I have a HP Pavillion dv9000. It heats up so fast and it's really slow. What would be a good laptop that has at least an Intel Core i3. I was Thinking of AlienWare M14* laptop. I don't want to use it as a gaming laptop, but it has good graphics and Intel Core i7. Do you have any other ideas for a good laptop? The price doesn't matter.
Answer by thelearningcomputerist · May 08, 2012 at 08:50 PM
This is beyond a simple question with a complex answer. but you are only looking for recommendations. So here are a couple of things/ series you might like to look into.
-Alienware Series M18x
-Mabibal Satori Series
-CyberPower Xplorer Series
Answer by DJ Scooby Doo · May 08, 2012 at 08:59 PM
As I said on another question, an Lenovo ThinkPad T530 found here: http://goo.gl/YRsWX, is best for everyone. It's cheap, affordable and these ThinkPads are made for business. These will take a hit, and this is worth your money.
Answer by bharatkumargupta · Jul 23, 2012 at 01:25 PM
i recommend a macbook pro, most bang for the buck and u get real value of your investment, on desktop u can build a computer but in laptops its always mb pro for me, dunno what you will choose ultimately its on you!
macbook pro is very nice choice! and u get to learn a different os thus making u more open minded geek in the universe of technology
Answer by pjob797 · May 08, 2012 at 10:19 PM
The best laptop to get is a desktop, laptops, from my personal experience have a good working life-span of 6 months and a life span of 2 years of trying to kill your self because its super slow and everything starts breaking and since its not completely broken, except for 85% of it there is no real reason to buy a desktop that will actually work well, longer and you can upgrade.
hHis rant is long and semi unrelated but buying a laptop is kind of a bad long term investment and for the $1.5k to buy a mac book pro you can build a good desktop instead, and you can fix it as time goes on, much easier and cheaper than a laptop.