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Um, it has the option for the AMD E-350 right under, LOL. It'll add $40 to the cost, but it's definitely worth it.

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sorry for the ninja edit. I don't want to double post.... being drunk doesn't excuse that. lol
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sorry for the ninja edit. I don't want to double post.... being drunk doesn't excuse that. lol
Heh, don't worry. It happens to everyone. Still, though, I think for its current price the X120e is a steal.
    
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I got the Acer's Acer Aspire AS5253-BZ60 From the monster sale TD is having on it. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...989&CatId=4938

no compliants


It can do Light gaming and play hd videos, all I need for when my current rig is folding.
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Why are you even looking at getting the E-350? IMO, it's an absolute rip-off on every front. The $350 netbooks with SU2300 processors that came out in 2009 are at least 25% faster.

...Maybe I've been out of it for a while. Are we spending more for the same performance now?
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Why are you even looking at getting the E-350? IMO, it's an absolute rip-off on every front. The $350 netbooks with SU2300 processors that came out in 2009 are at least 25% faster.

...Maybe I've been out of it for a while. Are we spending more for the same performance now?
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The SU2300 is around 10% faster, and those netbooks you mention are absolute dogs when it comes to handling graphics. If you get one of those, you're basically giving up tons of graphics performance for a bit more computational performance.
    
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If you get one of those, you're basically giving up tons of graphics performance for a bit more computational performance.
Ironically, my sister has one of these:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16834146708

And although it was nice, she could never watch fullscreen HD videos, even on youtube, I couldn't play Left 4 Dead 2 without wanting to break the thing in half either. Though this was more of a personal gripe. Granted they are nice, and probably less expensive at this point. But at this day, you want to get the best you can when it comes to netbooks. They already aren't going to deliver spectacular performance.

Maybe it's me, but personally I would go E-350 > Atom Dual + ION2 > SU2300 (celeron )
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Ironically, my sister has one of these:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16834146708

And although it was nice, she could never watch fullscreen HD videos, even on youtube, I couldn't play Left 4 Dead 2 without wanting to break the thing in half either. Though this was more of a personal gripe. Granted they are nice, and probably less expensive at this point. But at this day, you want to get the best you can when it comes to netbooks. They already aren't going to deliver spectacular performance.

Maybe it's me, but personally I would go E-350 > Atom Dual + ION2 > SU2300 (celeron )
Yeah, definitely. GMA 4500 is a no-no.
    
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Ironically, my sister has one of these:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16834146708

And although it was nice, she could never watch fullscreen HD videos, even on youtube, I couldn't play Left 4 Dead 2 without wanting to break the thing in half either. Though this was more of a personal gripe. Granted they are nice, and probably less expensive at this point. But at this day, you want to get the best you can when it comes to netbooks. They already aren't going to deliver spectacular performance.

Maybe it's me, but personally I would go E-350 > Atom Dual + ION2 > SU2300 (celeron )
Going by CPU performance alone though, the SU2300 is 19% faster than the E-350. I'd never get a low-end machine to game anyway. I just figured that, since the SU2300 came out in 2009, there would be something better nearly 2 years later in the price range.

Guess not.

Coincidentally, my sister also has a netbook with the SU2300.
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Going by CPU performance alone though, the SU2300 is 19% faster than the E-350. I'd never get a low-end machine to game anyway. I just figured that, since the SU2300 came out in 2009, there would be something better nearly 2 years later in the price range.

Guess not.


Also, even if it were, it's irrelevant. You will not be using an ultra-portable for CPU intensive tasks, but Zacate is noticeably quicker than Atom in everyday tasks. The same cannot be said for Celeron Dual-Core CULV over Zacate. Graphical performance is more than just for gaming, and is much more useful to the average consumer.

You'd have to be mad to not be willing to give up a tiny bit of CPU performance for a huge amount more GPU performance.
    
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Also, even if it were, it's irrelevant. You will not be using an ultra-portable for CPU intensive tasks, but Zacate is noticeably quicker than Atom in everyday tasks. The same cannot be said for Celeron Dual-Core CULV over Zacate. Graphical performance is more than just for gaming, and is much more useful to the average consumer.

You'd have to be mad to not be willing to give up a tiny bit of CPU performance for a huge amount more GPU performance.
Er, if not productivity and general multitasking, what WOULD you use an ultra-portable for, especially one that costs between $300 and $500? CPU performance is one of the ONLY important aspects, second only to hard drive performance. I find a fast CPU makes every little thing you do noticeably snappier; compared to Atom, the SU2300 is something like 5-6x faster if you take into account Super Pi times.

As far as GPU's, it doesn't make a difference for me. A GMA 950 is good enough to watch full 720P videos on a 1080P resolution without a hitch. I don't watch Flash in full screen but I'm aware that's an issue. In general though, that GPU performance is unhelpful for every task a student would do.

Also, here's the proof:
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_look...00+%40+1.20GHz
...Why would you say the SU2300 is weaker when you didn't even know how well it performs?
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