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This type of subjective question is impossible to answer. How do *you* define "better"? Cost? Performance? Reliability? Power consumption? Warranty? Technical support from the manufacturer? Quality of the instruction manual?
Think about what is important to *you*, which may be different that what is important to any other randomly chosen person. Once you know what is important to *you*, then you can assess multiple products accordingly.
Otherwise, you're just asking for peoples' opinions without providing any framework for assessing their answers.
- Answered by Kenneth D from Ottawa
- Apr 17, 2011
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