I want to buy a laptop.Which is the best and most durable brand?

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  • I want to buy a laptop.Which is the best and most durable brand?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 07:18
I think toshiba is good, but all laptops after a certain time get slow and outdated
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 07:20
Anything but Dell. Dell started making slow and bad computers. I think Toshiba is the best out of your offers.
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Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 07:33
I repair my neighbors' HP equipment regularly. I will buy only their laseer printer. My 14 year old Dell still works, except for battery, of course. My 6 year old Acer is fine. My 3 year old Lenovo had a MB fail, then another in a week.
Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 07:43
Rank Wise- 1.Apple 2.Lenovo 3.Dell 4.HP 5.Asus 6.Samsung 7.Toshiba 8.Sony 9.Acer (Alienware excluded as they are meant only for gaming). Durability Wise- 1.Apple 2.Dell 3.Asus 4.HP 5.Lenovo 6.Toshiba 7.Sony 8.Samsung 9.Acer I forgot the link of the website on which the above Ranks were listed. I agree with the Ranks. / I use HP.
Answer #5 | 23/12 2013 07:51
2 years ago, Consumer Reports (in the US) surveyed 40,000 laptop owners. Toshiba and Asus had fewer repairs in the first 3 years. Square Trade, which sells the extended warranties, also noted Toshiba and Asus had fewer repairs. Imo, the most durable of all are the business-grade laptops. My 2006 Dell still works like new, except now it's really slow, compared to new ones.
Answer #6 | 23/12 2013 11:37
I have used only Macs as my personal computers for 30 years. I have never had any of them break or have software or mechanical problems except for one faulty media drive that had to be replaced fo $150. Most of my machines last 5 to 10 years before I replace them. Even when I replace them the old ones are still working fine. I am on my 3rd Mac laptop now. Meanwhile, my friends who bought other brands like Lenova, Acer, Toshiba, HP and Dell, seem to have to replace them every year or 2. So you have to decide if you are willing to pay a little more to get a machine that will outlast the others. When I crunch the numbers, the Apple Mac products seem like the best investment, long term. Plus they are easier to use, have a wide range of apps and are not as likely to be hit with viruses.

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