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    Default When buying a new laptop, is it wise to always go for business?

    Are business laptops usually the ideal laptops?

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    Ideal in a sense of what. Quality? No.


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    Quote Originally Posted by marcipaans View Post
    Ideal in a sense of what. Quality? No.

    I just thought that Thinkpad have really good build quality and durability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Espada1 View Post
    I just thought that Thinkpad have really good build quality and durability.
    Well if you know the brand has quality products then sure. But there are quality gaming laptops and other type of laptops too. Either way I wouldn't rely on the brand because there is always that chance to hit a dud, shitty product. You can only lessen the odds of screwing yourself over.


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    Mac! MAc! MAc!

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    Mac does seem to be the popular way to go if you're getting a laptop right now.
    But my laptop is waaaaay outdated so I can't make an accurate suggestion.

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    can't go wrong with a thinkpad m8

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcipaans View Post
    Ideal in a sense of what. Quality? No.
    Warranty on business laptops take a bit more priority than those on regular laptops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FarmerM View Post
    Mac does seem to be the popular way to go if you're getting a laptop right now.
    But my laptop is waaaaay outdated so I can't make an accurate suggestion.

    I thought macs were rip offs.

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    It depends entirely on what you want out of a computer.

    Seriously. The answer is "it depends." That's the answer.

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    Above said it depends on the intention of the usage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Espada1 View Post
    I thought macs were rip offs.
    There's no quality like Apple.. and I don't even use Apple products but I sell them.

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