Dell Inspiron or Sony Vaio... which one I should go for??

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  1. Kusha Soni profile image68
    Kusha Soniposted 5 years ago

    Dell Inspiron or Sony Vaio...  which one I should go for??

    I am planning to buy a new laptop... please suggest which one is a better choice....

  2. rishidave23 profile image74
    rishidave23posted 5 years ago

    You should go for Dell....

    On hardware front, Dell is better as compared to Sony. Also when u compare after sales services, I think Dell services are better. Sony Vaio definitely looks sophisticated but performance wise Dell is a better choice. If u talk about gaming, again, Dell is better.

    I would suggest you should go for Dell only.

  3. profile image0
    jlcustompcposted 5 years ago

    They are both very good but it depends on what series you are looking into purchasing.

    Sony offers a lower base starting price and both are large reliable companies.

    I have owned both in my years and I was not disappointed with either.

    Sony offers a better price structure and the base models of both can be widely upgraded. It basically comes down to brand preference.

  4. nitin.pant profile image74
    nitin.pantposted 5 years ago

    Dont go for dell. In india thier service is pathetic . They have 1 yr warranty after that expires, u need to pay INR 40K to get your laptop repaired!!

    I was very disappointed with my inspiron.

    1. GurjitSinghKhehra profile image60
      GurjitSinghKhehraposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      But friend, i have a dell and two of my friends too...and we all enjoy their service, they answer our every question, they have toll free no. and the one most important thing is 'Life cover'.Recently my friend replaced his dell and they ask no ques.

  5. Author Cheryl profile image87
    Author Cherylposted 5 years ago

    I will never buy another dell.  It is impossible to speak to anyone in this country when you need help.  I have an HP and it is great.  If I had the money at the time of purchase I would have went with a Mac.  Dell certainly makes crappy computers as I have had two crash no matter what I put on them to protect them. Hackers can easily hack a dell.

    1. Kusha Soni profile image68
      Kusha Soniposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the info...

  6. Troyangeluk profile image53
    Troyangelukposted 5 years ago

    From experience dells don't last so good. I've heard great things about vaio's never heard of one going wrong.

  7. jose7polanco profile image73
    jose7polancoposted 5 years ago

    Sony vaio comes with great amazing software only sony computer come with. If you are the type of creative person who would enjoy to create and edit a few music video or photo files then i would say go for sony.

  8. Charlu profile image79
    Charluposted 5 years ago

    I have a Dell now and will probably never own another one.  I have never owned a Vaio but a good friend of mine has one and loves it. 
    The Vaio will probably be my next computer or I will go back to Gateway which I  had the same laptop forever and it worked great.  Oh well live and learn

    1. Kusha Soni profile image68
      Kusha Soniposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks Charlu...

  9. Kusha Soni profile image68
    Kusha Soniposted 5 years ago

    Thanks everyone for the info...

    The below model seems good for my use:

    http://www.sony-asia.com/product/vpceg38fh

    Let me know if anybody is already having this one...

 
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