As a prospective engineering/math/physics major in college, which laptop should i get? I want one which can last as long and can run eng/math/phy stuffs?..
*drools*My next TabletPC will either be a Fujitsu or a Lenovo TabletPC-convertible.
http://store.shopfujitsu.com/fpc/Ecommerce/buildseriesbean.do?series=T5010 (Fujitsu T5010)
http://www.slashgear.com/lenovo-x200-tablet-pc-confirmed-in-leaked-presentation-0911942.php (Lenovo X200 tablet)
I also like the Vaio -- it was my first lapop, and it ran great for many years until I replaced it with my current machine.For strictly PC laptops, I also like the Sony Vaios - just make sure you buy the extended warranty (and save every last receipt and packaging item!).
Battery life is generally poor [compared to a full-8-hr day] for laptops and tabletpcs.*drools*
(Low battery life, though, only 3 hrs 45 minutes. I get 5 hours out of mine if I turn the wireless off).
Mine is a T4010. :P
Well first of I would chose a dell and dual boot with xp and linux, this option in my opinion provides the most compatibility.I dislike both Apple and Dell. Apple because of the insane amount of marketing and design they spend on their products which makes them way overpriced. Dell because their laptops are loaded with crapware and use custom drivers that are badly supported.
I personally like Sager laptops, they are well equipped and good priced.
As for those who recommend Dell, what is so great about Dell computers?