Advice required on choosing laptop

  zhuzhu584 20:43 PM 30 Nov 11
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Hi there! Probably this question has been asked here a million of times.

I am looking to buy new laptop. I would prefer screen size 15 - 15.6", the laptop is mainly for Internet/Microsoft Office use. It has to have Windows 7 Home premium. Other preferable features - processor 2.1GHz or higher, 4GB RAM, at least 250HDD, the more space the better. Would like good battery life.

Price range - under £400. Is it possible to find something within this price range?

thanks for help in advance

  birdface 09:00 AM 01 Dec 11

Try Amazon or E-Buyer both give you free delivery.

  The Kestrel 09:41 AM 01 Dec 11
  johnathann 10:21 AM 05 Dec 11

now-a-days most of the Online Retailers are offering a Free Shipping to get more customers. But somewhere else they would have kept the checkpoint.

  Grey Goo 14:48 PM 05 Dec 11

If you want an Acerclick here

  Grey Goo 14:57 PM 05 Dec 11

Or even here

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  john bunyan 16:29 PM 05 Dec 11

Have a look here. I think the J Lewis 2 year guarantee is good, and Toshiba a reliable brand.

http://www.johnlewis.com/231395883/Product.aspx

  birdface 17:55 PM 05 Dec 11

Looked good but out of stock just now.

  welsh_boy01 15:08 PM 09 Dec 11

Have you considered a Chrome Book?. They have had a price drop pre-xmas and look like a bit of a steal a

  birdface 13:33 PM 12 Dec 11

john bunyan's selection is back in stock.

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