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Old 11-14-2012, 11:33 AM   #24
Grande D
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Originally Posted by trippinbillies4 View Post
Don't become a salesperson. I just said I've never had major issues with even my HP laptops within the time frame that I wouldn't want to replace them anyways. By the time they've failed, I've been ready for an upgrade. To me, that's completely acceptable. Hell, my first Compaq had a monitor cable issue, fixed that myself and gave it to my mom. Next HP was bullet-proof and bought a new one after 6 years, gave the old one to my now ex-gf, and it's still going strong as far as I know. My last HP laptop had a monitor cable issue too and I was the one that messed it up trying to fix it.

So, telling me spending $3k on a laptop because it's still working great for you three years later sounds insane to me, especially when I'd have to learn a new OS.
You owe it to yourself to look at the Mac hardware. You don't have to spend $3k to get a good one. You can easily run Windows. I know of at least one person who has an MBP they use exclusively with Windows.

In the refurb section of the Apple store there are some pretty killer deals.
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