I've bought all my Dells' through small business. The only time there was a problem was when I called to get the discount I was promised on a printer and there is a business with the same name I use and they had everything confused.
Without sounding mean, what did you expect? The Pentium 4 was NOT NOT NOT designed to be in a notebook computer. So you run out and buy a laptop top with the P4 and it overheats. Big surprise. I sat next to a guy with a HP P4 lappy...
Originally Posted by darthjones
I thought about the hardrive bottleneck issue so I tried tranferring using an ethernet cable. Transfers between my laptop and my computer using an ethernet cable are actually twice...
I would only buy an XPS if it was clearance. It's overpriced any other way and a 9100/9150/XPS 400 system is damn near the same bang for a lot less buck.
I am biased towards Dell. My 8200 will soon be 4 years old and I haven't had a...
My 9300 can run circles around my Dimension 8200, but I prefer using the desktop at home because of the natural keyboard. The lappy is growing on me though so I expect it will become the primary in due time.
Originally Posted by maddbomber83
That's why I joined the military right after high school rather than go to college. The military gives you the patience to sit through and DO something to improve your life...
I find the 9300 huge and love it. The size makes it really easy to work with. It's lighter than my 1100.
Anways, there isa better dell on www.gotapex.com today for the E1705. Check the outlets you should find a good deal there as well.
Originally Posted by sandyph
if you like computer programmin, dont go for the mainstream ones like J2EE or .Net, 9 out of 10 CS graduate can do that easily thus making you JACSG (Just Another CS Graduate)