I can't decide between getting a Toshiba Satellite and a Dell Inspiron?

Discussion in 'Which Laptop should I buy?' started by zxcvbnm, Dec 8, 2015.

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    zxcvbnm

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    I'm a college student and my main uses are basically Netflix and homework on it. Nothing too crazy....
     
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    Toshiba is a BIG Company that MAKES, assembles and fine tunes their own Computers

    DELL assemble computers from parts bought in Taiwan...

    NOW which would YOU choose ?
     
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    Any models in mind? That could make a difference. A few years ago I used to work in a small tech repair store. I never saw a Toshiba there for hardware problems, mostly virus related and performance issues caused by the users themselves. Dells on the other hand... heating problems mostly.
     
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    I was debating between dell model I5558-2148BLK and toshiba C55t-C5300
     
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    Either would likely work. My experience with Dell is almost uniformly negative. My experience with Toshiba, on the other hand, is almost uniformly positive. If it were me, I would go with the Toshiba between the two. Personally, I go with a Macbook with dual boot capabilities these days, but a Toshiba would be a solid rig for a student.
     
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