Posts Tagged ‘laptops’

Top Rated Desktop Replacement Laptops

To find the best desktop-replacement laptop for you, check out our list of top rated desktop replacement laptops below:

Asus W90Vp-X1: The Asus W90Vp-X1 is the desktop replacement laptop with the no-nonsense gamer in mind. Rather then rely on a flashy chassis the laptop features pure processing and graphics power which includes a 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T9600 processor and two ATI Radeon HD 4870 graphic cards in a CrossFireX configuration, each with dedicated 512MB worth of RAM.

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Affordable Refurbished Laptops – HP Laptops

The trend of buying used laptops is getting popularity among people. Laptop users prefer to buy used laptops rather then buying Brand new laptops, because they get used laptops at much cheaper price, as compared to new ones. And thus it saves them a lot of money.

The only problem n buying used laptops is which manufacturer laptop has to buy. In my opinion, HP is a well-known brand name in laptops manufacturers. They are very famous for their high quality products. They are well known in both Desktop and Laptops, and due to their highly trusted brands, they are mostly preferred by customers to buy used HP laptops rather then buying new ones.

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The Asus Eee PC is a Great Mini Notebook PC With a Funny Name

OK, the first thing I’ve got to ask is what kind of name is “Eee” for a mini notebook PC? How do you pronounce it? Do you just say it like a really long “e”? If I walk into a computer store and ask for one they’re going to think I’m Crazy Guggenheim. (Yeh, I know you don’t who Crazy Guggenheim is. That’s because you’re too young. Just Google him so I can move on. YouTube would probably be better.) All kidding aside, I just may be walking into a computer store and asking for the Asus Eee mini notebook PC anyway.

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Buying Computer Surge Protectors – 5 Tips For Best Purchase

Buying computer surge protectors seems simple enough, right? yet what appears to be a straight forward purchase really requires a little in depth research, especially considering the average computer costs 1-3 thousand dollars. What’s important then is having enough information to make a smart purchase versus just taking the information on the label at face value.

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