I recently recieved what appeared to be a legitamit email From DELL computers, that turned out to in truth only be a spam
type message designed to get me to buy their inferior product. My father was a computer/electronics/radar specialist in the
USAF for over 20 years, and he never gave up telling me and my Brothers that HP made, by far, the best all around computers that a civilian could buy. I have to say, having an HP Pavilion a6244n tower, with the Intel CORE 2 DUO E4500 Chips, 3072 MB Ram, DVD w/Lightscribe, and NVIDIA GeForce 8300 Graphics, and an HP Pavilion dv4 Notebook PC with the following: AMD Turion X2 DUAL-CORE Mobile RM-72 @2.10GHz, 4GB RAM, 64 BIT Vista Home Premium with ATI Radeon HD3200 256MB PCI X16 Graphics. I have just purchased the tower 2 years ago, and have zero problems with this extremely high quality product, and the notebook about 1 year ago, and cant get over what a fantastic product this is, and would recommend HP Computers strongly to anyone who asks me what is the best they can get for their money. And, in the future, when real advances are trully made in computing, as the way things are now, there is no real improvments over what I now have in the forseeable future without some new technology, but when that time does arrive, you can be assured that I will be in the HP area of Best Buy, looking for my next HP machine! Just thought that HP would like some possative feedback from a true non professional user of their products.
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Glenn Merideth, President, ReCycle of Montana. A classic Japanese motorcycle restoring co.