Originally Posted by pplepiew
Hmm, the absence of WUXGA is kind of a deal breaker for me, especially if other resellers will be offering it. (Eurocomm et al)
Does the fact that it has 4 SO-DIMMs mean that the comp can have as much as 4GB of DDR?
Is it as high as the Dell?
Btw, am I paranoid or does having a built-in Subwoofer just seem kinda iffy...I always think of notebook subwoofers as things that'll shake and rattle my comp more than it should ever be shaken or rattled. I think I would've been happier if they'd left that out and just used the extra space for cooling...
Also, having an S-Video video-in, does that mean you could, say, plug an x-box onto your comp and play on it? Does this mean that TV is now dead, long live the computer era?...yeah, I'm still a newbie when it comes to notebook shopping...
We don't know if their information is true. And Go-l I wouldn't put it past them to say its UXGA and ship you a SXGA (heh).
Usually the subwoofer is attached to the tv tuner. So dont buy it if you dont want a subwoofer. TV..I have a 50 and a 32 ...my pc is hardly going to replace those..but if your in a small room or dorm and limited on space..sure why not with the optional tv tuner..
Hey Ogre is it time to make a who will be king thread? :P
To whomever asked the question of why P4 in PCIE first..well its intel's techonology..I don't think Intel would make PCIE and say here AMD..you go with it first, we'll sit this round out heh..
Anyone have any idea the price difference between the P4 3.4 and 3.6.. I heard 3.6' and up are far better, heat and performance wise...