replacement laptop

I have to give up my HP dv1000 because of some malfunctions of its hardware. Specifically its fan don't turn on even if the cpu reaches high temperatures. We went to RASI(the store where i purchased it) to report that case but sad to say they said it will take almost two months coz they'll have to send it back to the HP service center at Manila. I cant afford that time, so with the help of my mother, we had convinced the owner or RASI to give us a replacement.
They replaced it with Asustek A8he, which should be a good workhorse. I read some reviews somewhere but I cant find it in CNET. Though i can feel it has suffcient power and can serve its purpose(plus the fan is doing great). So I had this one today after I added Php5k coz this unit costs a lil more than my HP.

Its specs are Pentium Dual Core T2060 1.6GHz, 1gigRam, 224shared vid, 80gig HD, multiDrive. I guess this is cool though that HP looks a whole lot better to the eye. Well for this one I can say it has a minimalistic design.
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Laptops are a big necessity nowadays. And to make voip calls is comparatively easy when you use a laptop. The multinational vonage company also provides the facility of voip fax to best satisfy its voip customers. All you have to do is to install voip software on your laptop. And it’s not difficult to get free internet phone software on the internet.


5 thoughts on “replacement laptop

  1. andhotbot


    buts its no toy for me..
    i use it for work.

    I know its just toy stuff for the rich kids. 🙂

  2. valQ

    Nice rig aight!!

    Hmmm, seems that you are really breaking your leg huh!!!

    You are making it happen pare ko… Good on you mate!!!

  3. roly

    wow, great workhorse. must be really fast.
    this is actually better than the first one you had. more powerful specs, though simpler looks.

    a cooling pad would be advantageous in preserving it from temperature surges especially in non-aircon areas if working over long stretches.

    i got my dsl conection today finally I’m free of the dial up blues. Smart Bro lang ang available dito sa area namin.

    this is a by-product of the vonage motorola voice portal sent by your cousin Sheryl. This enables me to call any telephone anywhere in the u.s., europe or canada for a flat rate of only 28 dollars a month, unlimited no. of calls and likewise unlimited duration per call.

    but the requirement is a dsl connection. so nagpa-install din siya ng bagong connection for this device. as an incidental by-product, I can use connection even if the phone is being used by your Auntie Tess.

    Wow, technology really overwhelms me.



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