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Which laptop should i buy?


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Nadiaalkabani

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Hello there,
I hope someone could guide me into which laptop to buy for my son. He'll use if for school purposes. Thing is I already have a MacBook which I bought 5 years ago, but I've had a few problems with it. Once I needed to replace the whole keyboard, track pad and something else which I don't know what was. (Im a housewife and know only a bit about laptops 😌) Now the MacBook isn't working again. Was I wrong to believe that apple makes the best laptops? Or is 5 years the age limit for a laptop??

I'm currently on the lookout for a Lenovo or Dell but I don't know which model. Or should I maybe go back to a new MacBook?

Could someone please guide me on this??

Thanks a lot and may God bless you
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:welcome:   Nadiaalkabani,

 

Can you tell us in which country you will be making the purchase, if the notebook will also need to be capable of playing games and finally your maximum budget, this will help us to suggest the appropriate spec of computer for you.

 

 Was I wrong to believe that apple makes the best laptops? Or is 5 years the age limit for a laptop?? 

 

 

No such thing as being the best brand, they all have their good and not so good models and if looked after a computer should last longer than five years hardware wise.


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johnrusell

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Hi there see what he requires in the first place.

 

There are laptops in all ranges from basic to advanced......

 

Macs are good but again they are priced high and yes DELL AND LENOVO ARE GOOD. you could also try HP..

 

Overall the point is every laptop has its pros and cons. So get one that is decent in terms of power and storage and also price.


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Hello there,
I hope someone could guide me into which laptop to buy for my son. He'll use if for school purposes. Thing is I already have a MacBook which I bought 5 years ago, but I've had a few problems with it. Once I needed to replace the whole keyboard, track pad and something else which I don't know what was. (Im a housewife and know only a bit about laptops ) Now the MacBook isn't working again. Was I wrong to believe that apple makes the best laptops? Or is 5 years the age limit for a laptop??

I'm currently on the lookout for a Lenovo or Dell but I don't know which model. Or should I maybe go back to a new MacBook?

Could someone please guide me on this??

Thanks a lot and may God bless you

 

Hi,if it is just for school you might consider looking into chromebooks but I'm sure someone more experienced will point you in the right direction.


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