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bwillford

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Ive been looking around for a new laptop and the best prices i seem to have been able to find have been the compaq/hps and the toshibas. Which one of these do you guys think would be the better buy.. advantages/disadvantages between both of these makes would be very useful.. Thanks..
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I tend to run from compaqs, just cause of horror stories i heard and experienced. they are pretty cheap, so that's the advantage and a disadvantage. HP's custome service is pretty good. Toshiba on the other hand is very nice, but you pay more for it a lot more. It also depends on what you are looking for in the laptop. If you just need it to get on the internet and type up a few documents, a compaq/hp will do fine. If you want a desktop replacement laptop then look into toshiba's
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I would recomend going to New Egg and looking at their collection of laptops. I got my wife an Acer laptop a while back, and I am very pleased with it. The smaller names won't put as much crapware on their computer, and generally work just as well as a brand name.
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