Which one pls??

  rickf 22:16 15 Jul 08
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Some advice pls. Which would you go for as value for money and which is more powerful? Thanks


1)click here

2)click here

  Forum Editor 23:21 15 Jul 08

go for number 2, the Dell Inspiron 9100.

  GaT7 00:41 16 Jul 08

Spend only £60 more & do much better click here. G

  rickf 08:51 16 Jul 08

Hi Thanks for replies so far but do you think these are good value for money?

  GaT7 18:51 16 Jul 08

Yes, I think they are.

What are you going to use the laptop for (more details the better) & what's your budget?

Do you have experience of XP & Vista? Do you have a preference between the two? G

  rickf 20:01 16 Jul 08

Yes, My prefernce is for XP as it would work with all my present software w/o probs. I might go for (2)as it got a bigger H/d and bigger screen. My desktop is a P4 3.2 and has been very stable since I built it 4 yrs ago.
Budgetwise, I don't want to spend more than £240. Its free delivery as well with 12mths RTB.

  GaT7 19:58 17 Jul 08

If £240 is your limit, it'll be hard to find a better spec for the same price.

You didn't mention what you're going to use it for, but if it isn't for anything too 'heavy' or gaming, you should be OK.

Couple more sites to look at for refurbished laptops click here & click here.

"Its free delivery as well with 12mths RTB" - 4 months actually. G

P.S. Should you need it - cheapest, easiest way to increase speed in general is to add more RAM, & it's relatively inexpensive these days click here & click here - make sure to get the correct type & capacity for your laptop.

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