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3%
  



jayjones 2:06 Tue Jun 5
Laptop Recommendations
Any recommendations on a cheap and cheerful laptop/notebook needed for just basic school work and internet ideally with MS Office, cheers in advance

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geoffpikey 8:25 Tue Jun 5
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Spearmint Rhino, Slough.

Queens Fish Bar 7:58 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
Macbook Air

Alfs 7:56 Tue Jun 5
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Here you go. £124 inc delivery, 12-month guarantee.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Acer-Aspire-One-14-Inch-HD-Intel-Celeron-1-1GHz-4GB-32GB-Windows-Laptop-Blue-/362287228776

yogib 6:36 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
I've just ought a HP Elitebook with 8B RAM and 500GB Hdd for 289.99 from these guys https://www.mycheaplaptop.co.uk/

chim chim cha boo 3:44 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
Sausage, mash and cabbage. Best use a tray though so you don't get gravy on your trousers.

Willtell 3:33 Tue Jun 5
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I run an expensive Toshiba and it's shit. The picture goes fuzzy and jumps. The wifi is intermittent and the cable connector loose. Cost me £1000 and it's shit.

11MDE 3:31 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
Just get a Google Chromebook. Use Google Docs as a substitute for MS Office, both are exactly the same for WP and you can open both types of docs on both platforms.

Johnson 2:52 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
T460s are DECENT lufbra.

We've moved on to the T480 now but does a good job as a corporate device.

Joe C 2:52 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
You can get Microsoft Office for a tenner on ebay - people selling off Home Use Program licenses from their employer

gank 2:52 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
All the specialist websites committed to exactly this and you ask on a West Ham website?

Swiss. 2:50 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
I got the LENOVO - IdeaPad 510S 14" Laptop. Does a job for around 500 quid. Very light.

But it's almost 2 years old now so probably even better stuff out there.

Bungo 2:50 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
KingandPaynter 2:25 Tue Jun 5

I see what you did there. Nice....!

KingandPaynter 2:25 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
Whites Gentlemen's Club City of London

lufbra iron 2:24 Tue Jun 5
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have a Lenovo ThinkPad. T460

lightweight and powerful enough. Cant complain
But i'm not a techie so fully expect someone on here to say its WANK

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:24 Tue Jun 5
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cnt

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Bungo 2:22 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
Take my last post for example, I typed this on an external 'Victsing?' keyboard that I bought unseen from the internet. It's a bit crap.

That's why I missed the u in would...

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 2:20 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
If it's just basic school work and internet you want, I'd forego the MS Office and spend the saving on RAM/processor/screen size.

Libre Office and Open Office are both excellent, fully-compatible, free alternatives.

Bungo 2:19 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
Having been through many, apart from the basic spec, I wold say 'liking the keyboard' is a major factor, for me anyway.

Until they plug our brains in directly, this remains the main route of communication, so it's worth making sure you/they like this.

Cheezey Bell-End 2:16 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
Maybe a Chromebook would suit.

gph 2:14 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
A Persian cat

Stubbo 2:10 Tue Jun 5
Re: Laptop Recommendations
What's the budget?

Main thing with buying a laptop is looking for RAM, Processor Power, and then any specifics around portability and screen size.

Key in all of this is knowng the budget you have then just maximising the specifics above to that budget, since any laptop you can buy will do the things you describe on the day you buy it.

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