Originally Posted by 01001010
Do you like going around and commenting on all my posts or what?
It's common sense that budget notebooks have to make cuts somewhere in order to achieve that certain price point. You're right, some budget notebooks don't necessarily require repairs in the future, and the opposite might be true for more expensive notebooks.
The point being, he gave us his budget, and I'm trying to stay true to it. If he has the money, why not splurge on something better?
dont flatter yourself i was just helping out another member if you have an issue with me take it up via PM not in some other members thread where they are asking for help
and i agree some budget notebooks do make cutbacks in quality , toshiba for instance IMO must be making cut backs on their budget notebook lines because over the years quality has declined
one thing though as well is of course they can make them cheaper when they arent offering the specifications that high end notebooks are offering that pretty much common sense with lower priced notebooks you wont get the same high specification you get with higher priced notebooks
Generally on the whole though i have found budget notebooks from HP dell and asus all to be of high build quality. they are the only brands i have experience from so thats all i can speak for
for instance i have a dell inspiron and i know someone with the XPS and the build qualities are the same only difference is that his has higher specs than mine
and i agree if you have the money then by all means spend it but i was just seeing if the op had made that budget suggestion as they did not know that cheaper alternatives existed plus if you save 600 there might be something else the op wishes to purchase