Ok, Im looking for a Laptop for mostly working when I am at home (I can get into my companys server and upload files), web browsing,email, music download, and internet games, I came across at a sears a HP ZE5575SR reduced to 899.99, since its a demo they will give me 10% plus They are having a Storewide 10% sale and I have a coupon for 30.00 even clearance items. So basically its 20% off the 899.99 plus minus another 30.00 bucks which brings me to about 731.00 with taxes included. But is it worth it, is it a piece of junk ? any help appreciated 
Intel Pentium 4 2.3 GHz
256 MB (DDR SDRAM)
15.1 in. XGA TFT Active Matrix
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
XGA TFT Active Matrix
Display Max. Resolution
1024 x 768
Hard Drive Capacity
Storage Controller Type ...
Max Supported RAM
CD / DVD
CD / DVD Type
Audio Output Type
Headphones, Sound card
Network Adapter, Wireless Access Point
Data Link Protocol
Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b
Looks fine. Not a top-of-the-line system, but more than enough for what you need it for. Don't expect the battery life to be too great, and I would look at getting an extended warranty if you plan on keeping it for awhile. If you plan on moving it around a lot, you might want to look at one that's a little lighter.
quote:Originally posted by Aleman
[br]Looks fine. Not a top-of-the-line system, but more than enough for what you need it for. Don't expect the battery life to be too great, and I would look at getting an extended warranty if you plan on keeping it for awhile. If you plan on moving it around a lot, you might want to look at one that's a little lighter.
Thanks for the Input, Yep i know not top of the line i was looking for a P-M system, would be my preferance but for the price, I may look around today for something a bit better.
quote:Originally posted by ReverendDC
[br]If you intend to do anything that is graphics oriented, you might want to consider a system with a better graphics solution, as I can only assume this one has an integrated solution.
He said he played "internet games" do you mean games like Halo or Counterstrike, played online, or did you mean flash and shockwave?
GPU cooling (100°C->75°C)
Mods in progress:
8600c to 8600 keyboard swap (to get the eraser head).
Tweaks: Radeon 9600 pro (337/242) at 400/300