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Ebay Argos Outlet Laptops Offers

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Argos outlet on Ebay have numerous discounted laptops on sale -

you can get a APPLE MACBOOK PRO 15IN 2.53GHZ for £965

There'a numerous Sony Vaio laptops too. I personally ordered a laptop from here last month and it arrived looking as good as new and I've had no problems whatsoever.
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#1
Old model of the 15" MBP - but good price nonetheless. Hot.
#2
yeah its your luck with what laptops they have on it but you can get some crackin deals. i got a black vaio laptop: core i3, 4gb ram, blu ray, ati graphics card for £499.

definetly worth lookin through if your after a new computer.
#3
any major differences between this and the latest model?
#4
Processor mostly, still a great buy as £500 cheaper.
#5
That MBP is a brilliant buy. Hot.
#6
so body, connections etc. all the same?
#7
Incredible deal on the MacBook Pro. The MacBook line of portable computing products are the best in the computer industry. And OS X is the world's most advance OS available exclusively to owners of Apple computers.
#8
joeybutterface
Incredible deal on the MacBook Pro. The MacBook line of portable computing products are the best in the computer industry. And OS X is the world's most advance OS available exclusively to owners of Apple computers.


Trollbait much?
#9
I.....Will.......Not......Rise....To......The bait.......
#10
new MBP along with the new OSx coming very soon but a great price nevertheless
#11
I have MacBook Air the processor is not a concern when you use Mac OS X. My MacBook Air has a slower processer than this 15" MacBook Pro and it's still faster than every Microsoft Windows computer in my house. You get just incredible performance with a Mac.
#12
If Best = Underpowered + Overpriced compensated by great build quality, great battery and a proprietary OS then yes you are right.
That's not a criticism, just the way I see it, I would love a Macbook pro but need the power and at an affordable price.
1 Like #13
BUT these people are horrendous to deal with. I had an MSI wind arrive with keys missing, which had clearely been opened up, messed about with then screwed back together. Getting a replacement, then finally a refund took weeks and an paypal dispute to finally sort out.
#14
joeybutterface
I have MacBook Air the processor is not a concern when you use Mac OS X. My MacBook Air has a slower processer than this 15" MacBook Pro and it's still faster than every Microsoft Windows computer in my house. You get just incredible performance with a Mac.


You said the magic words - MacBook Air.
Now we know you are a fervent zealot with little grasp on reality.

No one buys the AIRs unless they are massive posers or massively uninformed.
#15
All sold out now
#16
emmak
BUT these people are horrendous to deal with. I had an MSI wind arrive with keys missing, which had clearely been opened up, messed about with then screwed back together. Getting a replacement, then finally a refund took weeks and an paypal dispute to finally sort out.

I've bought 2 "refurbs" from them (Sony Vaio laptop and Fujitsu Tower) - both were as new and I couldn't recommend them highly enough 8)
#17
joeybutterface
I have MacBook Air the processor is not a concern when you use Mac OS X. My MacBook Air has a slower processer than this 15" MacBook Pro and it's still faster than every Microsoft Windows computer in my house. You get just incredible performance with a Mac.

Wndows can give great performance if you give it the kit. The difference is most people compare a 2 year old £500 PC with a brand new £1000 Mac Air. Did your other machines cost as much as your Air and so recently too?
1 Like #18
fresno bob
joeybutterface
I have MacBook Air the processor is not a concern when you use Mac OS X. My MacBook Air has a slower processer than this 15" MacBook Pro and it's still faster than every Microsoft Windows computer in my house. You get just incredible performance with a Mac.


You said the magic words - MacBook Air.
Now we know you are a fervent zealot with little grasp on reality.

No one buys the AIRs unless they are massive posers or massively uninformed.


Really? Even some very well respected Windows IT professionals (who are full of Mac hate) have been buying the new MBA because it's the best ultra-portable computer in the market. So I think you are massively uninformed, and just trotting out the stereotypical hipster lines.

So why are people lining up to buy these new machines? Well the MacBook Air has a real processor not the Atom junk found in most netbooks. It has a super-fast SSD drive. It has a high-res screen that makes your computer actually usable unlike the horrible low-res netbook screens. It has 2gb RAM as standard and can be upgraded to 4gb. It can even run Windows if you must. Even if you don't want to discuss the gorgeous aluminum design it packs more than enough punch to blow its competition away.
1 Like #19
fresno bob
joeybutterface
I have MacBook Air the processor is not a concern when you use Mac OS X. My MacBook Air has a slower processer than this 15" MacBook Pro and it's still faster than every Microsoft Windows computer in my house. You get just incredible performance with a Mac.


You said the magic words - MacBook Air.
Now we know you are a fervent zealot with little grasp on reality.

No one buys the AIRs unless they are massive posers or massively uninformed.


Or wants something netbook sized that is decently built, will be worth something on resale and runs an OS they happen to prefer. I find the 13" a little pointless, but the 11" is a great machine.
1 Like #20
Rob_Quads
joeybutterface
I have MacBook Air the processor is not a concern when you use Mac OS X. My MacBook Air has a slower processer than this 15" MacBook Pro and it's still faster than every Microsoft Windows computer in my house. You get just incredible performance with a Mac.


Wndows can give great performance if you give it the kit. The difference is most people compare a 2 year old £500 PC with a brand new £1000 Mac Air. Did your other machines cost as much as your Air and so recently too?


Yes. I spent a grand on a Dell XPS desktop machine this year. The MacBook Air boots faster, loads applications faster, is more secure and is bundled with all the great applications you need out-of-the-box.

