Toshiba is good and economical. Never go for dell. Try doing some research and have a look at the resolution of the screen. Higher the resolution better the pixel density(ppi - pixels per inch) which gives you a high clarity images. Sony vaio are known for their screen contrast and high ppi. And also thin laptops are much more handy and light. like that vaio z series.
Dell? Ooh or an iPad an iPad is just like a laptop. It even has a little case that you can fold up on it and you can set it up on your table and boom it's standing up like a computer and yOu can work your stuff!
Mac or Asus. Don't get a Sony vaio! They crap out on you very easily. I had one for four months and then one day it just stopped working. The hard drive went out. I'm very careful with my computers too.
i had a toshiba once when i was young and it let me play some games and do anything ealse i had to do on the internet. aparently it craped but it was used and i sold it b4 it craped and made some bank. anyway i liked it and the more money you got to play with only betters your situation. i dont know about macs that whered youd want to do your research to see what is best for what YOU want to do.
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If youre gonna take it to school occasionally, youll need something lightweight. Hp, Dell, Toshiba. I recommend a simple 15.6 inch. Once you get to college, i highly recommend you getting a netbook, you know the small 10-11 inch laptops. Extremely lightweight, fits easily in your binder. But for high school, obviously something cheap, high school laptops usually dont last that long, & by that i mean, kids usually drop them or something. So dont buy a $500 laptop. DO NOT buy a laptop online, esp. Amazon. Laptops online are usually the most expensive. Find a good deal on stores somewhere, like Best Buy, Walmart, ABC Warehouse (they bargain w/ you).