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Which laptop should I get? Brandee Mar 6th, 13, 02:02 PM #1

Hi, I need to get a laptop for school. I've narrowed my choices down to four but still need help choosing one. These are the four laptop that I'm looking at and recommended by my school.

Dell Ultrabook XPS13
Dell Ultrabook XPS14

Lenovo Thinkpad T430

HP Elitebook Folio 900

P.S. Laptop for school work, watching movies and playing some light games


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AftershockPC Mar 9th, 13, 02:26 AM #2
What kind of light games are you looking for?

You can check out our XM 17 model if you are looking for a budget gaming laptop - especially with our IT Show promotions now

VRZone - Aftershock PC IT Show Promotions
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marky982 Mar 13th, 13, 05:47 PM #3
Check if theres a Lenovo Y400 or you could buy a laptop from Aftershock.
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drewtoby Jul 4th, 13, 09:08 PM #4
Dell is a great brand (I still have my old one), unlike my gateway laptops that died so stay away from any old/refurbished gateway laptops. However, I have not had an issue with Acer, the brand that bought them. Try checking them out.

Oh and don't count out refurbished laptops: you save a lot of money. Visit ubid for manufacturer refurbished laptops!
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TechMasterX Jul 8th, 13, 10:16 AM #5
I would check out an Acer laptop, they're really nice.
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nathan02 Jul 8th, 13, 12:07 PM #6
go for either MSI or ASUS laptop, there are a variety of those which are not really expensive and yet has a better specs for you to enjoy gaming and work. Asus has made a name for themselves by making good looking laptops, really premium look and finish, the specs are also a topnotch. I'm using an MSI ge620dx, really a great one
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