From personal experience, I've found IBM - and Lenovo - to make
well-constructed/well-supported laptops. I own one, and have recommended
to others. This is NOT in a school environment. There, I've bought the
brand carried by the local PC business I rely on for support (Northeast
Computing Systems, Lyndonville).
David Curtis wrote:
> I personally would never by Lenovo. I never liked any of the IBM pc
> line, since they stopped the PS2 series. Just my 2cents.
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> Dear Folks,
> We are looking at purchasing Lenovo laptops and/or desktops this year.
> have no experience with their service. Have any of you had to call
> support for warranty work? Could you comment?
> Craig Lyndes
> Franklin Central SU
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