List of Best and Reliable Computer Brands - Top 10 Most Popular

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1. Asus


Asus Tech Computer Inc. commonly known as Asus is a Taiwanese multinational company of computer hardware and electronics, headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan. Its products include desktop computers, laptops, notebooks, mobile phones, etc. The company's slogan was first "Inspiring Innovation. Persistent Perfection." And now, at the present time "In Search of Incredible.". According to the unit sales, Asus is the world's fifth largest PC Wonder after Lenovo, HP, Dell and Acer. Asus is ranking in "InfoTech 100" and "Asia's Top 10 IT Companies", as well as the first place in the list of Taiwan's ten largest IT hardware companies (2008).

2. Dell


Dell Inc. is a United States based multinational IT corporation. Headquarters is located in Texas, US. Dell was established on November 4, 1984 by Michael Dell. He is the chairman and chief executive of Dell Inc. He started his business with a capital of $1 billion in the childhood. At the age of 24, he joined as the chief executive in his own organization. This company prepares personal computers (desktop and notebooks), server, data storage devices, network switches, etc. In just two decades "Dell" has been upgraded to one of the world's popular computer brands. Currently (2016) more than 101,800 people are working in Dell which is one of the largest company in the world. Dell products are widely sold in the US through e-marketing.

Acer is a brand of the world's top five personal computers. Acer products include desktops, notebooks, servers, data storage, screens, peripherals, and e-business solutions for business, government, education and personal users. Acer is first established under the name Multitech, founded in 1976, which was later named Acer in 1987. The Pan Acer group employs 39,000 people in more than 100 countries. Its revenue in 2002 was US $ 12.9 billion. Acer's headquarters is located in Sijhih City, Taipei County, Taiwan.

4. MSI


Micro-Star International is a multinational company from Taiwan that various kinds of computer products, relevant products and services such as laptops, desktop PCs, motherboards, graphics cards (GPUs), and so on. The company was founded in 1986. Based in Zhonghe District, Taipei, Taiwan.

Microsoft is a well-known multinational company that works primarily in the field of computer engineering. Microsoft is the world's largest software company. In its branches spread over more than 100 countries, more than 70000 people work. Its annual business is about 45 billion dollars. The company's headquarter is in Redmond, Washington, USA. It was founded on 4 April 1975 by Bill Gates. Its main product is the Windows operating system. Apart from this, Microsoft also creates many different types of software.

Hitachi, Ltd. is a multinational conglomerate based in Japan. It operates in several economic sectors in eleven business segments like Energy, Industrial Infrastructure, High Precision Materials, Construction Machinery, Digital Media, Electronic Systems and Equipment, Financial Services, Automotive Systems, Electronic Systems, Health Equipment, IT and Transportation. Hitachi was ranked 371 in Forbes Global 2000 in 2007. Founded in 1910. The company employed 303,887 workers in 2017.

Alienware is a well-known computer manufacturer in a part of Europe, in the United States and in a part of Asia. It is a subsidiary of Dell Computer Corporation. The company based in Miami, Florida and founded in 1996 by its CEO Nelson Gonzalez, and COO Alex Aguila, has branches in Germany, England, Australia, Canada and other countries. The name of the company comes from the combination of the words Alien (extraterrestrial) and ware (commodity), that is alien merchandise, thus passing on the idea that their products are so technologically advanced that they seem to come from another planet.

Samsung Group is one of the largest electronics company in the world founded by Lee Byung-chull on March 1, 1938 in Daegu, South Korea. The company operates in 58 countries and has more than 208,000 workers. Until now, Samsung has also become one of the biggest brands in the world by producing smart phones that become champions in the device market competition. Samsung is one of the largest South Korean conglomerates which began as an export company in 1938 and quickly expanded to other fields. Samsung has a profound influence on South Korea's economic, political, media and cultural development and has become the main driving force behind the phenomenon's "miracle on the Han River". Samsung-affiliated companies produce about one-fifth of South Korea's total exports. Samsung's revenue is equals to 17% of the South Korea's GDP, about $1,082 billion.

Sony is an electronic goods manufacturer. It is a multinational company. Its diversified business focus primarily on electronics, sports, entertainment and financial services sectors. Sony is making rapid progress in the mobile field.

Toshiba is a high-tech electronics manufacturing company based in Tokyo, Japan. Toshiba is the largest electronics company in the world. Toshiba is currently mostly made in China. Toshiba-made semiconductors belong to the ranks of the 20 highest sales of Semiconductors. In 2009, Toshiba was the fifth largest computer company in the world after Hewlett-Packard from the US, Dell from the US, Acer from Taiwan, and Apple from the US.

