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    New Laptop

    I'm thinking of buying myself a new laptop (nothing to do with the school), and would like one that has good battery life and not too heavy. Would spend between aroung £500ish mark.

    Anyone got any recommendations?

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    Re: New Laptop

    Have you had a quick peep on www.novatech.co.uk

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    Re: New Laptop

    also laptops direct is worth a look. sorry i dont have the website address at hand, try googling it

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    Theres a cracking deal on PCWorld for this weekend only.... £400. Have a look on their site at the very top "Bank Holiday Deals".

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    Re: New Laptop

    Got my Toshiba through Dabs.com at a very good price

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    Re: New Laptop

    Thanks for the responses. I quite like the look of some of the Novatech kit. Was looking at a Dell Inspirion with the 6 (i think?) cell battery, but those laptops looks a bit bulky.

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    Re: New Laptop

    I advised my mate who is a civil engineer to buy a novatech laptopabout 3 year ago. still uses it today, and works great.

    Dont mean to be off, but I would saty well clear of PC World

    Sorry i should back up my reason for advissing to staying clear of pc world

    PC World

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    Re: New Laptop

    I have a thing with PC World, and wouldn't normally buy a system from there. Only buy the occasional thing that may be on offer.

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    Re: New Laptop

    Anyone who asks me for a recommendation lately has been pointed at different laptops in the HP NX6xxx range depending on their budget - cracking price at Ebuyer for the spec IMHO and the three I've set up so far for the people who took me up on my advice have been very impressive. The keyboard has the best 'feel' I've noticed while typing on a laptop for a long while...

    HP NX6325 Laptop AMD Sempron 3500+ 1.8Ghz 1024MB 80GB DVD¬ĪRW 15" TFT WLAN Biometrics Windows XP Pro

    http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/124974

    £399!

    HTH

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