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Laptop for 40k

Niilesh

Padawan
I think u series is designed for portability so that's why it has a higher price.
BTW also look at HP dv4 3016tx and 3015tx
 
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prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali
m a bit sceptial abt the hp laptops as i've heard they have got heating issues,suggest me something other than hat
 
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prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali
well it was a typo and what an arrogant/ignorant/i-know-all person would point that out in a tech forum and yh m being placid
 
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prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali
lol i'd rather prefer something that doesn't need a cooling pad n btw what do u think abt the Asus K series
 

montsa007

~Bulletproof Monk~
hmmm the specs are the best bang for the buck i guess,jus got check abt their customer support and issues with the hardware,if any.

From what i know 'Dell' has the best after sales support + has extended warranty (Have worked with dell for a small tenure, hence the comment)

Not sure about others as never had any problems with my gadgets.
 
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prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali
yh i always prefer dell products over others but i was rather inclined with the Asus K series after looking at the config
 

montsa007

~Bulletproof Monk~
yh i always prefer dell products over others but i was rather inclined with the Asus K series after looking at the config

Why not contact the local shop and ask about it specifically? [Not a small pan patti shop]
I mean questions like
-Who has better support?
-Where is the nearest authorized service center

Since they are the best people with the much needed local knowledge to guide you before you buy the lappy (No wonder they crack their heads 24*7)
 
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prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali
Yeah, they are actually bang for buck! You can go for them, just check their ASS in your region. :thumbs:

lol what is ASS

Why not contact the local shop and ask about it specifically? [Not a small pan patti shop]
I mean questions like
-Who has better support?
-Where is the nearest authorized service center

Since they are the best people with the much needed local knowledge to guide you before you buy the lappy (No wonder they crack their heads 24*7)

yh i'll do that n btw any recommendations other than hp and i also i get a 10% off on hp as a friend of mines works there
 

dashing.sujay

Moving
Staff member
lol what is ASS



yh i'll do that n btw any recommendations other than hp and i also i get a 10% off on hp as a friend of mines works there

ASS=After Sales Service. :lol:

If you don't want to increase your budget, then Asus is the most VFM (Value for money) lappi for you.
 
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prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali
well i would certainly but i dont see the point it'll mainly be used for project reports and little bit of entertainment as i've a gaming rig of my own
 
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prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali

prabhu.wali
yh i will confirm with the local dealer,if +ve abt asus i'll go with it or else i'll go with dell,but suggestions are welcome
 
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