I want a new laptop-help!

  New Neophyte 00:40 03 Dec 2004

This journal recommends the Tiny C825 as the best sub-£1000 model in this category. It seems a good buy (maybe too good?) but I've heard Tiny suffers from poor reliability and build quality. The one year warranty scares me a bit too!
My PC and laptop are Dell models-which I have been happy with-but the features available for the same price from Dell don't stand comparison with the Tiny, so perhaps it's time for a change?

(A) Is there another laptop with a similar price and set of features that I might consider? The Dell equivalent costs a lot more.

(B) Is the Tiny worth considering?

All advice gratfully recieved.


New N

  Cook2 00:59 03 Dec 2004

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  New Neophyte 01:02 03 Dec 2004

Thamks-will take a look.

New N

  New Neophyte 01:02 03 Dec 2004

Thanks-will take a look.

New N

  rickf 15:02 03 Dec 2004

Lidl is selling a very well speced Targa as from this Thursday. Take a look at their web site.

  Charence 22:00 03 Dec 2004

A) Sub-£1000 there are many laptops you can buy besides TINY or Dell. In my experience Dell's customer service is really good, they reply to E-mails, etc. You may want to consider some of these: click here Take a look at Aspire 2020, TravelMate 8000, TravelMate 2700. Aspire 1664 click here


  New Neophyte 23:48 03 Dec 2004

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