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Asus X556 15.6" Laptop i7 12GB RAM 2TB HDD £539.99 with code @ Argos

£539.99 @ Argos
This seemed like a good deal to me, I know it's not got an SSD or dedicated graphics, but other than that the specs sound fairly decent to me. Especially if you get it today whilst there is still 10% … Read More
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
This seemed like a good deal to me, I know it's not got an SSD or dedicated graphics, but other than that the specs sound fairly decent to me. Especially if you get it today whilst there is still 10% Quidco. Not every store seems to have them and not available for delivery around me, so may be a little bit of a wild goose chase but there is stock in central Scotland (Alloa and Falkirk) Price is after applying code LAPTOP10.

Main Specs: i7 6500u processor
12GB Ram
2TB Hard Drive
Full HD Screen
DVD/CD writer (may be good or bad thing, I hardly use one but it means there is a bay to add an SSD if required)
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#1
hot from me if you can find stock
#2
Cambridge, Kettering and Wellingborough have them for those in East Midlands. Not sure how much I rate it though, decent processor and RAM, but no SSD, and no dedicated graphics. I'd prefer an SSD and 8GB RAM and sacrifice the 2TB HDD and 12GB
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how many pornos can you keep playing simultaneously on a 16gb ram? thanks in advance
#4
I mean it has some meaty specs but it's lacking ssd and gpu as the poster said which make it a bit unbalanced. I should point out ssd upgrade is easy but it's extra money. Leaves you with a 2tb hdd also....
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jcmaton97
I mean it has some meaty specs but it's lacking ssd and gpu as the poster said which make it a bit unbalanced. I should point out ssd upgrade is easy but it's extra money. Leaves you with a 2tb hdd also....

I more thought of putting a small ssd in the optical bay for the O/S ect. I need more than 256GB of storage and larger ssd's are too expensive. I don't do anything that is graphics intensive so no problem with onboard.

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