i think you buy a lappy of sony company its provide all the things and also a branded s/w and h/w specifications so in my opinion u buy sony company laptop
Thanks you so much guys for the response! I decided to get the Macbook Pro 2011 “15. I’m too confused for other brands and their capabilities as i don’t have an experience in using them, although i saw a bunch of good reviews for some. Dad helped me to get MBP as an early Birthday and Christmas gift for me and as an addition, i have to suffer for 1 month with 50% only allowance in school. LOL .
Wise choice I would say, though I might advise you to buy something like HP Elite. This Christmas, I was thinking of buying the Toshiba Qosmio X500 . The main purpose is for gaming.
Asus are a great company with good products, that being said, when something does go wrong, you have to deal with their disgraceful non existent customer service! 3 months I had to wait and things were steal wrong.
I can second the Lenovos too, my mumsy got one for cheap from her boss, not the latest and greatest but the thing is a little beast, the cooling in the system always maintains good temperatures and I have not had a problem with it since, for my mumsy that is.
I always do a little search on the model number to make sure no known hardware design faults are with the unit.
Acers die very often, and Acer owns Emachines and Gateway and they all are terrible (or I forget who owns who, but they’re all linked, I think) Sony Vaios are really good, I had one before I got my monster of a computer. Everyone says if you can’t get a Mac, get a Vaio.
VAIOs are terrible! I’ve had two P Series Netbooks which are by far the most expensive netbooks going and they are the worst mistake I’ve ever made. Sluggish performance compared to Netbooks half the price (I paid £600 each apx $1000 each). Not only that I’ve also had the UX series UMPC which was close to £2k from selfridges ($3,200) and again, useless. I quite liked the fingerprint lock but the battery was pathetic.So to summarise, I’ve owner 3 VAIOs and have been impressed with 0!
I second this, why buy a Vaio when ASUS make them anyway, plus too much bloat on the install CD