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HP wins our Best Netbook-Maker Survey

We did a survey on the best netbook-maker a couple of weeks back and I thought it’s time to share the results of that survey (there were over 1,000 votes sent in). Not surprisingly, HP came out the winner of the poll.

At 25% of the votes, HP took the top spot. It’s followed by Acer at 18%, then Asus at 14%. Dell, Sony and Toshiba are tied at 8% while MSI was surprisingly behind at 7% and Lenovo at 6%. The remaining 6% were shared by Neo, Red Fox, Gateway, Gigabyte, Qube, Astone and Minix.

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Best Netbook

With the HP Mini 2140 and the HP Mini 1100 (plus the Vivienne Tam Special Edition), HP deserves the spot. While the Acer, Asus and MSI crowd might not agree, the brand and lifestyle approach contributed to this. That doesn’t mean though that HP has more sales in the netbook market — that crown is still fought between Asus and Acer.

You can read more comments about this poll here.

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Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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@manong
@manong
12 years ago

Madaming nabulag sa pangalan ng HP, pero pagdating sa netbook, di padin maganda quality nila. Isama mo pa ang napakasamang customer service nila. Tsk tsk tsk. Congrats anyway.

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12 years ago

simple comment… lenovo parin ako… hehe

patrick
12 years ago

The best netbook now is ASUS EEE PC 1005HA. With more than 10.5 hours battery life. 1 charge is good for the entire office hours. Go check the reviews. ^_^

Eyaskie
Eyaskie
13 years ago

Hey Paul, if you’re looking for beauty and brain, why not try the Gateway LT series netbook. At a very competitive price for only PhP17,900, you will be satisfied by the ease of use, design, portability and performance. It’s an american brand and lately has been acquired by Acer. =)

bugat
bugat
13 years ago

MSI is still young, MSI is the youngest player, look at how they did with there motherboards and video card, for notebooks there on they way to the top5, watch out other brands! All netbook of other brand has already in there second look to become slimmer, but MSI will come out soon, so don’t count us out, Q4 here we come…..

bea
bea
13 years ago

I disagree! The wireless card on my HP Pavilion tx1000 just broke down randomly. And when I researched online, it looked like a lot of other users had the same problem. No more HP for me! :P

Henry Canizares
Henry Canizares
13 years ago

Hp products are not so good in quality as compared to Asus

Jezer
13 years ago

Notebook Maker and NoteBook Breaker award. Ive got both dv2000 and dv6000 broken both with the same video card problems.
I starting to think this is a business strategy. Why? they charge me more than 100% of the spare parts. which is ridiculous.

HP engineering sucks. Buy Dell or Toshiba.

Henry Canizares
Henry Canizares
13 years ago

DOES hp PAY you for saying the good things about there product

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