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User avatar #496 to #407 - pinesol (01/31/2013) [-]
a Business man using Microsoft excel making 6 figures on windows is doing something with his life.
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User avatar #449 to #407 - ohgodthepressure (01/30/2013) [-]
So... Your friend bought a really expensive Mac, but if they don't use the Apple OS it's a good machine? That makes no sense at all, so I really hope I just read it wrong.
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User avatar #423 to #407 - fuzzum (01/30/2013) [-]
You bought a dell.

There's your problem.

End of story.
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#479 to #435 - vincernio (01/30/2013) [-]
Or if you want desktop...message me and i can hammer out details.
#474 to #435 - vincernio (01/30/2013) [-]
Honestly if you want it for video and audio editing on a PC, ASUS is your best bet. However Lenovo has some decent ones too. It's honestly the hipster PC, so it has the attraction of a macbook, but towards people who are actually tech savvy. Go look through the ThinkPad product line, that's generally where the praise goes. If you want something really good though save up for ASUS, and never buy from dell, HP, or a few others that i cant think of right now. Oh and **** Acer, their **** breaks a lot.
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#499 to #486 - vincernio (01/31/2013) [-]
I would seriously recommend one of the ASUS N-Series Then, it's gonna be your best bet, avoid the fancy half tablet half laptop crap, it isn't actually that impressive, and it draing battery like crazy.
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#507 to #500 - vincernio (01/31/2013) [-]
Also if you wait and save up for 2 maybe 3 months Intel is gonna come out with the next generation, so that might be the best time to buy as a decrease in the 3rd gen prices hits.
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#514 to #510 - vincernio (01/31/2013) [-]
No problem. I understand the money issues i have an interview at a fast food place Saturday because my business is slow ( I run high performance gaming computer building, and computer repair as my main job). The difference in this one will be the processor capability, its a new architecture, meaning more power. The last was a manufacturing upgrade the went from 32nm to 22nm architecture. Intel releases in a tick tock cadence meaning for 2 quarters they make a manufacturing upgrade, then the next two is a performance upgrade.
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#518 to #516 - vincernio (01/31/2013) [-]
AH! It's a little more pricey, buuuuutttt you said you wanted an SSD, this is a Dual HD laptop with MASSIVE power, and a HDD and a SSD. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834230897
#517 to #516 - vincernio (01/31/2013) [-]
Well let me doing a quick check and see what else is on the market. but if anything the ASUS
#505 to #500 - vincernio (01/31/2013) [-]
It might even be a bit of overkill for what you're doing, i have a friend who mixes 5 hour tracks on his ASUS with only an i5 and 4GB of ram
#504 to #500 - vincernio (01/31/2013) [-]
Well two things, one with the release of the ****** windows 8 OS the N-series was discontinued, so you'll have to find one second hand, the N-76vz has a GT 650M 2GB video card so it'll handle a lot of heavy stuff here...i found one www.amazon.com/ASUS-N76VZ-DS71-17-3-Inch-Laptop-Black/dp/B007Z9EB0O
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User avatar #440 to #435 - fuzzum (01/30/2013) [-]
Solid state drives are no the way to go. Not yet. Five it atleast 3-5 years were still in the baby stages for solid states drives and there still ******* expensive for what you get.

Just get a high quality standard HDD and work with that unless you -need- a solid state for something in particular.
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User avatar #465 to #448 - fuzzum (01/30/2013) [-]
Well HP is not bad. I always suggest building your own, with some part research for compatibility and other assorted things, so you can make sure you will have a functioning compy, and it's always cheaper than buying a premade set.
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#421 to #407 - Azz (01/30/2013) [-]
HP covered a burnt Hard drive in my laptop just 3 months after purchase. Rather than blame me they accepted their mistake and sent me a new one + a voucher for my college bookstore.
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User avatar #437 to #429 - fuzzum (01/30/2013) [-]
Yea Dell is notorious for being absolute **** in every possible aspect. Computers/laptops by them blow ass. There costumer service sucks ass, everything about them sucks.
#434 to #429 - Azz (01/30/2013) [-]
Dell started going bad around ~2005. Before that the hardware and parts were decent. We still have a Dell Tower in my basement that words from 2003 or 2004 I believe. The one we replaced it with was a dell too but it broke down and died after about a year.
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