Best Laptop for Programmer and Web Desginer?

Hello Sir, I am Satish kumar Padala, i am studying Computer Science Engineering from Hyderabad,India. I would like to buy a laptop but i am unable to decide which laptop will suits best for my needs.

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While it missed on item one.

I'm seeing more folk end up with a MacBook Pro which is just under 1100USD,.

- You make me wonder about the word "durable". Are you planning to wear it down? Why not treat these machines with care and not wear them out?

I can't explain it but the programmers I run with are moving to that along with Windows 7 and VMWare's fusion.

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Laptop under 600?

I Cant afford for macbook pro.

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Then will you treat it with care?

If so, there are plenty of fine i3/i5 machines at this price. So many I can't type them all in.

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Ya, i do treat it with care...

Tell me the exact laptop which suits for my needs.

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Pretty much any you find with the usual fittings and CPUs. You can use the laptop pickers in this forum but your needs are not that unique.

Keep in mind all the folk here are volunteers. Once in awhile you see a demand for someone to type in all of the possible units.

Try this. Show what models you are looking at.

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