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Old 11-13-2009, 11:34 PM
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Quote from sklar View Post :
Not exactly. While both are in fact 45nm derivatives, the celeron t3000 does not have speedstep. While I dont think that'll make a mountain of difference in battery life on a portable, for those who make minute demands on the processor and dont have the screen brightness turned way up, it'll make some battery life difference.

I like the pentium dual core vs core 2 duo performance differences for most users, but the dual core celeron does have a few fingers tied behind its back on portable battery life vs the pentium dual core and the core 2 duo in the same architectural range.
True, it is missing some features, that is why I said "virtually" the same. But good facts to point out.

Quote from mythus View Post :
i bought the acer from best buy, should i be feeling buyers remorse about now? i'm not very good with laptop technicalities.
You bought the $249 Acer? No, you should not feel any remorse. You have a great deal. You'll be able to resell it in 6 months for $249 if you so choose and get another one.

Last edited by jays92; 11-13-2009 at 11:36 PM.. Reason: Automerged Doublepost