In the world of laptops there is the constant debate about which laptop is better than the other. Most of the time, the arguments have more to do with marketing campaigns than they do with the functionality of the machines in question. The best answer for most people will be “It Depends”.
While this might sound like a cop-out answer, it is the truth. If you are an experienced laptop user and have a good budget and want to use the machines for certain things like writing, photo or video editing, or presentations then you would choose a certain type of machine. If however, you are an average person that simply wants a portable computer to use for email, Facebook, general photo editing, playing online games and watching movies, then the answer might be a bit different. The best way to answer the question is to simply layout where each brand has it strengths and weaknesses.
In the area of price the HP laptops are going to be generally less expensive. Toshiba laptops do cost more, but as you will see there is a reason for that. HP doesn’t have very good customer service. If you are concerned with being able to get results if you have problems with your HP laptop, then you might want to go with the Toshiba. This being said, HP builds a very sturdy and well performing machine. Toshiba laptops are filled with high quality components, one reason for the increased price. Their customer service is outstanding, they really stand behind their products in a big way.
When it comes to performance it is all about the components used to build the laptop. Toshiba is hands down better in this category. They build a laptop that will last for a long time and probably won’t have any need for service with regular use, and in many cases regular abuse. HP uses good components but not quite as good as Toshiba, so they don’t really measure up here. Both computers come bundled with different programs and this usually has more to do with the retail outlet you purchase from than the manufacturer. Don’t let this be a deciding factor in choosing your laptop.
The bottom line for these two laptops is going to come to your preference and price range. An HP laptop will function well and will do what you ask it to, so will Toshiba. The Toshiba will cost you more up front, but chances are it will much longer without fail than the HP will.
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