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Xeni

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Hi everyone :)

 

I hope that this is the correct section for this topic, if not, sorry :spoton:

 

I'm currently searching a laptop for my studies. I will only need it for programming, a bit office tasks and browsing.

I don't have special demands for it, and I just want something simple. The cheaper, the better :D

The only requirement is having Windows.

Do you have any suggestions for me?

Xeni


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Hello Xeni,

 

Can you tell us your maximum budget + in which country you will be making the purchase.


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Can you tell us your maximum budget + in which country you will be making the purchase.

I'll purchase it in Germany and my maximum budget is 300-350€


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Worth a look is the Toshiba here


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Thank you, looks good!

 

My principal told me that he might allow me to take my laptop from work to the studies as well, but I will be in on that tomorrow :)
 


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Toshibas own specs state that the notebook will accept up to 8GB of 1333MHz Ram, this is something that I would suggest that you upgrade to when you have the chance, it will help you get the best from the 64-bit OS and improve all round performance, Toshiba specs on PDF here

 

You are welcome btw  :)


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