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Hello, it's me again.

I'm kind of tired of lugging my Sager NP8130 around (its heavy and big) so I kind of want to get a laptop just for school use. The most intensive game I would ever play on it will probably be Tetris or something, I dunno. SO.

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Budget: Something around 1000$. It's not that much, but I'm not asking for much.

Country: Canada. Vancouver, if you need the specifics.

Usage: Typing stuff, taking notes, watching videos. Not much.

Brand Loyalty: Nope. I do prefer Sager but I am pretty sure they don't have a laptop like this.

Screen Size: Maximum 15.6". I really do want a smaller laptop, so I would prefer something around the 13.3" size. That's more reasonable for a laptop I use to type anyways.

New or Refurbed/Used: I prefer new.

How long should the battery last: Should be a decent amount. around 4-5 hours just idle would be cool. Outlets everywhere around school so shouldn't be a problem.

Games: None. Tetris, Frantic, Bubble Tanks. In-browser games are my life.

OS: Windows. What else?

Styling: I would LOVE to have a thin and light laptop. My friend has a Sony VAIO Z which is thin and extremely light and it's beautiful. It's perfect except for it's 2200$ price tag.

Special Hardware: No preference. a blu-ray reader is a bonus but not required.

Anything else: the hard drive size doesn't need to be big. I really really want a thin and light laptop, almost like an ultrabook but without the extravagant price tag. It's probably pretty hard to find something.

I was looking at the Asus Zenbook and I found a review of it but I'm not quite sure if it's a good laptop.

Thanks for your help!
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The thing that comes comes to mind is the Asus Zenbook. The HP Envy Spectre. Is also gorgeous. http://www.hp.com/united-states/campaigns/envy/envy14_spectre.html
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I'm kind of a Toshiba/Portege fan after getting my R835, it's really nice and lightweight (3.2 pounds). If you want an ultrabook, this is the lightest, and one of the few that have a backlit keyboard (Asus Zenbook and Acer S3 definitely don't). http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/toshiba-toshiba-portege-13-3-ultrabook-featuring-intel-core-i3-2367m-processor-z830-00k-silver-z830-00k/10182803.aspx?path=f9c957c907c436601eeb899c3ae08615en02
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The thing that comes comes to mind is the Asus Zenbook. The HP Envy Spectre. Is also gorgeous. http://www.hp.com/united-states/campaigns/envy/envy14_spectre.html

Those aren't for sale yet. OP, if you're interested in a 14" laptop, the Toshiba Satellite R845 is pretty nice (it's really a Portege, don't let "Satellite" scare you off). It weighs 4 pounds, like 9 hours of battery life, about 1" thick, DVD burner (could swap in a 9.5mm Blu-Ray drive for ~$150-200).

Didn't find the R845 in Canada (its only $750 for an i5 model in the US), but this R840 is similar. http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/toshiba-toshiba-tecra-14-laptop-featuring-intel-core-i3-2310m-pt42fc-00k003-black-tos-pt42fc-00k003/10174426.aspx?path=55fe491a83e0e0bb820c96c1146b8e69en02
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I'm kind of a Toshiba/Portege fan after getting my R835, it's really nice and lightweight (3.2 pounds). If you want an ultrabook, this is the lightest, and one of the few that have a backlit keyboard (Asus Zenbook and Acer S3 definitely don't). http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/toshiba-toshiba-portege-13-3-ultrabook-featuring-intel-core-i3-2367m-processor-z830-00k-silver-z830-00k/10182803.aspx?path=f9c957c907c436601eeb899c3ae08615en02
Those aren't for sale yet. OP, if you're interested in a 14" laptop, the Toshiba Satellite R845 is pretty nice (it's really a Portege, don't let "Satellite" scare you off). It weighs 4 pounds, like 9 hours of battery life, about 1" thick, DVD burner (could swap in a 9.5mm Blu-Ray drive for ~$150-200).
Didn't find the R845 in Canada (its only $750 for an i5 model in the US), but this R840 is similar. http://www.bestbuy.ca/en-CA/product/toshiba-toshiba-tecra-14-laptop-featuring-intel-core-i3-2310m-pt42fc-00k003-black-tos-pt42fc-00k003/10174426.aspx?path=55fe491a83e0e0bb820c96c1146b8e69en02

Wow, those laptops look really nice (and provide quite a good bank for the buck).

I'm sorry to say it but I'm not really a fan of the thicker upper and lower bezels, I had them on my (now dead) m11x and they annoyed me a lot.

EDIT: I'm really just considering the Zenbook because that seems to fit in exactly with what I need. Just a clarification though: do all Sandy Bridge mobile processors come with the HD 3000, or do the lower-end ones use a less powerful variant of that. I don't think it specifically advertises it on the website.

