SAGER is not a big company because of the price of their stuff, I believe they use pre built sets too. Not too many people use laptops for heavy gaming as well, which is what the company is all about. Most cost efficient just to buy or, even better, build your own PC, from scratch.
Originally Posted by Settie
I wouldn't recommend a Dell, ever. I've had nothing but problems with Dell's, no matter how "good" they were.
Me and my friends and family all use Asus, and none of us have ever had problems, and they're very nice, and really not too expensive.
But I guess it depends on what you're going to be doing on it. Dell laptops are horrible for most gaming, but if it's for something like school or facebooking, IM, etc, then I guess if the price is nice, Dell would be okay. But if you're going to be gaming, Asus is a good choice.
That is mostly personal experience, I mean, some people will do have problems at various degree of severity, with any equipment, either be a Dell, Apple, Asus, Acer, etc. Just do a search, people will complain about every single brand out there.
I did have a problem with my Acer Aspire straight from the box, I sent it for repair thanks to warranty and that laptop is still working fine after 7 years of use. Three different Dell laptops (XPS gaming line when they were actually good, they outsourced the gaming stuff to the Alienware brand now) and a computer, they are working fine too after 6-3 years. Same for iPads, and a few other Asus, Acer and HP computers and laptops.
There are brands who are technically garbage, and have terrible customer service, but these are generally low budget companies who depend mostly on the finance business and use pre built sets, such as MDG in Canada.