General Everyday Laptop advice please

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  1. mc.dodd's Avatar

    mc.dodd said:

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    hi, yes it's that time of the year when this question comes around again!
    There's a budget of 400 max and they will only use it for everyday browsing, streaming, bit of home office work..the usual kind of thing

    they have seen this:

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    can anyone give advice on this and any other suggestions please?
    many thanks in advance
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  2. Ganty's Avatar

    Ganty said:

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    This is better value IMO
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    XBOX4LIFE said:

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    Black Friday is approaching you might be able to save a few extra
    Look now for prices and try and hold off until the deals, some inflate prices weeks before just to look like savings but there'll be some bargains
     
  4. mc.dodd's Avatar

    mc.dodd said:

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    nice one.. many thanks..that should do them..
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    MHP said:

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    If your only using it for browsing, streaming and office then why not try a Chromebook.
     
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    evilsatan said:

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    You can get some really good spec used/refurb Thinkpad T-series on ebay. I tend to recommend an i5 (4th gen or newer) and 240GB+ SSD minimum, they don't look pretty but are robust. I had a T410 off of someone on here that's still going strong, since then I had a T430 and now use a T460s as my main laptop.

    They usually have 3 year warranty when new so you ca often pick one up with a year or more warrant left for peace of mind, I think the T450 will be the oldest to look for if you want warranty. If you can get the serial number fro mthe seller you can lookup the waranty with Lenovo:
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