Prostar 3722

Written by James McLean
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How does ProStar keep costs down without cutting quality? They make everything a little smaller. That means a 15.4" WSXGA+ screen, a chip that runs just shy of 2GHz on the 3722, and a price tag to match. For students and mid-level computer users looking for a convenient way to take most applications on the road, the trade-off may be more than worth it.

ProStar has distinguished itself by offering some of the best-made OEM notebooks in the business. Unlike so-called "top tier" manufacturers like Dell and Gateway, ProStar earns market share by building lightweight, high-quality notebooks and saving on marketing. The result is some of the best-designed boutique fare to come along in years.

The ProStar Difference

Not many computer manufacturers last more than a decade. ProStar, based in Southern California, has managed over 15 and counting. Customers point to their generous warranties, rapid home repairs and stellar customer service for the edge.

The 3722 is one of those budget notebooks that have a little something for everyone. If you are interested in solid data processing and web-surfing without a lot of bells and whistles, this 256MB RAM machine may be a good choice. A little research could help you find prices under $1,500 for this clever machine.


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