laptop for mom
i am looking for decent laptop for my mom's next birthday on this month...
what do you recommend?
i think about netbook but i think bigger size is better such as 15" or 17" because i prefer better quality of video card and audio card...
my mom will use it for mainly stream video... and msn/skype...
how about this
Buy Acer [LX.PKQ02.021] Acer Aspire 4810TZ-4982 Intel SU4100 3GB 250GB 14IN BT Win 7 Home Premium Olympic Edition Notebook (not better than lenovo)
Acer Aspire AS5517-1515 Laptop PC & Bell Turbo Stick Bundle | Laptops - English | TheSource.ca <<< ??? available in bc?
looks like your budget is in the $600 range. That is a minefield full of very sad performing AMD based CPU laptops. Stick with something Intel based and you will be fine.
really? ok i will stick to intel-based laptop...
i never know that i3 is releasing...
well the budget is not big deal because i thought expensive laptop is little overkill for my mom... and she is just beginner...
btw thank you for some tips...
how about this
NCIX.com - Buy Lenovo Ideapad G550 Intel T4300 3GB 250GB 15.6IN Webcam Windows 7 Home Premium Notebook Black 6CELL - 2958ACU In Canada.
NCIX.com - Buy Acer Aspire AS5732Z-4437 Intel T4400 3GB 320GB 15.6IN HD Windows 7 Premium Bilingual Notebook - LX.PGU02.154 In Canada.
NCIX.com - Buy Acer Aspire AS5740-5367 Intel Core i3 330M 3GB 320GB 15.6IN HD Windows 7 Premium Bilingual Notebook - LX.PM902.151 In Canada. vs gataway at above post... hmmm
Well, I suggest you to go look at them first hand if possible. It hard to judge built, screen, keyboard qualities without testing it first hand. With that said, anything Intel will do.
Lenovo is generally a good brand but it's hard to say about a $500 laptop just what kind of build quality to expect. Having said that, if your mom is going to be using it mainly at home and not traveling you don't need to be too concerned about build quality imo, so somethign from Lenovo would be a good buy.
If it will be at home most of the time and plugged in, you might consider a larger screen so 15.4" and up.
Consider Asus, too, as they have some laptops in the $600 range but maybe not many choices.
Also, I think some Sony Vaio models are around there but if you can afford a bit more, I think they have some i5 models.
I don't know about the Lenovos. I only like the Thinkpads and not too sure about Ideapads or whatever they are calling them.
I think Asus and MSI are the best out of the lot and Acer laptops are cheaper but don't usually receive good ratings quality wise. Be sure to inspect any potential laptop in person if possible.
i thought that lenovo is part of ibm... but the battery life is pretty low... 4 hours... (or 3 hours for acer and other links above)... honestly i would pick lenovo (duo core at price)...
yes sometime, she will carry outside... depend on her schedule...
i never be fan of sony (msi, asus and dell too) but the price and feature are reasonable then i am okay with it...
Yes lenovos are eseentially IBMs. 4 hours is not low battery power for a 6 cell battery on a 15" laptop. If you are comparing it too some kind of ultra low power netbook than yes it's low, but I will be VERY impressed if that lenovo's battery actually lasts 4 hours lol.
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