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Posted 01 June 2013 - 04:15
I honestly wouldn't recommend Acer, Toshiba, or Dell. Those 3 consistently rank as the worst PC brands each year.
Keep in mind that with most (if not all) ultrabooks, the battery isn't user-replaceable, so if you get a cheapo brand and the battery burns out after a year, you are pretty much SOL.
Asus or Lenovo are the best brands to go with. Samsung is decent too.
Posted 01 June 2013 - 15:14
Posted 01 June 2013 - 15:17
Always go for strong build quality with laptops. In my mind, that has genuinely put Lenovo right up there. I'd recommend getting the i3 and save her the £100. Why? Because Laptops aren't really upgradable anyway and it will go out of date within the next 2 years regardless. So might as well save the £100, given the fact she isn't going to be using it for anything too intensive.
Posted 01 June 2013 - 15:18
I'd actually say in a month. As Haswell is right around the corner.