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    Best Laptop for £360?

    Ok so buying a laptop on behalf of a friend and I'm just about to go ahead and pay for it today but thought I'd double check in case I've missed any brilliant deals.

    I was currently going to go with this Compaq CQ60 with following specs:

    AMD Athlon X2 Dual Core QL-65 2.1GHz
    4GB DDR2
    NVIDIA GeForce 8200M G
    160GB 5400rpm SATA
    1 x HDMI out
    Free Win7 upgrade

    Price: £360

    I'm not sure but I think there may be better spec out there for slightly cheaper just with less RAM. I'd be more than happy to pay ~£330-340 and upgrade the Ram to 4GB for him.

    Any ideas? Cheers in advance

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    Re: Best Laptop for £360?

    If you have a local Staples I would definitely check them out beforehand as they can have some fantastic deals!!

    I would also check Dell especially since you maybe able to get some discount codes. Also check if you can cashback from referral sites like Quidco too!

    This notebook looks good for the money:

    http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/50952...tebook-core-2-


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    Re: Best Laptop for £360?

    Ahhh you're a HUKDealer as well then? Good man! Thanks for the suggestions. Wee bit more than I've got to spend though unfortunately.

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