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    Under EU law Medion in Germany would have to sell to a UK cutomer albeit they could charge more for postage

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    lost eden - nokia N800
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Crabtree View Post
    My typing is fast and what I want is what I said I want - a low-weight laptop with a decent keyboard.
    I've got a Samsung Q30 - very impressed by the keyboard. I've just about learnt to touch type on it, and it weighs in at about 1.1kg. There's a new version, the Q40, with a better processor, and it's the same shell as the Dell X1. No fan which is just beautiful when you are trying to concentrate on work.

    The Lenovo ones are meant to have good keyboards as well. You do pay through the neck for compactness though

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbouk View Post
    I've got a Samsung Q30 - very impressed by the keyboard. I've just about learnt to touch type on it, and it weighs in at about 1.1kg. There's a new version, the Q40, with a better processor, and it's the same shell as the Dell X1. No fan which is just beautiful when you are trying to concentrate on work.

    The Lenovo ones are meant to have good keyboards as well.
    The new Samsung looks nice!

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbouk View Post
    You do pay through the neck for compactness though
    There in lies a problem - I wouldn't.

    :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Crabtree View Post
    There in lies a problem - I wouldn't.

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    A problem indeed, I guess you'll just have to carry around a full sized keyboard with you where ever you go!

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