As the title suggests, I was all set for an Eee 901, but I've just looked at the spec for the Studio 15 from Dell, and for only £160 more I get an aweful lot more for my money, check it out: Components: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T5750 (2.0 GHz, 667 MHz FSB, 2 MB L2 Cache) Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium - English 1 Year Base Warranty 2.0 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera - CCFL Jet Black Colour with Matte Finish 15.4" Wide Screen WXGA (1280 x 800) Display with TrueLife™ 2048MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x1024] 250GB (5400RPM) SATA Hard Drive 256MB ATI Mobility RADEON HD 3450 Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Slot Load Drive including Software Primary 6-cell 56 WHr Lithium Ion battery No Biometric Fingerprint Reader £479.00 - not sure where they were getting the "starting from £379" price on their website though, I could in no way get it that low. Thats base spec right there, the only thing I'd possibly change is the T5750 for the T8100 as it's got a higher FSB and more cache, but it's £60 more so maybe not. My real questions here are based around the Ati Mobility 3450 - is it any good, and by this I mean does it equal the 8400 M from nVidia? This is really the only reason why I'd buy this over the Eee, the ability to game slightly, or, more accurately, play C&C Generals and CS:S on med settings when I go up to a couple of friends of mine. What do you guys think? It's alot more computer for the money, and whilst I know the eee 901 is smaller, portability isn't so much an issure as it's not likely to be used out in the wild all that much, rather, it's to save me having to turn the main rig on if i just want to browse the net, to work in the summer house at home over the wifi, and occasionally take to my mates (at the moment I lug my spare rig up to his, although I don't mind doing this currently, I accept getting the EEE wouldn't save me from this). TIA, really interested to hear your thoughts.