Laptop Purchase

  Issy 15:18 24 May 05

I am researching budget laptops for my grandaughter and would like to know whether it would be better to buy the Tiny Powerlite C780 or the HPpavilion 3000+.
The Tiny has more RAM and hard drive but the graphics are better on the HP.Are 64MB Intel Integrated Graphics good enough to play most games on?

  Technotiger 15:40 24 May 05

Hi, personally I would steer clear of Tiny - HP are fine, but 64mb integrated graphics is not a lot for games playing. A graphics card with at least 128mb, perhaps a Radeon, would be a lot better.

No doubt others will come on in a while with their suggestions.


  Technotiger 15:42 24 May 05

ps - we can give better advice if you could let us know how much you are budgeting on.

  961 15:44 24 May 05

look at the Dell website for special offers

  Technotiger 15:46 24 May 05

Me again - also check out laptops at click here

Happy hunting.

  woodchip 16:03 24 May 05

Check out the Aries it's a 3-years RTB Warranty click here

  Technotiger 16:16 24 May 05

Hi all - budget price range is A£600 - A£700.

not sure if that is Australian Pounds or what, but I think the answer to that will be forthcoming
from Issy.


  Technotiger 16:17 24 May 05

Have a look at the site I mentioned above - they have a good selection within your price range.


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