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I mean brand. regardless of the model. I ask it here though I've seen this question from other sites already. you know why? cause geeks always have a better and more expert answer. so there, what's your Top 10 list?

asked Oct 10 '11 at 12:55

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Asus, Samsung, Acer.

HP laptops tend to overheat.

Apple = Overpriced, overhyped.

Sony = Overpriced, locally.

Dell = Parts fall off like limbs patched back to a body with paper glue

Lenovo = Ugly(personal opinion)

Toshiba = No experience with them

Panasonic made laptops?

answered Oct 14 '11 at 11:19

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how 'bout MSI?

HP - yah you're dam right, so I use "power-saver" mode when not doing resource intensive tasks like browsing and Office stuff.

Speed comes with heat right? I thought it's the price I pay for speeding up? you mean with the same spec, but different brand a laptop would be cooler if it isn't HP?

Dell's alienware overheat too (said some / many blogs) Sony is yea,, over priced. i'd rather get a mac for that price.

Samsung smells nice... and nicer now that you mentioned it. Panasonic? sorry never tried too. and my friends don't have it either.

Toshiba looks ugly (TO ME.) sorry. not sure of its quality though.

Lenovo seemed cute? it's advertised in Transformers right? what thing do you hate 'bout it?

Dell- i thought it's one of the most durable?

ACER-? i thought it's the least durable?

Asus-nice i think

(Oct 14 '11 at 11:41) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image
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Never really used MSI, but they have some badass looking gaming laptops.

Speed doesn't always come with heat, it just depends on what chipset we're talking about and the efficiency of the parts that cool the laptop.

Yep, to the point of melting. Quite a number of M11x actually have the plastic underbottom melt over extended use.

I only hate the business line of Lenovo laptops. They look as if they're from 8 years ago, even the recent models.

Dell isn't durable at all, I have a lot of friends who have bought Dell laptop and the keys fall off like dead flies after a little insecticide.

Acer laptops are durable, depending on the user. I have a 2 year old Acer laptop still going strong while I was using it, then I gave it to my sister and it started shitting bricks. Of course, she has butter fingers.

In my opinion, Asus makes the best laptops. Sure, a number of them look like cheap plastic. Never had a problem with them except for that stupid Seagate hard drive mine came with.

(Oct 16 '11 at 19:26) Billy Aoki Billy%20Aoki's gravatar image

Ahem, but if we're talking about gaming laptops, Sager wins.

(Oct 16 '11 at 19:31) Billy Aoki Billy%20Aoki's gravatar image

Sager?? Thanks man.. nice comment there/

(Oct 18 '11 at 10:31) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

Well not being biased, but this list is based off my own experience.

Apple HP Acer Lenovo Sony Dell Toshiba Samsung Compaq Panasonic

answered Oct 11 '11 at 07:19

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and here I thought ACER is crappy. and Compaq is better than most. Compaq is under HP right? so why the big gap? just asking.. and wanting for more opinion. thanks!

(Oct 14 '11 at 11:02) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

Razer Apple Dell (Alienware) Acer Lenovo Sony Samsung haven't used any other brands..

answered Oct 14 '11 at 11:57

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razer is??...

(Oct 14 '11 at 12:11) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

lol you don't know what Razerzone is? :O They mostly make gaming peripherals but they've just made the most epic laptop ever built: The Razer Blade http://www.razerzone.com/blade

(Oct 14 '11 at 12:23) Yarvaxea Yarvaxea's gravatar image

i'm from a different country. alienware is hardly ever seen here. 90% of folks i see are using ACER. that's why "i think" acer is cheap.

now if you're someone who owns more than ACER then it's cool enough. sounds great right? hahaha so don't blame me if I don't know Razer. heheh... thanks anyway. :))

(Oct 14 '11 at 18:49) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

OHH I LOVE RAZER!!! how much does it cost? and how great are the specs? WOW :DD

(Oct 14 '11 at 18:55) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

2.8k.

While it has a "phenomenal" design, specs aren't to great if you compare it with the best gaming laptops around for the same price.

(Oct 16 '11 at 19:30) Billy Aoki Billy%20Aoki's gravatar image

$2.8k ?!!!!! bad price bad price.. :(

(Oct 17 '11 at 00:08) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

I think it's in the same pricerange as a mac though.. but there are hardware on the Blade you can't get on a MBP

(Oct 18 '11 at 14:32) Yarvaxea Yarvaxea's gravatar image

yea, i personally think that the keyboard is sooo cool. but really pricy though.

