He can spend up to $1,000.
Any recommendations..... (one that is "drop proof" would also be nice...he is a little clutsy)
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Most any newer laptops will run intensive programs easily. I prefer the H-P laptops, but if you really want tough get a Panasonic Toughbook. I was selling older Toughbooks i bought at a auction and my demo toughbook i dropped from waist high at least a 100 times just to prove to people that they would still keep running. I just turned the laptop on the pretended i was going to hand it over to the customer. Funny how it always got dropped to the ground. I did crack a LCD screen when it flipped a little too far with the laptop open and running. Screen worked but it was dead about 1/3 of the left side.
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