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    Default Re: Asus Beats Apple In Notebook Reliability :D

    Quote Originally Posted by avanish11 View Post
    Yay! My dad and some of my friends were thinking "woah, are you sure you want to buy from a company that's not well known?" "Hell yes" was my answer, and this just solidifies it
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    Quote Originally Posted by avanish11 View Post
    Yay! My dad and some of my friends were thinking "woah, are you sure you want to buy from a company that's not well known?" "Hell yes" was my answer, and this just solidifies it
    You got to print it out and show him now Show him who the head of the house is(kidding )

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    Default Re: Asus Beats Apple In Notebook Reliability :D

    Quote Originally Posted by Red_Dragon View Post
    You got to print it out and show him now Show him who the head of the house is(kidding )
    LMAO .

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    Default Re: Asus Beats Apple In Notebook Reliability :D

    Quote Originally Posted by CA36GTP View Post
    Asus has 1 or 2 problem models (G1S especially), the rest are pretty stellar.

    I'd own just about anything over Apple though.
    G1S and C90S have overheating issues. The other notebooks of the same lineup have mainly major battery problem. In other words, they screwed up that line up, but that's all.

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    Default Re: Asus Beats Apple In Notebook Reliability :D

    Quote Originally Posted by avanish11 View Post
    Yay! My dad and some of my friends were thinking "woah, are you sure you want to buy from a company that's not well known?" "Hell yes" was my answer, and this just solidifies it
    My dad said that too. I told him I had no problems buying a laptop from the worlds largest motherboard maker, who also does ODM work for many other notebook manufacturers (most notably at the time was the MacBook).

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    Default Re: Asus Beats Apple In Notebook Reliability :D

    When I suggest my friends to buy an Asus laptop, she said "Asus? Do you mean Acer?"
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    Default Re: Asus Beats Apple In Notebook Reliability :D

    Quote Originally Posted by haquocdung View Post
    When I suggest my friends to buy an Asus laptop, she said "Asus? Do you mean Acer?"
    Do you counter with a lethal face-smack?

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    Default Re: Asus Beats Apple In Notebook Reliability :D

    Quote Originally Posted by haquocdung View Post
    When I suggest my friends to buy an Asus laptop, she said "Asus? Do you mean Acer?"
    Lol that happens too often! Oh well ill take an asus over an acer any day. There is something quite crisp,clean and simple that I like about their products.
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    Default Re: Asus Beats Apple In Notebook Reliability :D

    Not all people know asus

    anyone asks me about asus i always tell them they are one of the best companies to build motherboards....and thats always enough to make them understand

    g50vt is my first lappy from asus

    and i can say it now.....it wont be the last!!

    I only hate the glossy finish....dust finger prints annoys me
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    Default Re: Asus Beats Apple In Notebook Reliability :D

    Quote Originally Posted by haquocdung View Post
    When I suggest my friends to buy an Asus laptop, she said "Asus? Do you mean Acer?"
    Well, Asus was founded by a few renegade Acer engineers back in the late 1980s.
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