XPS1530 Or ASUS G1

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kid007 Posted: Tue, Nov 27 2007 8:05 PM

I can't get a poll option in here but if you have to pick between a brand new XPS1530 or a Asus G1? which would you pick and why?

I really don't care about the CPU cuz i would get the santa rosa t7500/t7700 but what were my question stand is the G1 is limited to a 8600GT DDR3, and the XPS1530 came out with a 8600GT DDR3 but you will have the option to upgrade either to 8700GT or a 88**

Money is no issue but i been wanting to buy and XPS/Alienware for a long time and my decision of going for a G1 is because of the Santa Rosa platform. Now the XPS1530 came out and the option has not been out yet. so i'm deciding to wait for the 8700GT to be available for me to buy it.

I would like to hear some opinion of you guys and please right something don't just say i like this one, TELL ME WHY!!!!!!!! 

 

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Grahf replied on Wed, Nov 28 2007 3:01 AM

Asus, at least the batteries won't explode on your lap making sure you can't have anymore children. 

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kid007 replied on Wed, Nov 28 2007 4:07 PM

made my choice and it clear, I'll go G1 :) my personal reason is that I could upgrade the hell out of it without having to do any issue. Asus has stablished themself and they are reliable so i'm glad about that.

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