I have an apple laptop, and it works wonderful. All my i devices use the same cord as well as very cohesive. I don't have to worry about any of the individual pieces and parts. All are covered under warranties, but I have never had an issue with anything. : ) Hope this helps.
Alienware (aka from Dell) is for gaming... Apple is for professional stuff.... so I really don't know. For Apple is like iMovie or Photoshop etc etc but I'd get an Alienware because it's for gaming PC's :)
Well a Dell is great if you like to work and do business and homework, but a apple is good for if you like to make videos and Photoshop and that fun stuff. But you can also do some of that on a dell i say a Dell is Amazing but a apple is pretty good to what you personally (i have a Dell an i just love it. It works amazingly and its really fast)
i would get a mac. if you want a windows i think that you should wait until widows 8 comes out wich rumors say at the summer and so is a mac upgrade so DONT BUY ANYTHING UNTIL THE SUMMER. but apple software is simpler but windows is for gaming and just normal day tasks . a mac is for a person that is all tech and latest technology . and last dont buy a mac but get a Sony vaio best windows ever
Apple products are less likely to get viruses. They are more expensive but last a lot longer. Most of the business world uses Dell or HP computer systems so be sure you can do conversion from one to the other if you get a Mac.
My Dad strongly dislikes his dell, because sometimes it will freeze and will go slow (and his is a newer one). I just got a Macbook pro and I'm in love with it. Of course, the core processor is a big factor too. The i7 core processor is really good.
I think it's dell. Not only does it run many more applications than Mac, but it will also be MUCH more powerful for the price, Especially when the Ivy Bridge CPU architecture comes out. People say that Macs are more for photoshop and making movies, but a Windows computer can do the same, just with much more powerful hardware and software support.