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New laptop? What is best for me?


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#1 Gt5228

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Posted 23 May 2012 - 01:06 AM

I do alot of paperwork and internet surfing. On occasion I play n64 roms. I watch a lot of movies too. I will not settle for another gateway. Battery life is cool but my computes are plugged in 99.9% of the time anyways. I heard lenovos are good but the guy at bestbuy insisted that I should get an Asus instead. I like the screen at 15.6 inches at least. Speed is important but dependability and durability trump anything in my book. I want it to be solid. Although not crucial, I would prefer something I can pick up from a store instead of ordering. I cant spend more than 600. Any suggestions? what Should i look 4? what brand(gateway/acer is out of the question, would prefer not hp because i have had terrable experience with their printers. all else if fair game)

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Posted 23 May 2012 - 01:41 AM

Asus and Toshiba are reliable brands in laptops, so is Lenovo. Something like this is great value since your getting that much processing power for that price! :thumbsup:

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Posted 23 May 2012 - 11:31 AM

Asus and Toshiba are reliable brands in laptops, so is Lenovo. Something like this is great value since your getting that much processing power for that price! :thumbsup:


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