Originally Posted by ew2x4
Thanks for the info. I'm fairly computer savvy, so I know what I want from this computer. It's just a matter of getting the specs, the quality, the features and the price. I'd only return the pc if there was something really wrong with it. I'm not going to just, "get bored" with it. I was talking about getting the HP and if it did have all of these keyboard issues, I'd return it and get the S96J as that is almost guaranteed quality.
So, yeah, once the next paycheck comes in, hopefully I'll have made a decision. Thanks again for the reply.
Glad to hear you're not the type to return without good reason.
Was over in the DELL section of the board and there was a guy that said he bought a computer thru Costco, using the computer for 6 months then returned it... It appearing by his comments and by the wording in his "sig" that he NEVER intended to keep the computer from the get-go.
He posted braggingly that he "used" Costco's generous return policy to "have" a "new" computer to "use", while he waited for DELL to come out with the options he wanted... Using the unit for 6 months, then returning it for a FULL money back.. and I believe going thru DELL to make his new purchase.
I just asked him if there was anything wrong with the unit, called him to the mat if there wasn't and all the sudden I got a bunch of "neg" reps.... Sort of upsetting because at that time I had made close to 500 posts.
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For anyone that's interested.. I was at Costco a day or so ago and I asked what happens when a laptop is returned.. WHO eats the cost.... Hope the guy I talked with is wrong as the guy told me that "HP leaves them hanging"... Costco getting the entire loss.
He said they are sold off to a company for 30 cents on the dollar.. which means on a $1,500 purchase they are going to lose $1,000 each time.
I hope that guy was wrong.