[HOT] The Best Notebook Maker: Dell

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  1. PJ@y-Z

    PJ@y-Z Notebook Evangelist

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    http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/editorial/display/2007-awards_10.html#sect0
     
  2. gary_hendricks

    gary_hendricks Notebook Evangelist

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    Just wondering, why is Lenovo stuck with 9% - is it because only their T61 and X61s sell well, while the other models (R-series) don't sell as well? Also, what makes up the 'Other - 6%' category, just out of curiosity?
     
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    dtwn C'thulhu fhtagn

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    Gateway? MSI? Rebranded Sagers/Clevos?
     
  4. PJ@y-Z

    PJ@y-Z Notebook Evangelist

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    = Other :rolleyes:
     
  5. jack53

    jack53 Dell XPS L322x Lover!

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    I'm surprised Gateway doesn't do better?
    I came close to buying that new Gateway M-150X (garnet red solid) but decided at the last minute to buy the Dell XPS M1530. Glad I did. :)
    http://corvettec3.com/dellXPSm1530.htm
     
  6. Les

    Les Not associated with NotebookReview in any way

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    I don'e ever recall gateway as having established a strong enough presence to substantiate any standing. I owned one a few years back and ended up turfing it because of the problems with the system and lack of support...ok more than a few yrs back as it was a 286 I think.

    We also need to realize these standing are nothing more than consumer response. It doesn't account for the amount of systems sold and we need to consider that there would naturally be more responses supporting a company that claims one in every 3 sales in laptops (33% share).

    So then....how did ASUS get in there? If the responses were true and the results calculated per total percentages of systems sold, I would suggest ASUS may grab top spot.
     
  7. Matt is Pro

    Matt is Pro I'm a PC, so?

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    The Gateway C Series Tablets seem to be pretty popular, especially at my University.
     
  8. RyanM

    RyanM Notebook Enthusiast

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    Toshiba & Dell go down pretty good in my book, allthough I really dont mind any brand. Everybody has their advantages and disadvantages.
     
  9. praneeth

    praneeth Sanath Jaya Suriya!!!

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    Isn't this more indicative of who reads their magazine more, than anything else?

    Which would explain why Asus which has a big hardcore following has a high number...
     
  10. Les

    Les Not associated with NotebookReview in any way

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    Another factor...absolutely.
     
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