Windows 7 is an improvement but it's still not even close to matching Mac OS X performance. Just to compare:

XPS has Core i7 processor with 12gb RAM running Windows 7 Premium.
MacBook Air has Core 2 Duo 1.8ghz processor with 4gb RAM running OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.5.

The MacBook Air is flat out faster. That demonstrates how bloated and lousy Windows is still to this day.
#21
Obviously one device you are talking about has a SSD, and the other does not.

Man stop trolling.
1 Like #22
monty77

Or wants something netbook sized that is decently built, will be worth something on resale and runs an OS they happen to prefer. I find the 13" a little pointless, but the 11" is a great machine.


The 13" isn't pointless if you want a slightly better display and faster CPU. Both the 11" and 13" are still ultra-portable as far as I'm concerned. My 17" MacBook Pro feels huge now and I used to cart it around the world with me. Not anymore. The MacBook Air does it all.
1 Like #23
ReflexReact
Obviously one device you are talking about has a SSD, and the other does not.

Man stop trolling.


Actually my Dell XPS has a custom-installed OCZ 32gb SSD boot drive. I can't stand to use a machine without SSD anymore.
#24
joeybutterface

So why are people lining up to buy these new machines? Well the MacBook Air has a real processor not the Atom junk found in most netbooks. It has a super-fast SSD drive. It has a high-res screen that makes your computer actually usable unlike the horrible low-res netbook screens. It has 2gb RAM as standard and can be upgraded to 4gb. It can even run Windows if you must. Even if you don't want to discuss the gorgeous aluminum design it packs more than enough punch to blow its competition away.


Don't get me wrong I think the hardware is very impressive. What they have built into the form factor is great but..A cheap netbook in PCWorld (£300) has the same res and ram so its nothing special in that aspect.

The killer move has been to SSDs - makes such a difference to the speeds of the machine. With the prices of these about to tumble in 2011 I can see them being everywhere within the year.
#25
Can't find any!!
#26
Rob_Quads
joeybutterface

So why are people lining up to buy these new machines? Well the MacBook Air has a real processor not the Atom junk found in most netbooks. It has a super-fast SSD drive. It has a high-res screen that makes your computer actually usable unlike the horrible low-res netbook screens. It has 2gb RAM as standard and can be upgraded to 4gb. It can even run Windows if you must. Even if you don't want to discuss the gorgeous aluminum design it packs more than enough punch to blow its competition away.


Don't get me wrong I think the hardware is very impressive. What they have built into the form factor is great but..A cheap netbook in PCWorld (£300) has the same res and ram so its nothing special in that aspect.

The killer move has been to SSDs - makes such a difference to the speeds of the machine. With the prices of these about to tumble in 2011 I can see them being everywhere within the year.


My SSD upgrade last week has lowered my PC boot speed from 48secs to 22secs. I'm hoping to get it <20 secs with further optimisations.
Having said that, it wasn't the massive improvement I was expecting compared to my F3 hard drive.
#27
Nice one, was looking at a Dell Inspiron 15R last week & now I've managed to get it about £100 cheaper. Just hope it arrives before Santa does
#28
Oh & this isn't expired just because the Macbook sold out, still plenty of other good offers on there
#29
MushyBushy
Oh & this isn't expired just because the Macbook sold out, still plenty of other good offers on there


Such as?
#30
the problem with windows is that its an open system designed to take anything any old muppet plugs in (which it does a very good job of considering how non trivial that actually is).

It will never be as fast as a cut down OS thats designed arround specific piece of hardware such as apple devices. My main gripe is you have to wait till Steve tells you that something is Amazing before your allowed to have it, USB3 or similar, that and in a world driven by mooers law hardware refreshes seem to be annual with no price drop in between.

However the air is very impressive and a move in the right direction and if I had the cash I would plump for one as its in my opinion the right balance of power and size. ie as small as possible whilst still making it useable day to day for real tasks, not just web browsing. More companies need to make laptops like this, it really shouldnt be the only thing out there!

But more secure? ok i will bite, I think that is somewhat biased and misleading, less likly to be targetted I would agree on, but less secure is a hard sell given it gets hardly any security attention compared to windows systems that are picked apart by everyone, security by obscurity is no security at all ;)
#31
Good to see some balanced comments in here for a change, beyond the usual anti-Apple rantings. I completely understand why some people are unwilling to pay for a premium product when there are cheaper budget products available. That's the way of the world.
1 Like #32
Just a word of warning on Argos outlet
The customer service is appalling I've just had real problems trying to return a laptop to their agents and Argos don't want to know. If you email them they just direct you to the agent if you try and ring the phone is never answered.
For me the proof of a good business is how they deal with problems and these fail miserably!!!
#33
joeybutterface
Good to see some balanced comments in here for a change, beyond the usual anti-Apple rantings. I completely understand why some people are unwilling to pay for a premium product when there are cheaper budget products available. That's the way of the world.


I'm typing this from a mac Pro.
It's a great machine.
But it's actually a real machine - not a lifestyle product like the ipad and air
#34
fresno bob
joeybutterface
Good to see some balanced comments in here for a change, beyond the usual anti-Apple rantings. I completely understand why some people are unwilling to pay for a premium product when there are cheaper budget products available. That's the way of the world.


I'm typing this from a mac Pro.
It's a great machine.
But it's actually a real machine - not a lifestyle product like the ipad and air


They're all 'real' machines depending on what you use them for.

iPad - Great for being on the road and email / chat / gaming / surfing, instant boot, great battery
MBA - Full OS and everything that brings with it, much better performance than the specs would imply, great size for an ultra portable combined with good battery life

I have an iMac, iPad and MBA .. they all have their uses. I wouldn't dream of taking a MBP on the road with me, unless I wanted to do some serious work.

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