Typical Laptops Specifications And Prices

Welcome to the website of the longest established computer sales and repair centre in Stroud. From basic Laptops to corporate networks we can supply and fix them all.


Laptops are probably our fastest changing products. As a result anything we put here will be out of date very quickly but here are a few examples of laptops we have been selling recently.

We will not supply some of the budget machines that the internet and chain stores are full of. Most of them are built poorly and are so low spec they are simply not worth the money.

If you want a cheap and robust laptop that will last for at least a few years then have a look at our refurbished range.

Typical medium-high powered, Refurbished laptop.

  • Intel or AMD quad core processor.
  • around 3.0GHz Processor Speed.
  • 8GB DDR4 RAM memory.
  • 240GB solid state drive
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home
  • 14 inch widescreen display 1366 x 768 pixels.
  • Onboard Graphics.
  • Memory card reader.
  • 3 USB 3 ports.
  • Ethernet port.
  • HDMI port.
  • Bluetooth.
  • Wi-Fi 300mbps N enabled.
  • Built-in built-in webcam, speakers and microphone.

All fully setup and ready to use for around £375.00 inc VAT

Upgrade to new one with a 15.6" screen for around £150 more.

Want a laptop to game with?

We can supply them but we really recommend you consider a desktop as, whilst gaming laptops and desktops may have matching specifications on paper, the desktop will massively outperform the laptop in the real world.

Entry level gaming laptops cost around £800 but the good ones will set you back £1500 with still only a 12 month warranty to protect your investment.

We don't keep this level of machine in stock due to price fluctuations but we are able to get them on next day delivery, even on a weekend.

New Windows 7 laptops no longer available.

Sorry but if you desperatley need Windows 7 to run some older software that is not compatible with newer Windows versions your choices will be limited to older, refurbished, laptops which are getting harder and harder to source. In the long run it might be better to upgrade your software rather than keep struggling though we do appreciate this can be expesive and not always even possible.