Apple and Lenovo.
Years ago, I ran through on average, 3 computers per year.
I'm not sure of the very first computer I had, I think it was an IBM or some such as that.
I do wish I could remember it. Kind of funny because I did not understand that it cost
money to connect to the internet. At that time, the only way to connect was thru dial
up. I about fainted when I got my phone bill.
The main computer I recall the name of was through RadioShack. Well, I said I remembered
the name but now I forgot. It's whatever RadioShack brand is. It was a horrible computer.
That was all in the 90's.
I have a Gateway laptop that I ordered directly from Gateway and I kept it in my vehicle
most all the time. I still have it. It keeps a charge for approximately 30 minutes.
I recall buying it about ten or more years ago. The thing about it however is, it works
I have had many Dell's and I must beg to disagree. I spent over $2,000 for what was
suppose to be great Dell desktop computer.....about ten years ago and the thing only
lasted a year.
I do have a new dell laptop but I rarely use it. In fact, I have two, one is much smaller
than the other but both are new even tho I bought them a couple of years ago. I don't
use them much because I don't really like them. I also have a Dell Venue tablet that is
ok but same goes, I rarely use it.
Lenovo, I love their laptops and tablets. For the price and what you get, I have been
more than satisfied with them. I like their products better than Dell.
I would have to highly suggest Apple. They may be more expensive but in the long
run, they are less in price because they tend to last a very long time and have fewer
if any serious issues at all.