Well from what I've heard Sony has the best screens bar none. Primary examples are the TR line. Cant say much about my Vaio since its a barebones laptop so the screen isnt that hot. But hey the laptop itself is sexy.
Just wondering but are there any sites that did a review of these bags? I'm curious as to how some of these bags will hold up after pressure is applied, for instance in a packed bookbag with lots of books or heavy objects. Or even dropping it accidentally. Busy deciding over the Shinza, Booqbags Viper, Sfbag, and Sumdex ImpactGuard.
I would recommend a good backup/imaging software, ie. Ghost, TrueImage, etc. Theres the free antivirus like AVG and Avast. Not as nice looking as Norton/McAfee but less resource intensive and hey, its free.
W00t just what I was looking for. I'm trying to find a nice sleeve for my X505. Any recommendations? I'm currently looking at:
I found one somewhere but I cant remember the name of it now. Maybe someone does? It was a leather sleeve, had cutouts and I remember the price was like $124. The company name started with an "L". Something like Legerds? Legernds? Legrends?
Yep, I also have to say that if anything's good about Dell, its their keyboards. My old Inspiron 8000, imo had a better keyboard than Thinkpad, HP, Compaq, and as far as I know, my Sony X ( but then again that thing is almost like paper ). As much as I dislike Dell, I do like their keyboards, as do a few other companies that I know of that are of similar opinion.
Well not to add more fuel to the fire but, the Sony feels more like an ultraportable than the Fujitsu does. I have an X505 ( Japanese version ) though. I cant speak for the T series but it looks similar to the Fujitsu line. A little thinner and lighter. I'll be getting the Fujitsu P7010D soon hopefully. Supposedly it'll ship on 02/04 from Japan since I went and customized the ram to 1GB. I think customizing it delays it by a few days? Or thats what the sales rep...
I say get the Fujitsu. I have the Sony X505 and its a nice laptop. Just not that great on battery life. From what I've heard the Sony T line isnt that hot either. I think 1/2 the hard drive on the Sony is given for a "recover" partition. Sort of like a recovery cd except its on a partition. That way Sony doesnt have to provide CD's. If you install a clean install it voids the warranty.
I just recently ordered a Fujitsu. Bigger hard drive, much longer lasting...