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Which is better laptop deal?

Hi
i m wondering about which laptop is the best

1.lenovo
Processor Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T6500 (2.1GHz) CACHE 2MB
Operating System Windows XP Professional (Vista Business Recovery Media)
Display 15.4'' W (1280 x 800 )WXGA Glossy w/ VibrantView
Memory 3 GB DDR2 667 MHz
Hard Disk 250 GB 2.5'' SATA HDD (5400 rpm)
Optical Drive DVD Multi Burner
Graphics Intel GMA X4500 Integrated Graphics

2. HP
processor core 2 duo T8300 (2.4GHz) CACHE 3MB
RAM 2GB ddr2 800 mhz
HDD 160GB
GRAPHICS INTEL GMA X3100
WINDOWS VISTA BASIC
Display 15.4'' W (1280 x 800 )
Optical Drive DVD Multi Burner

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  • amiraljaberi Jul 10, 2009

    yes, 2.4 is better but the first one has much better graphics.

    thx

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Hi !!

Ofcourse 2.4 ghz is better than 2.1 ghz but its not a very big difference if price difference is more than 100$ than go for first one else second one is good and the most important thing i want to mention is that it all depends upon your needs you havent mention for what purpose you are going to purchase. But both are enough for gaming, daily use and for techie as well.

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Hi amira.... i prefer to choose the lenovo...there both intel core 2 duo processor... but in there OS have difference.. the memory its bigger than the HP.. i base my opinion by its memory...thank you very much....

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