Razer Inc. (stylized as RΛZΞR), is a global video game hardware manufacturing company established in 2005 by Singaporean businessman Min-Liang Tan and Robert Krakoff, after obtaining a large investment from Li Ka-shing, Hong's tycoon Kong, and Temasek Holdings of Singapore. The company has double headquarters in Singapore and San Francisco, California, and is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since November 2017. According to Razer's Information Brochure, Razer has "built the largest global ecosystem of hardware, software and service games." Razer is considered one of the pioneers of electronic sports, as well as one of the most important brands of electronic sports today. Its founder, Min-Liang Tan has been credited as the brain behind Razer, directing and overseeing the design and development of all its products.

12. Compaq


Compaq Computer Corporation was a US based personal computer company founded in 1982, and is now one of the brands of the Hewlett-Packard company. The company was founded by Rod Canion, Jim Harris and Bill Murto - a former Texas Instruments senior manager. The name "COMPAQ" is an abbreviation of "COMP atibility A nd Q uality" (Compatibility And Quality), and at the time of establishment, Compaq produces a number of IBM PC compatible computers. Once a supplier of the world's largest personal computer system, Compaq became an independent company until 2002, where it merged with Hewlett-Packard.

13. IBM


IBM (International Business Machines Corporation) is a US based company that manufactures and sells computer hardware and software. IBM was founded on June 16, 1911, operating since 1888 and based in Armonk in New York, United States. With more than 330,000 employees worldwide and revenues of US $ 96 billion (2004), IBM is the largest information technology company in the world, and one that continues from the 19th century. The company has technicians and consultants in more than 170 countries and development laboratories located throughout the world, in every branch of computer science and information technology.

AMD or Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. is a US multinational semiconductor company based in Sunnyvale, California that develops computer processors and related technologies for the consumer and commercial markets. The main products include microprocessors, motherboard chipsets, embedded graphics card processors(GPUs) and processors for servers, workstations and personal computers, and processor technology for handheld devices, digital television, cars, game consoles, and other applications that contain systems.

15. BenQ


BenQ Corporation is a multi-national companies origin Taiwan, that sells and markets consumer electronics, computing and communications devices. BenQ which is an abbreviation of the company's slogan, Bringing Enjoyment N Quality to life. BenQ sells and markets technology products, including electronics, computing and communication products. Its main products include TFT LCD monitors, digital projectors, digital cameras, and smart phones. BenQ's head office is located in Taipei, and operates five branch offices in Asia-Pacific, Europe, China, Latin America and North America, BenQ employs more than 100,000 people.



NVIDIA Corporation is a manufacturer of graphics processors, graphics cards, and media communication devices for personal computers, and Sony Playstation 3 game consoles. The most famous product from NVIDIA is the GeForce series which is used to play computer games. NVIDIA's main headquarters is on the San Tomas Highway, Santa Clara, California. The latest NVIDIA series is TITAN Xp using Volta Architecture. NVIDIA's toughest rival is AMD who released the Radeon series. In 2001, the company earned US $1.37 billion and net income of US $177.1 million.

LG Electronics is a multinational company from South Korea. LG Electronics is the second largest South Korean company in the field of electronic devices and the third largest in the world in the manufacture of similar devices. The company is headquartered at the LG Twin Towers in Yeouido-dong, Seoul. LG Electronics is an icon of LG Group. LG Electronics CEO Bon-joon Koo, previously serving as vice chairman of LG Electronics on October 1, 2010. In 2011, LG Electronics was the second largest television producer in the world.

Panasonic Corporation is a Japanese electronics manufacturer based in Kadoma, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. The company was founded by Konosuke Matsushita in 1918, with the first product being a duplex lamp socket. In 1927, the company produced bicycle lights, their first product marketed under the National brand. Since then, Matsushita has become the largest electronics manufacturer in Japan and competed with Sony, Thomson and Philips. As a semiconductor producer, Matsushita is one of the 20 largest semiconductor sales leaders in the world.

Cisco System sells network and communication technologies, equipment and services to transport data, voice and video to the world. The company's products and services consist of several categories including routers, switching, network access, IP telephony, security, fiber optic networks, data center networks, signals via networks, home networks, technical service support and network services. Cisco products are aimed at corporate businesses, public institutions, telecommunications companies. The Cisco company also provides products that are used to deliver data, voice, video to between buildings, campuses and around the world. Cisco's business management model is more to globalization and is managed through 5 parts of the country namely- Canada, Europe, Asia Pacific and Japan as well as existing markets.

