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CocoPops...'s Laptop recommendation thread


Budget
£600

Subject being studied
Medicine

Software that will be used
Word?

Screen size
14 inches

Operating system preference
Windows

Minimum amount of RAM
8GB

Minimum storage requirement
Not sure

Weight limit
Something light

Used for playing games?
No

If yes, what games?


Touchscreen needed?
No

Are there any specific ports you need?


What devices do you have currently?
Samsung S9

Laptops researched:
Laptop 1 -

Laptop 2 -

Laptop 3 -

Additional Comments:
https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/comput...8888~Skimlinks

I’ve seen this laptop being recommended few times but it’s not currently available
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When you're at that price point, you're only looking for 3 things pretty much
1) An SSD (ideally 256)
2) Latest processors i5/AMD 5
3) Decent battery/screen

If u get one with all of those then you're solid
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Thank you very much. What are your thoughts on the Honor MagicBook 14?
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(Original post by AstaYunoo)
When you're at that price point, you're only looking for 3 things pretty much
1) An SSD (ideally 256)
2) Latest processors i5/AMD 5
3) Decent battery/screen

If u get one with all of those then you're solid
Thank you for the advice
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Thank you. What is the difference between the Hp 14s and Lenovo Ideapad 5? Is it worth paying the extra £30?
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(Original post by AstaYunoo)
When you're at that price point, you're only looking for 3 things pretty much
1) An SSD (ideally 256)
2) Latest processors i5/AMD 5
3) Decent battery/screen

If u get one with all of those then you're solid
You're not wrong, although I'd add 8GB of RAM to that list. And decent battery and screen are separate things, so really that's 5 things.
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