[QUOTE=tmc8080;2654443]Laptops aren’t exactly selling like hotcakes… Also, prices for these premium technologies are going to outweight a laptop’s usefulness even with a 50% processor power reduction… the $300 - $400 per laptop (by the time etail/retail markup gets in the way) in increased costs outweight the power savings.[/QUOTE]
Mine’s due for renewal in about 6 months
Got some bits hanging off … the quad core CPU gets too hot to sit on your lap, and the video card turned out to be absolutely useless for anything, except quake 3 at 540p :p.
Might opt for one of those gorgeous Asus Ultrabooks …
The lack of an optical drive annoys me, but not enough to dissuade me from buying a proper work laptop that weighs less than 1.4KG’s
I’d be glad to shave 100g’s off the weight, and still end up with an extra 2hrs of battery life