What are some good cheap laptops for workstations?
SilverHawk 2 years ago
I have to purchase about a dozen new laptops for office workstations. These are intended to be pretty light use machines, with the majority of their time spent either doing research online or used for word processing. Obviously, this doesn't require the most powerful (and expensive) machines. I'm much more interested in reliability since more likely than not I'm going to be the one getting the call when things go wrong. It also wouldn't hurt for me to be able to turn in a purchase order that comes in under budget. What are some good options I should consider for mid-range laptops?
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