I love it, it's pretty perfect for me and was a good price- only thing I'd change is add a card reader. But I don't know if buying a HP is good now, and soo you won't be able to... whether there will still be good support options if something goes wrong? I don't really know how their changes actually affect that part of the company. My parents got mine from John Lewis though (was a gift) so they should give any support I may need.
i got a toshiba satalite pro C650 free from my uni, so i use that [=
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It's gonna be an eBay bought 2010 MacBook Pro.
Is it weird to take a printer to uni? I'm taking one for when I run out of my measly amount of printer credits.
iv just looked online and i got a printer off amazon, and then get compatible inks which are much much cheaper than real things and work just as well. iv used my printer alot whilst at uni, due to not only printing essays, but each year i have to produce a placement file, which involves lots of printing. so for me its cheaper to get my own printer than use the uni...
Possibliy the most stable, nimbliest, long battery, solid, well built WINDOWS laptop ive seen/had (except them rugged builder type ones). Weighs literally a netbook.
Quality internal bits also, no bluescreens, crashs, hangs, and boots up fast. 12" screen but has a massive 1280x800 (bit like an iPhone 4 retina display)
Its got a spill proof mechanism when u spill ur drink, it filters past the main bits n leaks out the bottom.
If you're looking for a future proof laptop, Lenovo Thinkpads are the way forward