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Posted in Best Laptop Brand? on 2005-07-16 05:03:08

In my opinion, IBM makes the better laptop. IBM users tend to be business users - ThinkPads take a lot of abuse as they travel from airport to airport (and security check to security check), and they still work. Supposedly they've been in fires, left in the woods for 11 months, and driven over by cars (in a bag, of course), and they still work.

However, Toshiba's offerings are attractive as well. IBM is pricey - you get what you pay for, they are very well made. But there really aren't a lot of options in the sub $750 market for consumers from IBM - not to mention that IBM isn't sold in stores. Toshiba makes a good product, I've had a total of three and all of them have been overall great products.

However, the feel of a ThinkPad is nothing to sneeze at. It's a great laptop, so I think it wins. However, if you ask me about practicality (spelling?), I think Toshiba is probably the most practical choice for the average consumer.

Haha, ME a liberal? Gimme a break! I LOVE George W. Bush and supported him twice! Lol, actually I meant to highlight how all the liberals keep calling us "right wing wackos". Note that the percentage of poll takers that described themselves as "liberal" and the percentage that said "what a bunch of right-wing wackos!" are almost equal (as of this writing). Lol I'm with you - you just gotta laugh it off and keep going. Adios!

Posted in Computers on 2005-02-15 05:49:23

I built my own desktop, and I also have a 5 year old Dell and a very nice Toshiba laptop.

Posted in Do you ever turn your computer off? on 2005-02-15 05:47:38

Hibernating is great 'cause I can pick up right where I left off - it's great to have XP and everything so I can do that! Of course sometimes it dosen't work properly and I have to reboot the machine, but hey, it's worth it for the usual convenience.

Well, it dosen't look like the current strategy the Democrats are using is working (liberal, liberal, liberal, attack, attack, attack, hate Bush, hate Bush, hate Bush, and so on). If you would nominate more moderate Democrats like Joe Lieberman I think you could do a whole lot better in the elections than you will with left-wing loonies like Howard Dean at the wheel.