Please allow me to be a bit cynical for a moment:
With the exception of the Clevo designed and manufactured motherboard and chassis, that Prostar/Sager notebooks use, EVERY OTHER NOTEBOOK manufacturer uses THE EXACT SAME parts.
There are only so many sources for LCD panels, 2.5" hard drives, notebook size CD/DVD/floppy/CDRW drives, keyboards, MiniPCI components, etc.
I currently have 2 note book computers in my posession, 1 Dell 8200, 1 Toshiba 9100. In the 13 months since I bought the Dell I have had the UXGA LCD replaced (watermark effect on top 1" of LCD panel - known manufacturing defect), the entire bottom chassis replaced (due to a bad NIC port which is molded into the bottom chassis), the HDD replaced (after 2 months - started making a noticable clicking sound), and now it appears the HDD needs to be replaced again.
Is this indicative of Dell making a terrible laptop? NO Its indicative of poor quality control from the OEM's they get their parts from, and its indicative that parts just fail over time in this industry.
What is important when buying a computer of any type (portable/desktop/server) is having confidence that if something goes wrong, you will be able to get a competent, helping person on the phone (or through email) to assist you with the problem, and facilitate a solution.
This is where PCTorque comes in. There are several importers/resellers that market Clevo designed/manufactured Prostar/Sager branded notebooks, but PCTorque is the one that provides exceptional customer service, and time and time again goes above and beyond to help a customer with ordering/shipping issues, or technical problems.
Well thats just my 2c worth, hope it gives you food for thought.