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Old 05-21-2011, 08:08 AM   #11
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Hi,

I am also looking for buy new laptop anyone suggest me that what brand i buy for personal use.
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Old 05-21-2011, 11:51 PM   #12
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asus or alienware, what do you guys thinks better?
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Old 05-22-2011, 12:09 AM   #13
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im looking to build myself a new laptop. im relativly new when it comes to computers in general so please could you cut me some slack. anyway, i really dont know where to start. i havnt got the slightest clue as to where i can find laptop cases and also dont know whats going to fit in that small of a space. finally, is it even worth building a laptop? or should i just bight the bullet and buy from alienware? anyway, thanks for your time. i appriciate all responses-
I'm sure many may disagree, but if you want to buy a laptop, and have money to spend, you can't do better than a MacBook or MacBook Pro, and here is why:
  • Moron easy to use
  • If you so wish, has a very nice, highly developed technical side to it
  • I love UNIX and Mac's run a BASH shell, that I find much more fun to use than DOS, so you get some of the advantages of Linux with a gorgeous shell on top to make it look like you want to lick the screen
  • Can run Windows, Linux and OS X, in parallel or seperatly, giving you the best array of OS capabilities
  • sexiest body on earth. It is the Kim Kardashian of laptops. (purely subjective)
  • Extremely nice specs (also subjective)

Why wouldn't you want one:
  • Your an Apple hater
  • You can't afford it
  • You are too technical and therefore do not need one
  • You have a friend who is such a Mac guy that you hate him so much that you vowed a long time ago to never, ever buy a Mac because your Mac loving friend is such a deuch bag and will not stop talking about his fucking Mac!

Either way, its your choice. For the record, I dont' have a Mac. However, if I were to get a new laptop, I'd get a MacBook Pro.
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Old 05-22-2011, 03:29 AM   #14
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im looking to build myself a new laptop. im relativly new when it comes to computers in general so please could you cut me some slack. anyway, i really dont know where to start. i havnt got the slightest clue as to where i can find laptop cases and also dont know whats going to fit in that small of a space. finally, is it even worth building a laptop? or should i just bight the bullet and buy from alienware? anyway, thanks for your time. i appriciate all responses-
what are u going to use ur laptop for? school? email? maybe gaming?
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Old 05-24-2011, 03:53 AM   #15
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building laptop IS possible, but it won't be any cheaper. Market for building laptops are too small and parts are too overpriced.
If you can post your budget, then I can look for some deals on laptops for you.
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