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Discussion in 'Gear' started by TitanJeff, Jul 19, 2012.
TJ, bring back the it sucks button!!!
oh dear lord... no on dells and no on hps
Hey don't knock Dell laptops.
I had one for 5/6 years in the Marines. It saw sand, dust, ocean water, and countless other things I probably cannot mention. It only saw its limits the last year. So outside of a toughbook, that thing earned my respect.
Dells were great back in the day... durable... reliable.... but they seem to gone down hill... the programs that come with the computer are a headache to deal with
Yea like I said this was 06 and spent a great bit of coin to get something top of the line back then. I went the cheaper route with my ASUS this time and it does everything I need.
This had something to do with their decline as well.
Im sure many have good stories. I bought an alienware because I always heard they were good. However it was a rush decision because mine had just broke and I did not know that Dell had purchased alienware.... as soon as I found out i wanted to hit myself.
In the past year and 2 months, i have had to replace my hard drive, video card, and power supply.
And this is the best of the 3 dells that i have owned in my life.........
Really the best route is to just build yourself, or get one someone has built for you. I think newegg will do it, and you can save alot of money that way. With laptops, I really only need it to do a few things now, so cheaper is typically better for me.
Plus with the way technology is moving, I am not going to be spend $2K every 2/3 years.
I agree... building one was fun... a little cheaper too
We went with an HP.
oh why TJ WHY?!?!?!
huh.. ultrabook... i5, quad core (i think).... no cd/dvd might hurt....
really hope you got one with durable hardware... seems like something always goes wrong with the insides ><