magnum said:Thanks for the imput hope to have a notebook by the end of the month. Been online and priced all the major brands and finding Compaq the cheapest with all the same options Windows XP Pro, Pent M, 3.0 GHZ, 512 ram, 60 GB HD, DVD/RW& CDRW, 17" for $1500. Chris ( and anyone else who wants to be my tutor) I'll be taking you up on your offer since I have never used Autocad and will have lots of ?'s. I read an earlier post saying that you can intergate 3d home arc with autocad hope this is true since I know 3d fairly good. I have to admit that I only have been using my pc to writing contracts until 2 yrs ago when I got on the net for the first time, still have lots to learn but I have found that it is my most important tool.
That would kill me. The thought of having to 'make do' with a backup PC while my primary computing platform was down is all it took for me to do the research and spend what I thought I needed to. Buy something you can have a lot of confidence in.hatchet said:Some friends of mine bought Compaq and both ended up having a problem and having to ship it to the service tech to get fixed.. about a week or more later they got them back.