HP & Compaq (62 Viewing)

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  1. jack53

    jack53 Samsung Ultra Lover!

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    First time in awhile I see HP getting more viewers than Dell.:)
    Dell had 52 at the same time. Usually they have about 8-10 more every time as HP does.

    Maybe I'm the only who notices?:rolleyes: :p
     
  2. jetstar

    jetstar Notebook Deity

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    Actually I noticed this a couple of days back, and found it surprising as well. Usually Dell has the higher number of viewers. Maybe this is due to the fact that HP notebooks sales are rising steadily and eating into Dell's market.
     
  3. jack53

    jack53 Samsung Ultra Lover!

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    True! I owned at least 7 dell notebooks before 05. Since then, I've owned 2 HP notebooks. Looks like people are switching over.
     
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    FiReWoLf Notebook Evangelist

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    I know in the States, HP can be customized like Dell. But from where I'm, only Dell provided that services. I bought my dv6000 from the shelves as it is. Hope in the future, HP do have customization for their loyal customers in Asia markets :rolleyes:
     
  5. JM

    JM Mr. Misanthrope NBR Reviewer

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    Indeed.

    I've seen a huge number of the new dv2000, dv6000, dv9000, as well as the older models, as of late in local Starbucks and other cafes.

    Awesome sight, indeed.

    ;)



    And currently, there's 17 view Dell, and 30 viewing HP.

    :)
     
  6. jack53

    jack53 Samsung Ultra Lover!

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    49 viewing HP and 44 for Dell right now :)
     
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    Miller Notebook Consultant NBR Reviewer

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    +1 I came in here to read this. :D

    I looked over the Dell notebooks long and hard (along with a few others) before deciding to go with the HP Business Class. I got to see the HP in person and it calmed my fears about my past experiences with the cheap-o consumer grade Pavillions like they sold as WalMart specials a few years back. If HP continues the trend of making solid, stable computers then I can see them taking up more and more of Dell's business clientele, and that will eventually cause even more of an impact on the consumer grade computers as well.
     
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    FREN Hi, I'm a PC. NBR Reviewer

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    HP has been outselling Dell lately, and next quarter it's projected to be an even higher advantage for HP.
     
  9. JM

    JM Mr. Misanthrope NBR Reviewer

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    Currently:

    Dell: 20.

    HP: 24.

    :D
     
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    gridtalker Notebook Virtuoso

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    I gues all the advertising dollars is paying off for HP
     
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