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Just about to pull the trigger on Asus U36SD

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I made a thread a few days ago about a new laptop. There I decided to go for the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13" because it was on sale. Later I gave it some afterthought and looked closely at specs and figured out the entire thing is quite outdated; last gen i3, no USB 3.0 and so on. Therefore I slapped myself on the cheek and upped the budget, and currently I'm set with the Asus US36D.

http://www.asus.com/Notebooks/Superior_Mobility/U36SD/
Anything wrong with this choice?
Edited by Stefy - 10/30/11 at 4:37am
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"If you are a student that doesn’t have a ton of money to burn or even someone who just wants an inexpensive, highly portable notebook, ASUS’ U36SD is currently one of the best options available. It has that rare trifecta of portability, performance and price that so many people are looking for these days and for that we give it our Dam Good and Dam Good Value awards."

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/46691-asus-u36sd-a1-notebook-review-ultra-portable-affordable.html
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Ah sweet! Somehow missed that review.

That pretty much made my choice so much easier. Thanks!
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