HP 6715s Laptop, AT64 1.9ghz, 1GB, 120GB for £436 less £50 HP cashback and less 5% Quidco = £364! - HotUKDeals
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Brilliant deal for such a well specced Business-Grade HP laptop. I bought one for myself last week. The HP cashback deal runs out on the 30th of April so better get in quick.

Also only £12 to buy another 1GB memory to bump it up to 2GB total. Sweet!

Specifications are:

* Processor - AMD 1.9GHz Turion 64 X2 mobile technology TL-58
* Memory - 1GB DDR II SDRAM
* Hard Drive - 120GB
* Display - 15.4in TFT active matrix 1280 x 800
* Optical Drive - DVD±RW (+R double layer) / DVD- RAM
* Battery - Lithium Ion 3.7hour(s) run time (max)
* Operating System - Microsoft Windows Vista Business
* Wireless - 802.11a /b/g, Bluetooth 2.0 EDR
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for 364, with dell you could get a laptop MUCH MUCH better. I just bought a dell with a processor much better, double the ram, bigger hdd, for 350.
You're still stuck with a Dell though.

Don't be mistaken. This is a Business grade HP laptop and not a lower home grade one
Welcome, the convention is to list the price without quidco and to include the cheapest postage which in this case equates to £391.92.
It’s done this way as not everybody uses quidco and it’s not guaranteed. Postage is included because it varies so much and without it it’s sometimes hard to gauge how good a deal is.
Ah. Fair enough. I'll fix it up. Cheers
Having worked with (and repaired) business Dell and HP laptops, I'm not convinced there is much difference in quality.

Quite honestly, from what I have seen they are both weak. Not a million miles from the Acers and Advents of this world. HP are a wee bit better, but have been very prone to overheating issues and the build isn't all that.

Toshiba are a whole lot better. And for home use, I bought an Advent 2Ghz AMD with 2Gb / 160Gb for £215 after discounts recently, and I really don't see that the build is *that* bad, all things taken into account.

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