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Laptop Advice - i7, 16gb


divster

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I'm after a performance laptop I've been given only 2 requirements by our IT department: 16Gb RAM, or 8gb that i can upgrade to 16gb and an i7 processor.

I'd like to get it for under £1000 which i appreciate might be tricky especially as SDD hard drive wouldbe nice.

Other nice to have:

HD screen (no more than 15.3") HDMI

Also - i'd like to buy it without the operating system as we've got plenty of licences with our MAPS licensing.

Any suggestions appreciated - no preference on brand, except not Apple

David

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Nontek

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divster

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I've had notification of 2 other responses, but i can't see them?

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Nontek

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Yes, they were probably my warning to FE about a Spam entry, and the Spam entry itself - so FE no doubt has removed them, quite rightly so.

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divster

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agreed. Like the look of the Novatech, thanks for that assuming you don't work for them :0)

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Nontek

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No I don't work for them - I am 78yrs young and retired!

But I have bought from Novatech, including my latest shiny new laptop with i5 processor, which I am more than pleased with.

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