about buying a laptop…?
I am a third year computer science engineering student.I am planning to buy a laptop to suit my academics and projects.I have a budget of less than Rs. 45,000.I need atleast 2 gb ram.And about OS I prefer XP.
Can you suggest a good model which can satisfy my needs?
what about buying acer 4736
Ask the details abt the ‘HP compaq’ brand also, before you buy any others…
Im a student..
I need a laptop that cost 950$ below
Preferably sony… If apple(macbook air/pro), acer/asus/samsung still acceptable
i5 core or i7
4gb/16gb internall memory
I use them for school work, surfing internet, maybe a little gaming like Sims 3 or GTA , video editing
I dont want touchscreen (half laptop/half tablet)
Hp envy 4 ULTRABOOK series.. It comes with solid state drive(ssd) for speedy performance, 2gb graphics for gaming, 20mm sleek & weighs 1.7kg. Suits for student category.. I’m going to buy in jan2014.
Usually banks give personal loan to buy gadgets like laptops, mobiles etc, to get this loan you should be employed under a company with decent sal not the student. But still you can apply your requirements here http://www.rupeezone.in/instant-personal-loan.php?loan=gadget if you are eligible the laptop is yours
free laptop, too good to be true !!!!?
I was cheeking for discount to buy a laptop, because I’m student ?
I found this website, is that true or there is a trick ??
please any location I can get the best deal for student laptop?
What can I buy with my student loan?
Hey, so I can’t get financial aid, and I can get loans. I’m going to do a college online for my associates in criminal justice, so, I was wondering when I get my loan how does it work?? I just want it too buy my books and pay my classes, I also need a laptop and that’s mandatory. So can I use my school loan to buy a laptop about 500 at best buy?? I know I will have to pay it back 6 months after graduation, so just curious if I can buy a laptop with it.
A laptop is considered an educational item and even more so that your taking classes online. Yes, you can absolutely use student loans to purchase one.
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