ludi wrote:Of course, a ThinkPad isn't going to win any stylepoints with a typical teenage girl, so there's that consideration.
mmmmmdonuts21 wrote:Any suggestions? Is it possible for a Sandy Bridge in this price range?
PixelArmy wrote:Lenovo E520 at TigerDirect for $530.
Captain Ned wrote:Thanks for that link.
cynan wrote:Are they as durable as the HP DM1, Thinkpads? Probably not. But if she will mainly be using this at home (not bringing to class everyday) or takes care of stuff like this, then I don't see a problem.
I see a problem. And while one way people (even teenage girls) learn to take better things is by having to live without them they've broken, I don't know that I'd want to scrape together my savings to buy something with the hope that this isn't the device that ultimately teaches that lesson (or gamble on something else teaching that lesson first).mmmmmdonuts21 wrote:With all that being said, I also would like it fairly durable if at all possible. My sister is the devil to electronics and don't seem to last more than a year or two in her possession. (she has gotten better though).
mmmmmdonuts21 wrote:Just want to finish this thread with my choice. Ultimately I went with the Thinkpad Edge 15 inch that PixelArmy linked. I hope she will be very happy when I give her the laptop. Thanks for all the help.
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