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Who Makes the Most Reliable Computers?

Rescuecom You might think that Toshiba, Lenovo or your favorite brand might have the fewest technical problems and failures, but you’d be wrong, according RescueCom, a Belleville, NJ supplier of outsourced computer service, support and repairs. The company’s latest Computer Reliability Report, which is based on a sample of 15,000 support calls made in the fourth quarter of 2008 to its support center, shows that Asus makes the most reliable computers. With a score of 972, it is roughly three-times more reliable than Lenovo, at 348, and Apple – the former winner.

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Toshiba is the most reliable product i have ever witnessed
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You can get many reliable laptops but my suggestion is for Dell, HP, Sony & Lenovo.

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When it comes to manufacturing a reliable computer, it means more than just putting together something that works. It’s about putting together a computer that holds up and functions.

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