Laptop For college suggestions!

wjp09

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I got the Mac Book Pro 13 inch. Only 2gb of Ram I asked for 4 but idk why I didn't get it. What should I do about upgrading?

I got a "free" iPod Touch 8gb and a free printer.

They will both be free after Rebate. It should take about 2 weeks.

I downloaded a few programs already, but I'm still trying to figure everything out.

So far I have
Photoshop
Microsoft Office
Firefox
Caffeine
Transmission
Stickys

and this really cool note taking program which lets you record audio as well as taking notes right on top of it. Its called OMNI Outliner.
 

KabaModern

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I got the Mac Book Pro 13 inch. Only 2gb of Ram I asked for 4 but idk why I didn't get it. What should I do about upgrading?

I got a "free" iPod Touch 8gb and a free printer.

They will both be free after Rebate. It should take about 2 weeks.

I downloaded a few programs already, but I'm still trying to figure everything out.

So far I have
Photoshop
Microsoft Office
Firefox
Caffeine
Transmission
Stickys

and this really cool note taking program which lets you record audio as well as taking notes right on top of it. Its called OMNI Outliner.
Well played. :cool:
 

wjp09

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Total COST: $600

1199-100 student discount

1099-200 (Sold iPod touch)

899-100 iPhone over charge credit

799-199 (iPhone 3g giftcard contest on EIC)

600 :D

Thanks guys I'm loving this already. its actually a little cheaper because I got a free printer. I would have bought a new one anyway
 

iCafe

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Total COST: $600

1199-100 student discount

1099-200 (Sold iPod touch)

899-100 iPhone over charge credit

799-199 (iPhone 3g giftcard contest on EIC)

600 :D

Thanks guys I'm loving this already. its actually a little cheaper because I got a free printer. I would have bought a new one anyway
Great job, from one hustler to another.
 

StephenBenzamin

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For a college student who is short on cash, a budget laptop is a good buy.Nowadays you can buy a great PC laptop that can do everything the typical student needs for about $500 - $700. HP and Acer are just as reliable as most of the consumer laptops.