Lenovo has more to worry about from Acer than Dell. Dell quit innovating a long time ago, but Acer is in high gear.
Love the picture.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
Glad to see a company try and achieve a constructive goal :) I'm not very "in the know" when it comes to such things, but would Asus not also be company they might want to keep their eye on?
Nothing like a little smack talk to stir the pot!!!!
Let's get it on!!!!!
Haha, Lenovo reminds me of monkeys flinging poo with this statement. I agree ACER is certainly a company they need to keep their eye on, but I also think ASUS and MSI seem to be stepping up their game at least in the mobile market.
From my experience in helping retirees with computer problems, I'd find it hard to recommend an Acer due to what seem to be frequently experienced problems with quality and reliability. The little experience I've had with Lenovo machines, however, would indicate that they here do a much better job. But these are merely my subjective impressions - do any HH readers know of a site where statistics on things like returns due to defects (RMAs) are published ? I'm familiar with one such site - the French HARDWARE.FR (www.hardware.fr) - but they only publish statistics for computer components like mother boards, PSUs, memory cards, graphic cards, and HDDS and SSD - rather than entire computers....
I agree with this but at the same time I think enterprises are going to go for the larger companies like Acer and Lenovo. I know for a fact my company wouldn't go for MSI products, which is unfortunate. I don't like to see companies fail but I wouldn't mind seeing dell in the #4 spot instead of #2.
Now you're just mashing it!
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