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It does say in this review that it's hyperthreaded. (: Is it the same modelnumber but with variation, or what? I don't quite get you Can you post some kind of a link to this i5-laptop?
Oh, my bad, sorry. The i7 version is also hyperthreaded. But I still say get the i5 because of the small energy use and longer battery life, plus you get a faster chip. The i5 is a very capable chip, my GFs laptop has no issue playing all the games I want.
post #12 of 24
1215N for sure. Dual core CPU, played MW2 and Black Ops perfectly on native screen resolution at medium, and only a 12.1 inch screen. It was only $500 too. Great laptop for the price.

It even plays Crysis
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1215N for sure. Dual core CPU, played MW2 and Black Ops perfectly on native screen resolution at medium, and only a 12.1 inch screen. It was only $500 too. Great laptop for the price.

It even plays Crysis
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my Thinkpad T500 that i bought can play crysis at medium to high settings, although it runs a little hot.

although I dont think they sell them anymore, a lot of the newer y-series have some gaming capability but they are more expensive.
   
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my Thinkpad T500 that i bought can play crysis at medium to high settings, although it runs a little hot.

although I dont think they sell them anymore, a lot of the newer y-series have some gaming capability but they are more expensive.
those were good laptops, but the y series is way better now and totally worth the cost.
post #16 of 24
i got my m11x R1 for $450 (before tax) from delloutlet. it has a GT 335 GPU, it can handle basically anything out there. has an 11.6" screen and has great batterylife.
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yeah as much as most alienware's are over priced you can actually get some good deals on the m11x's and they would seem to fit the bill (although not overly slim and light)
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i got my m11x R1 for $450 (before tax) from delloutlet. it has a GT 335 GPU, it can handle basically anything out there. has an 11.6" screen and has great batterylife.
I would still go for the y560, it is a better deal for a computer that is more powerful. I looked at the alienware m11x and I was no impressed at all. The HD 5730 is considerably better then the 335m
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I would still go for the y560, it is a better deal for a computer that is more powerful. I looked at the alienware m11x and I was no impressed at all. The HD 5730 is considerably better then the 335m
no doubt's there, it is more powerful

but it doesn't fit the OP's wants all that well besides the gaming performance

it is decent sized, fairly heavy, more expensive, and the battery life is not that great
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Sager np5160?
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