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College Laptop

Last response: in Laptops & Notebooks
June 9, 2010 6:12:03 AM

Budget: Max = $700
Size: average (15" approx)
Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 ?
Transportable? Yes
Battery Life: Who wouldn't want a long battery life? (Unless that means slower HDD rates?)
Games: No
Tasks Intended: Web Surfing, document creating and accessing, emailing etc.
Storage: 320GB+
Prefered Sites:, although totally open to suggestion
Lifetime: 2-4 years
Optical Drive: capable of running and burning DVDs
Prefered Brands: ASUS, Corsair, G.skillz, radeon, and intel. I prefer those brands simply because of what I have in my desktop which is for an entirely different function, however those brands have served me well.
Country: USA

I know next to nothing about laptops and a quite a bit more about desktops. I need a relatively basic laptop that can perform the aforementioned tasks for the lowest price that performs the best.

Basically I'm asking for what your average college kid is looking for in a laptop. If I could keep the alteration of hardware to a minimum and just get a computer w/o having to replace parts, that would be my preference.

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a c 244 D Laptop
June 9, 2010 6:49:38 AM

Well Corsair,G.Skill and radeon don't make laptops,they make desktop parts.
As for the laptop, Dell Studio 15 would be a good option
a b D Laptop
June 9, 2010 10:56:51 PM

Hi there,

I agree with Maziar, the Dell Studio 15 would be a good option. It has a fast processor, 4 GB RAM, and 500 GB of hard drive space. It also has a DVD player.

MSFT Windows Outreach Team
June 10, 2010 1:07:25 AM

Well, here
Option 1

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