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    They have offered me a Fujitsu Lifebook A555 it looks okay but quite bulky and I imagine it becoming slow after a year.
    Anyone have experience with this?
    Is it decent?


    My mums agreed to pay the £200 so i wouldn't mind putting £200 of my own in to get a decent light and portable laptop that I can take to uni with ease.
    This takes my fancy and is voted one of best laptops for students zen book ux305
    My supplier doesn't stock it...

    How willing will dsa be to let me get that and them reimburse me
    I was also going to get John Lewis to price match so I got an extended warranty would they let me do this?
    I just feel if I'm paying 4x what they are I should have complete freedom on what equipment

    I do light website programming gaming browsing downloading etc etc
    • PS Reviewer

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    I have a Fujitsu Lifebook and it works very well indeed for me, has a lot of music on and everything! My one's not too heavy either, though not hugely light... :nah:

    That said, not sure how good it would be for gaming? :dontknow:
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