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Acer or Lenovo? Please help

#11angermngment101Posted 8/26/2013 6:34:56 PM(edited)
Let me give you my little experience with Lenovo.

In 2011, I purchased a lenovo y560 from ebay. It was used, but it was working. When I received the laptop, it worked fine until i started to try playing games on it. It randomly would BSOD during games. I called lenovo support, and they told me there is still warrantee left on that laptop, so I sent it in for repairs.

They couldnt fix it, so they sent me the newer model lenovo y570 instead (Valued at $1500). Brand new.
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#12TheFeshPincePosted 8/26/2013 6:35:15 PM
angermngment101 posted...
Let me give you my little experience with Lenovo.

In 2011, I purchased a lenovo y560 from ebay. It was used, but it was working. When I received the laptop, it worked fine until i started to try playing games on it. It randomly would BSOD during games. I called lenovo support, and they told me there is still warrantee left on that laptop, so I sent it in for repairs.

They couldnt fix it, so they sent me the newer model lenovo y570 instead (Valued at $1500). Brand new.


Damn bobby that's nice
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#13XNo_FearX(Topic Creator)Posted 8/26/2013 6:49:01 PM
I ordered an ASUS laptop instead for $700. Too good for that price imo

8gb ram expandable to 16gb
GTX 660M 2gb dedicated memory
Core i5 @3.2GHz
750gb hard drive
backlit keyboard
3 usb 3.0
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#14TheFeshPincePosted 8/26/2013 6:50:03 PM
XNo_FearX posted...
I ordered an ASUS laptop instead for $700. Too good for that price imo

8gb ram expandable to 16gb
GTX 660M 2gb dedicated memory
Core i5 @3.2GHz
750gb hard drive
backlit keyboard
3 usb 3.0


Sounds pretty nice.
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#15Golden MavenPosted 8/26/2013 6:52:47 PM
Good choice. ASUS is a great brand, and you'll get more functionality out of that laptop.
#16Hi CPosted 8/26/2013 7:14:13 PM
XNo_FearX posted...
Golden Maven posted...
Do you want better specs (Acer), or reliability (Lenovo)?


can someone explain to me why Lenovo is reliable? Everyone says they're one of the best
Also why is Acer usually considered crappy?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ThinkPad

They were the "Ipad" of the late 90's early 00's.
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