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Old 11-09-2011, 07:21 AM   #6
Steve Rindsberg
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>> Oh yes - you get what you pay for

Or at least we can be certain that we won't get what we didn't pay for.

>> Next time, I'll spend a lot longer looking at reviews and try harder to hunt down the business models, even if I have to compromise on screen size.

Wouldn't it be nice if the manufacturer sites were a bit more forthcoming about which product lines are appropriate for what tasks? I've gotten fluent enough at Lenovospeak to work out what I want there, at least until they change everything. Again. Dell leaves me clueless. (Hint to Dell ... I get mystified, I give up, I go back to Lenovo and buy their stuff. Hint?)

   
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