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Hi Experts,

I am planning to buy laptop but bit confused to which one to buy.
One have Processor - Pentium Dual Core (3rd Gen) with 2 GB DDR3 Ram - 4.5 hours battery
& other have             - Core i3 (3rd Gen) with 4GB DDR3 Ram - 3 hours battery back up
& this one cheaper  - Celeron Dual Core (2nd Gen) with 2 GB DDR3 Ram - 6 hour battery.

In above 3 there is major difference in speed? as I use mainly Excel & eSignal trading software.

if you wish to then you can see Comparision List.

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by:Santosh Gupta
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I suggest you the 2nd option with Core i3 (3rd Gen) and 4GB DDR3 Ram because in future your requirement may be increases.....
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by:Naresh Patel
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Dude but that color is white that I don't like it......& battery back up is only 3 hours... did you visited the link?


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by:Santosh Gupta
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Dude you should mention about your color choice and if you are not a mobile user then battery backup is sufficient ,the processing speed is higher than other.
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by:Naresh Patel
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ok last question Core i3or Transformer
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core i3
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Lee W, MVP earned 800 total points
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You can answer this question yourself by visiting http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_list.php and comparing CPUs

The Asus 1015E-CY041D Netbook (CDC/ 2GB/ 320GB/ DOS) has a Passmark CPU score of 983 (higher is better)
The Asus X200CA-KX018D Laptop (CDC/2GB/500GB/DOS) has a Passmark CPU score of 1438
The Asus Dual Core/2GB/500GB/11.6/Win 8 F200CA Laptop has a Passmark CPU score of 1618
The Asus Core i3/4GB/500GB/11.6/Dos X201E Laptop has a Passmark CPU score of 2291.  AND 4 GB of RAM.  And RAM is just as important as CPU speed.  
The transformer has a Passmark CPU score of 1071.
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by:Naresh Patel
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If you are me - if you are in my place what you will prefer?

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by:garycase
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You need to decide what features you want and what level of processing power you need.

For example, if you like the Transformer, Asus has models of this with Core-i3 and Core-i5 processors that have far more CPU power than anything you've listed.

And if you don't want a white notebook, then don't buy one.    You simply need to decide on what feature-set you need; then look at what alternatives will satisfy those needs, and buy the best one you can afford.
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Thanks Guys
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