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?
Answer by Billy Aoki · Oct 14, 2011 at 12:19 PM
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?
Answer by MacManDerek · Oct 22, 2011 at 02:18 AM
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)
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.)
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)
Answer by bayareacat · Oct 17, 2011 at 01:56 AM
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
Answer by JordanV · Oct 17, 2011 at 02:23 AM
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.