I want to buy a laptop with a budget with a cap of about £450... I want to be able to game on it and multitask. Games like Ijji games just the occasional fps etc. I've had an old AMD Athleon X2 that overheated on me last year and Ive had to put it on ice packs ever since then. So yea, I live in the tropics so keep that in mind if you can please.
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Aaah nice, but my budget got just got reduced to £400 so I'll need to choose between the AMD and your Asus suggestion.
I'm not gonna be hardcore gaming plus Im still not sure of what to get. The AMD seems to have more processing power and HDD space and RAM as compared to the Asus. I however may be oblivious to something important so plead help ...
Also I can't add anything 'extra' to the laptop so ...
I'll try to increase my budget to £450 so a good laptop for entertainment and schoolwork with multitasking hitting that range will be sweet. Its for four years of college so I don't wanna have to replace it or components of it often lol..
It's nice CPU upgrade which is always helpful.
I think I still like the HP ProBook 4320s 13.3" notebook £329 (Core i3-380M & Radeon Mobility HD 5470 graphics card) or Toshiba Sat Pro L650-1QH 15.6" notebook £400 i3-380M & HD 5470 linked above.
Mostly for the price savings, but also for the slightly better dedicated graphics card.
If you can find a i3-2310M CPU & Radeon HD 6470M graphics for about the same price as that Aspire AS5750 I'd like that better too.
Bleh, not really a fan of lenovo, my mum has one and it isnt the best xD. I think ill stick with the Acer, i like the extra ram it has plus the i5's turbo mode would come in handy often. Thanks for your help.