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What is the best brand outside of Apple? I am looking to spend under $700 it is for my wife. What are the most important things to look for as far as specs?
This post was edited by nirvanabama 20 months ago
I have a Dell XPS. I love it. It's the second one I've had.
Sony also makes an excellent laptop.
Stay away from HP.
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
I dunno what she will be using it for; but if its mostly for surfing the web and email, check out chrome books.
I love my hp. I've had it for 4 years. You can goto their website and have a custom laptop made. And Toshiba makes a great laptop.
definitely get this one
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ASUS makes great, cheap laptops. If you aren't doing anything like video processing, it has more than enough power to serve all her web-browsing, word-processing needs.
Toshiba are suppose to be pretty good
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They always get great reviews for durability. Most of the box brand ones nowadays are built to last 2-3 years and be disposed of.
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This post was edited by SDWolverine 20 months ago
She basically is using it for surfing the web, pictures, and music.
Go Toshiba unless she's really into pics/photo editing.
I have a Toshiba. I have Dell @ work.
To be honest, most people are going to tablets these days, so the laptop is becoming the pager of it's time (obsolete). Prices will continue to drop for laptops.....
Looking at pr0n
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