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Old 11-22-2012, 09:22 AM   #33
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I think many times, it really comes down to luck, and maybe buyer's expectations. A lot of people here have had good experiences with Dell, but not I and my family. All of our Dell laptops before died JUST RIGHT AFTER the warranty period. It's quite frustrating. So I decided to go for a netbook due to the weight and price, and Asus is the best in netbooks. Lo and behold, this little baby is more durable than the previous laptops I've had. I just take care to always shut it down when I transport it. It's great so far.
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