long_b Registered User
#811

sugarman said:
Wouldnt waste my time, theyre all junk anyway.


What's so bad about these specs (assuming same model)?

chonix Registered User
#812

long_b said:
What's so bad about these specs (assuming same model)?

4GB of ram nowadays with fully fledged Windows 10, even if it's SSD, let's say you want to open 2 tabs with news sites, the computer will feel slow. Those specs are from year 2012, and for that price, it's not a bargain per se

Cocobongo Registered User
#813

chonix said:
4GB of ram nowadays with fully fledged Windows 10, even if it's SSD, let's say you want to open 2 tabs with news sites, the computer will feel slow. Those specs are from year 2012, and for that price, it's not a bargain per se



Show me more of 100eur laptops like these it is not the best choice of laptops, although it definitely is cheap

RossieMan Registered User
#814

Its a non issue anyway, as none of these will exist.

noname123 Registered User
#815

Ordered the Fujitsu myself - if it comes, which I doubt it will, would be a good laptop for the parents I feel.

Not a chance they will honour it though...

bromley52 Registered User
#816

chonix said:
4GB of ram nowadays with fully fledged Windows 10, even if it's SSD, let's say you want to open 2 tabs with news sites, the computer will feel slow. Those specs are from year 2012, and for that price, it's not a bargain per se


Iv a 2009 laptop with a SSD running Win7 and it is very responsive. So if Win10 is slow just install 7.

tomslick Registered User
#817

Just got the "not in stock" call.

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chonix Registered User
#818

bromley52 said:
Iv a 2009 laptop with a SSD running Win7 and it is very responsive. So if Win10 is slow just install 7.

Just install any Linux distro.


Not complaining, but most of the people who might buy this will use it right out from the box, and won't bother.... they will complain that they bought a computer, and it's not working as they expect. And expectations differ for each one of us.


If it were me, I'd install Debian 8, any lightweight desktop, then forget about it all.

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10green bottles Registered User
#819

Back to the actual bargains we all like here!

One for all amplified indoor aerial SV9125 @ €10.54 in Tesco,Longwalk SC,Dundalk(6 left on shelf at COB this evening)


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corks finest Registered User
#820

10green bottles said:
Back to the actual bargains we all like here!

One for all amplified indoor aerial SV9125 @ €10.54 in Tesco,Longwalk SC,Dundalk(6 left on shelf at COB this evening)



They any good would you think?

Marhay70 Registered User
#821

corks finest said:
They any good would you think?



Gimmicks really. A variant of this is probably the best for terrestrial TV.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mercury-Indoor-Set-Top-Aerial/dp/B000NVR8OW/ref=sr_1_19?ie=UTF8&qid=1539250683&sr=8-19&keywords=set+top+aerial

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Gatoh Registered User
#822

Or a variant of this: 

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corks finest Registered User
#823

Gatoh said:
Or a variant of this: 

Ha ha v good

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