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Interesting that entry-level laptops are only 10% less reliable than
premium laptops that can cost two to three times as much, especially
when you consider that the performance differences are usually not that
great.  The biggest difference from a user's perspective, is battery
life.

Steve Barner
South Burlington 

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Sent: Tuesday, November 17, 2009 3:42 PM
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Subject: no/etebook reliability

http://www.engadget.com/2009/11/17/laptop-reliability-survey-asus-and-
toshiba-win-hp-fails/

"netbooks have shown themselves to be on average 20 percent less
reliable than entry-level laptops, which in turn are 10 percent more
likely to break down than premium machines"

ASUS and Toshiba score high (higher than apple) HP brings up the rear.

R.

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