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    I need one for studying and watching things, playing things.

    Like 14 inches not too small
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    (Original post by FloralLuxe)
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    I need one for studying and watching things, playing things.

    Like 14 inches not too small
    Just tagging AngryJellyfish to get this thread moved over to the Laptops, netbooks and tablets forum.

    Check out this thread.
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    I'd say the HP 15-bs158sa would be a really good laptop that you should consider.

    It has:
    - Windows 10
    - Intel i5
    - A Quad-Core Processor
    - 4GB of RAM
    - 1 TB Storage

    I've suggested this one as PC world are currently doing a sale on their 15.6" model of this laptop so that it's even cheaper than their 14" one. I've got a HP laptop myself and I'd say it's definitely well worth especially at the low prices they have relative to other laptops. Here's a link to the laptop I was talking about:

    https://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/windo...-criteria.html

    Good luck choosing a laptop and hope your happy with whatever you choose
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    (Original post by S.H.Rahman)
    I'd say the HP 15-bs158sa would be a really good laptop that you should consider.

    It has:
    - Windows 10
    - Intel i5
    - A Quad-Core Processor
    - 4GB of RAM
    - 1 TB Storage

    I've suggested this one as PC world are currently doing a sale on their 15.6" model of this laptop so that it's even cheaper than their 14" one. I've got a HP laptop myself and I'd say it's definitely well worth especially at the low prices they have relative to other laptops. Here's a link to the laptop I was talking about:

    https://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/windo...-criteria.html

    Good luck choosing a laptop and hope your happy with whatever you choose
    Thanks v much
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    The suggested HP is not a bad laptop but the 4GB of RAM doesn't look fun. I'd recommend this instead, 8GB of RAM and as an added bonus comes with an SSD for extra speed. Downside is the lack of storage but the increased RAM is more important imo and alternatives for storage exist
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    (Original post by FloralLuxe)
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    I need one for studying and watching things, playing things.

    Like 14 inches not too small
    I agree with previous response, Lenovo Idea Pad 320 S is really a good choice, many my friends use laptops made with this brand and I heard so many positive reviews about their models
    Also why not to try Acer laptops? In case of quality they're one of the best, for example I got my Aspire model 8 years ago and it's still very cool and works super both for my job and entertainment. I can recommend you Acer Chromebook 11 N7, it has very nice specifications and costs no more than £200. Asus ZenBook UX330UA is mentioned on many resources about gadgets https://linkto-blog.com/ as a very good laptop too. And it's definetely for your budget, its price is exactly
    £ 500.
    Hope this was helpful!
 
 
 
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