Originally Posted by Cutters
There is no logic in purchasing an integrated graphics system whether desktop or laptop as dedicated graphics are available for both now, it adds to the computers performance and resale. More than you need now is less than you'll regret later. As a system builder I have encountered many people who have made this mistake, my advice is quite sound Dr. Spock and Dr. Seuss. If you look past the days of "PONG" you would realize that a good graphics card is just as essential a choice as the processor.
So basically, your position is; "is so, is so" and then call people names? As a "system builder" who has encountered "many people" who now regret not springing for that tumescence causing vid card, would it be possible to share how many of these poor people there are and who they might be?
Let's be generous and say Dell just sells just 1000 700m per week, do these "many people" you speak of in your experience as a "system builder" amount to a number anywhere close to 1000 per week?
I propose that if you are unable to produce "many people" who will aver that they regret currently owning a laptop with integrated graphics that you are a simpleton blowhard clown who likes to pop off on internet boards about things he knows nothing about.
You made the statement, prove it or forever be known as the simpleton blowhard clown of NBF.