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Help me pick one.
trocadero




msg:932466
 7:22 pm on Dec 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

Hi guys,
I'm having a little bit difficult in choosing one of the two notebooks below:
HP Pavillion ZT1195 (PIV - M 1.5, 40GB, 512MB, 15 inch 1400x1050, DVD-CDRW, Wi-Fi, S3 Savage Pro 3D 16MB Share)
Sony Vaio GRX520 (PIV - M 1.6, 30GB, 256MB, 15 inch 1024x768, DVD-CDRW, ATI 7500 32MB Dedicated)
Which one should I take? The HP one sounds overall good but it has share video memory , I heard that sony is more reliable and durable.
Pls help me pick one guys.
Cheers.

 

SlyGuy




msg:932467
 5:21 pm on Jan 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

I would go with the Sony Vaio.

They make a very reliable laptop.

On the other hand, what about Dell? The Inspiron line come highly recommended. I also believe that Dell has some of the best customer service I've seen.

Cheers,

- Chad

bateman_ap




msg:932468
 5:25 pm on Jan 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

I personally buy Sony cos they are so beautifully designed, a bit underpowered though compared to others and that is why at work I spec Dell laptops, and yeah, I love their support.

We just got a whole load of dells with docking stations and lcd displays at work at a very good price from dell direct.

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