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 😀

3 comments

  1. 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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  2. 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.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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