Chromebook is a laptop or tab running Google Chrome as an operating system essential. These devices are designed for use while connected to the Internet and support applications on the Internet, rather than traditional computer applications such as Microsoft Office and Photoshop on the same device. ChromeBook is one of best examples of thin client computers. The first Chromebooks for sale were announced at the Google I/A conference in May 2011, by Acer and Samsung, and shipping began on June 15, 2011. Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard and Google entered the market In early 2013. In addition to the laptop models, an office version was introduced named Chromebox in May 2012.

HCL Technologies is an Indian global IT services company based in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. It provides services including software consulting, enterprise transformation, decentralized infrastructure management, engineering and R & D services, and business process outsourcing (BPO). With offices in 31 countries, HCL provides services in a variety of industries, including aerospace and defense, utilities, independent software vendors, manufacturing, professional services, servers and storage, automotive, financial services, industrial manufacturing, media and entertainment, retail and consumer, telecommunications, Consumer electronics, government, life sciences and healthcare, medical devices, semiconductors, travel, transportation and logistics.

22. Corsair


Corsair Memory Inc. is a US based company that specializes in high performance memory (meanwhile Corsair produces under the product name ValueSelect but also memory modules in the lower price segment). Especially with computer gamers, enthusiasts and overclockers, the memory modules are popular because they can be operated beyond the memory standards (reliable). Corsair offers memory at speeds at the upper end of each spectrum. The modules of the XMS series were the first with a heat sink on the chips - to allow the overclocking of the chips beyond the specification of chip manufacturers. With the ValueSelect series Corsair is represented in the market segment of the cheaper standard storage. Corsair also produces power supplies, fans, water coolers, enclosures, SSDs, USB sticks, keyboards, mouse, headsets, RGB lighting and speakers.

23. EVGA


EVGA is a computer hardware vendor specializing in the production and development of Nvidia graphics cards. In addition to graphics cards also motherboards for Intel computers are produced. EVGA used only chipsets of the manufacturer Nvidia until the third quarter of 2008. With the introduction of Intel Core i7 series, but EVGA also has a motherboard based on the X58 chipset from Intel in its range. In the meantime (as of October 2013) builds EVGA motherboards exclusively with Intel chipsets. The other offer includes a Thermal compound and since 2011 various PCoIP products. EVGA has also been selling its own power supply series since 2012. EVGA was founded in July 1999 and is headquartered in Brea, California, USA. EVGA also sells higher-speed graphics cards (factory overclocked) and custom designs than the chip maker's standard specifications.

24. iBall


iBall is a Mumbai based consumer electronics company. The company started operations in 2001 with mouse making. As of 2011, the company has released 21 different products. Computer accessories, smartphones and tablets are the main products of the company.

25. Falcon Northwest

Falcon Northwest

Falcon Northwest is a private personal computer manufacturing company based in Medford, Oregon (United States) and founded in 1992 by its current president, Kelt Reeves. The company focuses on the production of the most powerful personal computers (and for sale), such as the Mach V (considered by many to be the best desktop computer in the world). Falcon began with the Mach V series line and slowly it was extended over time. Mach V models were built with components that Falcon Noroeste believes offer maximum performance in PC games. In 2000, the company added the Talon at a lower price than the Mach V line. Later, the company revealed the line of Fragbook laptops. Falcon also offers a small form factor (SFF) called FragBox, a system thumbnail for LAN parties.

26. Intel


Intel Corporation is the largest integrated circuits manufacturer in the world, according to its annual turnover. The American company is the creator of the x86 series of processors, the processors most commonly found on most personal computers. Intel was founded on July 18, 1968 as Integrated The ectronics Corporation (although a common misconception is that "Intel" comes from the word intel ligence) by semiconductor pioneers Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, and many times associated with the executive direction and vision of Andrew Grove. Intel was founded in Mountain View (California) in 1968 by Gordon E. Moore (chemist and physicist, famous for his "Moore's Law") and Robert Noyce (physicist and co-inventor of the integrated circuit) when they left Fairchild Semiconductor. The third employee of Intel was Andy Grove, a chemical engineer, who ran the company during most of the 1980s and the high-growth period of the 1990s.

27. Apple


Apple Inc. is an American multinational company that designs and manufactures consumer electronics and computer software products. Apple is famous for hardware products like McIntosh, iPod and iPhone. In the case of revenue, Apple is the world's second largest information technology company after Samsung Electronics and is the world's third largest mobile phone manufacturer after Samsung and Nokia. The company was established on 1 April 1976 and on 3 January 1977 it was incorporated in the name of Apple Computer Inc. The term "computer" by company name was removed on January 9, 2007, the day Steve Jobs demonstrated the company's attention towards presenting the first iPhone, moving towards consumer electronics. As of May 2013, Apple runs 408 retail stores in fourteen countries as well as the online app store and iTunes Store, which is the world's largest music market.

