Originally Posted by Chez
What do u guys see in these companies? Their horribly made PC's! Even if u didn't know how to build a PC u'd prob. build something better going into it by just following the instructions that the parts come with.
(1) I personally have never bought an eMachines computer before my M6810, and only had the opportunity to work with an old-school Gateway workstation (Pentium-90 so not that old school). I didn't notice any problems with the Gateway, and I have nothing but pride and excitement with my eMachines laptop. Except the cracking hinge, which will soon be rectified. Meanwhile, I've owned and/or used computers from IBM, Dell, Sun, and a few other companies with no where near as much success as I'm having now. Your choice in companies is based on three things: price, customer support, and luck. If you're on of those people who just got a very bad string of parts and pieces, you'd probably be totally pissed at any company. If you had the displeasure of dealing with poor repair work from an ill-trained technician, or bad customer relations, you'd be just as upset. Also, if you paid too much for whatever you bought, you'd be fuming. My guess is you've had this happen to you, or a friend, coworker, blah blah blah. Take your whining ranting butt off. This is not a "why do eMachines and Gateway suck" forum.
(2) Learn to spell. Take your time. Go back over what you just wrote, and read it again to make sure you got all the words right. Hell, use a dictionary or a word processor to help you construct your thoughts into understandable clusters we in the English speaking world call "clauses". There is nothing worse than a rant by someone who can't type trying to tell us we're stupid for buying a certain type of computer. U stoopid maroon!