and too thought the i3 was some modern equivalent.   I couldn't been more wrong.   Compare this i3 Best Buy doorbuster Dell laptop to the CPU I equipped on my XPS a decade ago spending well over a grand. http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core2-Duo-T7200-vs-Intel-Core-i3-4...  It's clear the this 4th generation Intel Core i3 dominates.  I've been using that website to my advantage to weed out the crappy laptops, this particular i3 is better than some i5 equipped laptops.   See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 24, 2015 at 2:47 am By: JesseLivermore
Scrap, garbage, POS Lenovo RUINED what had been legendary build quality that IBM moved baked into designs & construction of its laptops. My Lenovo built X220 "ThinkPad" is a total POS compared to prior REAL IBM ThinkPads I used relentlessly and that I rarely had any issues with. Lenovo is crap and there are no real ThinkPads anymore, sad to say. The Dell Latitudes that my girlfriend's employer isues to its employees are WAY BETTER in quality & construction than Lenovo garbage. Scrap, garbage, POS Lenovo RUINED what had been legendary build quality that IBM moved baked into designs & construction of its laptops. My Lenovo built X220 "ThinkPad" is a total POS compared to prior REAL IBM ThinkPads I used relentlessly and that I rarely had any issues with. Lenovo is crap and there are no real ThinkPads anymore, sad to say. The Dell Latitudes that my girlfriend's employer isues to its employees are WAY BETTER in quality & construction than Lenovo garbage. See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 19, 2015 at 9:29 pm By: ghostery
Deep discounts my foot. The ASUS EeeBook Laptop with 2GB memory and 32GB SSD for $169.99 was regularly $149.99 at Best Buy and I got it for $129.99 during Best Buys Black Friday in July sale. Also, it's 32 GB of on board flash memory and not an SSD. Deep discounts my foot. The ASUS EeeBook Laptop with 2GB memory and 32GB SSD for $169.99 was regularly $149.99 at Best Buy and I got it for $129.99 during Best Buys Black Friday in July sale. Also, it's 32 GB of on board flash memory and not an SSD. See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 14, 2015 at 10:35 am By: ZachMetallica
I recently graduated from college, and highly recommend looking beyond processing power and specifications. Instead, here is what I recommend looking for in a laptop: 1) Bulkiness: Portability is key. Often, you have to get up and go from one part of campus to another, and you might have to grab lunch on the way. Portability makes it much easier. 2) Battery Life: After four years, the battery must last at least through a three hour lecture with videos, powerpoint slides, etc. Also, keep in mind that a lot of libraries are short on plugs, so late night study sessions require strong battery life. 3) Usability: LIke an airplane, a lot of places do not have a lot of room. Keep in mind that you still may need papers or books to reference, so space is key. Make sure that the laptop has a super easy to use keyboard and mouse. Many cheap laptops have terrible trackpads that are similar to Apple's, but are a pain to use. Do not buy a laptop if this is the case. You productivity will suffer. To be completely honest, just get a laptop with a solid state drive, and a decent processor. It doesn't have to be the latest and greatest these days, as a lot of computers are more than sufficient for consumer use. The best Macbook Pro's today are complete overkill unless you're doing professional work (video editing, rendering, etc.). I personally prefer 15" screens, as they have enough, but not too much, screen real estate to do a lot of work on the go. If there is space, get a 22"+ external display so you can have two screens at home. I recently graduated from college, and highly recommend looking beyond processing power and specifications. Instead, here is what I recommend looking for in a laptop: 1) Bulkiness: Portability is key. Often, you have to get up and go from one part of campus to another, and you might have to grab lunch on the way. Portability makes it much easier. 2) Battery Life: After four years, the battery must last at least through a three hour lecture with videos, powerpoint slides, etc. Also, keep in mind that a lot of libraries are short on plugs, so late night study sessions require strong battery life. 3) Usability: LIke an airplane, a lot of places do not have a lot of room. Keep in mind that you still may need papers or books to reference, so space is key. Make sure that the laptop has a super easy to use keyboard and mouse. Many cheap laptops have terrible trackpads that are similar to Apple's, but are a pain to use. Do not buy a laptop if this is the case. You productivity will suffer. To be completely honest, just get a laptop with a solid state drive, and a decent processor. It doesn't have to be the latest and greatest these days, as a lot of computers are more than sufficient for consumer use. The best Macbook Pro's today are complete overkill unless you're doing professional work (video editing, rendering, etc.). I personally prefer 15" screens, as they have enough, but not too much, screen real estate to do a lot of work on the go. If there is space, get a 22"+ external display so you can have two screens at home. See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 11, 2015 at 11:24 am By: horizon6
APC Back-UPS® NS 600VA 8-Outlet Power-Saving UPS -- $29.99 Office Depot BF 360W/600VA output capacity 8 outlets (4 battery backup, 4 surge) Typical backup runtime: 13 min. (half load), 3 min. (full load) High-efficiency charger optimizes power use, meets the strictest global environmental standards and utilizes packaging made entirely from recycled materials USB connectivity Low battery and overload alarms Safe shutdown software included 3-year mfr. limited warranty Current  FW HD $39.99 at Staples  Link to Ad     APC Back-UPS® NS 600VA 8-Outlet Power-Saving UPS -- $29.99 Office Depot BF 360W/600VA output capacity 8 outlets (4 battery backup, 4 surge) Typical backup runtime: 13 min. (half load), 3 min. (full load) High-efficiency charger optimizes power use, meets the strictest global environmental standards and utilizes packaging made entirely from recycled materials USB connectivity Low battery and overload alarms Safe shutdown software included 3-year mfr. limited warranty Current  FW HD $39.99 at Staples  Link to Ad     See More View this Post

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