New Delhi, India
• 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.
6 Dec 16
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• 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.
• 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.