|Mar 22, 2011, 08:06 AM||#1|
low cost 12-13" SandyBridge/Fusion
I want to buy a notebook but not spend more than 500. I heard that the second generation intels i3/i5 have much better integrated graphics. I also read that the AMD Fusion e350's have much better integrated graphics. I want to buy something in the range of a 12-13" laptop but at the moment I dont think there is anything available in the intel line and in the AMD line I only found the Lenovo x120e and the HP dm1. I really prefer a matte screen.
How long will it be before there is something available? I really want to be able to play HD video, run Linux, and other multimedia apps.
|amd fusion, sandy bridge|
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