Join Date: Apr 2003
Location: Alvarado, Tx - B.F.E.
I worked for Fry's selling laptops/pc's for 5 years and I know from experience which ones are better etc etc...
No perticular order..
Toshiba - most reliable, drop it, still works. Best bang for the buck. Battery's do tend to suck a little. <---- my pick, I do own one, been awesome for the past 5 years, not a single problem, been dropped a few times.
Fujitsu - Horrible, pixels go bad constantly, keyboards fall apart, cheap $$$ (trust me, would piss me off when someone would return on, commission hit).
Sony - Very good laptop, Pricey. No perticular problems, just pricey.
Hp and Compaq - Hit and miss laptops, sold alot of them and had alot of problems with misc bs from usb ports not working, pixels out, screen loose, touch pad inop. for the money they aren't bad but would buy other brand.
Acer - Cheap laptop, not alot of support. (did not sell at fry's, but I did have experiences in repair dept)
Great Quality (Also known as GQ, Fry's Special) - Hahahahaha, thats all.
Dell - ???? Never sold them, heard good and bad things (usual bs)
2001 Arctic White M6 SS - 2005 Iron 6.0, Comp 224 566 115, LS2 Chain, LS6 Pump, TR Pushrods, ARP Rod Bolts, LS6 Intake, Home Built Front Mount MP T-76 Q-Trim Turbo, 60lb Inj, TurboWerx Pump, Racetronix Kit, Spec 3+, - 9psi 545rwhp/542rwtq - More Boost to Come!
*SOLD* '91 Coupe, LS1/TH350, Heads 'n Cam, 6.72 @ 102 N/A
Also, 280lbs ain't a lady.