Best -£200 laptop - refurbished an option?

  bob dob 20:50 17 Mar 2017

Hi all. I would like to buy a sub £200 laptop primarily for browsing and burning DVDs, ideally with Windows 7 as this is for my mum who is used to Vista so Windows 8 or 10 may be too big a leap. Please could anyone offer any options or websites that you could recommend? I am willing to go above £200 if necessary and will consider refurbished laptops.

I did try ebuyer but did not have much luck.

Thank you, B

  The Kestrel 21:35 17 Mar 2017

There a whole range of refurbished Windows 7 laptops here click here I have not used this company so can't comment about there service. Try googling them for reviews if interested.

  The Kestrel 21:37 17 Mar 2017

Sorry previous link doesn't seem to work. Try this one click here and then select Windows & under operating systems .

  The Kestrel 21:38 17 Mar 2017

Above should read Windows 7 not Windows &!!!

  bob dob 21:56 17 Mar 2017

Wow, thank you so much for your help!! Quick one - Am I right in thinking that the Intel Celeron is a verrry old and poor processor?

  rdave13 22:30 17 Mar 2017

Wow, thank you so much for your help!! Quick one - Am I right in thinking that the Intel Celeron is a verrry old and poor processor?

Yes.

  wee eddie 22:40 17 Mar 2017

£200 is not a lot of money. Another £100 will increase your options immensely

  bob dob 22:44 17 Mar 2017

Excellent advice!

  bob dob 08:53 19 Mar 2017

Hi all. Please could I ask for any comments on this one: click here

  wee eddie 11:22 19 Mar 2017

Looks OK.

Be aware of the "Special Value" "Not in Stock" trick

  bob dob 11:47 19 Mar 2017

Ooh, what's that?

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