Four weeks to go

Time really do fly fast! It seems only yesterday when I went back to school and was so giddy to buy a new laptop to use on my school projects. I ended up buying an Asus EEE PC 1000H with a 160 GB hard disk drive for my husband! I thought I’d give it to him instead since he paid for my tuition, which is like 7x the price of the machine. (Oh, I paid for the netbook) I told my husband that it is his but I’m using it anyway.

It’s just so convenient to have something to use whenever I need to meet my groupmates for our group projects. It took me a long time to decide which brand and model to buy. I’m not a gamer so I didn’t think I needed a workhorse. I spent hours visiting sites for price comparison.

Our laptop is not only for doing school projects. I also find it more convenient tranferring the pictures I took from my digital camera by using the built-in card reader rather than connecting the camera to our desktop computer. The 1000H is also fast enough for simple digital photo editing.

I’m thinking of buying another laptop when I start working. For me, any of the cheap laptops will do as I don’t really need so much power for surfing the internet ๐Ÿ˜€

3 thoughts on “Four weeks to go

  • November 15, 2008 at 11:47 am
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    We have the same preferences when looking for techie stuff. I consider myself a techie myself. What’s important for me is to limit the size of my mp3 player to 4GB so that music files are limited to 4GB.

    As for laptop, I wish I had a Samsung. But it’s toooooo hard to find one here since there’s no laptop division for Samsung here in Canada. But I think they’re planning to import notebooks soon even if Samsung computer didn’t have success in the United States.

    I prefer Asian brands, I just believe they’re better. It’s why I quite hate this iPod I have. My Samsung (Yepp) T10 is better.

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    By the way, I miss Kimchi already. So much that I would like to know how it’s made. I know there’s so many type of Kimchi but I’m looking forward for the most common Kimchi.
    I can’t find it in supermarkets here. Asian stores are around 40 km away from home.

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  • November 16, 2008 at 12:55 am
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    Nice notebook you got there ate~! ๐Ÿ™‚ You might wanna checkout the “Consumers’ Report” for NB reviews. I know you’re really good in choosing nice stuffs. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Edens last blog post..I feel so happyโ€ฆ^^,)

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  • May 21, 2009 at 1:04 am
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    We have the same preferences when looking for techie stuff. I consider myself a techie myself. Whatโ€™s important for me is to limit the size of my mp3 player to 4GB so that music files are limited to 4GB.Our laptop is not only for doing school projects. I also find it more convenient tranferring the pictures I took from my digital camera by using the built-in card reader rather than connecting the camera to our desktop computer. The 1000H is also fast enough for simple digital photo.

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