• All-in-one touchscreen PCs.
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i read it and then countered with what i think is a more sensible way of getting what he wants
Check out the Sony L Series. Has all the specs you want. Its not out yet though, but the price seems to be reasonable.
[QUOTE=lazyV;17779155]Read the thread. I've been looking at models with Core 2 Quads, GTX 240Ms, 8GB RAM, Blu ray.[/QUOTE] yes it it a Q9000 At 2.00 correct? that is a LAPTOP quad, and the M on the gpu means MOBILE [url]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834147996[/url] see quad core in a laptop, they use laptop parts because of the low voltage/power requirements hell I mean you can get a G51, and install a touch screen it requires a little work but there are guides
[QUOTE=JohnEdwards;17789259]yes it it a Q9000 At 2.00 correct? that is a LAPTOP quad, and the M on the gpu means MOBILE [url]http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834147996[/url] see quad core in a laptop, they use laptop parts because of the low voltage/power requirements hell I mean you can get a G51, and install a touch screen it requires a little work but there are guides[/QUOTE] 2.3. Still drastically better than what's in netbooks.
G71V has a Q9400 The same parts won't run better if they are in a different case, that is just silly
Never suggested that, all I'm saying is I have an EEE 1000H as my laptop and I wanted an as aforementioned PC. [editline]08:51AM[/editline] Narrowed it down to the HP Touchsmart 600 or the Sony Vaio L. Waiting for prices before I finally decide.
My experiences with both HP and Sony VAIO have been bad :/ My HP laptop ran very hot, and sony vaio was just shit specs for £1000.
Looks like an imac. It's probably to attract 'arty types'.
Get a tablet pc, more portable
Using a touch screen will become extremely frustrating since after a few minutes of usage, you'll easily be faster than the PC.
Read the fucking thread guys. I get excited every time I see new posts here, stupidly thinking that someone might actually have some good advice.
[QUOTE=lazyV;17828850]Read the fucking thread guys. I get excited every time I see new posts here, stupidly thinking that someone might actually have some good advice.[/QUOTE] The all-in-one pc concept is understandable, but the touchscreen part is a expensive gimmick, that'll most likely be ignored after 3 days of use.
[QUOTE=Van-man;17833733]The all-in-one pc concept is understandable, but the touchscreen part is a expensive gimmick, that'll most likely be ignored after 3 days of use.[/QUOTE] touchscreen means it integrates a mouse and keyboard into it as well [editline]12:22AM[/editline] so it's even more all-in-one
[QUOTE=Van-man;17833733]The all-in-one pc concept is understandable, but the touchscreen part is a expensive gimmick, that'll most likely be ignored after 3 days of use.[/QUOTE] All-in-one and touchscreens seem to go hand in hand. Find a pc that fits my needs from the OP.
[QUOTE=lazyV;17840844]All-in-one and touchscreens seem to go hand in hand. Find a pc that fits my needs from the OP.[/QUOTE] That explains it, though I'll leave that to other persons, since I'm mostly experienced in high performance builds.
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