SCH Trade - HP Compaq 6910p - Core 2 Duo, 2.5GHz, 4GB, 160GB, Grade B - Possibly £88.44 with 10% off code - £98.27 before discount
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SCH Trade - HP Compaq 6910p - Core 2 Duo, 2.5GHz, 4GB, 160GB, Grade B - Possibly £88.44 with 10% off code - £98.27 before discount

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Found 7th Mar 2013
Decent laptops with the follwing specs:

Core 2 Duo, 2.5GHz
4GB RAM
160GB Hard Drive

You will need to install an O/S and buy a power supply (theses can be picked up for approx £10.00 from ebay). I bought a couple of these a while back and they are very good laptops. The ones I got, had a battery life of approx 1.5 - 2 hours and were in vgc. Grade B and come with 45 day warranty.

They have 26 in stock at present.

Can be bought for £88.44 using the code provided by DazzyB - Thank you!
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DazzyB

10% discount code available too:10% Off SCH Trade

Thanks for that DazzyB.
Thanks OP I was looking for a cheap laptop to run some powerpoint presentations on a plasma!
Good shout...ordered for a spare..have heat. If anyone is going to order a new power supply I would suggest buying a genuine HP one.
How do we install an OS
MeMeandi

How do we install an OS


1) Get Ubuntu (Linux) for free on CD and boot from that.
2) Buy a version of windows
3) Get another OS for the price of a blank CD (Various flavours of linux etc)
MeMeandi

How do we install an OS

really, you shouldn't be looking at second hand user equipment, if your unsure of your self. Thou, as mentioned. Its pretty easy todo this.
I wonder what the battery life on these are like (does it hold charge)
leeparsons

I wonder what the battery life on these are like (does it hold charge)



I recently got a Grade B Lenovo T61 from SCH and the battery was completely useless it wouldn't charge at all - they may as well not have included it. Maybe I was unlucky.

I got an unbranded one from Ebay for about £16 the charge on this one lasts about 2 hours.

Hope this is useful info.
Currently out of stock
Can you use the windows COA on the machine to activate a fresh install?
If you get a completely dead battery with a Grade B laptop, they'll usually send out another if you contact them. I'd consider getting anything lasting more than an hour or so as a bonus though.

Regarding installing an OS, there'll probably be a Vista Business COA sticker on the base (Vista's not too bad with 4GB RAM if you apply SP2 and install IE9) - just download a Vista .iso from the web, burn it to a DVD, boot from it to install the OS, and enter the code from the COA to activate.
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