Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 27th Sep 2012 19:36 UTC
Apple I bought a brand new iMac on Tuesday. I'm pretty sure this will come as a surprise to some, so I figured I might as well offer some background information about this choice - maybe it'll help other people who are also pondering what to buy as their next computer.
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RE[5]: Support and warranty
by BushLin on Fri 28th Sep 2012 20:38 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Support and warranty"
BushLin
Member since:
2011-01-26

You may have noticed I mention Optiplex and Latitude systems which come as standard with a 3 year on-site warranty (i.e. they don't take your kit away).
I have no experience with their consumer support, maybe your experience is typical but my experience of Dell's business support has been exemplary over a long period.
This is in the UK BTW, I have less impressive things to say about their account management but the focus seems to be on support.

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henderson101 Member since:
2006-05-30

The laptop was an Inspiron 7500, which at the time was classed as a business class device.

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RE[7]: Support and warranty
by BushLin on Tue 2nd Oct 2012 15:41 in reply to "RE[6]: Support and warranty"
BushLin Member since:
2011-01-26

Show me any official marketing that mentions any Inspiron product as a business class device...

You seem to be in the habit of spouting a lot of bollocks on here don't you?

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