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Hello Guys, I was just wondering. If someone would give you enough money to buy the laptop of your choice today May/09 (any brand regardless of model). I wonder what ...
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- 05-08-2009 #1
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I was just wondering.
If someone would give you enough money to buy the laptop of your choice today May/09 (any brand regardless of model). I wonder what would be your brand of choice?
This is in no way trying to find a way to endorse a particular brand. No such thing as a right or wrong answer. No explanations needed. For those who can make time to contribute an answer, much appreciated.
You will know the result after I close the thread in about 48 hours. Just wanted to satisfy my curiosity.
I would like to start: LENOVO
- 05-08-2009 #2
So long as no endorsement is intended...
Acer. I just happen to like them. Usually have intel chipsets, good compatibility.
Plus... that's what I bought a few months ago and am quite happy with it.
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When I look at my laptops I see the make I have the most of is Toshiba. So there you have it!"I used to be with it, then they changed what it was.
Now what was it isn't it, and what is it is weird and scary to me.
It'll happen to you too."
The Fifth Continent
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- 05-08-2009 #6
Acer...I'm using Acer 5310 for past 1.6 years ..I didn't face any issues ..Before deciding my laptop I spent 1-2 months deciding about a cheap and reliable laptop which supports Linux.
In last few months ,i heard acer stopped linux laptops ..that's bad
anyway my vote goes for acer.
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Asus is always been reliable to me. So I would stick with that.Charles
ASUS EEE Box B202, Atom 270 1,6GHz, 1 GB, HDD 80GB, XP-SP3 / PinguyOS
Asus EEE PC 901 with Bodhi-Linux
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- Join Date
- May 2009
- Big River, Sask, Canada
Lenovo, because I'd much rather use the little joystick than the lousy touchpad on my HP. I had to buy a wireless mouse to make it useful. My old Thinkpad 1412 was nicer to use than this thing.Registered Linux User #420832