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£50 Cashback on laptops at Misco £408.24

Forbez Avatar
8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Many notebooks at great prices on this site. My recommendation however is this quality laptop (HP) at a good price with good stats.

For £408.24 you can have a top brand medium spec laptop perfect for anyone not running high intensity applications.


HP 6720

Product Description HP 6720s Notebook PC
Processor Intel® Core2 Duo Processor T5270, 1.40 GHz , 2 MB L2 cache, 800 MHz FSB
Hard Drive 120 GB 5400 rpm
Networking Network adapter - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Bluetooth, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Telecom Fax / modem - 56 Kbps
RAM 1 x 1024MB DDR2 + 1GB RAM FREE
Graphics Controller Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100, with up to 384-MB shared system memory
Built-in Devices Mono speaker, Wireless LAN aerial, Bluetooth aerial
Display 15.4", 1280 x 800 WXGA
Optical Storage DVD+/RW SuperMulti with Double Layer LightScribe Fixed
OS Provided Windows Vista Business with XP Professional Donwgrade Media
Dimensions (WxDxH) 3.2 (at front) x 35.8 x 26.7 cm
Weight 2.5Kg
Manufacturer Warranty 1 Year Collect and Return
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Thats half the RAM (one of the most important components) and 40GB less HD space.
#3
Forbez
Thats half the RAM (one of the most important components) and 40GB less HD space.



£15 for 1gb of ram. 500gb Internal hard drive £50. Brings it to the same price.
#4
HAHAHAH 500GB internal hard drive for a laptop £50!!!! Your a funny man - i suggest you read up on your PCs. Also you void your warrenty if you open up the machine to install the RAM. . . . . .

As far as i'm aware you can't get 500GB internal laptop drives as of yet. If you do they will set you abck a couple of hundred. Most ive seen in a laptop to date is 320GB.
A 1GB RAM stick (have to ensure you get the correct size for your specific laptop) will cost around £30

Don't speak about things you know little about.
#5
seems ok for a Intel Core2 Duo Processor why all the cold votes...
#6
Forbez
HAHAHAH 500GB internal hard drive for a laptop £50!!!! Your a funny man - i suggest you read up on your PCs. Also you void your warrenty if you open up the machine to install the RAM. . . . . .

As far as i'm aware you can't get 500GB internal laptop drives as of yet. If you do they will set you abck a couple of hundred. Most ive seen in a laptop to date is 320GB.
A 1GB RAM stick (have to ensure you get the correct size for your specific laptop) will cost around £30

Don't speak about things you know little about.


I suggest you're the one that doesn't have a clue.
Replace the captain of your brainship, because he's drunk at the wheel. :whistling:
#7
I await this link to the 500GB hard drive for £50. . . . . infact i suggest you post it as a HUKD as this is an excellent price VTB
banned#8
yeah someones having a laugh with a 500gb laptop drive for 50 quid. Would love to see the link to that one. The 3.5inch ones barely go for 50 quid now!!
#9
VTB
I suggest you're the one that doesn't have a clue.
Replace the captain of your brainship, because he's drunk at the wheel. :whistling:



Dont have a clue? - You cant just buy a hard drive for a laptop and click it in.

You have to determine the drive type (Serial-ATA or Parallel-ATA), then you have to determine the drive size (2.5" or 1.8") then the height (can range from 9.5mm to 12.5mm). You then have to ensure your warrenty allows you top open the hard drive section of the laptop, and replace the hard drive.

Furthermore the biggest hard drive i can come across for a laptop is 250GB and the cheapest price i can find is £105 for a drive with no warrenty and a dodgy make. Therefore your wrong - so have the balls to admit it.
#10
VTB
I suggest you're the one that doesn't have a clue.
Replace the captain of your brainship, because he's drunk at the wheel. :whistling:


Get me pint of what VTB is on..........I always talk cr*p when I'm p*shed
#11
Forbez
Dont have a clue? - You cant just buy a hard drive for a laptop and click it in.

You have to determine the drive type (Serial-ATA or Parallel-ATA), then you have to determine the drive size (2.5" or 1.8") then the height (can range from 9.5mm to 12.5mm). You then have to ensure your warrenty allows you top open the hard drive section of the laptop, and replace the hard drive.

Furthermore the biggest hard drive i can come across for a laptop is 250GB and the cheapest price i can find is £105 for a drive with no warrenty and a dodgy make. Therefore your wrong - so have the balls to admit it.

Scan have a 250GB laptop drive Today for £55, Ebuyer had one for £50.50 which I posted here and ordered.
There are already 500GB laptop drives but the first one released in the standard size format is the Spinpoint M6 500GB which should be hitting the stores around now; it'll be expensive though.

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