Originally Posted by Dr_Kil
I get sick of people who think it's their job to moniter peoples posts and make negative remarks on them. Since when is it a bad thing to try and get the most value for your buck
, it's happening within Dell's policy. To me customer sastisfaction garanteed means exactly that.
This forum, amoung other things, is to ask questions and recieve answers, if you want to make a guy feel bad for seeking help go to a counter strike forum or something.
I think its about time that people start taking the "best value for my dollar" a little more lightly. Let me ask you something Dr Kil. Would you have purchased the Sony if it had the same specs at the 9300 with the exception that it has the Xbright screen at the same price? The answer is most probably yes and don't even give me the styling BS! So why is it that you don't have a Sony right now, but that you are stuck with a Dell Inspiron notebook? The answer is probably because it cost much less, and once again don't give me that "I can afford the Sony if I wanted to" BS. So let's get back to the best value for you dollar theory....the fact of the matter is that since you paid less for your computer, you are already getting the best value because Dell simply had to cut various corners to lower their prices. It is simply human greed to have unlimited wants, but remember that Dell needs to make money too.
So for those of you who still think that spending $2K on a laptop is too expensive, and that you really think Dell is responsible for giving you screen replacments after replacements, maybe you have bought something that you can't afford comfortably and should conside something cheaper. Maybe then you will have the attitude "It only cost 500 bux, who the f**k cares about sparkles."