Where in Minnesota are you? I work at best buy, you can come and buy a computer from me
P.S. I know the ins and the outs of the PC sales industry, most of you are hypnotized and don’t really know what you’re talking about. Not trying to be arrogant about it just remember I know the ins and outs of these machines. From quality to speed… there are differences.
- High-End Acers
- Dell ( DO NOT ORDER FROM ONLINE )
This is how quality is sorted. Toshiba being the most durable
Don’t worry, you’ll never sound arrogant when prefacing a sentence with “I work at Best Buy”[/quote]
Testy1 speaks truth. A friend of mine went to get a laptop at Best Buy because he knew of a few with big rebates and wanted to take advantage.
He asked the salesman, heretofore referred to as “jackass,” if the couple of models he was looking for had 4-pin firewire connections; jackass went on a spiel about how only Macs have firewire connections because they own the patent.
When my friend said that just about every laptop he’s ever seen has had firewire, jackass tried to convince him that they were mini-USB ports. Because, you know, no one ever licenses a patent or anything.
I’ve never met a BB employee who could even run an inventory check competently.
Still better than Circuit City though.
Curious, HangerBaby, why wouldn’t you order a Dell online when it’s significantly cheaper most of the time and you have more component options to choose from? Also, why isn’t ASUS on your list?