HP Inc., known as HP, is a US company based in Palo Alto, California, which emerged from the separation of Hewlett-Packard into two companies in November 2015. It is the leader in the sale of printers in the world and the second worldwide in sales of personal computers and laptops, after July 2013 was surpassed by Lenovo. On October 6, 2014, Hewlett-Packard announced its division into two companies that would quote separately in the stock market, with which its computer and printer business would operate independently of its corporate services and equipment unit. The company dedicated to printers, personal computers and laptops would be called HP Inc. and the firm dedicated to servers, storage equipment, networks, computer programs and services for third-party companies would be called Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

29. Lenovo


Lenovo Group Limited is the largest PC manufacturer in the China. In 2004, Lenovo Group Limited was the eighth largest Personal Computer manufacturer in the world. Lenovo also sells servers, handheld computers, imaging devices, and mobile phones. In addition, Lenovo also provides information technology integration and support services to him. The QDI unit offers production on a contract basis. In December 2004, Lenovo announced its intention to take over IBM's PC division, a US company that had a monopoly in the PC market. This takeover is expected to enable Lenovo to expand its wings in the West to become the third largest PC manufacturer in the world. On May 1, 2005, Lenovo officially took over the IBM PC division.

30. Gateway, Inc.

Gateway, Inc.

Gateway, Inc. is a US-based hardware manufacturer, based in Irvine (California), USA. Gateway Develops, manufactures, supports and has markets a wide range of PCs, monitors, servers and computer accessories.

As published in the Los Angeles Business Journal in 2003, it was the fastest growing private company in Los Angeles.

32. eMachines


The company appeared in September 1998, as a joint venture between a Korean manufacturer, Korea Data Systems (KDS), and another of the same nationality, TriGem.

33. Velocity Micro

Velocity Micro

Velocity Micro is the privately held high-performance innovator of consumer technology, computer manufacturer and electronics located in Richmond, VA (USA). Since being officially founded in 1997, Velocity Micro's expertly crafted high-performance computers have won over 60 Editors Choice awards for their stunning design. Its extended product line includes PCs, CAD workstations, media creation workstations, home and office PCs, entertainment media centers, Tesla-based supercomputers, and business solutions.

34. Vaio


VAIO Corporation is a manufacturer of personal computer and desktop. It has its origin in Sony's personal computers division, when it was decided to separate this business from the parent company to form an independent company. This company was sold to Japan Industrial Partners (JIP) although Sony maintains 5% of the shareholding. Within the line of computers identified with the Vaio brand are both desktops and laptops. VAIO was created as a brand by Sony in 1990 to be used on their computers. The word VAIO derives from the concept "Video and Audio Integrated Operation" referring to the multimedia capacity of said line of computers, but since 2008 it refers to Visual Audio Intelligence Organizer to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the brand.

35. Commodore International

Commodore International

Commodore International was a West Chester, Pennsylvania based company that dominated the home computer market in the 1980s and early 1990s. In addition, in the early 1980s, it was also the market leader in the first commercial applications of microcomputers in education, research, manufacturing and office. The company went on 29 April 1994 officially in bankruptcy. The brand name Commodore still exists today: Tulip sold, among other things, phones under the name Commodore. The current owner and licensee of the Commodore brand is Polabe Holding NV. In autumn 2016, the German company individual Computers acquired a license under the brand name Commodore from Polabe Holding NV to offer hardware products under the name Commodore.

36. Gigabyte


Gigabyte Technology is a Taiwanese manufacturer of computer hardware, known primarily for its motherboards and graphics cards. The company founded in 1986 with over 8300 employees, chairman is Yeh Pei-Cheng. Gigabyte Technology is represented in Germany by the "GBT Technology Trading GmbH". Today the company is a manufacturer of motherboards for AMD and Intel processors as well as AMD and Nvidia graphics cards. Furthermore provides gigabyte computer case, PC power supplies, coolers, monitors, keyboards, mice, speakers, servers, netbooks, laptops, tablet PCs, smart phones and desktop PCs. The company has received numerous awards.

37. Packard Bell

Packard Bell

Packard Bell is a manufacturer of electronic products for home users. At the end of the second quarter of 2006, Packard Bell was the third largest European manufacturer of end user desktop PCs and the sixth largest notebook manufacturer, according to market research firm International Data Corporation. In addition to these two focal points Packard Bell offers MP3 players, liquid crystal screens, external hard drives, DVD players and recorders and other peripherals on. The company was founded in 1926 in Los Angeles by Herbert A. Bell and Leon S. Packard in the US as a radio producer. Through these products, the company grew rapidly and earned a good reputation. During the Second World War Packard Bell radios were part of the basic equipment of the US Army. After the war, the company successfully entered the booming TV market.

