Here are the specs
AMD Turion™ 64 X2 Dual-Core Mobile Technology TL-56
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Basic
15.4 inch Wide Screen XGA Display
2GB DDR2 SDRAM at 533MHZ, 2 DIMM
80GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM)
24X CD Burner/DVD Combo Drive
ATI RADEON® Xpress1150 256MB HyperMemory™ (Integrated)
29 WHr 4-cell Lithium Ion Primary Battery
Dell Wireless 1390 802.11g Mini Card (54Mbps)
How's it look? Came out to $800 with taxes and shipping, basically I'll just use it for standard internet, play a few games here and there like World of Warcraft, maybe Starcraft II if it can handle it, music, maybe very amateur simple video editting.
I was debating between the Athlon dual core and Turion, Athlon was $60 cheaper, but considering I'm not to savy on processors, I figured I'd take the price hit and go with the better processor, though how necessary the extra power will be for me I do not know.
Just wondering how good of a computer I just purchase really, it's basically there cheapest verion, but I upgraded the RAM from 1 to 2 GB and Processor from a Sempron 3500+ to the Turion.
One last question when asking what was important processor and RAM were the to biggest things I got from people exp. processor because of how hard it is to replace. Anyways I was wondering how hard it is to upgrade the graphics card on a laptop? They only gave me one option and currently I'm not thinking I'll go to far into PC gaming, but I've never had a computer that could be thought of as respectably powerful relative to what's out there. So I was just wondering if down the line I decided I was interested in gaming on it, how hard would it be to buy a more gaming based graphics card?