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[PF] T.J.
post Apr 16 2012, 08:44 AM


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QUOTE(Amal @ Apr 16 2012, 01:50 AM)
Howbout Samsung Q470 :

http://notebook.pconline.com.cn/testing/J_...03/2713966.html

14" 1366x768 with GT650M, weight around 2.2KG.
If you can handle the resolution, it should be ok. I think.  tongue.gif
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Wah, really a lot of goodies coming out laugh.gif
Thanks for sharing bro~~

Actually I'm just looking for a good, normal (non-ULV) subnotebook which doesn't need to have a dGPU tongue.gif
There's not much to choose from at the moment..

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post Apr 16 2012, 10:31 AM


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QUOTE(PF T.J. @ Apr 16 2012, 08:44 AM)
Wah, really a lot of goodies coming out laugh.gif
Thanks for sharing bro~~

Actually I'm just looking for a good, normal (non-ULV) subnotebook which doesn't need to have a dGPU tongue.gif
There's not much to choose from at the moment..
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Take the 12.5" Samsung lah laugh.gif
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post Apr 16 2012, 10:33 AM


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QUOTE(AlexLai @ Apr 16 2012, 10:31 AM)
Take the 12.5" Samsung lah laugh.gif
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I've seen it, and loving it to be honest haha
Just that I'm not very confident with their after sales support...
Which leaves only the Dell Vostro V131 and Toshiba Portege R830 tongue.gif
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post Apr 16 2012, 11:43 AM


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Regarding Toshiba Protege R830, what are the differences? as in is it only processor? main usage would be mobility, office usage of spamming outlook, word, excel and powerpoint as well as presentation to office.

Portégé R830-1004UB/UR/U, i5-2410M
Portégé R830-1056UB/UR/U, i5-2430M
Portégé R830-2007U, i5-2520M

I believe i5 would for sure be sufficient for such usage, what say you?
I manage to find http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Toshib...ok.55237.0.html which is the i3 processor, cant find the i5, any idea?

EDIT: found the i5, http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Toshib...ok.58664.0.html but it seems the i3 rating with % seems much higher in terms of average use.

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Just reporting on the notebook's power consumption for web browsing and minor application starts, one hour can eat up to 40% of the total available battery power with the screen brightness set to the third highest level.

**Acer V3-571G.

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QUOTE(PF T.J. @ Apr 16 2012, 10:33 AM)
I've seen it, and loving it to be honest haha
Just that I'm not very confident with their after sales support...
Which leaves only the Dell Vostro V131 and Toshiba Portege R830  tongue.gif
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Have you seen any complains about Samsung laptops around here? biggrin.gif

QUOTE(tjlau @ Apr 16 2012, 11:43 AM)
Regarding Toshiba Protege R830, what are the differences? as in is it only processor? main usage would be mobility, office usage of spamming outlook, word, excel and powerpoint as well as presentation to office.

Portégé R830-1004UB/UR/U, i5-2410M
Portégé R830-1056UB/UR/U, i5-2430M
Portégé R830-2007U, i5-2520M

I believe i5 would for sure be sufficient for such usage, what say you?
I manage to find http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Toshib...ok.55237.0.html which is the i3 processor, cant find the i5, any idea?

EDIT: found the i5, http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Toshib...ok.58664.0.html but it seems the i3 rating with % seems much higher in terms of average use.
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Pretty much processor, drive size and pricing.


QUOTE(TDUEnthusiast @ Apr 16 2012, 12:11 PM)
Just reporting on the notebook's power consumption for web browsing and minor application starts, one hour can eat up to 40% of the total available battery power with the screen brightness set to the third highest level.

**Acer V3-571G.
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Hmmm, battery life seems pretty alright for an i7. What's the battery size? hmm.gif
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post Apr 16 2012, 02:23 PM


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QUOTE(tjlau @ Apr 16 2012, 11:43 AM)
Regarding Toshiba Protege R830, what are the differences? as in is it only processor? main usage would be mobility, office usage of spamming outlook, word, excel and powerpoint as well as presentation to office.

Portégé R830-1004UB/UR/U, i5-2410M
Portégé R830-1056UB/UR/U, i5-2430M
Portégé R830-2007U, i5-2520M

I believe i5 would for sure be sufficient for such usage, what say you?
I manage to find http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Toshib...ok.55237.0.html which is the i3 processor, cant find the i5, any idea?

EDIT: found the i5, http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Toshib...ok.58664.0.html but it seems the i3 rating with % seems much higher in terms of average use.
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Yeah, different model with mere slight specification difference hmm.gif
The performance difference is not that much in between i5-2410/30/50M... so you might want to go for the older models since they will be much cheaper laugh.gif


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QUOTE(AlexLai @ Apr 16 2012, 02:19 PM)
Have you seen any complains about Samsung laptops around here? biggrin.gif
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Are there any Samsung laptops users here in the 1st place? haha tongue.gif


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hi guys..i need your help,.im planning to buy a gaming laptop..budjet is rm 4000 max..any recomendation for a laptop with highest specs with this price tag? thank you

1. Preferred Brand- any brand EXCEPT MACBOOK..important is gaming
2. Budget=rm4000max little bit higher fine with me
3. Usage=gaming, normal usage
4. Preferred laptop/screen size= anything, as long as powerful specs for gaming..

please help guys thanks
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QUOTE(AlexLai @ Apr 16 2012, 02:19 PM)
Have you seen any complains about Samsung laptops around here? biggrin.gif
Pretty much processor, drive size and pricing.
Hmmm, battery life seems pretty alright for an i7. What's the battery size? hmm.gif
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I'll check that later.

