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    Exclamation Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    Finally I have decided to choose between 2 lappies:

    1.Dell Inspiron 15r:3612qm(i7),7730m,4gigs ram,1366x768 disp,backlit kb=52k
    2.Sony vaio e series:3612qm(i7),7650m,4gigs,1366x768 disp,backlit kb=55k

    Which one should i go for considering
    1.Durability and reliablity(prime imp.)
    2.Performance(3 yrs mid settings gaming)

    Dont bash Sony's overpriced and expensive aftersales.I have 25k separte for after sales.(company's grant,you see )

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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    Dell and go for the premium 3 years complete cover after-sales
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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    For gaming dell inspiron 15R SE is the first choice, don't expect vaio's HD 7650M for playing new games like max payne 3 in medium settings.
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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    I can even sarifice gaming,but zero tolerance for durability and reliability(shouldn't overheat>70 cels and must last 4 years )

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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    Dell is better for service choose 3 years of accidental care and onsite warranty.
    If anything happen dell will provide service and replacement parts for free.
    Also inspiron remain under 70*C in gaming you can check review on inspiron thread.
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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    Quote Originally Posted by adimax View Post
    Well, see thread date. 2010. Inspiron 15 is now superseeded by Inspiron 15 Special Edition which has much better build than even Dell's XPS laptops.
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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    Keeping the second point mentioned in your post in mind, the Dell should be your choice hands down .

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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    If durability is the main concern then opt for Sony Vaio
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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    Even I am in the same dilemma..
    Sony i think is durable at the same time Inspiron's GPU is faar better than Vaio's.

    Adding to my dilemma i found Samsung series 5 550P Great GPU + Blu Ray + Reasonable price but lack of reliability and service centres...

    What should i buy hugely confused..

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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    ^
    Get Dell Inspiron. Its not as if Dell laptops are unreliable, and plus Dell after sales is simply the best.

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    Default Re: Dell Inspiron 15r VS Sony Vaio E Series

    For gaming samsung series 5 550p and better 300nit 900p display with in-built JBL speakers.
    For better ASS dell inspiron, it is with complete cover that will be very useful thing.
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