THREAD: Looking for a new laptop
  1. 06-22-2014, 02:39 PM
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    I've decided that I need to treat myself with a new laptop, however with the vast options I can pick from I'm all confused...

    I'll be using it for just general stuff; internet browsing, watching films, skype, watching films and possibly some light gaming

    Now I was looking at an Apple MacBook Air as I like how aesthetically pleasing they look and how light they are however I don't want to buy one of these then they release a new one with a retina display.

    Can anyone offer some advice? Price range is about £800-£900
  2. 06-22-2014, 06:15 PM
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    £800 is around $1,350 USD which could buy you a decent gaming laptop if my memory serves correct.

    I'd honestly ask Toke, otherwise check out newegg. They have some nicely build Lenovos at decent prices.
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    Originally Posted by Scouser94 View Post
    I've decided that I need to treat myself with a new laptop, however with the vast options I can pick from I'm all confused...

    I'll be using it for just general stuff; internet browsing, watching films, skype, watching films and possibly some light gaming

    Now I was looking at an Apple MacBook Air as I like how aesthetically pleasing they look and how light they are however I don't want to buy one of these then they release a new one with a retina display.

    Can anyone offer some advice? Price range is about £800-£900
    You must login or register to view this content. this looks solid if you want.to do some gaming and have a nice computer