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Fujitsu LifeBook S7010 Laptop at BigPockets - £134.99 delivered

£134.99 @ Big pockets
Product Name: Fujitsu LifeBook S7010 Laptop - Centrino 1.7 GHz - 1Gb RAM - 40GB - DVD - Bluetooth - Ultra Thin Product Code: SOLV204 Pack Size: 1 Condition: Used Warranty: Yes: 1 Month RTB … Read More
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Product Name: Fujitsu LifeBook S7010 Laptop - Centrino 1.7 GHz - 1Gb RAM - 40GB - DVD - Bluetooth - Ultra Thin
Product Code: SOLV204
Pack Size: 1
Condition: Used
Warranty: Yes: 1 Month RTB
Despatch Time: Usually ships2 to 3 working days
Availability: 23
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#1
"Used (May have 1 or 2 hinge covers missing, the hinges are fine just with missing plastic and MAY have very minor white spots on the screen) - Hence bargain price!"

Good price but not with damaged screens !
#2
Got a refurbished laptop of these guys before and battery only lasted like 5-10mins at best , also laptop broke within 12 months , ended up in the bin , i wouldnt go there again.
#3
I bought a Dell laptop, similar spec around 6 months ago, almost perfect condition and battery is a dream. My only surprise was with a desktop I bought which came without a keyboard, but I guess it wasn't in the spec, so my issue.

I've been impressed with both pc purchased refurbs from big pockets! Heat added.
1 Like #4
Complete waste of money to buy any secondhand laptops at around £150. These laptops are sold by big compnaies for around £4 in bulk trade to refurbishers. It is far better to buy £200 or so 10" netbook as you get:-

1 One year warranty , worth 30% of the price
2. brand new battery
3. brand new , fresh from factory
4. no missing accessories
5. completely brand new LCD screen which means it is bright as opposed to dimmed display after 3 to 4 years of use
6. clean and smell fresh
7.new CPU, more memory and usually bigger and more efficient harddisk
8. A laptop hardware spinning for 3/4 years is probably near end of life
1 Like #5
I Had one and sold it for £70, it was in mint condition and ran XP like a dream
#6
splender
Complete waste of money to buy any secondhand laptops at around £150


And normally I'd agree, but the Lifebook isn't 'any laptop'. They're very light weight for the spec and from our experience very durable and reliable.

We bought a 6010 in 2001 for £2k'ish. It weighs 1.7 kgs and is very thin. If you don't need a CD/DVD drive then, yes, go for a netbook. If you're after a cheap very portable machine with a DVD drive then this is a good deal.
#7
>Complete waste of money to buy any secondhand laptops at around £150. These laptops are sold by big compnaies for around £4 in bulk trade to refurbishers.

True, it is very high risk BUT I love my 15.4 inch widescreen HP ZV6000 laptop from an eBay refurb trader for £99 a few weeks ago. No battery but good spec, XP Pro, runs super-smooth and came in as new condition. Some good deals out there amongst all the dogs for sale.
#8
A-n-d-y;6467465
Got a refurbished laptop of these guys before and battery only lasted like 5-10mins at best , also laptop broke within 12 months , ended up in the bin , i wouldnt go there again.


You can tell them, but the "fans" are there - small numbers, but very vociferous, and the danger is impressionable people will believe them, even though the money they charge for these things makes no sense at all, regardless of the spec and condition :-(
#9
almac73
I Had one and sold it for £70, it was in mint condition and ran XP like a dream



you certainly did, i can 2nd that and it still running now, my son is love love loving it!!!
Cheers :thumbsup:

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