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Buying a notebook

Hi..could you please suggest me some good notebooks..not too expensive..my requirements are atleast 80gb, 1.6 or higher processor,webcam,bluetooth,atleast 1gb ram,intel core 2duo,dvd writer,,and other basic things...also let me know whats the difference in intel core2duo and amd processors..and if amd is worth as compared to intel..
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Here is the link to the cheapest laptop seller in Europe, hope it can help.

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Please go for this my friend has bought its rockz man
Compaq Presario V6700TX series Operating system

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  • Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium (32-bit)
Processor
  • From: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T5450 (1.67 GHz, 2MB L2 Cache, 667MHz FSB)
  • Up to: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T7250 (2.00 GHz, 2 MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
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  • Pentium Dual-Core Mobile Processor T2330 (1.6 GHz, 1MB L2 Cache, 533MHz FSB)
Display
15.4" WXGA high-definition widescreen with BrightView s.gif Display
15.4" WXGA high-definition widescreen display with BrightView Dimensions
14.05 (L) x 10.12 (W) x 1 (min H)/1.69 (max Hbuying a notebook - s.gifimg src="http://i.fixya.net/uploads/images/s.gif" alt="s.gif" class="h_mi" /> Dimensions
14.1 (L) x 10.11 (W) x 1.29 (min H)/1.58" (max H) Weight
5.99lbs
Weight vabuying a notebook - s.gifby configuration s.gif Weight
6.4 lb.
Weight varies by configuration Communications
Available Intel PRO/Wirelesbuying a notebook - s.gif5ABG network with optional Bluetooth s.gif Communications
802.1buying a notebook - s.gifwireless LAN Broadband wireless
N/A s.gif Broadband wirelessN/A Graphics
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 s.gif Graphics
PCI expansion

Expansion port 3 connector PCI expansion
N/A Memory
From 1.0GB to 2.0GB DDR2 SDRAM s.gif Memory
From 512MB to 2.0GB DDR2 SDRAM Hard disk drive(s)
Up to 160GB 5400 rpm Serial ATA hard drive
Price $789.99*
regards-balisonu79

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