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IS THIS A GOOD DEAL? (CENTRINO NOTEBOOK)

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  1. docfever

    docfever New Member

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    Hi there................ I was intrested in buying a centrino based note book,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    1. Is this a good deal for 55000?
    2. Can a ISDN line be run on this notebook?
    3. Can the Graphics be improved over 64 MB video memory?

    Product Code :
    ZENITH Strategist Laptop
    CPU+ Cache:
    Intel Pentium-M Processor,
    1.5 GHz with 2 MB L2 Cache
    Chipset :
    Intel 855GME+ICH4-M
    Wireless : Built in Intel 2200BG Wireless Mini PCI with
    antenna for 802.11b and 802.11g wireless LAN communication
    System BIOS :
    Flash EPROM (Include System BIOS and VGA BIOS)
    ACPI 1.0b,
    DMI 2.3.1 compliant
    Memory :
    256 DDR 333-SDRAM
    Expandable upto 1GB
    Two 200-pin DDR SDRAM Memory Module,
    ROM Drive :
    24X10X8X24X DVD ?CD Writer
    Combo Drive (8x DVD & 24x CDWriter)
    HDD :
    30 GB Ultra DMA ATA-100
    Ext. FDD :
    Supports External Optional FDD USB I/F;
    3.5" Format for 720KB/1.2MB/1.44MB
    Display :
    15.4? WXGA+ TFT display; Resolution: 1280 x 800
    Video Controller :
    Integrated Intel Extreme Graphics2 64MB SHARED
    Keyboard :
    19mm pitch/3mm stroke,300mm length
    Pointing Device :
    Touchpad
    PCMCIA :
    Type II x 1 PCMCIA slot
    Audio System :
    Sound Blaster Pro compatible
    Built-in mono microphone
    Supports AC97
    2W Woofer & 2 Speakers
    I/O Ports :
    Standard USB2.0 port x 3, RJ-11 modem port x 1,
    RJ-45 Lan port x 1 ,DC input x 1,VGA monitor port
    x1,Headphone jack x1,Mic-in x 1, IEEE1394a Port x 1
    S-Video Out Port (7 pins)x 1 (NTSC/PAL)
    Communication :
    Built-in 56Kbps V.90 MDC modem
    Built-in 10/100 Mbps LAN
    Battery : Li-ion User swappable
    AC adapter :
    Universal AC adapter 60W ; Input: 240V, 50Hz AC
    Dimensions :
    353.8x250 mm, thickness 25 mm
    Weight :
    2.5 kg
    Accessories :
    Power Cord, AC Adapter, RJ-11 Phone Cable, Manual,
    System Driver CD, Carry Bag
    Certifications :
    0.S Support :
    Support PC2001 Specification,
    Designed for Windows XP
    Windows 200 Prof, Windows XP Home/Prof
    Carry-In-Warranty : One-Year Comprehensive Carry in Warranty.
     
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    blade_runner New Member

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    Seems like a good deal for 55k. However hi-end gaming wont be possible, If you crave gaming then get the MSI Megabook with radeon 9600 mobility gfx. Costs around 70k i think.
     
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    i agree with blade-shared graphics memory isnt good enough 4 high end gamind. else it seems like a decent config. and as 4 ISDN, since u need an ISDN modem, u hav 2 connect it 2 ur laptop if it's an external 1. i dont know if u get PCMCIA cards 4 ISDN modem. u could look at other similar options frm dell.
     
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    nice for normal useage.
     
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