- April 21, 2014 at 1:25 pm #39739
What is the best laptop brand according to you and what are the reasons? Mine is Sony.
http://www.printingperiod.co.ukApril 21, 2014 at 11:59 pm #39740
I have had many laptops over the years and I don’t have a favourite but there are some I hate!
Dell Laptop – Solid construction of casing but always had a problem with the screen hinges breaking and eventually wires showing through. Probably on two laptops I had. Also overheating if placed on a bed. Probably overheats faster than others. Still think they are OK. Dell also has junk software installed at first, like the facial recognition software that I did not need.
HP Laptop – Not bad but runs hot when you have a dust build up. Have dropped these a few times and the corners have fallen apart but all still worked.. Nice and smooth once you get rid of the junk HP software that you really don’t need.
Toshiba Laptop – I HATE TOSHIBA LAPTOPS. When people used to bring these to me to repair, I hated them. They were the most bloated piece of junk. Toshiba came out with fancy finger print readers that were painful and other new things that didn’t last. Sometimes I think they were testing the laptops on the customers and didn’t bother to test them first. I especially hate them because one of our schools had a laptop program and it included a Toshiba laptop. Even though there was free techs at the school, I had these laptops bought to me for speeding up.. They were junk and I think Toshiba did a cheap deal with the school to get these in. Just crap.
Apple Mac Book – My daughter has one of these and I am jealous sometimes as the battery seems to last forever. She also leaves it running and it never gets hot.. WTF? BUT!!!! As for computer maintenance, there is no such thing and a Mac really needs it. My daughter knows what to do on a Windows computer and Googled what to do on a Mac but it is still slow. Show also removed most files, which did help a bit but the only way to really clean it up is to format.
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