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    Hello,

    I'm looking for a laptop costing £400 at most with the following specs. Can anyone find one?


    ·128GB SSD
    ·Quad core processor
    ·Dedicated graphics (at worst Radeon R6)
    ·5+ hours of battery
    ·Backlit keyboard
    ·HD webcam

    Thank you!

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    (Original post by Exceptional)
    Hello,

    I'm looking for a laptop costing £400 at most with the following specs. Can anyone find one?


    ·128GB SSD
    ·Quad core processor
    ·Dedicated graphics (at worst Radeon R6)
    ·5+ hours of battery
    ·Backlit keyboard
    ·HD webcam

    Thank you!

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    I may be wrong but I think it may be difficult to find a laptop of that spec in that price range.
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    (Original post by ROC10)
    I may be wrong but I think it may be difficult to find a laptop of that spec in that price range.
    Perhaps, although I've found one for £320 with all of those features aside from the backlit keyboard, and another for £350 with a backlit keyboard but no SSD. So, maybe one exists somewhere that combines both for £400 or less.

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    (Original post by Exceptional)
    Perhaps, although I've found one for £320 with all of those features aside from the backlit keyboard, and another for £350 with a backlit keyboard but no SSD. So, maybe one exists somewhere that combines both for £400 or less.

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    Buy the £350 one, then get an ssd

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-Tec...ords=120gb+ssd

    All below £400
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    (Original post by Exceptional)
    Perhaps, although I've found one for £320 with all of those features aside from the backlit keyboard, and another for £350 with a backlit keyboard but no SSD. So, maybe one exists somewhere that combines both for £400 or less...
    You could do as the above says & buy a SSD & pop it in after, or buy a plug in backlit keyboard (it might even increase the longevity of the laptop), plus for say, <=£70 you can get most entry level programmable RGB keyboards (such as ones from Corsair, Razer etc). Have it lit up like the Blackpool illuminations! :-)




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