Is hp the best laptop?

I use hp laptop many years.I fell so comfortable on that.What do you think guys??

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My last HP was my last (new) HP.
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no specific brand is the best laptop

each company makes a range of laptops some good and some bad if youre looking to buy a new laptop you can tell me your use and any other information and i will recommend you something that fits you

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HP consumer computers are trash

I don't like singling out every product in a company, so I'll just say that their computers are junk.

HP consumer line and business line of computers as of 2019, are garbage.

Pay close attention to what happened to their restructuring with HP Enterprise. Then what happened when their CEO's failed the company, for years, year after year. Just visual cues of their design phase throughout the years, and operations, they had to pull some unique strings to mass produce failing hardware in order to survive.

SMB, Corporate IT, and consumers that purchased HP quantities in the past decade as of 2019, have seen their own nightmares of the creatively, heartless engineering stemming from HP.

Good or just okay products, but they're not great, no where near the best.

They're like AMD during the X2 days of 2005. The got cocky, and then when Intel released the Intel Core 2 Duo in 2006, AMD never really truly caught up again. That's like HP, why does your stuff run less efficient and at higher temps? Something about their branding is just "off."

They're good at advertising, is about it.

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