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Which laptop should I get?

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  • Flash3FranciscoFlash3Francisco Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
    Which series? There are way too many and which site is the best to purchase from? I plan on buying it online but if there are great prices on stores, let me know!
  • turtlerockturtlerock Registered User Posts: 1,184 Senior Member
    If a Fry's is near you, check it out. Also, another poster recently mentioned getting a great price on a Lenovo in Costco, so check there too.
  • del_psidel_psi Registered User Posts: 229 Junior Member
    Which series? There are way too many and which site is the best to purchase from? I plan on buying it online but if there are great prices on stores, let me know!

    If you want a tablet , buy a ThinkPad X230t.

    If you want a workstation , buy a ThinkPad W530.

    If you want an Ultrabook , buy the X1 Carbon.

    etc...


    You can use the B&N Gold site or another EPP site to get discounts online that would make the price way better than buying in store (if you can even find them in a local store).
  • codymycodymy Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    Samsung has some really good laptops, I saw some good videos about them. Samsung Series 5 14" Notebook - Unboxing - YouTube
  • IvyLeague2020IvyLeague2020 Registered User Posts: 203 Junior Member
    Apple is the best four-year long-term investment.
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