What's a good, repairable laptop?

Episode 1409 (33:33)

Jerry from Hatfield, PA
Lenovo ThinkPad T460s

Jerry runs a dart tournament and he runs it on a spreadsheet through his mobile phone. He wants to use a laptop instead to make it easier for him. Which one should he buy, and can he have two internal drives in it? Leo says that can be done and he'll want to use an SSD for his primary drive. They have special software called wear leveling that extends the life of the SSD. They are more reliable than spinning hard drives because there are no moving parts.

Are they repairable? He wants one that will last a long time. He can look at models from Asus and Acer, but the Lenovo ThinkPad is more robust. It's business grade and Leo recommends the T Series. They have screws in the back and he can replace things when they break. ThinkPads are very repairable.

Jerry also wants to broadcast the data onto a TV. Leo says he could use Chromecast and DLNA. Scooter X says he can broadcast to several screens with a special adapter from troypoint.com.