Friday, October 15, 2010

Your New Laptop (Promoted Post)

I am shopping for a new laptop and the dual monitor one that I wanted is still unavailable to normal people. Plus, I am kinda rethinking the portability of that box.

Check this one out: Get an Acer Aspire 5551-4937 - 15.6 in. Notebook, AMD Turion II P520 (2.30GHz), 4GB DDR3 Memory, 320GB HDD, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit for $449.99, a $130 Savings!

Dude, I remember my first laptop, a Dell Inspiron 3000. Seems like it had a 233mHz processor, a ten gB harddrive, maybe 128 mB of RAM, and no burner. If I am not mistaken, it cost about four grand.

Then I bought a Micron that was about three times as powerful as the Dell, at a cost of about three grand.

I had a Gateway, another Dell, and finally I bought the Compaq that I currently use. They all cost way more than this Acer. Of course, the Acer has marginally better specifications than this Compaq, but my burner no longer works and mine doesn't have a webcam. Not that I really NEED a webcam, but it would be cool to have. Plus, the Acer has double the front-side bus that this Compaq has and has Windows 7 Home Premium.

The Compaq runs XP, but did y'all try out that damned Vista crap? Dude, that reminded me of Windows Millennium. What a dog.

Anyhoo, if you buy one of these, I get a check. I will like you if you do something that sends me a check.

And while you are it, you ought to grab you some 4.7 gB DVD spindles. Check this: Get a TDK DVD+R 16X - 4.7GB, 150 Discs (3-50pk Spindles) for $22.49, a $58.51 Savings! (exp. 10.18.10)

Personally, I only need about twelve of those 3-packs for archiving.

Please take the time to comment.

6 comments:

Paul J. said...

Unless you're in need of a laptop for gaming or processor intensive tasks, I can't recommend an Asus EEE netbook more.

It's my favorite toy right now.

It would be my second favorite toy if I owned Jen Sterger.

paul mitchell said...

Paul, this Acer has plenty good specs for me to run AutoCad and Revit. Those are pretty math-y intensive, you know? Maybe not as much as Halo or one of those....

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paul mitchell said...

Who in the world doesn't enjoy reading Geller's stuff?

Well, other than Joy Behar.

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