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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    for ****
    Then you need lots and lots of TB space, bro...

    Plus a huge screen.... :naughty2:

    17.8K:snow:

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    #12
    kung bibili ka ng laptop yung walang O.S mas makakamura ka, kung bibili ka ng may O.S. na worth is 40k, nasa 34k-36k lang presyo nun kung walang O.S. na kasama, mahal kasi ang O.S, dimo naman kaylangan ng original kung ikaw lang gagamit.

    kung toshiba bibilhin mo, hmmmm base sa experience namin madali masira HDD nyan.

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    #13
    oo nga. yung hdd ng toshiba netbook ko nasira kaagad. almost after 1 year lang.

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    #14
    Is your choice limited to toshiba? There are better options aside from toshiba.

    If I were you get something that has Core i7 processor and windows 8 OS

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    #15
    Siguro naman Cathy, eh hindi ka naman isang heavy user. So for that, I'll go with the first choice. Pero much better if you look more. Mahal sa Villman talaga. Better take a look at tipidpc para sa mga mas mura pang laptops. Tsaka ang alam ko, meron nang 3rd generation (Ivy Birdge) Intel processor based laptops na ngayon

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    #16
    Depende sa pag gagamitan niya. Hindi pang mobile for sure kasi laki ng screen at mabiigat ito unlike sa Ultrabook. Pag normal na pang internet at normal documents pwede na yung mas mura. Kung mobile ka better yung Ultrabook, hindi laglag yung balikat mo pag kinerry mo.

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post


    Then you need lots and lots of TB space, bro...

    Plus a huge screen.... :naughty2:

    17.8K:snow:
    I've learned my lesson na. I'm not gonna store **** in my laptop anymore,

    Quote Originally Posted by rukawa11 View Post
    kung bibili ka ng laptop yung walang O.S mas makakamura ka, kung bibili ka ng may O.S. na worth is 40k, nasa 34k-36k lang presyo nun kung walang O.S. na kasama, mahal kasi ang O.S, dimo naman kaylangan ng original kung ikaw lang gagamit.

    kung toshiba bibilhin mo, hmmmm base sa experience namin madali masira HDD nyan.
    Gusto ko rin sana makamura kaya lang hindi naman ako marunong mag install ng OS. Sa kabilang thread ko nga about my Toshiba laptop na nasira, mukhang HD yung problema. I'm satisfied naman with my Toshiba kasi 7 years din na laspag bago nasira.

    Quote Originally Posted by xninjax View Post
    Is your choice limited to toshiba? There are better options aside from toshiba.

    If I were you get something that has Core i7 processor and windows 8 OS
    I prefer Toshiba kasi I had a good experience with my previous Toshiba laptop. It took a lot of abuse from me and didn't give my problems until now (on its 7th or 8th year)

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    #18
    Thanks everyone for replies!

    I mainly use my laptop for browsing and I barely even use MS Office. Also, I carry my laptop around the house din lang . I wanted the backlit keyboard and aluminum body feature of the more expensive laptop. But it's not practical nga

    Yup mahal sa Villman but they have good customer service kasi. I was a regular customer in their Rufino office but I have not been to Villman since I got my Toshiba laptop 7 or 8 years ago. I hope the service is just as good as before.

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    #19
    Thanks everyone for replies!

    I mainly use my laptop for browsing and I barely even use MS Office. Also, I carry my laptop around the house din lang . I wanted the backlit keyboard and aluminum body feature of the more expensive laptop. But it's not practical nga

    Yup mahal sa Villman but they have good customer service kasi. I was a regular customer in their Rufino office but I have not been to Villman since I got my Toshiba laptop 7 or 8 years ago. I hope the service is just as good as before.

    I'll go against the grain here and recommend you buy the more expensive model if you can spare the money.

    it has an i5 processor with 4Gb RAM and Windows Home Premium compare to the other model na i3 only with 2Gb RAM and with Home Basic. even if i was only browsing and watching ****, i'd rather have the extra power and resources.

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy_for_you View Post


    Gusto ko rin sana makamura kaya lang hindi naman ako marunong mag install ng OS. Sa kabilang thread ko nga about my Toshiba laptop na nasira, mukhang HD yung problema. I'm satisfied naman with my Toshiba kasi 7 years din na laspag bago nasira.



    I prefer Toshiba kasi I had a good experience with my previous Toshiba laptop. It took a lot of abuse from me and didn't give my problems until now (on its 7th or 8th year)
    kung HDD lang problem ng old laptop mo, palitan mo nalang HDD nya, mura lang naman yun, hindi naman totally sira ang old laptop mo, tutal naman hindi ka heavy user siguro yung specs ng old laptop mo ay pwedeng pwede pa sayo.para di ka na bumili ng bago.
    karamihan kasi ng new laptop ngayon ay pang heavy user na like me, ginagamit ko sa pc games, software applications etc.
    sabi mo pang ms office lang naman at browse siguro naman yung 8 years old mo na laptop ay pasok pa quality nyan.

    pero kung marami ka naman pera bili kana nga lang ng bago

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