You are not logged in.

#26 2006-11-22 01:19:00

Kenetixx
Member
From: /unvrs/mlkywy/earth/aust/home
Registered: 2006-09-09
Posts: 258
Website

Re: If you could buy any laptop..

If i could choose any laptop id build it myself from scratch and put what ever i wanted in it, the best of the best .

I wouldnt touch a MacBook unless it was on the Power PC chip, the new ones are an over glorified plain old intel machine nothign more,


http://binaryritual.net

There is no spoon.......

Offline

#27 2006-11-22 13:51:27

Snarkout
Member
Registered: 2005-11-13
Posts: 542

Re: If you could buy any laptop..

I'd buy a t42 with a hi-res monitor.  I hate my t43.

[edit] I rescind this statement.  My t43 and I are friends now.  Thinkpad FTW.


Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth.
-Albert Einstein

Offline

#28 2006-11-25 15:11:14

Mr.Elendig
#archlinux@freenode channel op
From: The intertubes
Registered: 2004-11-07
Posts: 3,709

Re: If you could buy any laptop..

lessthanjake wrote:

The professional notebooks from FujitsuSiemens looks nice(not like the ThinkPads) and also has a good building quality. The cheep one from FS is just palstic crap. I own a LIFEBOOK P7120, it maby too small for you, but replasing the dwdrw with a seconary batery you get a silent ultrapotable pc lasting all day long(6-9h depending on usage):
http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com/products … ook_p.html

Another nice looking model is this one, maybe more your size Q2010:
http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com/campaign … q2010.html
http://www.fujitsu-siemens.com/Resource … 398809.jpg

I got one of those "profesional" acer laptops. And the only good thing I can say about it, is that the screen is readable outdoors.
The screen got marks from the keyboard, the keyboard layout is ***** (sorry, but i realy realy hate it) and it's heavy for it size, without providing the expected build quality.


Evil #archlinux@freenode channel op and general support dude.
. files on github, Screenshots, Random pics and the rest

Offline

Board footer

Powered by FluxBB