new laptop

New Delhi, India
November 3, 2016 9:55am CST
My laptop is really getting old and I wish to buy a new one soon ... Hope my ongoing work goes on well and I'm able to buy a new one within 2 months... God please keep me busy with my work... Can anyone suggest one good brand in medium range..
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@Asylum (48071)
• Manchester, England
3 Nov 16
It is always difficult to recommend a laptop because we all have our own preferences and use computers for different reasons.
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• New Delhi, India
3 Nov 16
For me it is needed for basic functions.... Nothing too much
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@Asylum (48071)
• Manchester, England
3 Nov 16
@amitkokiladitya In that case virtually any current laptop would be more than adequate.
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• New Delhi, India
3 Nov 16
@Asylum OK thanks anyways
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@nomus24g (17468)
• India
3 Nov 16
go for Dell...they have all price range...else on a lower medium range u can opt for Acer
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• New Delhi, India
3 Nov 16
Dell ...hmmm Do you have any idea of its minimum price range
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@nomus24g (17468)
• India
3 Nov 16
@amitkokiladitya check out their website pls
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• New Delhi, India
4 Nov 16
@nomus24g hmm I will for sure
@youless (87491)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Nov 16
I heard that IBM/Lenovo has a good quality for computers. I bought a Dell laptop about 10 years ago and this laptop still works very well until today. And Dell's service is also satisfactory. I hope you will choose a good laptop. It is still important to have it.
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• New Delhi, India
4 Nov 16
My preference is dell only no doubt... But it should fall in my range also
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@youless (87491)
• Guangzhou, China
4 Nov 16
@amitkokiladitya I think Dell's computer has a resonable price anyway. Try to look at the iMac
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• New Delhi, India
4 Nov 16
@youless I think I shall go for dell
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@princemaxp (2054)
• Bhubaneshwar, India
3 Nov 16
don't purchase HP laptops.....their service is poor and also you won't find parts in the market if something gets damaged.
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• New Delhi, India
3 Nov 16
Ohhh can you suggest any other
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• Bhubaneshwar, India
5 Nov 16
@amitkokiladitya dell or lenovo is the best as you would get the best service from them and also the parts are easily available in the market.....
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• New Delhi, India
5 Nov 16
@princemaxp thanks a ton...I think I will go for lenovo
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@Corbin5 (85407)
• United States
3 Nov 16
Well, I had an HP laptop that worked well for years, and it can be purchased for a not-too-high price.
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• New Delhi, India
3 Nov 16
Thank a lot....what about the service and parts
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@Corbin5 (85407)
• United States
3 Nov 16
@amitkokiladitya Well, several years later I needed a new battery, and was able to order that online for around $40. I had only one time it needed servicing and just took it to Best Buy, and that cost so little also.
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• New Delhi, India
4 Nov 16
@Corbin5 OK...thanks
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6 Dec 16
You could buy Asus Zen book which is not so expensive and it is long lasting ultraportable to superior-powered gaming rigs, Asus provides a massive lineup of spectacular laptops at aggressive costs. Its features 13.3-Inch Full-HD IPS Anti-Glare Matte Display with an Ultra-wide 170° Viewing Angle Powerful 6th-generation Intel Core i5 6200U 2.3GHz (Turbo up to 2.8GHz) Sky lake Processor Networking: Integrated 802.11 ac (Wi-Fi), Bluetooth 4.0 support 8 GB RAM/ 256 GB SSD Cast with this features you can play all types of games. Find More:
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• New Delhi, India
6 Dec 16
I think this is not available in India... Anyways thanks a lot
@AkoPinay (10962)
• Philippines
4 Nov 16
I prefer desktop computer at home and iPhone outdoors.
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• New Delhi, India
4 Nov 16
But desktops need a lot of space
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@puroypoi (274)
• Cainta, Philippines
4 Nov 16
i have my laptop for six years now and yet still working, brand name is Lenovo.
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• New Delhi, India
4 Nov 16
Many votes are for lenovo ...I think I should consider it
3 Nov 16
I have been using lenovo since 2014. It is still in good condition.Maybe you could consider this brand
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• New Delhi, India
4 Nov 16
This is also a good option... But I don't intend to spend much
@owlwings (38301)
• Cambridge, England
3 Nov 16
I recently bought an HP Pavilion new for around £300. I am very happy with it and, unless one plays games, I see no point in paying any more. Of course, you can buy second-hand refurbished ones for a great deal less than that.
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• New Delhi, India
3 Nov 16
Thanks...I think it can fall in my budget
• Jacksonville, Florida
3 Nov 16
I hope you will be able to get your new laptop soon! =) I personally like HP or Dell but it has to be your choice of course.
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• New Delhi, India
3 Nov 16
Thanks....I shall do my research also
@Jenning (2025)
• Nigeria
4 Nov 16
Maybe Sony VLO. Yeppps
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@just4him (96484)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
4 Nov 16
I like Dell. Acer is also good.
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@Raine38 (9036)
• United States
3 Nov 16
I don't know if they're still making IBM thinkpad. That laptop is a monster in a sense that it can be really durable and the battery life is lasting. I have had mine in over 6 years now and it's still doing good. Although I don't use it anymore because I have been gifted with a MacBook and have a company issued laptop.
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