Th3Branded0ne said:Yeah, pretty old James Bond if you ask me. Actually that pic was taken in Japan.
Well guys, I was mostly referring to the tuxedo (and Bond's been to Japan, anyway.)CnC said:I thought it was mission impossible, actually - those exploding messages. But whatever.
Yep. When my girlfriend was at college, I'd occassionaly be suckered into "fixing" a lot of her friends' computers. They were virtually always DELLs, and failed horribly at performing basic functions such as "booting," "shutting down" and "running for more than 2 minutes."I try to stay away from dell, whenever possible. You usually get low quality to match the low price.
It's true that you often get what you pay for when it comes to computer performance. That goes for any brand. However, I'm just saying that in my 3 years as lead tech support guy at my old college, DELL owners were consistently our "best" customers.pippin22 said:You can pay a higher price and get higher quality from Dell.
Yeah, the Dell bashing on this forum has been out of control for years... wait, has Dell even been mentioned before? =)pippin22 said:It seems people in this forum are always saying Dell is no good
I'm sure its a price thingSaiyajinNoOuji said:All though I can somewhat defend them in a way. With the Marine Corps using them, they take a beating when going on deployment and the laptops they have are not ment for that. It boggles my mind why they didn't get panasonic Toughbooks or things of that nature for field exercises and actually situations.