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Old 03-06-2009, 01:36 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: New laptop advice

Originally Posted by ApolloIV View Post
Stay away from HP in my opinion. Their customer services I experianced was subpar and it was rated the worst out of 8 laptop manufacturers. I have a dv9000 and had it for over a year and one of the hinges are really loose, some of the keys stick, and they are known for overheating. I say sony or toshiba are you best bet.
HP Corporate Notebooks are good, however some time over priced.
HP Consumer Notebooks (Presarios and Previlions) are rubbish.


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