I purchased an HP laptop two weeks ago week after my computer gave me a severe headache. Meaning, I couldn’t take its vulnerabilities anymore. Name the issues, fan, battery, so slow and so forth. So a lot to mention folks. The worst thing about it was it shuts down on its own because of overheating. Well, a computer overheating issue, the usual thing with aging laptop. Actually, my computer is just about 2 and a half years. My husband gave it to me, same thing also an HP product.

HP Pavillion 15.6" Laptop - Black (AMD A10-5745M / 1TB HDD / 8GB RAM / Windows 8.1)

To make the story short, I decided to purchase the laptop HP Pavillion 15.6″ Laptop – Black (AMD A10-5745M / 1TB HDD / 8GB RAM / Windows 8.1) two weeks ago at Future Shop.I was so happy with its overall performance, the RAM size, processor type, hard drive memory capacity, audio and with built-in optical drive. But, with just a wink of an eye, it easily vanished away. I decided to return it immediately due to a very crucial reason. I felt dismayed that I totally lost the unit because I bought it at the price of $505 instead of paying $700 plus as it was on sale. 

My only very significant concern over such device is the computer fan, which has no separate own opening or window. At times when fan trouble arises like for instance need a replacement or burnt out, if you have no tools or not knowledgeable about computer hardware fixing even just the minor thing like for example, replacing the fan, you need to hire a technician to replace the fan for yourself which for the labor alone cost about $80 excluding the tax.. It’s getting costly now. The majority of the newly built laptops I’ve seen are now manufactured like this way. Well, that’s why the laptop cooling pads appear in the market and immediate offer of store warranty service aside from the manufacturer’s warranty.

So after the computer has slipped away from my fingers, then another crucial decision made up in mind, that I’ll just purchase again a computer next year. For now I have to use the newly fixed computer that have eaten my $106 just for fan replacement alone! How sad! The technician is the one getting richer this way.

The Computer that Slipped Away From My Fingers

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