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Old 01-07-2008, 04:28 AM   #16
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i didn't know such things existed...
oh wait, does this mean your laptop is massively huge?, like one of those 17" with a numpad?
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Old 01-07-2008, 04:38 AM   #17
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Its a Dell XPS, so yeah 17". Its not "massivly" huge, pretty portable (I take it to and form work every day on the bus) although when compared to a "standard" laptop its pretty big.
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Old 01-07-2008, 04:56 AM   #18
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Lucky you

i would have thought you'd have a computer at work...
then again i have a mac at my desk at uni and still bringin my laptop...
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Yup I have, got 2, just use my laptop mostly as I can then do work when ever and where ever I need, makes more sense to me.
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it just wouldnt be as powerful as a desktop....
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It's more powerful than a lot of desktops, more than one that i've got here and the one I've got at home, it isnt as powerful as the overclocked dual core, SLI, water cooled one that I have though, but that does a lot of heavy calcualtions that are running a lot of the time, so I cant really use it, as its at 100% a lot of the time.

And I can do work when ever and where ever I need to so I dont have to mess about with one PC to another, I also cant take a desktop to different locations to do any mocap/ demos etc etc.
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