I think im going to go with the Shuttle PC for now,
I found some deals to make this for 900 dollars:
Athlon 64 3400
1 Gig xms corsair 400
eVGA 6800 gt
shuttle xpc barebone
forget the dvd drives name
I suppose this...
Thats the site for dual monitors app /w ethernet.
Based on what you guys have said, I might do the following:
Buy a 3790 or CL56, then a desktop when it becomes obsolete in 2-3 years
Im guessing its...
Hello, im looking to buy a Sager 3790 or aka the ODM Clevo M37EW.
Theres a bunch of other names of it on other reseller sites, and those are fine as well.
Need at least:
5400 rpm drive
any os, please...
Hmm.. I dont mind lugging a shuttle pc around, those are pretty small. We do have lan parties about 2 times a month, but its not that hard to bring the mini pc over. I could also ship over the pc since its so small.
Have any of you...
Ive been tied between getting a desktop and a cheap notebook or getting a gaming notebook with good battery life for a long time now.... Im going to use it for school notetaking, media projection, some graphic design, and gaming.
The Intel Sonoma launch event is tomorrow and I plan to stop by and take a look. Does anyone know the exact time the event is taking place or exact place inside the San Francisco Ferry Building?
Ill post pictures and details later on.
Yeah, I definately hope theyre coming out with a similar model, but with the new Pentium M's like the other companies are doing. Id much rather get a Sager than a Dell or an overpriced gaming laptop retailer.
Im definately buying one of these- but only if it comes out this month or early February :/
Anyone know the price range on these babies?
*Eurocom /w x800 /sweat I dont want to know how much that will cost
Where do you guys plan...
I think you should wait for the sonoma/alviso chipset. Its a better investment since it wont go obsolete faster than the other computers because of the replaceable GPU. Well ok, maybe this only applies to gamers . But it takes sometimes...