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Best laptop for £450??

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
I'm after a new laptop and have a budget of £450. So far the best i've found is this one:

http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/470295/HP-DV6810?cm_sp=FeatureEnd-_-Laptops-_-position2

Anyone got any thoughts on if this is any good, and how the AMD compares to Intel in the processor department.

The reason i'm looking at Comet is that I have some vouchers, but any other good deals would be nice!!

Thanks in advance.
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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Cheers for the response, will the 3gb of RAM and 256 dedicated graphics combat the not so decent processor?
#3
The processor is fine, sure it could be faster but a 0.2GHz bump-up wouldnt be noticeable and thats all you're going to get for around the same price.
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gerrard_d
Cheers for the response, will the 3gb of RAM and 256 dedicated graphics combat the not so decent processor?


Those 'dedicated' graphics are going to struggle themselves with anything remotely demanding.

But if you're doing anything really demanding you probably wouldn't be buying a £450 laptop, and the 10-20% disadvantage the turion has over an equivelent Core 2 mobile isn't going to be noticible in normal use.

The laptop you linked to does have pretty poor battery life.
#5
I got this spec for £477 inc VAT and delivery from Dell Outlet at the begining of September
I thought it was an awesome spec - Notice the processor! :thumbsup:
Although it is from Dell Outlet, it came brand new untouched
I was very happy with it and am currently running COD4 and Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 easily on its graphics card.
Some extras which I was happpy with was : bluetooth and a webcam

Vostro 1510 Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 (2.5GHz) - -
8X DVD+/-RW - -
320GB HD Serial ATA (5400RPM) - -
Dell Wireless 1395 Mini-Card 802.11b/g EMEA - -
Dell Bluetooth 360 Card - -
Ship Mod - -
LCD Back Cover Black with 1.3MP Camera - -
Battery Primary 6-cell 58W/HR LI-ION - -
1 Yr NBD Warranty
MS Vista Premium Logo Label NB (small - - Image Restore - Vista - -
3072MB (1x2048 &1x1024) 667MHz DDR2 - -
Display LCD 15.4 WXGA - -
256 Mb NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS - -
English Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 (32Bit OS) - -
#6
Yeah, I got a fantastic deal on a Desktop in April that consisted of a E8400 CPU, 8800GT GPU for the same price as amzmalhotra, it's worth looking ther.
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EndlessWaves
Those 'dedicated' graphics are going to struggle themselves with anything remotely demanding.

But if you're doing anything really demanding you probably wouldn't be buying a £450 laptop, and the 10-20% disadvantage the turion has over an equivelent Core 2 mobile isn't going to be noticible in normal use.

The laptop you linked to does have pretty poor battery life.



It will mainly be used for SQL server 2005 / 2008 stuff, no gaming really as have a 360 for that!

I guess this one will cope with that sort of stuff alright?

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