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WOW the starting prices are $100 cheaper thanks...you saved me money lol.
LOL! No problem! You will also get much better customer service too!
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post #22 of 27
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Yeah I don't wanan get to nervous about Oh no it's my ram etc...need to upgrade...xD
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Trying to decide if my laptop needs a bluray player...and that 95% color screen....:/
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it adds like 200$ for my customization lol the screen to begin with is 1600x900 then the upgrade +50$ is 1920x1080 super glossy then the 95% color is matte which is 1920x1080 for +50$ more....
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I personally want the 1920x1080 screen, but honestly it doesn't matter all that much IMO, 1600x900 is still a bigger screen than I worked with up until last year, and in fact, they are BIGGER screens than any of the computers at my college have (Macs for photoshop, HP workstations for 3D, with dual monitors).

They are nice, but you have to be weary of the lure of "cool things". You are still in high school. If this was going to be your source of income; ie you were out in the working world doing independent contracting for your work I would recommend it. But yeah.

Keep costs low, you are still young.
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I personally want the 1920x1080 screen, but honestly it doesn't matter all that much IMO, 1600x900 is still a bigger screen than I worked with up until last year, and in fact, they are BIGGER screens than any of the computers at my college have (Macs for photoshop, HP workstations for 3D, with dual monitors).

They are nice, but you have to be weary of the lure of "cool things". You are still in high school. If this was going to be your source of income; ie you were out in the working world doing independent contracting for your work I would recommend it. But yeah.

Keep costs low, you are still young.
it's just hard it's my first laptop I want it to be good and an early investment and last a while.
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it's just hard it's my first laptop I want it to be good and an early investment and last a while.
Nothing you buy now will make you happy all four years of college if that is what you are after lol. Just sayin.
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