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    I have an HP, and it is not good. Try Dell or Toshiba, these brands have good build quality and performance wise. Asus is good when it comes to specs, but for performance and reliability, it is not the best. you need not to have the best specs for your laptop,just consider what you need. Check this link What kind of laptop should I buy? | Techyv.com for a guide in selecting your laptop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srice425 View Post
    hey guys, i have a friend wanting to switch from his pc to a laptop and wants the most bang/buck. it will mainly be used for watching movies, picture storing/editing. i have an ASUS g73jh and it performs well, but i wasnt sure if theere was a better option now since i have had mine a couple yrs.

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    I have an HP, and it is not good. Try Dell or Toshiba, these brands have good build quality and performance wise. Asus is good when it comes to specs, but for performance and reliability, it is not the best. you need not to have the best specs for your laptop,just consider what you need. Check this linkWhat kind of laptop should I buy? | Techyv.com for a guide in selecting your laptop.

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    ASUS HAND'S DOWN.

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    ASUS! Anybody owned a system from Eurocom? Any good?

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    Chriss, the manufacturers use OEM product. There really is not a lot of difference if you go spec to spec. The service is where it is at and Asus is great. I am sure Eurocom makes comparable product, I would research if the service well.

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    We should have the new iBuyPower Valkyrie gaming laptop which lists for $1299 coming in for review

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    We should have the new iBuyPower Valkyrie gaming laptop which lists for $1299 coming in for review
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