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Pretty in pink is Hi-Grade's W5800P, an attractive 15in-screen laptop costing less than £500.
£499 inc VAT
The Hi-Grade Notino D7000SRA is a real powerhouse of a laptop. At £799 its inclusion of Windows Ultimate makes it a bargain.
£799 inc VAT
We liked the slimline design of the 17in Hi-Grade Ultinote SA9900SR laptop but it isn't the prettiest of models. Despite its low price tag, the Ultinote is far from…
£821 inc VAT
When buying a laptop with a 17in screen you usually expect to pay considerably more than £600, but Hi-Grade has managed to achieve such a price tag with its Hi-Grade…
£599 inc VAT
Let's deal with the obvious first: yes, the Hi-Grade Notino D2200 is a pink ultraportable laptop, and yes, there's every chance Hi-Grade sent us this version to…
£640 inc VAT
The second Intel Santa Rosa notebook we've seen, the Hi-Grade D7000SR demonstrates some of the benefits of Intel’s latest processor platform. The Hi-Grade D7000SR is…
£1,056 inc VAT
If you want a portable Vista laptop for under £1,000 that enables you to tap into the world of Core 2 Duo computing, the Notino D7000 7300 delivers.
£899 inc VAT
Merom is the word of the moment, and Hi-Grade is one of the first vendors to provide a laptop based on the new chip from Intel.
£1,292 inc VAT
You get a lot of laptop for your money with the Notino A9700-3400 from Hi-Grade – we just hope you don't want to play games on it.
£1,174 inc VAT