New Laptop advice.

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Post 3+ Months Ago

After fighting with a Sony GRX580 for the last 3 years, I gave up that piece of junk and is now in the market for a more reliable laptop.

Since I do quite a bit of Photoshopping on the laptop, it essential that I have a high-res/bigger screen. Secondly, it has to be robust and reliable because my GRX580 just can't cut the mustard when I'm on the road. Suggestion ???
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You can get some hardcore laptops build for a difficult life, but you tend to be somewhat limited in choice specwise and screens tend to be on the smaller side. Rather than going for a hard as nails laptop you want to get a decvent case for is, something that will take a real pounding.
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http://catalog2.panasonic.com/webapp/wc ... ughbook-29

That one is more than adequate in the "tough" department so you would not be worrying about breaking it.

http://www.toshibadirect.com/td/b2c/cmo ... id=1291021

This little baby would suit your A/V needs quite nicely as well I would wager. I am a little partial to Toshiba though, I have a ten year old Satillite that has taken a beating and still performs like a trooper. I just can't kill it.
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I have my old Grid Case 3 somewhere. That was my FIRST laptop ever. Circa 1986 :lol:

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