Posted on 2011-04-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I am looking for a laptop. This is for just browsing  the web and for MS office use. The budget is $600 - $700. What would you recommend?  
Question by:VBdotnet2005
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    Lenovo makes some great laptops for great prices.

    You should be able to find a Core i3 or i5 for that price range.

    Also, if you happen to be student and need a copy of Office, check out

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    If you are just looking for browsing and office applications only then go with NETBOOK of DELL / TOSHIBA or ACER. You will get this including MS Office licensed copy with in your budget

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    I would recommend staying away from netbooks. My personal opinion is they are worthless.

    Who wants Windows 7 Starter?

    Anyway, Toshiba makes a good product. I would stay away from Best But's warranty and pointless add ons. They are the kings of having a good price but adding on insane amounts of extra charges.

    Here is a great Lenovo from Free shipping plus no tax.

    If you buy online, look at and

    Author Comment

    thanks guys

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