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    So me my mom and my sister were looking at some laptops today, and I can't choose which one I like. The main two were a Toshiba and an HP. I'm not into pc stuff, so can someone explain or tell me which onenis more reliable? They were both in the $350-$500 range, had around a 300GB-460GB Harddrive, and 15.6" screens. Both had dual precessors too.

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    I like HP better personaly. I think they look better than toshiba anyway. If they have the same specs , just look into customer service , look , things like that. Best luck to ya.

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    Give us the specs. ^ I'm with Quantum too on HP, but I'd rather go by specs.

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    I would go with HP just because from what my dad has told me. He basically says Toshiba is a P.O.S. and if the HP is the D6 or D7 series than it is good for the price.

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    I would choose the toshiba , They are usually built very well and can take a beating ( being a laptop , your gonna drop it at some stage ).
    Im basing this on the 2 that i own ( 1 is 9 years old , its a brick but you could hit it with a hammer and it would still work ) & the other being a satallite pro thats about 2 years old

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    Alright thanks guys. Probably going to be the Toshiba because after some googling and what not I've seen better reviews on toshiba.

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