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 04/26/2005 07:43 PM
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Forbes2000
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I'm looking for a notebook primarily for large database applications: Excel, Access, etc. I don't need multimedia or graphics -- just speed and storage. A wide screen would be nice too, for seeing large tables. And, I won't be doing much travel, so portability and weight are not an issue. It will be connected to a cable modem through a wireless broadband router. Speed, storage, security a must.

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 04/26/2005 08:40 PM
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Decembermouse
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HP Pavilion zv6000:
Win XP Pro
4000+ processor (don't know if you'll need THAT much power for Word, but it's sweet anyway)
get the brightview WIDESCREEN
A gig O' ram
the 100 gig HD, if you need that much storate
The DVD writer, depending on how you want to back up your data

PLEASE get the better of the video cards, you will not be sorry you did.


OR, the comparable HP Compaq R4000 series witih similar specifications.

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ASRock M3A785GMH/128M
Phenom II X4 925c2 @ 2.80GHz (95W)
OCZ Platinum PC3-1333 2x2GB 7-7-7-21
WD5000AADS
Raidmax RX-500AF
Check it out.
 04/27/2005 10:32 AM
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Use an external Firewire based 3.5 inch 7200 rpm drive, or better yet, an external SCSI based drive w/ a good PC Card adapter. These drives will be much faster than the fastest drives that can be built into your laptop.

While proc speed will be important, for heavy database applications, you could trade off proc speed for investments in a SCSI drive and see significantly better performance.

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