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answered by LEGEND (5,023 points) 4 7 17
I have used two laptops so far,lenovo and HP. I highly recommend you tp go for lenovo T420.First, it doesn't heat like other laptops especially HP. Second, it stores charge upto 8 hours and doesn't discharge faster.Finally, its got a good processor speed.I highly recommend you go for lenovo with 500 gb internal.
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answered by LEGEND (7,162 points) 4 14 34

If you are looking for a good laptop there are several brands on the market that are reliable and will last.

  • Toshiba - I have owned several Toshiba laptops and they are excellent and well made. The last one I had for 5 years before I sold it to a friend who wanted it so badly. I never once had an issue with this laptop and it is still working today. 
  • I also own 3 Acer laptop and one of them is 8 years old. I only had to replace the hard drive in this one once. These are excellent laptops and they do last. Currently, I only have 1 of the Acers here with me because I sold the other two.
  • I also own an MSI laptop and I love this one. This is to me is by far the best. However, I did love the screen on my Toshiba and between the two it is a toss up which one is best.
I repair computers and I can honestly say that it is a good idea to stay away from an ASUS laptop with an AMD processor it. I have 7 of them here right now that all need a new motherboard or a power supply for them. It appears that these laptops don't last long and they seem to burn up easily. I find that the laptop heats up rather quickly and this is what causes the issues with the motherboard. 
I would recommend an MSI or a Toshiba laptop. However, if you are low on funds I would defiantly by an ACER. 
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answered by (275 points) 1 7
It depends on your usage, if you're more on social media and light games, you can follow @Poehere advise but if you're fun of games and social media, or looking for high-end laptop then I refer you to purchase an Asus laptop, because nowadays they offer high-end graphics card that is included in a laptop, but if you'll focus on gaming I rather advise you to purchase a desktop or a computer since it can handle more pressure unlike laptop. If you are going to use your laptop to do heavy tasks there are a chances that it will be overheated unlike on desktop wherein you can add a liquid cooler for heavy tasks and avoid overheat.

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