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a b D Laptop
October 30, 2001 1:58:06 PM

Does anybody know how imperative it is when buying a laptop computer to have the mobile processor chip in it other than the desktop chip?
We are in the process of purchasing a laptop and the big difference (besides price) is the chip- Can the mobile chip in the laptop cause a big increase in pricing?

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October 30, 2001 4:50:18 PM

I don't think a normal desktop chip would fit in a laptop. Regardless, you definitely wouldn't want to.
Higher power consumption and greater heat. Your laptop would probably melt :) 

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