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Difference between Satellite L300 and Satellite Pro L300
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karlrya

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Difference between Satellite L300 and Satellite Pro L300
Posted: 13-Mar-2011 20:47
 
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Hi looking for some advice,

Ive been offered a choice of 2 computers in work one is a Satellite L300 but I think its a Dual core processor as it says Genuine Intel T-1600 @ 1.66Ghz in the sytem info, but the other one is a Satellite Pro L300 but says its a Intel Celeron 900 @2.20 Ghz. Looking up processors on the Intel site it looks like the Satellite Pro isn't Dual Core.

Would I be right in presuming that the Satellite is a better spec that the Satellite Pro?

Thanks

Karl
PinkPanther

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Re: Difference between Satellite L300 and Satellite Pro L300
Posted: 14-Mar-2011 07:44   in response to: karlrya in response to: karlrya
 
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Hi buddy,

You’re right. The Satellite L300 with Intel T1600 CPU is a Dual Core processor and Satellite Pro L300 with Celeron 900 is only a single core.

So I would choose the Satellite L300 with dual core CPU, it’s the better choice. :)
Mike30

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Re: Difference between Satellite L300 and Satellite Pro L300
Posted: 14-Mar-2011 14:57   in response to: karlrya in response to: karlrya
 
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I also think L300 is better choice although L300 is not my favourite Toshiba notebook model.
L series in general is OK for basic operations but if you want to use it for multimedia it is, in my opinion, not the best choice for you.
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