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14.1" or 13.3" laptop

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I am undecided on 14.1" or 13.3". Anyone tried both and have some good advice? I don't know if I should go for the 13.3 for a little better portability.
    
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On Mobility-13.3
On Performance-14.1
Videos + Movies + Pictures-14.1
On Higher Graphics-14.1
I choose 14.1
    
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I would go with 14.1 since it still is portable but still has a better display than 13.3.
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Acer 3820tg 13.3" with an i5 and a 1gb ati 6550, or even the i3 with 1gb 5650 which I use to own. That's a pretty potent mix. you get the portability and power. it might only be 1366x768 but its hard to pass up the i5/6550 for the price. and because there's no dvd drive they stuck a second exhaust there so the cpu and gpu have there own fan each and there own separate, large, exhaust vents so the thing stays super cool and quiet


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My sig rig is probably the most powerful 13.3" laptop out there. i7 CPU, 6630m HD graphics card. It runs everything as smooth as butter at 1366x768.
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