good review dude
i`m in love with it as well
i dont get it !!! i`ve been using it for about 5 months and i still cant get enough of it
BTW - what do you mean by shock mounted 60GB ? i replaced the 100GB 42000rpm stock...
Originally Posted by gavinh
if its bad to store them dead and its bad to store them 100% whats different with 20-30%?
yeah !!! i would like to know why as well
cause i keep my battery seperate and...
Originally Posted by don_sebasto
Hey just got the most amazing lappie the Fujitsu N6010 . I love this lapppie and quality is amazing and the screen is so bright and clear. Evreyone that saw it are amazed of...
Originally Posted by shboyles
Here are my benchmarks on the N6010 i had for a couple months:
I had 1gb memory, 100gb 5400Rpm drive, 3.2ghz p4
Latest omega drivers with some overclocking
Originally Posted by Jeff326
Just ran my first 3DMark03 on her and she posted a score of 3240. Not sure if this is in line with what a lappy withe her specs should do. Any thoughts?
hummm i overclocked...
emmm ... yeah i noticed that they didnt provide any - funny aint it ? i use nero anyways...
also this is one of the few laptops i`ve come across that hasnt no infra red !!!!
anyways i dunno what harddisk you got - this lappie kicks...
Originally Posted by Promethe
Is TV tuner works in PAL system or only in NTSC?
And how can I buy this model in EU (or is there any N6010 "brother" for European Union)?
And how with Sonoma-and-X800...
Originally Posted by kent1146
Can't be done. A PCMCIA card like this will need drivers to read / write to it, and that requires that a base OS be loaded first.
You might have a chance to use an onboard USB...
i was hoping to buy a creative Audigy 2 ZS PCMCIA cause everybody says that its good
but i`m not sure of the alienware sound spec...and i dont have time since i got a lecture in a few minutes - but most probably the PCMCIA is better -...
is it possible to boot from a 74GB SATA Drive + SATA enclosure + SATA PCMCIA card ?
i have the above combination with a WD raptor 10000rpm (hehe it feels good to write it!) and a generic SATA pcmcia minus the enclosure, my laptop is...