Worst Computer Brands

Okay there is a list for the best computer brands, but what about the worst? These are just put in a random order at first, but just give some votes to move them to the right spot. Don't be afraid to add some to the list as well.
The Top Ten
1 Apple

The only purpose apple computers have is that they are trendy or they look good, no functional computers from apple (except for their first one) whatsoever

Money is all in the brand... not the hardware, which is the important part of a computer, apple is just nice looking,

Apple sells $1,000 crap. It's not worth buying from them if you want a good product.

Bad at everything and still has a high pricing

2 Microsoft

Microsoft is good also lenovo

3 Dell
4 Asus

I have this computer and it sucks.

5 Lenovo
6 Acer
7 Toshiba
8 Samsung
9 Hewlett-Packard

Terrible laptop build quality.

10 LG
The Contenders
11 Alienware Alienware is an American computer hardware subsidiary of Dell, Inc. Their products are designed for gaming and can be identified by their science-fiction-themed designs.

When you boot this rig up, and you're suddenly experiencing some very high temperatures, then it's just overengineered and overpriced crap that you're getting. The components are garbage in this computer, most often used to cut many corners. Dell has destroyed Alienware's reputation with OEM crap bloatware and parts.

12 eMachines

This computer is like a brick but worse

13 Packard Bell

Packard Bell computers were aggressive in pricing during the nineties, but they were not very reliable. They have reused many old components in plenty of their PCs, and they've even downgraded many power supplies.

14 Sony Sony Group Corporation, commonly known as Sony and stylized as SONY, is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in K┼Źnan, Minato, Tokyo, Japan. ...read more.
15 CyberPowerPC

Almost every part is off the shelf. It's like hiring someone to go to Newegg and buy parts/build a PC for you. I also hate Alienware, but at least they experiment with new ideas. Comparable PCs can be built for much, much less than CyberPowerPC's pricing. On the other hand, companies like Apple, HP, and Dell are at the forefront of innovation, adding new features to their machines. Force Click on the MacBooks are great, and HP's LightScribe was awesome.

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