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HELP, please tell me out of these laptops which is the best?

HP Pavilion 14-bk006na
HP 17-ak006bna
HP pavilion 15-cc698na
HP notebook 15-bw045na
HP 15-bs508na

which one is the best for uni???

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For me, no more HP.

Here's why. Read https://www.cnet.com/forums/post/e2f56129-a715-405f-a7fb-b59044e1165d/

Imagine if I was a poor student and this happened. I would be devastated. My laptop was having issues about a day out of the box yet I wasn't sure if it was me, a driver, BIOS or something else.

Turns out it was HP all the way and they took 6 months to tell me there was nothing they could do?

Really? HP lost me forever over this. I can't advise anyone go near that product unless it's some cheap refurb.

-> I see you have 14, 15 and 17 inch models. For students we stick with the 14 or 15 inch models.

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what do you recommend?

I am looking for something 350 and below - it doesnt have to be flashy just run well for the work i need to do. What do you recommend?

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I don't know of great NEW laptops at that price.
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Bonus code.

If this is your first Groupon, use the code WELCOME and it could take 25% off the price.

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So are you in the UK?

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