Looking for ultrabook with hdmi, esata and nice screen

Discussion in 'What Notebook Should I Buy?' started by doctorwhite, Nov 22, 2012.

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  1. doctorwhite

    doctorwhite Notebook Enthusiast

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    What is your budget?
    500-1200

    What country will you be buying this in?
    USA

    What size notebook do you prefer?
    Ultraportable (11 - 12-inch screen)
    Thin and Light (13 - 14-inch screen)


    What brands do you like or dislike?
    Like: Lenovo
    Dislike: dell hp

    Would you consider a refurbished laptop?
    No

    What are the primary tasks you need this notebook for?
    Web Surfing, Office and Productivity Software, Listening to Music, Computer Programming, Movie Streaming and Viewing, Output Video to TV or Large Monitor

    Where will you be using this laptop?
    Will be used different places and Will stay on desk

    How many hours of battery life do you need?
    5

    Will you be buying online or in store?
    online

    Which OS do you prefer?
    Linux

    List the screen resolutions that interest you:
    Standard Resolution (1366 x 768)
    High Resolution (1600 x 900)


    Do you prefer a glossy or matte screen?
    Glossy or Matte is fine

    Is the laptops design important to you?
    Yes

    Approximately what date will you be buying this laptop?
    Around 01/01/2013

    How long do you want this laptop to last?
    4 years

    How much storage capacity do you need?
    160 GB

    Are you interested in SSD for storage?
    No

    Do you want a built-in optical drive, what type?
    DVD Burner

    The Lenovo T430u is nice but no esata port. USB 3.0 sucks.
     
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    ZaZ Super Model Super Moderator

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    If you like Lenovo, the X1 Carbon is worth a look. Other candidates might include the Samsung Series 9, Asus UX31, MacBook Air and IdeaPad Yoga.
     
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