EDIT2: Okay, scratch my question above. I just dove into the Sandy Bridge wikipedia page and it says all the mobile processors in the Sandy Bridge line use HD 3000. All's cool. I think I'll get the Zenbook when some sort of sale happens.
Edited by AznRage - 2/2/12 at 10:09pm
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Wow, those laptops look really nice (and provide quite a good bank for the buck).
I'm sorry to say it but I'm not really a fan of the thicker upper and lower bezels, I had them on my (now dead) m11x and they annoyed me a lot.
EDIT: I'm really just considering the Zenbook because that seems to fit in exactly with what I need. Just a clarification though: do all Sandy Bridge mobile processors come with the HD 3000, or do the lower-end ones use a less powerful variant of that. I don't think it specifically advertises it on the website.
EDIT2: Okay, scratch my question above. I just dove into the Sandy Bridge wikipedia page and it says all the mobile processors in the Sandy Bridge line use HD 3000. All's cool. I think I'll get the Zenbook when some sort of sale happens.

Sounds good, did you look at the Portege Z830/Z835? It's only $1000 flat in the U.S. for i5 version, idk about Canada. The upper and lower bezels really aren't that big on any of the Porteges. I've compared it side-by-side with an M11x and they're noticeably smaller on my Portege. Also, the height with lid open is roughly the same, perhaps a little shorter with the Portege.

EDIT: And here's this review, they give the edge in favor to the Z830 over the Zenbook. And you can also check the endless forum thread of Z830 owners. http://www.notebookreview.com/default.asp?newsID=6384&news=ultrabook+head+to+head+asus+zenbook+toshiba+portege
http://forum.notebookreview.com/toshiba/610559-new-portege-z830.html
And Zenbook thread.
http://forum.notebookreview.com/asus/582672-asus-ux31-ultrabook.html

Interesting post here: http://forum.notebookreview.com/toshiba/610559-new-portege-z830-116.html#post8248373
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Don't go for a Toshiba. I've had 3 in my family, I refuse to recommend them to anyone.

HP makes an ultrabook called the folio, its a business class super thin ultra book. Its $999 off HP's website, but you can save at least $100 buying from a reseller.

http://www.amazon.com/HP-Folio-13-1020US-13-3-Inch-Laptop/dp/B006OEL86Q

Under $900 on amazon, and you won't pay tax or shipping. 1.6 GHz i5, 4 GB of RAM, and a 128 GB SSD. They're supposed to hit 9 hours of battery life too.
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Don't go for a Toshiba. I've had 3 in my family, I refuse to recommend them to anyone.
HP makes an ultrabook called the folio, its a business class super thin ultra book. Its $999 off HP's website, but you can save at least $100 buying from a reseller.
http://www.amazon.com/HP-Folio-13-1020US-13-3-Inch-Laptop/dp/B006OEL86Q
Under $900 on amazon, and you won't pay tax or shipping. 1.6 GHz i5, 4 GB of RAM, and a 128 GB SSD. They're supposed to hit 9 hours of battery life too.

That's not an Ultrabook (weighs 3.3 pounds - spec is 3.1), and my Portege is lighter. I love my Portege so far (3+ months, and I got it used), and if you'd look at the Notebookreview forums you'd realize there's a lot less problems with the Z830 than the UX31.

And then look at the HP Folio thread. 45 posts in 3 months, they all must be so enthused. http://forum.notebookreview.com/hp-compaq/625174-hp-ultrabook-hp-folio-13-a.html
 
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Wow, there are some good suggestions so far.

Here are some more:

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX35816

http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX36271
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There's that Lenovo X220 which is 12.5", has up to 23 hours of battery and is just over 3lb. From what i've seen, they seem to be nearly indestructible (and are sub-$1000).
There's also any of the new "Ultrabooks" from 'intel' (intel idea, made by Asus/HP/etc.).


And yes, the Sager 15.6" are insane to carry. I take mine with me every day to work (~15 min walk + 15 min bus, each way), and its a bit of a pain. Never slows down though, which is a plus.
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There's that Lenovo X220 which is 12.5", has up to 23 hours of battery and is just over 3lb. From what i've seen, they seem to be nearly indestructible (and are sub-$1000).
There's also any of the new "Ultrabooks" from 'intel' (intel idea, made by Asus/HP/etc.).
And yes, the Sager 15.6" are insane to carry. I take mine with me every day to work (~15 min walk + 15 min bus, each way), and its a bit of a pain. Never slows down though, which is a plus.

Yep the X220 is a tank we just got them for school and there just the right size for moving around with, Have great battery life 23hrs is a stretch but I'm getting 6-8 at max brightness and about 10-12 at half and are pretty good performance wise my only problem is that my it department put 32 bit windows 7 on it it also has a light above the web cam for using it in the dark it's just a nice feature in my opinion but if you have lots of classes in dark rooms then its great.

If you want an example ot their strength one of the larger kids in my year sat on theirs and after sitting down realised. They then proceeded to get up and find that it was un-scathed.

Canadian Lenovo: http://shop.lenovo.com/SEUILibrary/controller/e/webca/LenovoPortal/en_CA/catalog.workflow:category.details?current-catalog-id=12F0696583E04D86B9B79B0FEC01C087&current-category-id=E2C0268653E05D7E3A0F68A430227336&action=init

Id get the I3 model and upgrade it to the I5 and then later down the track if you want an SSD buy one and install it your self looks like it'd be fairly easy and you could get a 300gb one instead of a 160
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