Bansisingh
2018-11-01T10:46:32Z
Every brand seems to have some major drawback except for Dell. Asus apparently has horrible support, Lenovo did that spyware [censored]two years ago, Huawei and Xiaomi apparently have bad support too. I've read from a few people and a support thread that the HP Envy and HP Spectre lineups have screens that spontaneously crack from defect and HP won't replace/repair them. Does anyone know how true those claims on the HP laptops are? I just want to get something that will last and have good support if I need it in case the hardware [censored]out on me.
smalltalk
2018-11-02T19:01:07Z
Originally Posted by: Bansisingh 

Every brand seems to have some major drawback except for Dell. Asus apparently has horrible support, Lenovo did that spyware [censored]two years ago, Huawei and Xiaomi apparently have bad support too. I've read from a few people and a support thread that the HP Envy and HP Spectre lineups have screens that spontaneously crack from defect and HP won't replace/repair them. Does anyone know how true those claims on the HP laptops are? I just want to get something that will last and have good support if I need it in case the hardware [censored]out on me.

It's really not about brand, but specific model and if you carefully search, you'll find complaint about all of them. Some are probably better, depends on the territory. Dell Latitude laptops are generally better, for example. (Business class laptops are generally better).

What exactly are you looking for?

Purpletide
2020-03-04T04:10:23Z
For me Dell is one of the best.