The e-450 is very weak and mainly made for basic computing tasks such as web surfing, light word processing, etc.. The P6200 is better, but still not really enough, especially with only 2gb ram, most of which will be used by Windows. 4gb ram would help.
If you can afford it, a Core i3 processor with 4gb ram would be best.
well i just got a laptop with a i7-720qm(with a fx880m) used for the price of the i3 one, now my questions is it only come with 2gb of ram(ddr3 1066) so i will buy a stick of 4gb of ram for it, but my local store only have ddr3 1333, will be compabilitie issues with the 1066?
Should not be a problem. According to the Intel site, the processor can handle 1066 or 1333, and up to 8gb. However, it does work a little better with dual channel(both slots filled). If your intent is to get one 4gb module now, and another later, that will be fine. I am assuming it has 64 bit Windows 7 on it? If so, 8gb ram(2x4gb) would be ideal. 32 bit Windows will not recognize or use above 4gb.