i3 350M, 3 GB ram, 320 Gigs 7200rpm + 2 yr warranty ..with codes - £404 @ HP Store Hewlett-Packard - HotUKDeals
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£449 - £44 = £404 - code MEGASALE
TCB - 6.06% - £~365

A versatile, affordable laptop PC

Featuring Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium for a superior digital entertainment experience
An Intel Core i3 350M processor for incredible performance
3GB memory for strong system performance & running multiple applications
320 GB Hard Drive for storing all your digital files
A 15.6" LED High-Definition HP BrightView display
Experience High-Definition with Intel HD graphics
Finished in Biscotti with a stylish Prism pattern
Create silkscreen-quality disc labels with LightScribe, watch movies and more with the Double Layer SuperMulti DVD±RW
1 year, pick-up and return, warranty. Optional upgrade to 3 years accidental damage cover for peace of mind
Featuring Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and an Integrated Webcam & Microphone, ideal for social networking and communications

Specs here: http://h40059.www4.hp.com/uk/homelaptops/pdf/g62-b18sa_ds_ene.pdf
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#1
Put an apple badge on it and make £900 then it would be a real bargain :)
#2
not so sure ur maths work out but good deal all the same
#3
What is TCB and how do get money off with it?
#4
Please don't use quidco as the final price.
#5
TCB = TopCashBack
#6
jalaldevil
Please don't use quidco as the final price.


sure...
#7
isnt cash back £24.48 ( 6.06% of £404) not £39 ( £404 -£365 )
#8
amancalledchip
isnt cash back £24.48 ( 6.06% of £404) not £39 ( £404 -£365 )


Isn't cashback applied for £449 (actual price)?
£404 is with coupon?

Not sure good point...!
#9
Looking at the tech sheet on the hp site for this you can upgrade with ATI graphics? Can anyone confirm this means you can stick a graphics card upgrade in it??

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