Laptop Options?? - Long

Discussion in 'What Notebook Should I Buy?' started by BADSBRD, Jan 15, 2004.

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  1. BADSBRD

    BADSBRD Newbie

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    I'm in the market for a new laptop. I'm a network engineer, so it needs to be semi-mobile. I guess I'd like the best of both worlds performance and portability. I like the 15" screens, but they always are a lot heavier. I would go with a 14" screen, but they are hard to find with good video cards.

    I looked into Alienware, and was about to buy an 51m until I went to Best Buy and looked at another 15.4" widescreen laptop....way too big. I'd also like the keyboard to have a windows key on it.

    I'm kind of lost here. I've always had good luck with Dell. I tried an IBM R40, but didn't like it very much. I had an IBM T20, than was nice to use, when it didn't lock up. I had the same problem with the R40. Price isn't really an issue, I'd like to be around $2500.

    I really like the size of the T-series IBM, but wish I could add more performance and wish the ergonomics was more to my taste.

    Can someone help me???
    Rick
     
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    Brian Working at 486 Speed NBR Reviewer

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    Rick -

    Have you looked at the Fujitsu line at all? I think they have a few models that might suit you. I'm in love with the build quality of mine.

    Editor in Chief http://www.bargainPDA.com and http://www.SPOTstop.com
     
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    What about HP-Compaq NC6000: 14" with Radeon 9600

    Bostjan
     
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