The Top 10 Computer Brands

Updated:  2012


Why? Thin and stylish laptop design, with a strong, durable finish and attention to detail.

Best Models: Asus Zenbook UX31-RSL8, Asus Zenbook Prime


Why? Excellent keyboard and security features. Good durable build.

Best Models: Lenovo IdeaPad; Lenvo ThinkPad T430, Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1, Lenovo IdeaCentre A720

Why? Decent hardware designs. Impressive durability. Partnerships deliver exclusives such as Beats Audio. A lot of personalization and color customization. Expensive models deliver more and are worth the money.

Best ModelsHP Envy 14 Spectre , HP Envy 17, HP Folio 13, Pavillion line


Why? Great screen LCD technology ( Toshiba TrueBrite )   ; in general, solid construction but cheaper models are junky. Plenty of bundled software to protect and secure a new PC.

Best Models: Toshiba Portege

Why? Great screen LCD technology ( high screen resolution and good brightness ); expensive models enjoy better durability and hardware finish

Best Models: Samsung Series 9;


Why? Very durable finish but not very stylish or thin. Good customization available. Usually comes with Blu-Ray built-in; usually has inferior AMD processors

Best Models: VAIO line and Sony S

Why? Stylish and very customizable and colorful. Not very good design and construction. Decent hardware. Good service and customer support.

Best Models: Dell 14z, Dell XPS 15


Why? Good design but flawed construction. Stylish and often light models with inferior construction.

Best Models: Acer Aspire S3, Acer Aspire S5

Why? Floppy design and construction. Not a very reliable computer, with little to no reputation.

Best Models: None we can think of…

Why? Reputation for not-so-good laptops and horrible tech support.

Best Models: None

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