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I was wondering, how much more will the Sandy Bridge i5-2500 give in performance & reduction in Power Consumption vs the i5-750, anyone?

I didn't know if it would be worth getting a SB i5 Laptop or not..

Granted this is my first laptop ever, as I rather detest micro technology, I need one now for my business, so I want to make a good decision, I'm concerned about $ vs Performance & Battery Life the most...

I'm still not convinced I need a laptop, considering I can carry around 4 X 16 GB USB Flash Drives for most of my needs..
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*Bump*

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i think to early to tell. tho where was some pics floating around..
http://forum.notebookreview.com/alie...y-wanna-c.html
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please do not bump your own threads unless it has been 24hours since the last reply

sandy bridge mobile cpu's will bring a nice performance boost both in terms of battery life and performance (turbo 2.0)

and it really depends on your budget, what kind of things your doing on your laptop etc
lol, SB laptops won't be officially out till at least mid-next month thanks to the p67 chipset flaw
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please do not bump your own threads unless it has been 24hours since the last reply

sandy bridge mobile cpu's will bring a nice performance boost both in terms of battery life and performance (turbo 2.0)

and it really depends on your budget, what kind of things your doing on your laptop etc
lol, SB laptops won't be officially out till at least mid-next month thanks to the p67 chipset flaw
dell just relisted there xps line with em but they don't ship to march 15th or so, pricing wise atleast with dell there the same as previous I(x) laptops
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please do not bump your own threads unless it has been 24hours since the last reply

sandy bridge mobile cpu's will bring a nice performance boost both in terms of battery life and performance (turbo 2.0)

and it really depends on your budget, what kind of things your doing on your laptop etc
lol, SB laptops won't be officially out till at least mid-next month thanks to the p67 chipset flaw
Sorry for being such an impatient loot..

I know they are not out yet, but my question is, is it worth getting them over say the old ones, which are cheaper????


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dell just relisted there xps line with em but they don't ship to march 15th or so, pricing wise atleast with dell there the same as previous I(x) laptops
I'd never buy a Dell or HP/Compaq, no thanks... Toshiba offers much better deals..
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Sorry for being such an impatient loot..

I know they are not out yet, but my question is, is it worth getting them over say the old ones, which are cheaper????




I'd never buy a Dell or HP/Compaq, no thanks... Toshiba offers much better deals..
hehe don't worry
i get impatient sometimes as well
but its worth noting down

umm well it depends on your usage
you still haven't told us what you plan to use your laptop for........

I do knwo for a fact that many Sandy bridge refreshed laptops will fit into the arrandsdale/clarksdale price points ie the acer 3830TG expected to come out within the next 2-3months will be around the same price as the 3820TG that its replacing
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