Me and my friend both bought a Ford at the same time. This was 8 years ago. Mine is still driving and passes it's mot every year. He drove his drunk into a lake. He is dead and his Ford was written off. Ok, this is an analogy but you get the point. You can't just say Ford's are crap based on that.
When products are mass produced you are bound to get the odd one that will be a swine to say the least, And when its you it can be annoying to say the least. I havent been into computing ( only as in surfing / streaming and reading ) for that long,im still using my first laptop which is a HP Pavilion dv6-6b50 sa,which was a refurb from Currys.There's more spec on here than i ever use and its still serving me well, so for me HP has been very good so i would always sway towards them because of my first experience with there machine.Just to add i have been looking at getting a new one but dont want to end up with a to little spec laptop,screen size same as this one though.
Totally agree,Same goes for when advertised in shop windows.40% OFF in great big letters and the words UP TO so tiny even the hubble telescope would struggle to see them, ( ok slight exaggeration ) .I would like to think the UP TO words could be made law to be a percentage in height to what the figure is.Minimum that is, say 35%..Hope your reading this Mr Advertising standards. Or Mrs just to keep it PC
No I am not a heavy user, I might have been unlucky but friends that have other brands like acer are well created and durable compared to hp.
Wow, would you consider yourself a heavy user? Personally when I buy a laptop, I do a clean install of Windows 10 (if it's a work laptop, otherwise I'll use Linux because it's the best) and then install drivers myself so usually I don't notice if drivers are installed or not unless it's the mousepad and keyboard drivers.