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Old 01-17-2006, 05:24 PM   #22
chia
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Originally Posted by jstalin
The comp won't stop running due to a cracked casing you tit. Why don't you try backing up some of your obtuse observations? I've yet to hear of laptop casings or hinges randomly cracking due to cheap plastics. You're a typical uneducated american-minded consumer, owned by the brand the marketing companies pitch to you.
you're arguing a point that ONLY you believe in. you're lying to yourself.

buying a laptop strictly based on the processor?
although the processor is the "core" of the computer, there is much more to a laptop to a processor to make it a good and "reliable" laptop.

would you buy a car only based on its engine? Acer vs IBM? Honda vs BMW. the honda engine (which is the core of the car) is more reliable than a BMW engine. Would you take the Honda or the BMW?
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