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Laptop Advice


niallc91

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Hi guys, just looking for a bit of advice on a new laptop.

I've fairly screwed on when it comes to tech, but I'm by no means an expert so a push in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

Essentially, my current laptop is outdated and fairly broken, my keyboard is frazzled and its performance is on the way out.

Looking for a new laptop for the next couple of years of uni, probably looking in the price range of around £400-£700.

Main uses will be surfing the internet, listening to music and doing work, but I'm also partial to a game of football manager and total war type games so I'd imagine a decent graphics card would be required.

Can't think of anything else thats essential, probably need a decent size hard drive but I have a 1tb external one so it's not an absolute requirement.

So yeah, thanks in advance to anyone that can help.

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ICF

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How about this Asus N55SF

I have one and it plays games like Darkness II or Call Of Duty Modern Warfare no problems.

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WontFindItCheaper

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What about a Toshiba Portege R630-14T.....you can get them refurbished for like £500, new there like £800. Don't let refurbished put you off btw it is as good as new, looks new, comes in new packaging...need I say more.

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