The temperature of the processor hovers around 42 ~ 46C without the Cooler Master NotePal U3 cooler, but in an air-conditioned room. Will check the temperatures in a non-air-conditioned room in the very near future.


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QUOTE(TDUEnthusiast @ Apr 16 2012, 03:25 PM)
I'll check that later.

The temperature of the processor hovers around 42 ~ 46C without the Cooler Master NotePal U3 cooler, but in an air-conditioned room. Will check the temperatures in a non-air-conditioned room in the very near future.
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u should open up new thread for new v3 series from acer nod.gif
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QUOTE(Revamperz @ Apr 16 2012, 04:07 PM)
u should open up new thread for new v3 series from acer nod.gif
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Could do that, but I'll probably need to get more shots of the stuff first before attempting to make a thread for the V3 users tongue.gif.

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QUOTE(TDUEnthusiast @ Apr 16 2012, 04:19 PM)
Could do that, but I'll probably need to get more shots of the stuff first before attempting to make a thread for the V3 users tongue.gif.
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just few shots 1st n spec would be great. can add stuff later. the important thing is to poison info people laugh.gif
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QUOTE(Revamperz @ Apr 16 2012, 04:34 PM)
just few shots 1st n spec would be great. can add stuff later.  the important thing is to poison info people laugh.gif
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Ok. Got a thread up and running, but as usual I screw up when adding posts and now I have even posted it in the wrong section doh.gif doh.gif doh.gif
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post Apr 17 2012, 03:40 PM


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any 1 bought V3-471G-52452G60g/s/k?can this model play dota 2 in high setting?
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QUOTE(kwaiharn @ Apr 17 2012, 03:40 PM)
any 1 bought V3-471G-52452G60g/s/k?can this model play dota 2 in high setting?
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THere's no official statements on the requirements right? hmm.gif

Still, the GT630M is quite a decent GPU, and should be able to handle the game at least at mid settings I guess hmm.gif
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QUOTE(PF T.J. @ Apr 17 2012, 04:07 PM)
THere's no official statements on the requirements right? hmm.gif

Still, the GT630M is quite a decent GPU, and should be able to handle the game at least at mid settings I guess  hmm.gif
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u means this 1?

Dota 2 Recommended System Requirements:

* OS: Windows® 7 / Vista / Vista64 / XP
* Processor: Intel core 2 duo 2.4GHz
* Memory: 1 GB for XP / 2GB for Vista
* Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible video card with Shader model 3.0. NVidia 7600, ATI X1600 or better

If you are planning to buy a new PC for playing DOTA 2, we'd suggest you get atleast the following for a constant 60+ fps experience at max settings and 1080p.

* OS: Windows® 7 64bit
* Processor: Intel Pentium G620 2.60GHz
* Memory: 4GB DDR3
* Graphics: AMD Radeon HD6670 GDDR5

http://dota2talk.com/news/dota-2-system-requirements/


erm, gt640m izzit a slightly better graphic card if compare to gt630m?

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Thanks for sharing notworthy.gif

Ouch, for max settings, the requirements damn high yo laugh.gif
But then do take note that its at 1080p and 60+ FPS...

GT640M is a lot better than the GT630M laugh.gif

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QUOTE(PF T.J. @ Apr 17 2012, 04:51 PM)
Thanks for  sharing notworthy.gif

Ouch, for max settings, the requirements damn high yo laugh.gif
But then do take note that its at 1080p and 60+ FPS...

GT640M is a lot better than the GT630M laugh.gif
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thx for info smile.gif))
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Advance poison for new model launched in China. drool.gif

dv6-7002TX, i7-3612QM(2.1Ghz, 35W) + GT650M (2GDDR5)[Beats], 4GB, 750GB (5400rpm)
3DMarks 15131 at 1366x768, way ahead of HD7690M XT icon_rolleyes.gif
price just a bit higher than old model rclxms.gif

Picture and benchmark refer to chinese website Link

hope it will hit our store soon...
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QUOTE(ytlay @ Apr 17 2012, 10:23 PM)
Advance poison for new model launched in China.  drool.gif

dv6-7002TX, i7-3612QM(2.1Ghz, 35W) + GT650M (2GDDR5)[Beats], 4GB, 750GB (5400rpm)
3DMarks 15131 at 1366x768, way ahead of HD7690M XT    icon_rolleyes.gif
price just a bit higher than old model  rclxms.gif

Picture and benchmark refer to chinese website Link

hope it will hit our store soon...
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Thanks for sharing bro notworthy.gif notworthy.gif

Will keep an eye out for this model~~
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