need a new laptop please help

  danielblack2002 03 Mar 13
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ok so my toshiba satelite u400 laptop is about to give up on me. i need a new laptop. im willing to spend £600 or less. this laptop needs to have a tb hard drive and i plan on doing video editing with this laptop must not run on windows 8. whats the best bang for my buck laptop that i can get?

  danielblack2002 03 Mar 13

any help is appreciated!!

  N47. 03 Mar 13

a 1 Tb hard drive will restrict your choice.

Here is a i3 that should cope

http://tinyurl.com/cqrje23

  HondaMan 04 Mar 13

Seems lioke a good option, but IU would suggest you upgrade the o/s to Win7 Pro 64bit.

  danielblack2002 04 Mar 13

well i could always upgrade to a tb drive later.

  N47. 04 Mar 13

Then look at these, it is difficult finding ones running just 7.

http://tinyurl.com/chh6kal

If it was me I would ditch the internal hard drive and insert a http://www.ebuyer.com/search?18=750&cat=385

The speed and transfer times will be amazing, have a 500gb SSD on a laptop.

  danielblack2002 04 Mar 13

thanks for all the help so far. looking like argos might be getting a visit soon. anyone dealt with them before for laptops?

  danielblack2002 04 Mar 13

thanks for all the help so far. looking like argos might be getting a visit soon. anyone dealt with them before for laptops?

  danielblack2002 04 Mar 13

if anyone else has anything to add let me know :)

  danielblack2002 04 Mar 13

if anyone else has anything to add let me know :)

  N47. 04 Mar 13
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