Originally Posted by dellbert
9% brighter than the LG? Were you using a photo meter, or are you just pulling these numbers out of your butt?
I'd say it's fairly safe to apply occam's razor in this...
Originally Posted by joseyu
If you are doing some serious video editing, then I would suggest the 7200rpm drive, at least 512MB RAM and also the fastest processor you can afford.
Dont upgrade to anything...
Originally Posted by petri
2.0 usually equals about a 3.4-3.6ghz P4 in gaming benchmarks. In other tests like content creation and encoding it will perform lower due to the lower clock speed.
It should be noted that this trusted review is neither a review, nor trustworthy. It is from looks probably a paid advertisement.
From my experience, any source that explicitly suggests that it is 'trustworthy' generally isnt.