Recently, my Gateway laptop broke and I'm looking to buy a new one. I would like to know which laptops you guys think are the best. I would prefer something around 500$, but I'll take any suggestions. However, I think a mac is out of the picture due to cost. Thanks for any/all advice.
Toshibas are definitely the best. They last for a verrryy long time and usually come with better warranties, plus they're aesthetically pleasing. And they aren't really expensive for a major brand! But, whatever you do, do NOT get an HP, those things are absolute trash; they're the worst of all laptop brands, even worse than the basic ones like ACERs. Good luck.
Originally posted by dussymob
Queen??? If you talking bout me check yourself before you get murked...
Originally posted by Becool
r u guys retard?
Originally posted by Onen
wow youre v racist. is this supposed to be me
Originally posted by TheVoiceXtina
Oh sorry Greasy, i was just giving my niece an ounce of meth.
Macbooks are good, but you're paying more for the brand and style than for the actual function. It really depends on what you need. Look online for some sort of website that allows you to compare select laptops depending on what you need them for.
Every ACER laptop I've had has lasted me years even though I use my laptop vigorously.
difendimi per sempre amore mio, almeno tu
in questi angoli del mondo agonizzante di bugie
rimane la ferita, rimane la mia vita
difendimi per sempre in questo mondo in tempesta
in cui l'amore è il solo grido di protesta di noi uomini
riesco a non arrendermi se ci sei tu a difendermi
My advice is to find one that you personally like the appearance of with a few main points in mind: battery life, portability, reviews, and display.
Around that price range, the difference in hardware probably isn't terribly substantial, and it probably won't make a difference for the average user. Plus, I've found that portability and battery life turn out to be more important in the long-run anyways. I'd recommend actually seeing the laptop in person to determine whether or not you like the way the display looks, because that's what you'll spend all of your time looking at. I mentioned reviews mainly for long-term evaluation. As some have said, Lenovo and Asus make nice laptops for the buck.