JavaDog wrote:Ok, this is driving me nuts.They both have a cetrino processor
There is NO SUCH THING. Centrino is a marketing term for a Spec that Intel put out. Anyone can call their laptop a 'Centrino' if it meets these requirements:
1) It must use a Intel Pentium M CPU.
2) Must use an Intel 855 Chipset.
3) Must use an Intel 802.11B Wi-Fi chipset.
No matter who (Mfg) you are, you meet those specs, you can put the Centrino sticker on your laptop.
Sorry, I just had to clear that up.
I agree, but centrino has an integrated wireless chipset..... Which is MUCH better than buying a wireless card. They would dramatically reduce battery life.
btw, the LG hasn't got many reviews, but it's a very nice little machine, with a monster screen for the size .
The reason why they don't have many reviews is because it's been just released. So ur getting an extra new lappy
If I get some time, i'll find some reviews for u. There are many LGs in Australia.. and have the best priced notebooks here. They sell for 1000 dollars less than retail... yay