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That's pretty cool. What kind of car are you going to be getting?
How are you doing? I haven't talked to you for a while.
Yep and the yellow lab growled at my mom when she tried waking me up.
This was at 4am so i was pissed at the beagle but i always forgive it.
This morning the dogs were plotting against me and the beagle kept scratching at my door until i let it in and then both of them ran in and jumped on my bed before i could do anything.
They are amazing animals because they are much friendlier than cats and rodents based on my experience.
Yeah this dog loves to take my spot on the bed. It also occasionally sleeps on the second pillow and when i wake up i am always confused as to what is next to me.
It is a very loving dog. It loves to play fetch and it will sometimes sleep on your bed.
because its almost 7 years old. I forgot to reread it to make sure it made sense before i posted it.
I made a bet a while ago. Someone wanted a bet yesterday, but I turned it down.
Its as hot as a summers day in California. Its not the type of heat which would burn. Its just a bit hotter than a sexy girl on your lap.
the 15" version only got up to 100F at the base in heavy operation and the vent only vented 130F air.
Seriously theres no need! They are usually pretty well designed and the system will protect itself from too much heat by slowing/shutting down.
If you increase the screen resolution, then native resolution becomes a lot harder to do.
I looked at some benchmarks, the 17" $1350 one should be able to do between 25-30FPS average (estimate) in Crysis based on the fact that the HD 4850 mobility performs like a desktop HD 4830.
Because the Radeon 4850 is based on a much more powerful GPU. Its litterally twice as fast.
I say you should probably go with the 17" as your main machine. Its got a 1650/1050 screen which would make web surfing and strategy games easier to play. Its also more powerful and your needs seem to be desktop replacement rather than mobile machine so it fits the role perfectly. The $250 extra you have to pay makes sense if only for the better screen considering how its going to be used. The extra performance seems like a bonus to me.
So can you give me some more information?
1. Where will you use the laptop, is it going to be desk -> desk type use or will you want to go out and about?
2. Is this going to be your main system? Are you going to be using it for movies/games? If so would you want a larger screen?
3. Is it convenient for you to carry 5.6 pounds around with you? Would 7.35 be too much to be convenient? Also do you have the space to put it down at work?
4. Does battery life matter to you, or will it be plugged in almost always?