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Offline Mamoru
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« on: May 24, 2011, 01:34:45 am »

Well, I've built a custom PC last year. But I'll need a notebook for my study..
So I've been searching for the past few days. The biggest con is that I'm limited to Dutch/European resellers.
Somehow those notebook graphic are all better than my PC's :P
Probably because my PC has its integrated and 2 PCIe x16 slots for expansion. :roll:
Now that I think of it, I seriously need to expand the RAM..
Anyway.. Here's what I came up with from a Dutch reseller:
(translated to English)
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   P•BOOK 15CL35-GT555 QUAD   USB 3.0 / FULL HD / GT555 2GB            
      Display: 15.6 inch FULL HD LED Glare TFT, (resolution 1920x1080)    
      **NON-Glare + Protector (15 inch)
      Graphics Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT555 2Gb GDDR3 + Optimus Technologie (batterij-besparing via Intel HD Graphics)    
      Graphics Card: Intel® HD Graphics (2nd, powersaving card), enabled when NVIDIA is disabled   
      Chipset: Mobile Intel® HM65 Express Chipset    
      Processor Sany Bridge (max 45W - QUAD): Intel® Core™ i7-2630QM 6Mb Cache, 2.00 GHZ (2.9GHZ Turbo mode / Quad Core - 8 threads)    
      **Thermal Paste: Artic Silver (CPU + VGA cooling up to 6 deg C)    
      **RAM DDR3 1333 (slot 1): 4GB OCZ High Performance Gaming DDR3-1333MHz    
      **RAM DDR3 1333 (slot 2): 4GB OCZ High Performance Gaming DDR3-1333MHz    
      **Harddisk: 500GB 7200 rpm+Shock Protection (Max MB/s 80 read / 75 write)    
      Optical drive SATA: 8x DVD+/-RW Dual Layer + DVD-RAM    
      Wireless + Bluetooth Combo: BTO® Wireless, Single Band BGN (2.4GHz), 150MB + Bluetooth combi-card
      **Battery 15CL35 - 17CL35: 9 Cell high capacity battery, 11.1Volt - 5600mA - 62.16Wh (circa 30% prolonged life)    
      USB ports: 2 x USB 3.0 + 2 x USB 2.0
      Display ports: 1 x D sub 15-Pin VGA port
      HDMI port: for external LCD scherm / HD TV    
      Webcam: Built-in 1,3MPx + Mic
      E-SATA Port
      Keyboard including numeric pad (US international, QWERTY)
      LAN: 10/100/1000 GigaBit Ethernet (RJ45)    
      Cardreader: 7-in-1 card Reader (MMC/SD/MiniSD/MS/MS-Pro/MS-Duo/MS-DuoPRO)    
      Audio: Realtek sound card with HD Audio    
      Audio: Built-in Stereo speakers    
      Audio: Mic-in, Speaker out + Digital out (SPDIF)    
      Measurements: 374mm (W) x 250mm (L) x 25mm~37mm (H)    
      Weight: 2.6 Kg    
      **Warranty: 3 years carry-in (i.p.v. 2 jaar carry in garantie)    (+€30)
      **PIXEL warranty HD+ / FULL-HD: 30 day pixel warranty, system is extensively tested. (+€60)    
      Cleaning TFT: BTO TFT Cleaningcloth, Microfibre.    
      !!!: FREE BTO bag + USB mouse + mousepad + stereo in-ear worth 39 euro    
     ** Changed compared to original configuration found here:        
     Subtotal  excl. VAT      € 937    
     VAT      19 %    
     Total    incl. VAT         € 1115,03

I didn't pick any Windows OS and therefore there's no OEM cr@p on it either.
Still got the Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit I used for this PC and I can probably run Linux on it too.
Hmm.. I'd rather have it cost around €1000.
Not sure if the extra year carry-in warranty is necessary...
And I have no experience with the €60! Pixel warranty at all.
Those two would save almost a hundred €. Will you share your stories and advice? :)
Will be needing this in September so there's plenty of time... (for prices to drop :D)
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Offline Mamoru
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« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2011, 09:08:02 am »

 :shock: Same configuration costs € 1144 today.. Anyway, I think that the pixel warranty is worth it. I don't think I wouldn't forgive myself when I get one that someone else *with* the warranty didn't get :P I still have 'till at least November to place my order. Maybe I'll go and have a look at their workshop some time. Any haggling advices? :lol:
Offline Cleo
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« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2011, 10:28:25 am »

/create ring_generic Cha 100
Offline Mamoru
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« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2011, 10:35:11 am »

Thanks :D
The all-risk insurance that's not included in the price costs €199 for 3 years btw..
And the second battery isn't included either
... Why do them things have to be so expensive.. wait don't answer that.. :smug:
Offline ddhanna
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« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2011, 10:23:20 pm »

what is the main purpose for this laptop.....? :shock:
Offline Ghost

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« Reply #5 on: May 25, 2011, 02:07:38 am »

what is the main purpose for this laptop.....? :shock:

You mean: What is the purpose of this insanely expensive laptop. My laptop is sweet and im only renting it for 20 USD a week. Its not bad.

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