When ever something cool comes out
I tend to get a computer every few months. I'm strange, in that I not only need a powerful computer for work, but also refuse to get anything that weighs much. This year I've had the ASUS ep121, but the SSD was to small and hard to upgrade, so I got an 11" MacBook Air (before the upgrade) but I hated the fact it had no backlit keyboard, so I moved back to Windows and got a Vaio S and decided it was poorly made and returned it to Sony Style, Sony released the redesigned Vaio Z so I had to try it, a few weeks later I decided I was bored with Windows and got the backlit keyboard 13" Air, I found out I had to run a SharePoint Virtual Machine and so got the 15" Quad Core MB Air with 16 GB RAM. ...so I can't stand how bulky it is, and really miss OneNote, so I ordered an Alienware m11 r3 on Monday. The Alienware is just 11", has an SSD and 16GB RAM, so I'm sure it'll be super cool; yet it's not the perfect computer, I think it's fatter than it needs to be.
Many think I spend a fortune on computers, but I've decided to think of them as a " lease", and besides, Mac's and Vaio's have high resale values. I'm sure I won't be happy with any laptop until the perfect system gets released - that be a MacBook Air with a 6GB/s SSD, quad core processor, better graphics, anti glare screen, 16GB RAM, and a paint job by Colorware.
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