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Topic # 138560 8-Jan-2014 18:56 Send private message

Relative is in and out of hospital so needing a computer they can use for various things.

Don't really want to have to deal with the hassle of a wifi hot spot etc so a inbuilt lte would be good.

Not seeing a lot looking around the place. Budget is up to about 1400 or so. Slim and light is a priority. Also windows 7 would be better due to familiarity.




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  Reply # 963461 8-Jan-2014 19:09 One person supports this post Send private message

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon or Carbon Touch selected models have built-in 3G, and is also lightweight. Not sure about the price though..




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  Reply # 963470 8-Jan-2014 19:28 Send private message

Best bet is to get a 3G dongle to open up more laptop options. Cheap as chips. Once set up, it's pretty easy vs trying to find wifi hot spots.



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  Reply # 963490 8-Jan-2014 19:42 Send private message

Dongle is one more thing to forget or lose or break so would rather not.

Can you buy lenovo at a shop at all?




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  Reply # 963500 8-Jan-2014 19:53 Send private message

Actually, just seen the price on that lenovo, thats gonna be too much I think. There are some HP Probooks that list 3G on peicespy that are near the target price range. Want to get a good one since it will become mine soon anyway.




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