If you’re one of my long-time followers, you probably know how unhappy I am with Dell (seeing as if I feel like I’m getting ripped off or trolled, I will generally complain about it and take some action against it). Even if you just do a quick search for the word “Dell” on my website, you’ll see endless blog posts about how they tried to milk more money out of me for repairs and straight-up lied to me.
I have some brilliant news today.
For literally the third time in a row in the last six years, my Dell laptop has died one month after the two-year warranty.
At the rate that things are going right now, there’s literally no reason for me to ever lay my hands on a Dell product ever again in the future.
I’ve been working in the online entertainment industry for a while now, and as demands are increasing, the resources provided by a laptop are lacking. I’ve decided to take this opportunity to upgrade myself from a laptop to a desktop computer.
Of course, this heavily inhibits my mobility, but I’m pretty sure that with the savings from how cheap high-end desktops are compared to high-end laptops, I can probably just get myself a Chromebook or something if I ever need to work on the go.
Never buy a Dell laptop.