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#1 carsrus


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Posted 23 July 2009 - 02:55 PM

ok, so i have decided on a new laptop and giving my old one away. since i know nothing about laptops, i need some advice on what kind of memory and everything to get on one. just going to be using it for home use and downloading music on. i would prefer a good brand name like hp, dont know what toshiba is like. i would feel guilty if i didnt buy local and radio shack is the only option besides wal mart. so can you guys help me?

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 23 July 2009 - 03:50 PM

If you are going to be resticted to local purchase...then all you have to do is survey the wares available and choose from what's available.

I suspect that Walmart will have more laptop options than Radio Shack...I guess that I didn't even know that RS sold computers...these days.

Actually, you would probably be better advised to check out the online wares of those two vendors, rather than going with what happens to be available locally.



Limit your options only when you don't care or there is something to be gained (not lost) by such.


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