What better brand to buy new notebook?

When looking for a notebook to buy in order to use it in our day-to-day lives, we try to see notebooks at a good price and with quality, however there are people who do not know exactly which are the best brands.

There are unknown brands that have cutting edge quality unmatched by the traditional brands that we always see everywhere, this is because stores try to sell what is best sold, and only known brands that are sold.

I have made a descriptive summary of the brands and their descriptions, starting with the best to the worst, however this list contains only recommended brands, and I reserve myself to mention brands that I do not know or that I know are not of good origin.

It is also valid that the quality of the computer varies according to the user's use of it, such as addicting the battery, spilling liquids or installing many programs beyond the capacity that the computer supports.

Let's see the brands:

Apple: State-of-the-art hardware, chosen by scientists and engineers for maximum hardware and software performance even on the simplest models.

Asus: Leader in the manufacture of Motherboards for computers worldwide, currently for PCs it has not been so successful with durability over 3 years, but for notebooks they are still the best.

Acer: Specialist in notebooks and its focus is only this for a long time, became famous for the mass through the light and small version of its notebook.

Intel: Specialist in processors and also have notebooks, of which everything is manufactured by it and leading partners.

GIGABYTE: Every quality server from HP uses Motherboards produced by GIGABYTE, are more affordable cards than Asus cards and have a much longer durability, and notebooks are also well manufactured.

IBM: World leader in the PC standard, hard to find an IBM notebook but they exist. The best seller is the ThinkPad, also found in the second line (Lenovo) in Brazil as IdeaPad. IBM notebooks that are not approved for business purposes are shipped to Lenovo so as not to waste design time and money. Lenovo is looking to make notebooks at low prices, but the engineering that built and made it is from IBM.

Dell: It was better before, but it is still one of the best compared to other conventional brands. Apparently the problems that arise are only due to misuse of the user, such as addicting the battery or the webcam stopped working because the person installed some malware on the PC. Some viruses stop the webcam from working (even when formatting); nothing that Dell support does not solve.

HP: Leader after IBM in the server segment for corporations and large companies. In notebooks, there are two lines: Business and home use. The enterprise is state-of-the-art hardware, since domestic use is compared to the quality of the printers produced, failures can happen, but it also goes without any major problems if the user knows how to use the notebook.

Sony: Compares for my point of view to the hardware of HP, but they are concerned with aesthetic beauty from the outside (and in fact the housing is more resistant) and try to put attractions like Blu-Ray player, USB 3.0 connection and screens in Full HD (for notebooks !!!!).

LG: The heavy line begins, LG has been concerned with assembling good notebooks, and their maintenance is even better. Did you need to format it to remove any viruses? Install the Windows you want, and insert the LG CD to start installing all the drivers. It connects to the Internet and downloads all drivers for the notebook automatically in the most diverse operating system configurations in one click. Automatically restarts several times, you don't need to do anything, at the end of the process, everything is working. It is easy to format the PC with it.

Lenovo: As I said, it is IBM's second line, which is not approved in a project for corporate use, it is sent to Lenovo to manufacture and sell for home use, which is not as judicious as the business profile.

Toshiba / Semp Toshiba: The housing is not the best, but it still has good internal hardware. It is slow from the moment that the person installs many programs on the computer and starts to use the HD to process the data, maybe a memory upgrade right when buying would be ideal.

Samsung: I sincerely take it from the store and lean against the notebook, I think it is very fragile, Samsung is selling some parts of its company to other manufacturers (the segment of hard drives were sold to Seagate), but so far it is the leader for manufacturing of LED and LCD screens. The resistance of the screens is comparable to that of the notebook (it looks like the plastic is the same), but the screen is always stopped in one place, the notebook needs to be more resistant, after all the notebook was made to be carried back and forth, Is not it?

Leave in the comments your criticism or praise for the brand you own!


  1. entao pelo que entendi o Asus são os melhores?

  2. muito bom artigo.. Quando me perguntam sobre notebooks.... Eu sempre recomendo HP e Acer