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Very good price for a second gen Core-i5 laptop, this can be delivered free to a branch closer to you to collect.
EDIT:
Sorry folks, the price is ex.VAT, my bad.
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#1
TOTAL ex VAT £333.33
VAT £66.67
TOTAL inc VAT £400.00
#2
403 is a big jump from 333 shame
#3
misleading price in OP
#4
omg, was very misleding thought it was £333 :( i even voted you hot wish i could change it
#5
Any promotional codes for stapels?
1 Like #6
sofiasar
omg, was very misleding thought it was £333 :( i even voted you hot wish i could change it

It's ok, I voted cold on your behalf.
#7
hot
1 Like #8
Daniel_Saeed
sofiasar
omg, was very misleding thought it was £333 :( i even voted you hot wish i could change it

It's ok, I voted cold on your behalf.
Very clever, can you find a i5-2450m cpu laptop under £400?
#9
Good deal op. With 7% TCB even better.
suspended#10
cojack
Daniel_Saeed
sofiasar
omg, was very misleding thought it was £333 :( i even voted you hot wish i could change it

It's ok, I voted cold on your behalf.
Very clever, can you find a i5-2450m cpu laptop under £400?
well seeing as its above 400 i guess you can either!
1 Like #11
It is actually £400 once you remove the £3 'order care' service that Staples opt you in for.
#12
Compare with this and decide:http://www.ebuyer.com/340814-fujitsu-lifebook-a531-laptop-vfy-a5310mp532gb
#13
Bought this in store today. So far so good so thanks for posting.
#14
ct6
Bought this in store today. So far so good so thanks for posting.
Could you please tell us whether it's made in Japan or Germany.
#15
Much better price than most deals I've seen recently
#16
cojack
ct6
Bought this in store today. So far so good so thanks for posting.
Could you please tell us whether it's made in Japan or Germany.

It says made in Germany.
#17
ct6
Bought this in store today. So far so good so thanks for posting.
Could you tell us if the screen is matte or glossy? Thanks.
#18
I would honestly get a dell from the outlet as they are getting rid of a lot of the current inventory to make way for the ivybridge models. £125 more will get you a hd screen and an i7 or blu ray plus discrete graphics.
#19
if i go to staples.co.uk can't find any Fujitsu laptops...
#20
Wouldn't touch anything Fujitsu branded - you'll get a better made and engineered machine with a Dell or an HP for similar money.
#21
this is good for a laptop like this you mad about vote in cold joker HOT !!!!!
#22
you might want to remove your edit from the OP now that the price has changed, cos it may look to some like its £403 + VAT
banned#23
cojack
Daniel_Saeed
sofiasar
omg, was very misleding thought it was £333 :( i even voted you hot wish i could change it

It's ok, I voted cold on your behalf.
Very clever, can you find a i5-2450m cpu laptop under £400?

easily.
#24
Ajibee
Wouldn't touch anything Fujitsu branded - you'll get a better made and engineered machine with a Dell or an HP for similar money.


that is a bit of a crass statement. I have had nothing but trouble with HP's and would never buy from their basic range again. maybe their business range is better.
#25
chrisbf1
Ajibee
Wouldn't touch anything Fujitsu branded - you'll get a better made and engineered machine with a Dell or an HP for similar money.


that is a bit of a crass statement. I have had nothing but trouble with HP's and would never buy from their basic range again. maybe their business range is better.


Crass? Not at all. Merely an opinion based on personal experience, as is your view of HP's basic range. The difference is that, whilst HP and Dell occasionally produce lemons, more often than not their machines are well made and well engineered and give good service over a long period. I've never seen a Fujitsu machine that doesn't fall in to the category of cheap and nasty - built down to a price, rather than up to a level of quality. Moreover, for those with longer memories, it should never be forgotten that Fujitsu made a huge number of hard drives with faulty capacitors (back when 40GB drives were the norm) - and refused to replace the drives or compensate users for the inconvenience of huge early failure rates. A company that values its reputation as little as Fujitsu does is not worth trusting with anything.

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