Which Laptop To Buy

  gin0_76ph 08:36 27 Jan 09

hi. i'm relocating to Canada to work there semi-permanently. i heard most if not all laptop PC's have a voltage range of 110-240v so maybe all i need is an adaptor on that department.

now, what i want to ask is when it comes to durability, solid-state (or with most less-moving parts inside) and worldwide warranty & cover which one will you guys recommend me buying here?

p.s. im thinking of Toshiba, Asus, Acer, MSI and Dell. (but you guys can recommend me anything you think is good). my budget is £500-£600 only and i will mainly use it for the internet, download music and do basic Word documents.

  The Brigadier 11:57 27 Jan 09

Toshiba are good.
If it was up to me, i would wait until i was in Canada & buy then!

  oldbeefer2 12:30 27 Jan 09

I'm with the Brigadier - if you buy one there, the power adaptor will be the correct one with an appropriate plug AND, it is likely to be much easier to get help under warranty if the laptop goes wrong

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