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Re: Can you help me evaluate 2 computers for live looping purposes
Newegg has this Acer extensa on sale for $499 (with promo code
EMCBABGAC--you might have to sign up for the newsletter to use it)
Acer Extensa EX5630-4239 NoteBook Intel Pentium dual-core
T3200(2.00GHz) 15.4" Wide XGA 3GB Memory 160GB HDD
Some Extensas come with an XP disc so you can downgrade from Vista for
free, not sure about this one though. This seems to be the cheapest
I've seen for a decent music worthy laptop. I've got a different
Extensa that I'm real happy with.
On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 10:56 AM, Rick Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Tiger Direct just advertised this computer for a very low price.
> Would this be a safe bet for live looping using the new AURISIS virtual
> loop V software
> and , say, Plogue Bidule? I'd swap WIN XP , Service Pack 3 out for
> which I don't like, but I"m curious all you computer literate guys and
> out there.
> I know that years ago, people preferred INTEL machines to AMDs but I know
> much technology has ensued since then.
> I'd appreciate your collective wisdom on this one.
> Thanks, Rick Walker
> GATEWAY GT5662 Refurbished Desktop PC
> AMD Phenom 9500 Quad Core 2.2GHz, 3 GB DDR2 RAM, 500 GB SATA2 HD,
> DVDRW-Labelflash, ATI Radeon HD, 2400XT, 10/100 LAN, Windows Vista Home
> for $399
> while we're at it, how about this laptop that they also offered? I'd
> only loop with this machine
> and have no other apps or internet on it.
> HP 530 Notebook PC FH528AT- Intel Celeron M 530 1.73GHz, 802.11b/g
> GB DDR2, 120 GB HDD, DL DVDRW,
> 15.4" WXGA, Windows Vista
> for $469?
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