The title says it all really. I have had my computer for around 4 years, and it has been fairly faithful, however, I think it is time that I moved on, as the fan is quite loud now and for some reason, it crashes once every day..
Anyway, to the laptop part. I only really use my computer for the internet and watching the occasional movie and listening to music, so I thought, hey, why not get a laptop? As no doubt I'll still do an awful lot of word processing because I really enjoy writing random things.
I don't want to spend more than £400 on a laptop. I just want it to be able to run a fair few things at once, I.E the internet, a movie, and a work document (I haven't bought a new computer in ages, I don't know how much I'm actually asking), I also want it to be fairly quick, however I don't mind waiting for it to boot up, I'm fairly patient.
Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you kindly!
Looking to purchase a new laptop Watch
- Thread Starter
- 19-04-2013 20:36
- Thread Starter
- 19-04-2013 22:57
Ahh wow, thank you very much for the help. The 15R looks like a really good laptop, will be hard to beat that one.
- 20-04-2013 01:07
Currently in the market, in terms of reliability Acer and Dell are at the bottom, apart from Dell's business range.
And the first 3 are overpriced...
Here's a good maker and good specs........ Asus i5
Also remember its windows 8, so you need to get used to the new interface.
- 23-04-2013 13:35
Check a wide range of laptop retialers before you buy, a couple i've seen
- 23-04-2013 13:45
Dell Refurbs all the way.
- 25-04-2013 17:21
To the OP
regarding your noisy fan and computer crashing once a day, have you cleaned your laptop before? I mean, vacuuming the fan usually does the trick in reducing the noise levels and power consumption