Hey MyLotters i need Ur Help! Please give me a good Sugestion..
August 2, 2011 4:49pm CST
Dear Mylotters One of my Friend Want to change Laptop with me Bcoz he likes Dell and his Father Bought Hp Laptop Fro Aboard..Now i m giving all the specification please guide me..That should i change with him or not? My Laptop Dell N5010 15R Intel I5 Processor speed is 2.67Ghz. With 4 GB of DDRIII ram, 500GB Drive, And 1GB ATI Redeon Graphics Card.. With 8months warenty left. My Friends Laptop HP DV6 Intel I5 Processor speed is 2.53Ghz. With 4 GB of DDRIII ram, 650GB Drive, And 1GB G-Force Graphics Card.. With no warenty as it have been bought for hi from abroad.. Please i need sugestions..
• Daytona Beach, Florida
4 Aug 11
I would advise your friend to save his money and get his own Dell. They offer pay-as-you-go programs so you can pay the computer off in installments. That's what I've had to do with my last two laptops. I don't make a whole lot of money, so I scrimp and save and pay things off in installments. He will be happier if he earns the laptop himself. And, asking you to trade would be an insault to his father who got him the computer in the first place. He should at least use it, put it through its pases, and later down the road if he needs a new one... buy one himself.
5 Aug 11
Well buddy thats True, But u know people now adays, I have a friend who have even sold his girlfriend Gifts, or even gifted them to others..Funny But True, Well here in Pakistan u cant Buy dell in installments...so it impossible for a student to buy such an expensive laptop..
4 Aug 11
I would suggest not to trade since DELL is a really good brand. I prefer DELL over HP (sorry to HP lovers out there :P). Second, there's still warranty on your laptop while your friend has none. What if your friend's laptop suddenly got a problem? You still have to pay for the repairs to be done. Other than that, the specs almost the same. If you want the additional 100GB hard disk, you can buy an external hard disk anytime. It'll be more than 100GB too :) But then, if you really want to trade just to have an experience on how to handle HP, you can ask your friend to trade with your for a limited time. Like... A week or two? Then decided if you really want to trade or not. Or, as strawberry said, wait for your warranty to expire/end before you trade with your friend :)