Laptop Advice

Asus P5kpl-vm desktop board
January 24, 2011 at 10:23:53
Specs: Windows 7 Ultimate x64, C2D2.8GHZ/4GB
I have two options
1. DELL 15R (N5010)
Specs: Corei3 380 2.53Ghz
2GB RAM
320GB SATA HDD
15.6" HD (1366x768) Screen (LCD Not LED)

2. HP Probook 4520S
Specs: Core i3 370 2.4Ghz
2GB RAM
250GB HDD
15.6" LED Brightview (1366x768) Screen (LED)

HP Costs me 47500 PKR while the DELL costs me 49500 PKR (2000 PKR is not much difference here but it is some difference and I can spend that money on a cooling pad) so please tell me which one do you recommend and which one would you get if you were in my place. Which one is more durable.

PLEASE HELP.


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#1
January 24, 2011 at 12:54:28
Spec wise they aren't much different, personally I would go with the Dell (Slightly better i3), difference in storage doesn't even matter. Go for the best bang for your buck. The "sturdier" machine i feel is the probook though, better construction. Not to sound like a used car salesman but go to a computer store and look at those models or comparable ones and you can feel the quality in a lot of the machines. If it feels flimsy it usually is. For example hold an Inspiron then hold any Lenovo product and you will definitely notice a difference.

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January 25, 2011 at 05:32:48
Hey. I got the DELL. A friend had an HP Probook and another had a DELL Inspiron slightly older model. The Dell being a year old atleast and the Probook being 2 months old. I liked the DELL better. The quality of Dell was amazing compared to Probook. Anyways thanks for the advice and time.

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#3
January 25, 2011 at 08:46:22
Agalpha, change your signature. The link doesn't work and that could be viewed as spam. If you want to help, you're welcome, but don't spam please.

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January 25, 2011 at 09:09:18
Sorry. I entered the address incorrectly. Now its working.

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