Originally Posted by ChadZ
I own a Sager NP5760-V and its motherboard just broke on me for the second time. This caused me to look into things a little (before I paid no attention). I read that Sager's...
Originally Posted by radav
So I'm getting ready to replace my 3 year old Dell XPS M170. It's about time to replace it and I've decided to stay away from Dell this time around. I have had some issues with this...
Originally Posted by Fxi
Nice looking design and nice to see mobile quad core with a SLI config. But a Nvidia chipset? Hybrid SLI which MS officially says is "unstable and will not be supported in Vista or...
Originally Posted by State.Ops
other than the dual 9800 they seem to be copying hps lead. maybe some others will to for true hd
CLEVO is one of the last companies to produce well built, high quality and...
Originally Posted by Djembe
Netbooks and "thinbooks" are definitely aimed at opposite market segments. Netbooks are aimed at average consumers who want a small cheap computer to carry around with them,...
If you spend four thousand dollars on a desktop they ought to give you a laptop. Alienware has nice hardware and bling to boot, however, you can easily purchase a CLEVO or SAGER laptop for HALF the cost of an Alienware laptop. It is...
Originally Posted by doggie96
sager 5720- may want pcmcia sound card
m5700- LOOK OUT! > http://www.notebookforums.com/showthread.php?t=121602
Originally Posted by Darth Vader
Thanks to everyone!
With Vista coming sometime this year perhaps, would it be better to go with Home (price) and not pay $50 or $100 for the other versions?
Originally Posted by RedDogMan
Several articles out the past several days that state that Vista will not be released until January 2007. If they are rescheduling the roll out of Vista again ... then I would not...
Originally Posted by Garbuckle
I didn't know MCE had poor networking (not that I use networking that much), or that you don't have to activate Pro. I have 2 versions of MCE; I bought an OEM version which requires...