Sony is a pretty good make, but if parts inside it break, it's very expensive to repair. Toshiba, Acer and Samsung are very good brands, very reliable, and relatively cheap when comparing to Apple, or Sony I have a Toshiba laptop, and it has never caused me trouble.
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I have a Hasee Ultrabook, Intel i5 processor (i7 is also available), 4GB memory, 128G SSD, 14 inch screen, very light, very thin, very fast, very good price. Happy to give you more info. Also video on YouTube. Just search for Hasee Ultrabook. good luck.
Asus.. i have an asus g75 and you spend half as much then a macbook. You'll have specs far superior than that of which apple has to offer. Better Specs = Better performance. With this laptop you have the option to play ANY hight quality game with no lag whatsoever.
ive had a toshiba laptop for just about 6 years and hasnt caused me much trouble. of course any 6 year old computer would want to retire so now i have a samsung chronos notebook and it had everything i would need for professional gaming and editing along with multi-tasking abilities such as video chatting while playing minecraft/skyrim and editing videos while your at it. although im probably one of the very few people who do this, i got it for only $700! hasnt crashed or blue screened yet even though i just downloaded 12,000 dollars worth of programs! (yes i know i didnt actually buy them big deal, it can handle utorrent as well)
in my opinion Dell and HP are for average working and boring daily lives, definitely not for maximum performance, dont be fooled by its specs conceived by its price, HP/Dell are evil!
mac are the best because they don't get the viruses other computers get... most of the viruses on a windows computer comes from windows... I've had a mac for a year now and I've never had a virus i also search the web every day. I love it but my mom has the hp and its good but it gets the viruses. but macs are expensive.