1. What is a good Windows 7 laptop from £200 to £300? Doesn't need to be ground breaking, just good enough for frequent general use. !techponies

    Friday, 20-Jul-12 06:41:54 UTC from web
    1. @leonkfox A mac

      Friday, 20-Jul-12 06:43:43 UTC from web
      1. @pugs911 I won't get a Macbook for £200 to £300, plus I don't like Apple all that much, their products may have a nice build etc but I'll always use Windows machines, personally.

        Friday, 20-Jul-12 08:44:28 UTC from web
    2. @leonkfox I forget how US dollars transfer to Euros, but my little bro's laptop cost us $449 USD a year ago and he seems to be thoroughly satisfied with it. I can go find the model if the price converts to the range you're looking for. :x

      Friday, 20-Jul-12 06:44:03 UTC from web
    3. @leonkfox Wait bahaha I honestly thought you were omni or someone else with one of those avatar templates. They all look the same to me and I haven't seen you around in a while.

      Friday, 20-Jul-12 06:51:53 UTC from web
      1. @redenchilada Sorry about that ^^; I just love the avatar and I used it almost as soon as GreyDragon drew it for me.

        Friday, 20-Jul-12 08:43:42 UTC from web
    4. @rancidrob I'm getting a desktop next year when I get my gaming rig, I need a laptop so as to have a computer in my room in the mean time. (That I can take elsewhere if need be)

      Friday, 20-Jul-12 07:01:25 UTC from MuSTArDroid
    5. @rancidrob Someone on Twitter heavily advised against emachines. I still have plenty of time to do more research etc so I'll decide closer to the time that I buy this laptop.

      Friday, 20-Jul-12 08:49:17 UTC from web
    6. @rancidrob No worries :) And yeah, the person on Twitter said they overheat a lot, which would affect the usability of it as a primary computer whilst in my room. Thinking I may end up getting an Asus laptop of some variety.

      Friday, 20-Jul-12 08:54:37 UTC from web