No offense to OP, but that question is basically asking what's better between a Chevy and a Honda. Perhaps Honda is better overall, but does that mean anything if you want a high-end convertible like a Corvette Z06? No. It's also not fair to compare a Vette to an Aveo. Same way, it's not fair to compare a $300 Acer to a $800 Acer.
If you want useful information, actually consider what you want in a laptop. As an example, business-class laptops are extremely solid, but the downside is weak graphics at a given price, and they're usually thicker/heavier. Any of these brands have their strengths once your budget goes up. If it's just a $400 laptop or whatever, get something with a good 3-year warranty and be done with it. All you'll get here is a bunch of people complaining about their 1 HP, or their 1 (insert laptop brand here) that died after 13 months and that's why they hate the whole company. And also consider that hypothetically, suppose laptop X (8% 1-year fail rate) is more reliable than laptop Y (9% 1-year fail rate). Would you really get laptop X over Y, if laptop Y fit your criteria better in terms of weight, style, etc etc. ?
One last point, reliability is all based on probabilities. You could get one of the most reliable laptops, say a Dell Precision, and have it die on you 13 months in. I don't like to gamble, so to me, it's easier to splurge the extra $70 on a 3-year warranty, than to assume that having a "reliable" laptop will mean it gives you no problems.