Thursday, December 4, 2008

Helllllp me!



So, I'm on the hunt for a new laptop. I'm hoping to purchase one some time next month. The search is a bit confusing, as I am pretty much a tech doofus.

Originally I wanted a MacBook. They're so sleek, streamlined and seemingly efficient. BUT then I hear maybe I shouldn't go that route. HELP ME!!!

- I want something environmentally friendly (developed with that in mind)

- I want something that will LAST. I know most notebooks are built to crash so you can go out and buy a new one, but I want to make my money go as far as it can. I want my computer to have staying power and strength.

So...where to?


If anyone happens to come across this little desperate blog, please clue me in!
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5 comments:

iv said...

buy the macbook, step-on-me! my first mac notebook served me well for three years, but i had to buy the new model to be compatible with my business school's computer network, so i bought a new one, but it's been another 2 years and my dad still has that first one running strong. the macbook i bought for school is still running strong as well. apple's marketing makes you want a new one every other year, but they're built to last, i promise.

Katie Sambo said...

Thanks, Wally! How...nice of you!

Mac people love their Macs, but I'm wondering what the down side is...? Why do Macs have haters?

Nathan said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TubjfUFhecg

Just do it. You know you want to...

rz said...

Macs have haters because they are overpriced, apple makes very strong user-interface design decisions that don't always please everyone and because they are trendy.

As far as environmentally-friendly I think you'll find that most laptops are about as green. I have never looked into this in detail.

I am a recent mac-convert and a like my macbook pro a lot. Everyone I know who has a macbook loves it. Apple has good products and good tech support. Make sure you get apple care if you do get a mac, the extended warranty is nice.

Also check out the eee pc, not as powerful and without a large storage capacity, but really portable and cheap.
http://eeepc.asus.com/global/index.html

Katie Sambo said...

Wow! I love the response I'm getting! Thank you so much! Uh oh...Mac is in the lead! Any PC lovers out there care to make a case??