Re: intro and buying new computer

Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@...>

this laptop I'm using I expect could break anytime. That is why in the meantime I bought an RCA galileo pro tablet with physical keyboard dock for $80 from walmart so just in case this laptop dies I can use the android tablet. it has talkback screen reader built in, a full USB port a quad core mobile processor, 1gb ram and 32gigs storeage with micro sd slot. and it runs android 6.0 marshmallow. and I can take the screen and pull it off the magnetic keyboard dock and just take the screen away and use it as a touch screen tablet when i don't want it in laptop mode. it also has wifi and bluetooth and a headphone port and HDMI connector.

On 3/21/2017 4:07 PM, enes sarıbaş wrote:

Also, my advice would be to just use your old computer until it brakes if it still meets your needs. Newer laptops have fewer and fewer differences in performance.

On 3/21/2017 10:06 PM, Jeremy wrote:
Once again, I think that's where it becomes one's perspective on what's considered cheap and what isn't. There are plenty of people that would believe that spending anything less than 1000 dollars for a machine, most especially a laptop is dealing on the cheaper end of things. If someone is only able to spend upwards of 250 dollars on a refurbished computer and if he/she can't really wait two or three times longer, as to be able to purchase the 800 dollar one, then he/she really isn't left with much of a choice, or not by my thinking anyways.

Either way, if given the choice on which machine to purchase, at least in the ones that Josh mentioned before, I would also take the one with the mechanical drive. Even though it sounds like it might be on the upper end of what he can afford currently, it definitely sounds like the better option.
Take care.
On 3/21/2017 8:40 AM, Lenron wrote:
MI know what it's like to be broke but I am just saying. Why buy
something that you know you will need to replace sooner than later.
That just seems like bad money to me unless you really have to. I am
not saying spend over 1k on a computer and put yourself in debt but
don't just buy something because it's 50 dollars if you know you will
need to replace i t in a few months to a year. Maybe it's just how I

On 3/21/17, Carlos <carlos1106@...> wrote:
LOL. But seriously, I grew up poor myself and I know first-hand that saving

is not always an option.
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Carlos <carlos1106@...> wrote:
People have to eat and pay bills as well. Not everyone can afford to
Ah, you mean we can't live on love? Shame...

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