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Has anyone got the suggested DSA laptop and if so is it good or is it worth investing in a more expensive and better one?
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It really depends on what you are going to use the laptop for. They are fine for everyday study tasks such as researching and typing assignments etc... If you're going to be doing anything more intensive on it though (video editing or gaming, for example), you would definitely want to consider upgrading. These are the current specs that are being provided through DSA so you can judge if that's sufficient for what you want to do:

15.6" Screen Size; Intel i5 10th Generation or AMD Ryzen 5 4000 Processor; 8 GB Memory; 512SSD Storage; Onboard Graphics; Windows 10 64 Bit Operating System; Max Weight 2.8 Kg

They tend to supply Lenovo laptops but that isn't always the case.
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