11/23/09

I'm finishing up college and I am in the market for a new laptop. What do you guys suggest? My current laptop is a Dell Latitude D620. I got a lot of the extras - 100 mb hard drive, 2GB ram, intel duo processor 2GHz. Its treated me well and the service on it was great. But I want an upgrade. What is common/preferred in the industry?

I want to stick with a PC so do I get ... Another Dell, Sony VIAO, Toshiba etc. I'm going into trading is that makes a diff.

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11/23/09

I'm finishing up college and I am in the market for condoms. What do you guys suggest? I've used all my life Durex Extra Sensitive - 0.05 mm thick for a natural feeling. They've treated me well and have never broken during the countless intercourses I've had in my life. But I want an upgrade. WHAT IS COMMON/PREFERRED IN THE INDUSTRY? I'm going into corp finance if that makes a diff.

Also... what toothpaste should I also use? Please please please tell meeeeeeee!!!

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In reply to mrvau
11/23/09

martinrvau:
I'm finishing up college and I am in the market for condoms. What do you guys suggest? I've used all my life Durex Extra Sensitive - 0.05 mm thick for a natural feeling. They've treated me well and have never broken during my numerous intercourses. But I want an upgrade. WHAT IS COMMON/PREFERRED IN THE INDUSTRY? I'm going into corp finance if that makes a diff.

Also... what toothpaste should I also use? Please please please tell meeeeeeee!!!

I would suggest the Durex Extra Pleasure it will really help when you go an fuck yourself tonight

11/23/09

Do you know how thick they are?

Also, you forgot to suggest what toothpaste is common/preffered in the indudstry :)

In reply to mrvau
11/23/09

o my bad. .they're nice and skinny... like you and for the toothpaste.. Colgate Total

11/23/09

Thanks. Really appreciate it ;)

11/23/09

I've bought several Dells over the years and they've all been great machines. I haven't bought top of the line Dells with all the bells and whistles, either. I generally spend around $850 and I get a machine that lasts 2-3 years. Amortize that and it's a smokin' deal considering everything I use mine for. I'm currently using an Inspiron E1505 I bought in 2007. I plan to replace it in June of next year when my Windows 7 trial expires.

11/23/09
11/23/09

dannnnnnnnnnnng 100mb hard drive? that's so big!

11/23/09

Asus are also very good. Both Asus and Toshiba are the most reliable computer on the market. So check them out.
http://www.evertiq.com/news/15584

In reply to Jack_NY
11/23/09

Jack_NY:
Asus are also very good. Both Asus and Toshiba are the most reliable computer on the market. So check them out.
http://www.evertiq.com/news/15584[/quote]

I have a toshiba satellite - it's been giving me problems since day one. It overheats easily and sometimes crashes for no reason. It's 13 inches if that makes a difference...

I previously had a Dell and had no issues. Definitely getting a Dell as my next laptop.

11/23/09

My uncle had the toshiba satellite, it was the 16 or 17 inch and he seemed to have a few probelms too. He had it replaced twice. According to the article that I had attached, it said that HP are the worst out of all the laptops, but I had my hp for 4 years now and I have had no problems. which dell are you getting?

11/23/09

is it true that a bank will buy the laptop.. i find this hard to believe being that i will be a first year analyst in S&T

In reply to Jack_NY
11/23/09

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