I want to purchase a laptop preferably within the £200-£500 range.
The main thing i look for is that it is suitable for work purposes, portable so 14 inches, i3 or i5 processor as i will be prgramming, not sure if i3 will be ok though.
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What are the Best Laptops for Computer Science students? watch
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Last edited by UghDecisions; 11-09-2015 at 14:58.
- 08-09-2015 15:40
- 10-09-2015 22:41
any preferences, such as screen size, portability ect?
- 13-09-2015 12:06
better go for i5 for programming purpose.Last edited by Gofre; 13-09-2015 at 12:19.
- 27-08-2016 21:26
I've been looking as well. Some say Mac's are good book I think they're a little pricey. I've recently seen the Lenovo YOGA 500 which comes in 14" which an i7 processor, touchscreen and keyboard, 8GB RAM and its cheap. But the battery life has been noted in the reviews to be poor and I'm guessing other complains will surface just like any laptop.