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Hi-Grade Notino W5900E England laptop

The Hi-Grade Notino W5900E is a 15in laptop dressed up in the England football strip - in fact, it's the official, FA-sanctioned laptop of the England football team.

Decked out in a full England strip, the Hi-Grade Notino W5900E seems destined to instill national pride – it has a bright and eye-catching design, and we suspect die-hard England fans will find it to their liking.

Official England laptop

The Hi-Grade Notino W5900E includes a Pentium Dual Core T4200 processor, 2GB of DDR2 RAM and a 250GB Samsung hard drive. It carries a fairly standard selection of ports and connectors. Three USB 2.0 ports are included (two on the left and one on the right), along with an old-school analogue VGA connector (for an external monitor) and a trio of audio sockets.

Ethernet and wireless 802.11n are included, and a webcam is featured at the top of the screen. A Samsung SN-S083C DVD writer is built in, and this offers some good specifications, including six-speed dual-layer DVD-burning support.

The Hi-Grade Notino W5900E doesn’t seem particularly expensive to the touch, but its smooth textured casing is comfortable to work with, and the grey case/cream keys make for a pleasant low-key look. This laptop feels quite spacious too, with acres of room for resting the wrists.

The Hi-Grade Notino W5900E has Windows 7 Home Premium installed, and the software bundle includes Microsoft Works.

Available now, this official England laptop costs £449 inc VAT.

Win the Notino W5900E by entering our World Cup competition, sponsored by Hi-Grade.

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