38. Touchmate


Touchmate is a computer products manufacturing company founded in 1988 by vasant menghani. One of the leading computer product manufacturing company in United Arab Emirates, it was rated Best IT Brand of UAE by Reseller-Magazine in 2012.

39. Medion


Medion is a German computer company. It was established in 1982. Medion is a producer of consumer electronics and computers. In 2011 it achieved a turnover of 1.4 billion euros, of which 75% was realized in Germany. The rest of the sales were mainly in Europe. Sales were 200 million euros higher in 2010, but price pressure and lower volumes reduced sales in 2011 by more than 10%. In 2011, the company employed just over 1000 employees. Profit margins are low, in the years 2007 to 2010 the net profit never exceeded €20 million, and in 2011 the profit was €14 million. The company has become known as a supplier of Aldi. Medion has been growing in recent years, their products are now being sold in several stores such as Media Markt. In addition to computer systems, navigation equipment and cameras, the company also manufactures peripheral equipment, monitors, audio equipment and household equipment.

Averatec was a notebook brand launched by TG Sambo Computer in the US in early 2004. The company is now closed and because of which many Employees and Workers became unemployed. As of 2019 the company is still out of the public eye and several former employers are with Microsoft and others. It was first launched in the US market, and launched in Korea in June 2004, and has since become the representative notebook series of Sambo Computer. (Source: Sambo Computer Press Release). It is the first notebook made by Korea's own technology. Sambo has managed almost everything from design to production to assembly and production.

41. NEC


NEC Corporation (Nippon Denki Kabushiki Gaisha or Nippon Electric Company, Limited) Is a Japanese multinational technology and communications company headquartered in Minato-ku, Tokyo (Japan). NEC provides IT solutions and communications solutions to companies and the government. The company is divided into three main branches: IT Solutions, Communications Solutions and Electronic Devices.

42. CybertronPC


Micromax is an Indian consumer electronics company headquartered in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. Micromax was founded as an IT software company in 2000. In 2011, Micromax entered the tablet market with a series of Funbook. Micromax launched the flagship Octa Core smartphone, called the Canvas Knight A350.

System 76 is the first company to provide the Ubuntu Server with OS Preinstall. The 2012 version of System76 has received excellent feedback. The main reasons for this are hardware-compatible and quality of components.

Origin offered its consumers the possibility of customizing any third-party component with logos and paints. ORIGIN PC is the mother of the largest desktop computers dedicated to video games.

46. Huawei


47. Sun Microsystems

Sun Microsystems

48. Wipro


Wipro Limited (Western India Products Limited) is a multinational IT Consulting and systems integration services company headquartered in Bangalore, India. As of March 2015, Wipro has 158,200 employees and supports over 900 Fortune 1000 companies in 67 countries. As of March 31, 2015, the company's market capitalization was approximately $35 billion, making it one of India's largest publicly traded companies and the seventh largest IT service provider in the world.

49. Amstrad


Amstrad was founded in 1968 and entered the consumer electronics market. During the 1970s, Amstrad offered low-cost Hi-Fi systems, televisions and cassette players for cars. Low price was achieved through the use of plastic injection molding technology in the manufacture of shells, which made it possible to bypass competitors working with the process of vacuum molding. Amstrad also expanded its presence in the market by importing audio amplifiers and tuners in the East and selling them under its own brand in the UK market. In 1980, Amstrad issued shares on the London Stock Exchange and doubled its size every year for several years in a row. In 1984, the Amstrad CPC home computers were launched, in an attempt to take away part of the market from Commodore and Sinclair. Currently company has ceased production

50. Commodore


51. Redfox


52. Nokia


53. Casper


54. XFX


55. Fujitsu


56. Shuttle


57. Enface


58. Huntkey


59. Odyssey


60. Aftershock


61. Republic of Gamers

Republic of Gamers

62. Karbonn


63. Creative Labs

Creative Labs

64. PCTV Systems

PCTV Systems

65. OCZ


66. Noctua


67. ViewSonic




69. NZXT


70. Lanix


71. Advantech


72. Olidata


73. Ninetology


74. Sager


75. Symbol


76. SanDisk


77. Siemens


78. Zenith Computers Limited

Zenith Computers Limited

79. Lian Li

Lian Li

80. GTC




82. GeTec


83. Khind


84. Vizio


85. Thermaltake