is their a price difference?
post #21 of 42
6/2/03 at 10:13pm
|Originally posted by JoshBowers
So if the Nvidia is faster, and the Centrinos can keep up even with the newer chips, why would anyone want anything else? Sure it slows down when on battery, but who uses a laptop to play games without having it plugged in?
It's just strange, that if these laptops keep up in speed, are faster in some tests, and last longer on battery, why would anyone buy anything else? Like I said, I have to be missing something, or everyone would be buying a Centrino wouldn't they?
I appreciate the links and info, but it just seems like something is wrong.
|Originally posted by SStignei
Yeah I'm also planning on either getting a centrion proc or a 3.06 ghz pent. 4. But then I kinda think to myself there are power outlets everywhere in college and it's not like i'm going to be taking my lappy into my classa becuase I would think that the typing on the keyboard would distract students or the teacher.
Also why doesn't sager use the nvidia graphics if it's faster than ati's ?