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Good Athlon 64 Laptop

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Anybody know of a good Mobile Athlon 64 based notebook?
Other than the processor, the other requirement would be DVD+/-RW.
Direct experience a plus, but not required.
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The only one I have seen is one of the new e-machine laptops.  It is actually Toshiba and works very well.  I was very impressed.
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If you want really good (and by that I mean the best) www.alienware.com
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Can't find an Athlon 64 on Alienware...
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notebook is a Uniwill model....

Same thing as the emachine, and toshiba cept in black:
http://www.pcclub.com/systems_configurator.cfm?type=Notebook&bomid=ENP06404

http://www.pcclub.com/product_system_detail.cfm?itemno=ENP75704
Same uniwill model...silver....smaller screen etc....

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Here's a pre-production review of one: http://www.digit-life.com/articles2/amd-athlon64-m/
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I know asus and acer make a range of athlon 64 based laptops

I think this is acers top of the range model (not sure about the ferrari branding though)

http://global.acer.com/products/notebook/fr3200.htm


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by:ArcticBirdman
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Another company not many think about is from Canada and is Eurocom. They have one model with 17" WXGA, using a socketed Athlon 64 with more options then a Dell. You can check it out at

http://www.erocom.com

Model in question is their Eurocom D470K Python

James
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Sorry about that. Can't type properly. Correct URL is

http://www.eurocom.com/

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