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Thread: To which you give more priority, laptop's performance or its looks

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    To which you give more priority, laptop's performance or its looks

    Due to daily project work and certain more things to be done mobile, I purchased laptop, so that I can do work wherever I want. The best thing about laptop i.e. portability is excellent feature which comes to be useful for many individuals. Well here I want to create a discussion heading about the laptop’s looks or its performance. I want to know you people prefer performance or looks in laptop. Let discuss each other’s opinion.

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    Re: To which you give more priority, laptop's performance or its looks

    Well nice to see such here such a discussion title. Ok so when it comes to me of telling about laptop’s performance or looks then I prefer the performance in laptop more. And according to that I have recently bought a ThinkPad for me, and while purchasing it I have just focused on its performance ratio. I want my laptop to give exactly the identical performance or even more than that when I compare it with my home desktop computer.

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    Re: To which you give more priority, laptop's performance or its looks

    I purchase what operates, at the superlative cost point. My laptop seems to resemble a piece of crap, but it acquires everything I give it, and then some. My current usage is light, though. I'm planning to buy new one soon to replace it as I feel now that my laptop is degraded. Thus now I care about build quality + performance on my new laptop. I don't care how my computer looks. Just as long as it performs well. So the final vote here goes to performance.

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    Re: To which you give more priority, laptop's performance or its looks

    In my opinion I would state that Performance, ergonomics, and build quality are all uniformly vital. As for looks or designs I could be concerned less. Looks do matter to me, as does performance. But, the "looks" I prefer are those of business laptops: the staid black of the ThinkPad’s, clean and easy design of Dell, Elite books, etc. what I believe is that here everyone would go for looks as they compensate more in laptop just to do work faster, because design become their second priority.

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    Re: To which you give more priority, laptop's performance or its looks

    I prefer the performance and manufacture quality over the look, and I do not like flashy, "design" notebooks. I'm more or less a function over outline sort of man. That said, my opinion is that the ThinkPad is elegant without being too far to think in a business suit most striking party dress. They do work and do it well and I like that. My G73 has a similar spirit 'stealth' design is a very sky-scraping performance computer, but it has all the lights and colors, for example, an Alienware. Build quality is pretty decent, so I'm quite happy.

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