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Where to buy customized laptop


jpcgandre

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Dear Sirs,

I'd like to buy a 14'' laptop with a high-end specs, namely two hard disks (one SSD and one 7200 RPM), no DVD drive, 16 GB of RAM, a top 3 i7 processor and a graphic board with 2GB memmory. I've searched online and found PC Specialist and not much more (except for US sites which maybe a last option since I'd have to pay customs fees and VAT). Do you know any other companies that offer customized laptops?

Kind regards

Joao

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Transferred to Consumerwatch from the Business forum.

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The Kestrel

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I don't anything about these companies, but you could investigate them:

http://www.premiergent.co.uk/pages/CustomLaptop_Spec.asp

http://www.cryopc.co.uk/?pageid=630&catid=23

http://www.box.co.uk/customsystems/type/laptops

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Nontek

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I highly recommend Novatech - they will make to your own specs.

Well known and respected within these Forums.

Just Google Novatech.

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jpcgandre

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Thank you very much for your advise!

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