The debate "HP computers are pretty shit" was started by
July 11, 2014, 11:56 am.
40 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 32 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
PsychDave posted 1 argument, I_Voyager posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
echofrommadiun posted 1 argument, christopher1006 posted 1 argument, Superr1fifty posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
emjoy2000, budbud70, tkershaw3, Portia_Yov, Unfathomable, kennediharris515, zoah, wmd, zelda42o, Flimpy, mansi, PsychDave, Pavithran, liamjosephcash, Zinluu and 25 visitors agree.
echofrommadiun, true_debate_life, christopher1006, Wantonjon, KaterinaVinther, Kamakshi12, DavidStuff777, Superr1fifty, I_Voyager, DB8101 and 22 visitors disagree.
HP needs to stick to making sauce.
Maybe, buy ASUS!
Depending on model, some HP computers have very poor specs and struggle with everyday tasks. That doesn't necessarily stop them from being attractive looking machines. Based on that, there are HP computers that are both pretty, and shitty. By no means all of them, but enough that this statement could be made.
When considering this statement, one has to consider the ambiguity of your statement. You fail to state which particular models warrant this dissatisfaction. If we are assuming from the starting of the company, I will stand in negation. The purchase of a computer is based, usually, on the needs that you will mpst likely have. For example, a computer designed for an accountant will only need a computer that can run the calculations and render the window of the program. A graphic designer won't need a high intensity processor usually, they'll need a graphics card to render the design. HP makes general purpose computers. That is to say, a midrange computer by that days standards. In this, they perform admirably. Their modern computers maintain relevancy for around 4 years, generally requiring simple upgrades such as RAM instead of a full replacement. This fulfills the general requirements and the goal of HP in their standard designs.
If you buy the fake one, yes, it is. All original computers give you an enjoyment and satisfying services. If you think that HP computers are pretty shit, why did you buy it? Before buying something, it’s better to check it first or maybe the easiest way is asking to people in a forum about the strength and weakness of it or just surf it on the internet.