which brand u prefer

India
July 11, 2007 12:59pm CST
I am a HP laptop user with core2Duo processor XP media center editionand its perform well..... its cool. what do u prefer dude...
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7 responses
@Rhomen (16)
• Philippines
12 Jul 07
i use the brand dell for my laptop...dell user ever sence i buy laptop...with intel core2duo processor visba os.....and its good performance nothing i worry about my unit...its perform well.....
• Latvia
12 Jul 07
I agree - DELL is also a good brand. I looked at their small sized portable laptop. When I will plann to buy a new laptop I will condider checking DELLs also.
• Philippines
21 Jul 07
i refer DELL, just my husband bought it for us. I dont know why he chose it.;0
@pradoz (404)
• India
16 Jul 07
i have the same one...the HP with 1Gb ram..and vista installed..and it is cool...im starting to learn it slowly
@flor33 (2)
• Italy
15 Jul 07
My ideal subnotebook is Sony Vaio tz11XN, I used it for a week and I'm really amazed for its weight and functionalities, but it is too expensive.
@nokia6233 (937)
• India
15 Jul 07
I prefer Dell laptops since i feel they are bang for the buck.But i am not inclined to any manufacturer as far as the specifications match my requirements. I loki forward a 9 cell battery,atleast a GB of RAM and a dedicated low end graphic card in a any laptop.
• Indonesia
12 Jul 07
i think for brand nowadays any kind of brand is same because many brand now have same specifications so for quality it's same but of course for price not same among brand, but for my favorite brand is IBM..
@rabbitgt (40)
• Latvia
11 Jul 07
I don't have HP laptop, but my boss has - looks nice, but I love the Sony Vaio better (I am a VAIO fan). One thing that I noticed about HP laptop is that it is much heavyer than Sony Vaio's (of coaurse depends on the model). The second thing that I don't like is that you can't replace the built in wireless card with some other brand wireless card - to get more powerful or more featued wireless card. When you put a different card inside the mini-pci express slot then when you boot up the laptop it will tell you to remove the inserted device - you cannot bypass it. But if you are not plannig to upgrade the wireless card then I could tell it is a good laptop.