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When stuff breaks days after the warranty expires?

Posted on Thursday, August 16 2007 @ 09:05:34 CEST by

Computer, or computer parts, breaking right after the warranty expires, PC myths? Or a dark art mastered by a mere few manufacturers?
A little over a year ago I bought a new notebook, a nice 17" widescreen nx9420 from HP, a top-of-the-line business notebook, to replace my other HP business notebook that had "just" a 15" screen. Why go with a business notebook you might wonder? Well, I can do without all the nonsense bling-bling the consumer models are outfitted with and the business notebooks from HP seem to be a bit more sturdy and strong. My previous HP laptop has proven itself over the past two years and actually is still going strong..
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