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On a budget? Looking for an entry level PC? Want a spare laptop for home? We’ve got a great selection of laptops under £250. Choose from laptops, Chromebooks and convertibles. With Intel or AMD processors these great value PCs are top performers which won’t break the bank.

Laptops under £250

These mid-range laptops boast powerful processors, Windows 10 operating systems and full-HD displays. Ideal for word processing, surfing the web or streaming videos. Designed for everyday computing they make the perfect home, student or business laptop.

Everyday laptops

If performance matters these are the laptops for you. They have the fastest processors, plenty of RAM and large vibrant displays. Packed with extra features these laptops combine portability with the power of a desktop PC. Designed for busy professionals or the home user who wants the best.

High-performance laptops

Do you want a more accessible computing experience? The benefits of Windows without the complexity? Windows S is a streamlined version of the Windows operating system which anyone can use. Easy to pick up and fully secure you will quickly realise the full potential of your laptop.

Windows S laptops

Top of the range, high-specification laptops designed for today’s demanding gamer. Leave the opposition in the dust with these super-fast PCs. You’ll find the latest Intel processors, NVIDIA graphics cards and stacks of RAM. They come armed with all the weapons you need to blast your way to the top of the leaderboard.

Gaming laptops

If you want flexible computing a 2 in 1 laptop is perfect for you. It can be a laptop for working on or a tablet for relaxing with. Watch a movie and instantly switch to work mode. Chose from entry level through to top of the range performance and from 10” to 14.9” full-HD screens.

2 in 1 laptops

Buying Guide

How to choose a laptop

Whether you’re due for an upgrade or choosing your very first one, there’s a lot to consider when buying a new laptop. Memory, processors, graphics cards and brand all play a part in how your laptop performs and how much it costs. With so many factors in play, it can feel a little overwhelming – especially if you’re not sure what all these terms mean.

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