Best Laptop for £500??????


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Hi,

I have a budget of approx £500. Any ideas where I can get a reasonable Laptop that'll be good for, say, 2/3 years? I need it for:

1.Ebay
2.General Internet
3.Some music burning etc...
4.Watching the odd DVD

Appreciate I'm not going to get cutting edge but.....

Any ideas?? Dell??? Re-conditioned???

Oh - and I'd want some kind of warranty.

Thanks Good people of the Forum
 
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Hey Tinderstick - what a great question.



You sound like a really interesting guy and Im sure lots of people will reply to your post soon.



Best of luck!
 
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What was the point in the seccond post?

Dabs.com had a fujitsu laptop with DVD+RW for about £500
 

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Its only been 2 hours since you posted ;)

£500 will only get your a budget laptop, but for the uses you suggested that should be fine. You could try the Dell outlet (www.dell.co.uk/outlet) if you don't mind a refurbished/canceled one (I've had a few and been pleased), you should be able to get a good one for around £500 there.

You can always try the main Dell site and get a 510m for around £500, although I would avoid the 1150's unless you don't mind a large laptop. Acer do have some cheap deals at the moment, but support seems to be terrible.
 
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being cocky is perfectly fine :)

i back up admin in that dell are v good
stay away from Acer, and aldi tho!
 
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Me__2001

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try dell or pc world they are selling off some reconditioned stuff
 
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Thanks Guys! You all seem to have little quotes attached to yourselves after your names. I'm going to try a few out.


"I find alcohol is an ideal substitue for happiness......oh sh1t - I just followed through!"
 

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