Hey guys, I'm looking to buy a laptop for college right now, somewhere in the sub $2000 level. I hear great things about crystal view, which is supposedly better than sony's own Xbrite technology, which makes me so interested in Fujitsu. As great as Fujitsu's screens are however, what's the quality like of the internal components, in regard to the C series notebooks? The website doesn't state the RPM speed of the hard drive and also the video card does not have dedicated RAM but instead uses the allocatable kind which I know isn't great. But I'm not a huge gamer, so the best video card is not a must. However, I hear bad things about Sony Vaio and their build issues. But can any of you speak on behalf of the longevity or the quality of the components used in the Fujitsu C series when compared to the IBM T Thinkpads or the Toshbia Tecra M2? Thanks a ton guys!
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7/18/04 at 4:27am