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If you are going mobile with the notebook, you may want to consider a Centrino - since they consume much less battery power. If, however, you are going to keep it plugged into the wall, any processor will do. Most modern laptops are equipped with way more horsepower than you need for just surfing the web, emailing and constructing the odd document.
Also get the newest wireless protocol - that is 802.11 N (not G this is old).
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
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