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bapiow

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Down to these two. Toshiba Satellite L875-12P Laptop, Intel Core i5, 2.5GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB, 17.3 Or Inspiron 17R Special Edition laptop The new Inspirion 17R Special Edition comes standard with 3rd Gen Intel Core i5 processors and 2GB graphics Both about the same price.

Not sure which to chose knowing little about laptops!

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For me there would be no hesitation - I would buy the Toshiba. I am a dyed-in-the-wool Toshiba laptop fan. I've had three of them, and not one of them has put a foot wrong. The build quality is generally excellent, and they are good, solid all-round performers. The one you're interested in is a lovely machine.

At first glance the Dell looks great, too, and Dell does make some nice machines. This isn't one of them in my opinion however. Performance-wise it will be good, and the display is excellent, but it falls down on build quality, and the keyboard has a rattle to it when you type that some people will find that irritating.

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Jock1e

Try it again. It should work now.

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Woolwell

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In the link £4,000 new?

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