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Poll: What is the best company in the world? (56 member(s) have cast votes)

What is the best company in the world?

  1. Voted Microsoft (21 votes [37.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 37.50%

  2. Sony (4 votes [7.14%])

    Percentage of vote: 7.14%

  3. Intel (3 votes [5.36%])

    Percentage of vote: 5.36%

  4. Panasonic (4 votes [7.14%])

    Percentage of vote: 7.14%

  5. Apple (5 votes [8.93%])

    Percentage of vote: 8.93%

  6. HP (2 votes [3.57%])

    Percentage of vote: 3.57%

  7. Other (17 votes [30.36%])

    Percentage of vote: 30.36%

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Microsoft!

Im sorry that I closed this topic.

Could a mod re-open this topic?

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I voted OTHER

Mcdonalds/Burger King for the win :D (Hey they are a company right??)

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Sony is the best for hardware and Microsoft is the best for software.
Who ever voted Apple you fail at life :P . Nah jokes.

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Best company at all or best tech company?

Best company ever? I don't know. Probably someone who makes food. Maybe Ghiradelli Chocolate.

Best tech company? Gotta love Intel for the hardware side of things, and VALVe wins for software. The FSF isn't really a company, but they're pretty cool. MS as a company is actually kind of mean - anti competitive practices and all that. Apple just sucks. So there you have it. :)
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Yes I love intel too but IMO i think they should be making faster processors as they have the technology to do so.

The put 2 billion USD into research and development each year.

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I voted Intel. I used to work for Sony so I kinda like them but only half of their products are good to me.
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intel ;D

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I voted Microsoft. And companies aren't "mean", but they can be ruthless. In capitalism, this is considered a "good" thing until you become too big, and then it's "not good". You can't put morality on a company when the name of the game for ALL involved is to make money, as much as possible, for as long as possible. It changes behavior.
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I Voted for Microsoft, but they really all are great companies.

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I Voted for Microsoft, but they really all are great companies.

i voted the same as you :)


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I Voted for Microsoft, but they really all are great companies.

i voted the same as you :)


Hehe :) Well its true! :P

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i'm not sure as every of them does and did great things... but i chose HP coz i like it's printer... i got two hp 3in1 and a deskjet...

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I voted Microsoft, but was strongly considering Intel. I gave the nod to Microsoft mostly due to their great website, Redmond is also a nice campus. I think Intel is the epitome of quality and cutting edge; their support is very good, I've gotten responses directly from engineers and not generic useless tips that I already had mentioned in my ticket. BTW Apple to Microsoft is sorta like AMD to Intel :)
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I've voted Panasonic.
When it comes to A/V hardware (non-computer based stuff), Panasonic make items than are a great balance between excellent quality and superb reliability. That's more than can be said for Sony .......

Every device I've ever had (except my current Sony MP3 player) that has been made by Sony has died either during, or just after, the warrenty has run out :angry:

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Yeah but it works both ways. Let's take my PS2 for example, which is in the first-gen (the big one) in a model that was known for dying. I bought it in 2001 and its still working. So sometimes you just luck out. I also used to have a Sony Sports walkman that lasted for over 10 years as well. It actually died because it got underwater, so that's my fault. :ph34r:
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I would say Toshiba, but then I think of all the cheap Panasonic equipment I had forever without kicking the bucket...microwaves, TVs, you name it.

But that's irrelevant now -- Panasonic and Toshiba have merged! Fantasyland! Perhaps now Toshiba will become more consistent with their laptops (I've got one of the "great models").
 
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I like to keep my own company. LOL

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There are several very good companies that have added MUCH to the world of computers and printers, which do not show up on the poll.

But, out of the ones that did make it......I chose Panasonic.
I'm a factory trained Panasonic printer tech and I know and love those printers. They also make the only Bullet Proof laptop. (well, almost bullet proof.)

If Epson were on the poll, I would have given it at least a 50% vote. Their hardware (Printers) are as good as any other but their Software is far superior to, say HP (which puts out some horrible software/drivers)
Oh, and I'm also a factory trained Epson tech. :angel

I have five printers in my house and they are all Epson, three with scanners and two without. :thumbup

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