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Laptops

Currently, the best offerings in laptops are from IBM and Dell. I recommend the Thinkpad T series from IBM. The current version is the T30 and features the Mobile Intel Pentium 4 processor, 14.1" XGA TFT display, 256MB DDR SDRAM, 20GB hard drive, DVD, etc. for about 2,500. Weighing in at about five pounds, it is a good combination of portability and power.

The Dell Latitude series gets a close second place. They are sweet machines also.

If you don't mind lugging around a 10 pound monster, the fastest laptops around are from VoodooPC.com. How would you like a 533MHz front-side bus, 15" 1600x1200 display with ATI Radeon 9000 Mobility Chipset with 64MB of video RAM, and a 3.06GHz Pentium 4. YIKES!!!! These puppies cost between $3,000 and $6,000 depending upon configuration.

Monster PCs

If you want a killer PC and money is no object, then visit Falcon Northwest and Voodoo. Both offer an Asus motherboard, Rambus memory, 533MHz front-side bus, RAID hard drive configurations, DVD and CD recording, ATI 128MB All in Wonder Radeon 9700 video card, and the Klipsch THX 5.1 surround sound 500 watt speaker system. A fully loaded machine will set you back $6,000-7,000.

Both companies offer less expensive configurations. If you choose this route, also check out the Dell Dimension 8250.

Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs)

Toshiba just introduced a Pocket PC named the e740. This little gem packs a 400MHz Intel PXA250 processor with XScale technology, built-in 802.1b WiFi capability, integrated CF and SD card slots, and a user-replaceable battery. It has a 3.5" reflective TFT (240x320) 64K color screen that is very bright.

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