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RoaringFlameLostinShadow RoaringFlameLostinShadow 31-35, M 8 Answers Jan 22, 2012

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I'm loyal to HP. Never failed me.

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Alienware...

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First off, they are owned b dell, second I am not a gamer and third I don't have thousands to spend.

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o :o lol :) i don't have thousands to spend either but i want one haha

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ASUS. MAKES GREAT GAMING COMPUTERS, WITH DESIGNATED MEMORY FOR GRAFIX, IT SEEMS MOST PEEPS HERE ARE INTO THIS. MAC WILL BE a great computer according to its cult following. If ur into music or music production Mac will be far superior w less limitations of Cakewalk pro audio. . I AM AN XP PRo guy. That's what I am familiar with and the NT platform is nice for Dbase mgmt, and networking. I look at HP AND Acer and gateway dell etc.. are all body by fischer type builds hodgepodgeing a myriad of name brand cpu or processors to lead you in then skimp on low.grade memory and peripherals .. build your own for a bit more and two to three times the machine ...I couldn't tell you much more than that.. its all Greek 2 Me as well..

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I own both Dell is easily better.HP is in a state of confusion currently.Serious problems at that company lately.

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oh no, not HP. They used to be good, now they're nothing but crap. If you're thinking laptops, go for Asus or Toshiba. Maybe Dell.

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im not a computer savy person, but my brother is like religous about it, he swears by MAC (I think) but i have an HP and like it

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I would agree about a Mac but the issue is that for all that goodness of a Mac, that's $1199 for a desktop by mac vs 500-700 for a windows desktop.

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exactly, which is why i stay out of that kind of thing, i don't need the best thing in the world, i need the kind that will work for a low price

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I kinda like Dell.

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