Help me find a good laptop deal!
I'm wanting to buy a laptop, as cheap as possible. At least 120gb drive if not better, and 2gb memory. So far from what i'm finding Acer seems to be the cheapest. Any experience with them?
TFOAF's is melting.
I've always heard they weren't that hot. What are the specs and price? Usually there are some pretty good Dell's on eBay for around $600.
[quoteb3f454120f="JKirk"]I've always heard they weren't that hot.[/quoteb3f454120f]
FOAF's is getting quite hot.. lololllll
and nobody seems to be giving him advice on what to do.
FOAFY's is an ASUS, not an Acer. P
Acer is decent, but is definitely a budget brand. I wouldn't spend a lot on one, but for limited use they tend to be okay.
as always - I suggest checking www.delloutlet.com
Yeah, mine's an ASUS, not an Acer.
Asus is a really nice brand; I don't know how TFOAF managed to break it.
[quoteb14fe52acd="Daggoth"]Asus is a really nice brand; I don't know how TFOAF managed to break it.[/quoteb14fe52acd]
I didn't break it. It's just overheating for whatever reason.
I have the Acer Travelmate 8200. Bought it about a year and a half ago. So far its been great. It was a great value for the hardware (back then), and its it hasnt had any problems so far.
Only thing to think about is that the laptop produces quite a bit of heat, so the fan exhaust is quite hot. It's really not a problem though.
[quote6bf2818196="doylnea"]as always - I suggest checking www.delloutlet.com[/quote6bf2818196]
I think I might go with one of those. It might be a bit more expensive, but there's some pretty nice ones on there.
What i'd really like to do is get a Macbook Pro, but I don't have $2000 haha
[quote538fc5fb54="TFOAF"][quote538fc5fb54="Daggoth"]Asus is a really nice brand; I don't know how TFOAF managed to break it.[/quote538fc5fb54]
I didn't break it. It's just overheating for whatever reason.[/quote538fc5fb54]
Maybe you were on it too much.
[quote43d562e7a3="samz465"][quote43d562e7a3="TFOAF"][quote43d562e7a3="Daggoth"]Asus is a really nice brand; I don't know how TFOAF managed to break it.[/quote43d562e7a3]
I didn't break it. It's just overheating for whatever reason.[/quote43d562e7a3]
Maybe you were on it too much.[/quote43d562e7a3]
Yeah probably too much pr0n's
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check out NewEgg. They have great deals. Dells are horrible though IMO.
dead mr doylnea
[quote751a031203="ForceBucks"]Dells are horrible though IMO.[/quote751a031203]
Why do you say that? I've always heard good things about Dell laptops...
Check your local Best Buy. I was in there today and they were discounting several models (including floor models) so that they could make room for new ones. ) There were several models under $600.
[quote8340501a83="TFOAF"][quote8340501a83="Daggoth"]Asus is a really nice brand; I don't know how TFOAF managed to break it.[/quote8340501a83]
I didn't break it. It's just overheating for whatever reason.[/quote8340501a83]
I was just thinking about how you could fix that. I didn't come up with anything though roll