I wonder how durable it is. anyway, maybe I shouldn't bother. by the time I have 2.8k, the computer out there would be so much better than today. hahahha

(Oct 18 '11 at 20:11) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

Razer? Seriously, Razer? They have an awesome looking laptop coming out later, but it's the first they've ever made and no one has ever even touched it. So how doe the Razer Blade get on anyone's top 10 list. Honestly, how can you say Razor is the best computer when no one in the world has reviewed it, unboxed it, used it , touched it or even seen it in person?? The specs look good, the pictures are nice, but number one on a top 10 list. Sad

(Oct 22 '11 at 01:29) MacManDerek MacManDerek's gravatar image
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1)Apple ( This, in my opinion is the best laptop for hardware and software integration and overall user experience. If you use a windows PC for a few years, and then get on a Mac, it's like waking up from a bad dream.)

2)Lenovo (best quality of all windows running PCs. In the windows world, the closest you can get to having MacBook quality of hardware, software to hardware integration and user experience is on a Lenovo. A T series Lenovo is a totally different kind of Windows experience.)

3)ASUS (Makes great computers)

4)Acer

5)HP

6)Sager ( Really amazing laptops, especially if you game and want a desktop replacement)

7)Alenware (the only Dell worth buying)

8)eMachines (Not a lot of selection, but huge bang for your buck. I bought my niece and nephew each one of the Wal-Mart Black Friday models for Christmas last year. $200.00 a peice and they had dual-core 1.8 GHz AMD CPUs, 250GB HDDs, 2GB RAM and CD superdrives, SD card slots and Windows 7 Home Premium. I'm their favorite Uncle.)

9) Samsung

10) Toshiba (I put Toshiba at the bottom because they are so cheaply made, but if I had to go buy a Windows laptop right now, with my newly constrained budget, It'd be a Satellite. They have cheap, poorly made bodies, but the components are great and the price is awesome. I really think you get the most for your money with Toshiba Satellite series laptops)

answered Oct 22 '11 at 01:18

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edited Oct 22 '11 at 01:19

Read every comment and answers. seemed everyone will agree on this, except Mac-haters??? hahah I for one would have Mac if I have Cash... but that'd be 5 years from now....

(Nov 02 '11 at 23:51) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

1) Apple 2) Dell 3) HP

Thats about it!

answered Oct 16 '11 at 19:49

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apple hp sony toshiba acer dells suck

thats all i have on my list.

answered Oct 16 '11 at 19:56

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1- Apple

2- ASUS

3- Toshiba

4- Sony

5- Lenovo

6- Acer

7- Panasonic (ToughBooks FTW)

8- Dell

9- MSI

10000000- HP/Compaq (Worst computers ever)

answered Oct 16 '11 at 21:21

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Wow.. Hp and compaq sure are pricy, so I thought it's a great product. :( but why do you think it's crap?

(Oct 17 '11 at 00:07) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image
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I've had a terrible experience with an HP desktop in the past. I would never buy another HP, especially a laptop... whenever I go to Costco and look at their PC selection, I notice that the HPs are the lowest quality ones. Keyboard flex, low specs, etc.

(Oct 17 '11 at 06:37) PCLinux7 PCLinux7's gravatar image

in order

Apple Toshiba Lenovo Samsung LG Logitech Nexus by Google (sort of a brand) Sennheiser (audio equipment) Sony (audio equipment) Panasonic (audio equipment)

And at 134, HP. << Worst fking laptop I have ever purchased... literally NO positives

answered Oct 17 '11 at 00:56

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Well going with build quality, I would have to say Apple and Lenovo are the kings here followed closely by Sony and Asus. Acer is the middle guy. Dell just sucks in my opinion, will never purchase one ever again. HP tends to overheat, and the whole splitting the PC sector of the company thing I don't take too lightly.

answered Oct 17 '11 at 01:23

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what's the best thing about lenovo's?

(Oct 17 '11 at 06:56) xedric14 xedric14's gravatar image

1) Apple

2) HP/Compaq

3)Lenovo

4) Asus

5) MSI

6) Panasonic

7) Acer

8) SONY

9) Gateway

10) David's PC (PC's that my elementary school from 1st to 3rd used)

answered Oct 17 '11 at 01:31

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