Originally Posted by g0dfr3y
Are you really that lazy?
Yeah, I guess I am.
If I get an external monitor, I'll be plugging it in and unplugging it a lot. Several times per day, every day. Being able...
Are there any monitors (Dell or otherwise) that connect via USB plug, not just VGA? If so, are there any disadvantages to using a monitor this way?
I'm guessing it would be easier to connect a monitor with a USB plug, rather than...
Originally Posted by The ArchAngel
Bah, if you want ULV, you should look at the X1. Personally, 5 hours of battery life with my 8-cell is sufficient.
Bah, I want LIGHTWEIGHT, not extra battery life. ...
I just got back from a SonyStyle store. Took a look at the TX 670 (the only TX they had).
The weight was amazing. Truly amazing.
The screen was nice, but not amazing (to me). In the "normal" 96 dpi setting, text on the...
Originally Posted by proh
The sz premium is about a pound lighter, 3.5lbs on the sz and 4.5lbs for the 700m with extended battery.
I just took a look at them. True, the SZ is lighter than the 700m --...
Originally Posted by Johnmcl7
The distance the keys move from their normal position down to their 'trigger' position - since the TX is very thin, the amount of travel on the keys is very small.
I just came back from a trip to the mall... I was comparing the 710m to the Sony Vaio TX.
I mentioned to the Dell guy that I liked the 710m, but wished it were as light as the Vaio TX. He said he heard a rumor that Dell was coming...
Originally Posted by cap't.kirky
Add to that the fact that the optical drive on an X1 is not built in.
True, but that's not as important to me as the PC Card slot, since I really want that broadband...