Vizio Announces Sleek New 14" and 15" Notebooks Discussion

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  1. Charles P. Jefferies

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    einhander Notebook Deity

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    900 + free xbox = 900-200 = 700 lappy.
     
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    Never really understood the appeal of aluminum unibody. I'd take plastic polycarbonate any day.

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    ajreynol Notebook Virtuoso

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    It looks better and feels more solid.

    Not really hard to understand. But enjoy your plastic.
     
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    Aluminum unibodies feel nice. Consumers thus think its quality stuff, even if aluminum unibodies are heavy, lack durability, and transfer heat into your lap.
     
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    looking at the 14" the only flaw I see is potentially not being able to upgrade the RAM to 8gb.

    The "best in class" option with the i7/256gb SSD/8gb RAM for 1300 would be killer, no?
     
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    Nick Mr.Mischief

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    I could see myself purchasing the 15" model. I'm currently using an AMD A6 system, and it's fast enough for my light gaming needs. The Ivy Bridge CPU and GPU in these laptops should be more than fast enough.
     
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    Vizio? $898? Are these Walmart exclusive?
     
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