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laptop buying and question


devilinity

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I've been told that samsung and acer has the most reliable hardware and is the cheapest to fix, is that true?

Because before i brought a nec laptop and after 2 years the laptop graphic failed and only then i knew that this particular model had issues ...

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woodchip

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Acer, Bad Support if things go wrong.

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chub_tor

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Laptop reliability report Nov 2010 Click Here then click on the table to see the results in detail. No 1 Apple No 2 Asus No 3 Toshiba

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Acer reliable - your having a laugh, do a search on this forum to see how many acer problems there are.

It may be because they are more popular that other makes but having tried and failed to repair a lot of them "cheap and cheerful" springs to mind.

Personally I wouldn't buy an Acer.

I still use a Compaq running Win98 a HP Omnibook6100 running W2k pro that has got to be 12 yrs old now and an IBM T31 thats been hammered for work at least 8 yrs.

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woodchip

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Fruit Bat /\0/\ And as you, I think Know I run a HP 510 with old single core Centrino CPU 2.13 Ghz And as been trouble free in about 4 years running XP Home

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