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Notebooks LAPTOP £1000 HELP DECIDE

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by pranks7er, 1 Feb 2008.

  1. pranks7er

    pranks7er mange tout

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    Ok ive been given challenge i have 1000£ of my bosses money to spend for a laptop he wants it be light, but have good size screen, wants it have good battery life

    ok im hoping to get two for that price because even tho its the boss work dont liek the idea of him spendin 1000£ on one unit
     
  2. Atomic

    Atomic Gerwaff

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    Something from the Dell Latitude range. Looks ok and the docking stations are idiot proof.
     
  3. Highland3r

    Highland3r Minimodder

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    Dell XPS M 1330. Love mine to bits. Looks the dogs nads, its quick, light, screen's awsome and battery lasts for a good 6+hours surfing/typing etc.
     
  4. shadow12

    shadow12 I lie

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    Try the Rock pegasus 670

    http://www.rock-direct.com/viewNotebook.php?pName=PEGASUS 670

    Screen resolution and graphics card is much better. But the dell at the same price range offers more ram better processor and twice the hard disk space.

    It depends what you want.

    Also rock come with 3 year warranty not 1 like dell.

    Rock also provide zero dead pixel guarantee for 30 pounds.

    Saying that the dell is probably lighter and battery life should last longer.

    Decisions decisions!
    :wallbash:
     
  5. kenco_uk

    kenco_uk I unsuccessfully then tried again

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    I'd suggest a Dell Vostro with the 9-cell battery (85WHr). Dell 1400 w/14.4" TrueLife 1280x800 screen, NVidia 8400 GS, Vista Business, 2 x 1GB 667 DDR2, 160GB 5400rpm HDD, 8xDVD+-R/W for £424 ex vat and delivery.
     

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