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    I'd rather get her something that suits her wants.

    All in all it would probably take less effort then peeling some spuds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick G View Post
    I saw a great sony in their store. 13.3 inch screen, 1080p display, 2.8ghz i7, 4gb ram, either 1gb or 2gb graphics card.

    Oh yes, it also cost $5000. Still, it might come in pink
    Got something similar for my old boy, he broke the screen within about 3 months by forcing his briefcase closed while it was inside it.

    Though his one isn't pink.
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    I'll get her the Sony.

    Asus would have been preferred but can't see anyone that sells it.
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    Was going to say Sony as well, we got one a while ago that came in blue, pink and lime green as well as black or white.

    http://www.sony.co.nz/product/vpceh3...vpceh37fg_p+e1
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    Quote Originally Posted by wratterus View Post
    Was going to say Sony as well, we got one a while ago that came in blue, pink and lime green as well as black or white.

    http://www.sony.co.nz/product/vpceh3...vpceh37fg_p+e1
    I got one of those for a client not so long ago I think. Is that the one with the plactic shell? While it performed well, I found it to be pretty light-weight and all a bit to flexable to me, I was scared I was going to break it picking it up or opening/closing the screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metla View Post
    I'll get her the Sony.

    Asus would have been preferred but can't see anyone that sells it.
    http://www.notebookcity.co.nz/Asus-A53SC-SX395V
    A bit pricey though, seems to be about 100 dearer than other places I have seen, but all the others have been out of stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metla View Post


    Has to be pink

    .
    Buy a real one.
    Get one of those vinyl skins to put on it.

    Pink. Geez.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iantech View Post
    I got one of those for a client not so long ago I think. Is that the one with the plactic shell? While it performed well, I found it to be pretty light-weight and all a bit to flexable to me, I was scared I was going to break it picking it up or opening/closing the screen.
    Pretty sure it was an EB25, or something like that. I found the same thing, compared to a Tosh, it just didn't feel as strong - I wouldn't buy one for myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metla View Post
    Of course I'm serious, I even used the word seriously.

    Seriously serious.

    Took the wife laptop shopping today, She told the "sales person" she wanted to know what was available in pink.

    He was lost for words, I wandered off and looked at the mp3 players.

    It has come to the point where she needs a laptop for all her work orders and work photos, (as per my getting fed up with it all over my desktop pc)

    Ideally as light-weight as possible.
    Bollocks it was for the missus. Its to fashion coordinate with your fluffy pink slippers

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    Who's paying? Pink tinted specs might be a cheaper option. Good luck.

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