This is awesome news, you guys. Apparently, Asus has scored major brownie points with Rescuecom, because a recent report from them says that Asus is the most reliable for the second time in a row.
The report is calculated from a ratio between number of sales and the amount of support and repair calls generated for each company within a certain time period. In this instance, it was second quarter of this year, 2009.
Asus, in this particular order, scored higher than Apple, IBM/Lenovo, Toshiba and HP/Compaq.
David A. Milman, C.E.O and founder of Rescuecom revealed “Because Asus just introduced the newest version of the Eee laptop last fall, the original predicted computer reliability of this laptop has been somewhat up in the air. However, a good eight months later, we’re still receiving the fewest calls for computer repair and support with Asus, while their market share is increasing, adding the Eee desktop to their line as well, indicating that this PC is continuing to prove itself in terms of computer reliability.”
That’s it. My next netbook will still be an Eee. I love you guys.