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  1. So... a good price would be? £700? Never mind. Maybe it's an unanswerable question like, "does God exist?" or "Why are the Kardashians a thing?".
  2. Sure you can. The price is ultimately set by the seller. Just because Pogba is bought for £90m+ doesnt meant that he's worth £90m+. Same with laptops. The Dell that I'm looking at is currently going for £1,499.99. Again, doesnt mean it's worth it. The Medion is going for £595 and yet you, yourself, recommended the Medion. And yeah, I will negotiate.
  3. Out of interest, would both Dell laptops run FM as smoothly as the other? The CPUs are pretty much the same, same with RAM and SSD, so I wouldn't really mind buying either.
  4. Thanks a lot, mate. I'll enquire if the seller will sell it for the same price as the Medion. Fingers crossed.
  5. Good to know. Yeah, I'm not really a bug gamer. All I'll be using it for is FM and word processing. I'm guessing you'd still go for the Medion even if both were going for £594?
  6. Does the greater graphics card really make a difference? I would be playing it in 3D, but not at full detail. The Medion would be 512gb SSD, too. There's no way that I'll be paying anywhere near retail. I know an insider that offers me discounts. I've been offered the Medion at £594 (i5-10300H, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD) In comparison, what do you think would be a good price for the Dell, i7-1165G7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD?
  7. Yeah. I heard about that. As long as Medion don't have the toy-like "Thinkpad" thing on the right of the laptop, I'm fine.
  8. Thank you. Why 3? I would've thought the superior CPU in the Dells would've been the key. Is the 4gb graphics more important? To be honest, I havent even heard of medion.
  9. kevhamster. @Smurf Option 1) https://www.europc.co.uk/dell-latitude-13-7320-carbon-fibre-intel-core-i5-1145g7-16gb-ram-512gb-ssd-13.3-1920x1080-fhd-dell-3-yr-wty-149544.html Or Option 2) https://www.ebuyer.com/1142202-dell-precision-3560-core-i7-16gb-512gb-ssd-nvidia-t500-15-6-fhd-4mtf7 Or Option 3) medion-crawler-e10-core-i5-10300h-8gb-256gb-ssd-15.6-inch-geforce-gtx-1650-
  10. I've whittled it down to two: Option 1 (£465) Or Option 2 (£645): Dell Latitude 5401 i5-9400H 14" inch Full HD Display Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (64-bit) 16GB RAM NVIDIA GeFore MX 150 2GB GDDR5 Graphics 512GB SSD
  11. Thank you. How much do you think would be a RRP price for that type of machine? Would £645 be a good deal?
  12. What do you guys think of this machine: Dell Latitude 5401 i5-9400H 14" inch Full HD Display Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (64-bit) 16GB RAM NVIDIA GeFore MX 150 2GB GDDR5 Graphics 512GB SSD (3 year warranty) And what would be a good price?
  13. Cool. Thanks again. My current laptop is an HP (I hate the tracker pad) so I might as well plump for another HP. Definitely not going back to Dell.
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