Originally Posted by SimpleTech
Try backpacks, briefcases, or any type of bag/case that can hold a laptop.
Being a student; having a Ultrabook would be suitable as I already carry 3-4 books at a time, leaving very little room for a normal size laptop.
my bag is 20" across, 4" thick(when empty). i could easily fit 2 of my laptops in there along with books, gym wear and all the other crap i haul around.. i dont see how 1" would make a difference, unless you like want your bag to be slightly slimmer too?
Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er
Mid Range cards now ~ 80GB/s+ Bandwidth. System RAM if DDR3-1600 ~ 12Gb/s which is very low.
ddr3 chip bandwith has little to do with the ddr3-1600 (or any other) specification. gddr5 chips are the exact same silicon as ddr3(which have raw speed of 12,5gb/s @ 1600mhz per chip
which means potential 100gb/s per average module) , the speed difference lies in the bus protocol. Fancier integrated graphics dont go over ddr3 bus (nvidia and amd both have their own proprietary technology for this, hypermemory or something) and to reduce latency also have a dedicated frame buffer. While the bandwidth doesn't reach anywhere close to dedicated video solutions its still multiple times faster than 12gb/s