Originally Posted by operaman
I just got an Inspiron 9200 with the following specs:
17" WUXGA (It is being replaced as we speak with a non-sparkly Samsung one)
Windows XP Professional
1 GB PC2700 RAM
80 GB Drive (Using my 40 GB 7200 instead)
8X DL DVD Burner
Intel 2200 Pro Wireless Card
All this for 1397...
Pretty Good deal huh??
As for the XPS2, it has great specs but the design is just too geeky. The whole XPS thing on the back of the LCD panel is just awful. I could not inagine showing up to an opera gig with that laptop. I would never hear the end of it. That, and I don't know about you guys but I am just not good enough at FPS Games to justify spending 3000+ to get a gaming laptop (I have just sold off my 9100 in my sig).
So this came as a relief to "finally" see the specs and pricing. Maybe I am stupid, but I am that much more happy with my laptop purchase in light of this... So 9200 owners be happy. At least our laptop looks nicer
Want a cookie???
Last time I check this is called www.notebookforums.com
like to repeat over and over again that I am an opera singer.com
You don't have to tell use over and over again about it - who cares, why don't you sing how about how lame you are to start a post llike this just to flame the XPS gen2. Everyone has their own need for certain laptops, but you don't have to put one down just to make you feel better.
As for me I have a 700m, but I don't feel the need to trash every new laptop that comes out to make me feel better, that's just the nature of technology.
If I saw you lugging around a 17 inch screen laptop to the opera house I might even laugh at you. Since my laptop weighs like 4 lbs and is so portable.
See how lame I just sounded trying to trash your laptop? Just be happy with your laptop and stop trying to start post flaming other people's choices.
*Feeds Operman's ego* Yea your 9200 is better than everyone elses laptop, everyone that has a different laptop from 9200 should be ashamed and bow down to Operman.
I'm guessing that's what your ego needed LOL, I guess that's how performers are.