Toshiba L40 Laptop, Intel Pentium 2310 processor, 1GB RAM, 120GB Hard drive - £273.05 delivered @ Bargaincrazy! (£299 before code) - HotUKDeals
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This Toshiba L40 Laptop, with Intel Pentium 2310 processor, 1GB RAM, 120GB Hard drive is just £299.99 @ Bargaincrazy.

Use discount code: WLWDA001BCP to get it for just £273.05 delivered!

* Toshiba L40 Laptop
* Intel Pentium 2310 processor
* 1024Mb RAM
* 120Gb Hard Drive
* 15. 4" WXGA Display
* DVD Supermulti
* Dual Layer Intel UMA graphics
* Microsoft Windows Vist Home Premium
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#1
Seems cheap for a Toshiba:thumbsup: Is it any good then?
#2
great price.heat added
#3
a good machine for the price
but not sure about the processor (and too lazy to google)
if the pntium is a desktop processor then its a huge drwabacks (consume huge battery power and heat rapidly)
#4
Review here

... and another here
#5
Dear Mr Echo
Review here


Lower spec model reviewed
#6
I've just been trying to edit my post to say that... ha. :) Neither of those two reviews seem to be the exact same model but BC don't give any indication of which model it is other than it's an "L40".

We are looking for laptop at the moment around this price and were wondering how this would compare to the Dell that was posted about in this thread. I'm a Mac man myself (don't start) but we were looking for something for internet browsing, basic office duties and kiddies homework. Anyone with a bit more knowledge than me care to comment on which would be a better buy?

cheers
#7
some people may say Toshiba is more reliable
but i think it is less likely to say this nowadays as all compie would most likely be "made in China" despite being a dell, toshiba etc,

so i would go definitely with Dell Vostro. for two main reasons:
1. the BC's Toshiba is not the match for the Vostro (the spec is incomparable, for a start the vostro has C2D, the best laptop processor so far, despite an older variant (T5670)
2. I,m not quite sure about toshiba after sale service having bougjht it from BC (and to be honest, Europe is not Toshiba's primary market (it is the leader in Asia, most nitably southeast asia). although not all woould also have greta impression about Dell after sale
#8
Dear Mr Echo
Anyone with a bit more knowledge than me care to comment on which would be a better buy?

cheers


While I wouldn't claim "more knowledge" than you, I will say that my second-hand Tosh Tecra has been extremely reliable over the past four years. No trouble of any sort with it at all. My next laptop is definitely going to be a Tosh again. Tempted by this one, but have to investigate a little more first.
#9
nuabdi
1. the BC's Toshiba is not the match for the Vostro (the spec is incomparable, for a start the vostro has C2D, the best laptop processor so far, despite an older variant (T5670)

...

although not all woould also have greta impression about Dell after sale


Sorry nuabdi, the 2310 processor in the Tosh is a Pentium Dual Core. The Vostro posted a couple of days ago for around the same money has a Celeron processor.

And as far as Dell service and call centres go, you are right, It is an experience - but not one to be repeated.
#10
Dont forget, 3% off thru Quidco, making final price £264.81
#11
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Sorry nuabdi, the 2310 processor in the Tosh is a Pentium Dual Core. The Vostro posted a couple of days ago for around the same money has a Celeron processor.

And as far as Dell service and call centres go, you are right, It is an experience - but not one to be repeated.


in this case, the tosh is a good value then.
but the vostro in the thread is a C2D machine: http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukbsdt1&l=en&kc=&oc=n0414009

However, the only MAJOR diference betwen dual core and C2D is in power consumption.
as far as it's for basic computing, the Toshiba is a good option

by the way, im an ex Toshiba user, currently on Vaio only for the style :)
#12
Dear Mr Echo
I've just been trying to edit my post to say that... ha. :) Neither of those two reviews seem to be the exact same model but BC don't give any indication of which model it is other than it's an "L40".

We are looking for laptop at the moment around this price and were wondering how this would compare to the Dell that was posted about in this thread. I'm a Mac man myself (don't start) but we were looking for something for internet browsing, basic office duties and kiddies homework. Anyone with a bit more knowledge than me care to comment on which would be a better buy?

cheers


You can't compare those two because the Dell has a smaller 14.1" screen while the Toshiba is 15.4" screen. The processor in the Dell is better. It depends what you are using it for? For basic Internet surfing and emails, you won't notice a difference between the two (exept for the screen size, naturally). I should mention that with Dell you always have more options, such as anti-glare screen, Windows XP instead of Vista, etc. I personally would go for Dell for these reasons.
#13
nuabdi
some people may say Toshiba is more reliable
but i think it is less likely to say this nowadays as all compie would most likely be "made in China" despite being a dell, toshiba etc,


Toshiba run this funny warranty on some of their models: If the laptop breaks, Toshiba will fix it AND give you your money back AS WELL!

It doesn't look like it applies on this one, but it's worth looking out for.
#14
Now reporting as out of stock :-(
#15
its only a single core, doesn't seem that much of a good deal to me, Toshibas arn't anything special, get dual core and some better specs at ebuyer, for the same price or a little bit more

i've had some really good deals emailed to me from ebuyer, which i would of jumped if i hadn't gotten a newone recently already
#16
mafia, its pentium dual core
#17
Managed to order one of these before it went out of stock earlier, thanks for posting, top deal!!
#18
unexpired as we've been informed these are now back in-stock
[mod]#19
Thanks ray :)
#20
Out of stock

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