http://www.ict-direct.co.uk/laptops-for-schools.html The Lenovos are very very robust and good value
We want buy few more laptops for students to use in the class room. Previously we used to buy RM mobile one which is robust and replacing keyboard also not expensive.
Any one has any alternate suggestions?
As the remarkable @witch says, we have some fantastic Lenovo T410 laptops in right now. i5 4/6Gb Ram, HDD or SSD. Drop me a PM with your requirements and I shall get you some great pricing.
Le Edit: Sorry!
Last edited by ICTDirect_Dave; 27th November 2013 at 11:58 AM.
We are currently purchasing Dell Latitude E5530. Had 46 delivered recently, really good machines.
we are using the AMD powered HP Probooks for students, and the i5 version for staff.
Up until recently, we've standardised on the HP ProBook 6570b. For the staff, i5s. For pupils i3s.
However, we're now dabbling with the ICT-Direct Lenovos...
tanvirni It's great to know you, thanks for using EduGeek. @VeryPC build configure to order laptops and I reckon we've got a couple of options that could fit, in particular a very sturdy aluminium bodied 13.3" Ultrabook with dual core CPU. If you want to, send me an email with your specification wish list and budget requirement and I'll be sure to see if I can help. We build new products with long warranties though, so will be higher priced than refurbished.
We loan laptops to students via the library. Lenovo's have been very robust considering.
Another vote for the lenovos here, I've liked the T410s we got from ict-direct so much infact that I'm considering standardising on Lenovo from now on. Their support is also fantastic.
I've also got an E531 sat infront of me at the moment, not as ruggid as the T410s etc but for our office use it's fantastic.
If you want any smaller versions/want new rather than refurb then take a look at the X131e as well.
ICTDirect_Dave (13th December 2013)
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