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1. Lenovo Lenovo, founded in China in 1984 by Liu Chuanzhi from the Chinese Academy of Sciences is the Asia's largest PC manufacturer. A circuit board that generated Chinese characters on Western-made PC’s was the first product launched by them in the late 1980s.
2. Alienware Alienware laptops have a niche following mostly among gamers because they build unique and powerful notebook computers. Features included in their systems that many other companies don't are the fastest processors, lots of memory and high-end graphics cards.
3. Apple Finding cheap Apple laptops is not as easy as finding other cheap laptops because Apple has the sole right to manufacture computers that are capable of running its operating system.
4. Compaq Compaq notebooks were some of the first affordable notebook computers available to consumers. In 2002, Hewlett-Packard (HP) bought out Compaq and merged their products lines together. After their takeover HP decide that Compaq’s Presario laptop computers would become their line of cheap laptops.
5. Dell Dell laptops are some of the most popular laptop computers around. This can be attributed to a few different factors. The first of these is the fact that Dell pioneered the build-to-order desktop, and laptop computer.
6. Fujitsu Fujitsu laptops are aimed at the higher end of the laptop market and thus do not tend to be priced for consumers who want a truly cheap laptop. However, in comparison to other higher end laptop companies, such as Sony, their prices are very competitive.
7. Toshiba Toshiba laptops have been around for over twenty years now and over that period of time they have built up a reputation as being reliable high-quality products.
8. HP Until now finding cheap HP laptops has been somewhat difficult because there are so many stores selling them. This meant that you could never be certain that you were getting the best price because someone else could always be selling one for less.
9. IBM IBM laptop computers are just as popular today, as they were when they first debuted over twenty years ago. This is due in no small part to the fact that IBM’s laptops, which were sold under the ThinkPad brand name, have had a reputation as being durable and reliable.
10. Sony Sony notebook computers are popular not because they are particularly cheap but because they look cool. Sold under the Vaio brand name, they are designed just as much for style as function.

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