I am after something along the lines of the Sony Vaio TX series. Must be light, small screen (10" - 11"), integral CD\DVD, 1GB RAM and duel core for preference. It is for someone who cannot be lugging a larger laptop around for very valid reasons.
We could go for a Sony, but I would feel happier with a selection to choose from, and preferably cheaper than the TX.
They come with 60GB HDs and a maximum of 1 GB (shared) RAM.The Pentium M processor is also old hat. I'd like one designed and specced within the last year please!Originally Posted by Midget
I dunno, the M400 looks ok, core2duo chips as well
I like the M400, although they are not as light as i would like. Managed to get a decent price on one too. But i was buying 155 in one go. Ive only got the 512Mb RAM ones, but id think it would be well woth the extra for the 1Gb RAM.
Corker of a Vaio about to end on fleabay:
what about this fuji T4215 (smal light and can be used as a tablet)
Slightly bigger with 12" screen size, Lenovo (IBM) Thinkpad X series are brilliant. Just leave the Ultrabase behind if you want to save weight.
the new vaio kool......
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