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#1 12 years ago

Here is my situation. I need a lap top. The lap tops I'm looking at are anywhere from $1,000-$1,400 giver or take....honestly thats A LOT of money to me, so I want to make sure I get the best deal, but I dont know a bunch about computers and such. I read a few threads on here and everyone seemed very nice and very helpfull, so I figured I'd see what you folks had to say. This is what I want my computer for, I wanna download lots of music, so i figured I need a fairly large hardrive (100 or so gb or an external....or both, I like a lot of music.) and burn those to a cd, or transfer to an mp3 player. I dont play a lot of games, two or three, but occasionally I find a new one I like so I'd like it to be able to hold up for mild gaming. Also I'm going to be travling a lot so a good wireless.....whatever, is going to be needed, and probably am going to be watching a fair share of movies. I'm looking at the HP dv9000t. I've heard good things about Sony viao's, but their website isn't NEAR as helpfull as the HP. I'm sorry this took up so much room but if you'd give me ANY help at all I would really really really appreciate it. Thanks. Mark.


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#2 12 years ago

I think the Dell laptops isent so bad... then theres always alienware but i got noe exspirience with them....


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#3 12 years ago

Hp does make very good laptops. I own the dv4000, and I love it.

Here are the specications I would recomend you get: Proecssor- Any Intel Core 2 Duo Memory- At least 512mb of ram (1 gigabyte would be preferable) Hard Drive- 100-120gig.

You ougta be able to find a laptop with those specifications for around $1000-$1400.