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January 9th, 2012, 07:14 PM   #1
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Help in finding a high performance notebook!

I need to get a high performance laptop and could use some advice. I need it for work (I work with 3D rendering programs and do a lot of multitasking), and I'm also a gamer so I'd like to be able to play the newest games on it. My budget is around $3000-4000, I want to invest in a durable notebook. Need a 14" screen, don't care much for mobility, storage is very important.
Need advice regarding the configuration and also a few stores suggestions, either in the USA or that ship worldwide. I've been recommended the Horize website, anyone have any experience with them? I'm asking around because it's a pretty serious investment and I just want to be sure. Also, I work with Windows, forgot to mention that.

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February 3rd, 2012, 07:47 PM   #2
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Re: Help in finding a high performance notebook!

I haven't received any suggestions here, but I figured I's still do an update, just in case there are more people in my situation looking to buy a new laptop. This could be useful. So after asking the same quation on numerous people and doing some online research I ended up getting the Horize x7200 from I'm really happy with it, though it costs a small fortune, I feel like it's a great investment. It's almost unreal how smoothly everything runs on it. If anyone has any questions, or would like me to do a full review, I'd be happy to.
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February 9th, 2012, 01:55 PM   #3
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Re: Help in finding a high performance notebook!

Thanks for the update ! Indeed these look like crazy notebooks with impressive specs ... and a rather high price at today's market rates (first laptop I purchased back in 2001 costed me around $2.5K, so this is all relative).
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