HP dm3-1155ea laptop - from HP directly - £499 del. - 13%* quidco (*= £443)
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HP dm3-1155ea laptop - from HP directly - £499 del. - 13%* quidco (*= £443)

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Found 12th Dec 2010
Specs below.

Yes, this isnt the fastest machine in the world but it has been universally regarded as a really beautifully designed and built machine so if you can live with the (relatively) modest performance compared to the flimsy plastic rivals then this might be just the ticket...

# Featuring Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium for a superior digital entertainment experience
# An AMD Neo X2 Dual Core processor for multitasking and everyday computing
# 4 GB memory for top system performance
# 250 GB Hard Drive for storing all your digital files
# A 13.3" High Definition BrightView LED display
# The latest ATI Mobility Radeon HD4330 graphics technology
# Finished in a stylish brushed aluminum
# 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 wireless networking, bluetooth and a webcam, ideal for social networking and communications
# Up to 10 hours battery life

Just had my quidco tracked so assuming it gets paid (no reason why it shouldnt now) the effective price is £443.

8 Comments

Original Poster

alternatives in the same ilk from cold-voters would be interesting

Looks lovely, don't trust Hp after one i had of them died but then that was a fault with Amd with nvidia graphics. Has the 10% code ended ?

USE CODE HPQUIDCO brings it down to £ 474.05

Original Poster

...if you go from quidco you (should) get 8% off, so 459 ish.
Edited by: "dt_matthews" 12th Dec 2010

THRILLER-DEEJAY

Looks lovely, don't trust Hp after one i had of them died but then that … Looks lovely, don't trust Hp after one i had of them died but then that was a fault with Amd with nvidia graphics. Has the 10% code ended ?



I never understand this logic, "if the electrical product I own breaks due to a fault, I cannot trust the brand as a whole". This is just inability to understand that there a certain % of a product that will go through this, which somehow puts you off from buying that brand. The only way I can understand it is, if someone has owned multiple numbers of the same product, even then, it should not be associated with the whole brand.

Original Poster

dt_matthews

...if you go from quidco you (should) get 8% off, so 459 ish.

apparently quidco is actually 13% (8% +5% from voucher) so should get it down to 434 if it all goes thru'...

Original Poster

PaddyZee

I never understand this logic, "if the electrical product I own breaks … I never understand this logic, "if the electrical product I own breaks due to a fault, I cannot trust the brand as a whole". This is just inability to understand that there a certain % of a product that will go through this, which somehow puts you off from buying that brand. The only way I can understand it is, if someone has owned multiple numbers of the same product, even then, it should not be associated with the whole brand.



but personal experience is a very subjective, emotive beast, e.g if my car breaks down in the middle of a horrible winter and its the battery, I still give my car the evils, and not the battery manufacturer. its not rational but hey.... we arent are we?

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