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My new HP laptop



Finally my 4G RAM, Dual Core laptop. Check it out. (I'm still struggling with the memory issue as on XP Pro it shows 3.37G instead of a much higher figure but I guess I'll just install fedora as I need this platform to host multiple VMs).

I did want to own that Mac but due to several reasons like RAM (MacBook can only house 3G max) and availability made me go for the HP box.

Well primarily, my colleague installed Supreme Commander on it and was pretty much impressed.

Check out some screenshots. My new one is a HP Mobile Workstation nw9440 while the other one (where my little one, Brian, is working on is a HP nc8230).








It's got neat stuff:
Doesn't weigh that much
Massive 1900x1200 Resolution
Biometrics
2.33 Ghz Dual Core
4G RAM
Nvidia Quadro FX 1500M

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