Originally Posted by thecommish16
Does anyone actually own a Voodoo laptop that can give a review/pictures/order process etc?
I owned a Voodoo 860 for a time.
The machine worked well. It was smooth, stable and fast. However, it was based on the Arima 730, and like all the machines like it, suffered from the cracked hinge syndrome - twice.
Sorry, never bothered taking pictures.
Order process is easy, friendly, chaotic (in my case because I kept changing my mind about models, cpus etc, etc) and very expensive! Voodoo sales very tactfully and competently handled all my waffling.
Given the opportunity to do again, I would not order a notebook from Voodoo or any other boutique dealer. Painted machines are a pain; every nick, scratch and ding brings great sorrow.
Voodoo's service is excellent for the most part, but the company does have issues with keeping customers informed and updated via email. If you decide on a Voodoo machine, my advice is to make all contacts with Voodoo by phone. Voodoo's customer service is great when you actually speak to warm, live bodies.