Quote: Originally Posted by supanatral
You would be best to actually go to a Best Buy and try it in person; this will give you a better oppurtunity to figure out which has a better look/feel to it.
When I bought my first laptop two years ago, I learned a very valuable lesson. Everything you find out about a particular computer "on paper" is all well and good --- but as supanatral said above, you really
need to see these computers in person and try them out. That may very well change your whole feeling about a system.
I was down to my 2 favorites -- after researching laptops for a long time --- but when I went to Best Buy to see them in person, I didn't like the look or feel of either one of them. However, I did see a couple of other systems I hadn't really considered -- loved the look and feel of them, and ended up happily with an HP dv5t --- that I still love to this day!