All you need to know about buying Tescos notebooks

Notebooks, laptops, netbooks - call them whatever you like, we all know what they are. These portable slabs of computer goodness have revolutionised the way we work, play and communicate, and even though it looks like they're ultimately doomed thanks to the ever increasing power of smartphones now is a great time to consider upgrading or entering the market.

It's never been easier, or cheaper, to pick up the laptop that's right for you. It used to be the case that you needed to go to a specialised shop, often to be greeted by spotty teenagers jabbering on at you about terms you had never heard of, much less be able to understand. But that's all changed thanks to the decision by major supermarkets to expand their product lines to incorporate computers.

Now you can get your milk, cornflakes, DVDs and laptops all in the one place, with service in plain jargon free English. Today we're going to take a look at Tescos range of notebooks, and give you a little insight into what you should look for when you're buying.

Direct.Tesco.com offers a fantastic buyers' guide to all their computers, with particular care and attention gone into their notebook section. That is the best place to look if you want to buy Tescos notebooks on line. A quick browse of it will bring you right up to speed on everything you need to know about buying a brand new machine. It covers all the tricky stuff like RAM, hard drive space, processors and even offers a section that breaks down everything you should be looking for for certain tasks.

When it comes to pricing, they've got some great offers including the Samsung N150 Plus N550 netbook for £269, the Toshiba C660-19E C900 for £309 and, if you're looking at something in the higher end, the HP Envy 17-1195ea for £1399.

Check them out at http://direct.tesco.com

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