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Deal: Cheapest laptops with 4GB of RAM & 1TB HDD from £200

We tracked three laptops on eBay costing between £200 and £215, all three from a popular eBay reseller. They are all refurbished, carry a six-month warranty, may have minor signs of use and, due to very nature of the deal, stocks are limited.

Other than their surprising affordability, one reason why we'd choose such a laptop over a more expensive one is that they are very often better built and have more accessories as well. Note that they all come with 4GB of RAM, a 14.1in display (with a 1,280 x 800 pixel resolution), Windows Vista Business 32bit OS and a 1TB hard disk drive.

The cheapest of these deals is the Dell Latitude D630 laptop (pictured above), which costs £200 and comes with 200 Nectar points. It runs on a first generation Core processor, the T7250, one which has two core and clocked at 2GHz. Other features include Wi-Fi, four USB ports, a DVD drive, VGA, Serial, PCMCIA and Firewire connectors.

Next on the list is a Lenovo ThinkPad T61 laptop which costs £210 and has a Core 2 Duo T7100 dual-core Intel processor, one which is clocked at 1.8GHz. The rest of the product specs include three USB ports, a DVD writer, VGA, Firewire, PCMCIA and a Fingerprint reader.

Last but not least is the more expensive Dell Latitude E6400 laptop. It is slightly more expensive at £215 but comes with a slightly more powerful processor, an Intel Core 2 Dup P8400 model clocked at 2.26GHz, four USB port, Wi-Fi, VGA, Firewire, PCMCIA and an eSATA port.

We strongly advise you to read our standard Tech Deals Pro disclaimer should you have a purchase intent. Tech Deals Pro deals are not sponsored. Instead they are chosen based solely on how good of a bargain they are.

Desire worked at ITProPortal right at the beginning and was instrumental in turning it into the leading publication we all know and love today. He then moved on to be the Editor of TechRadarPro - a position he still holds - and has recently been reunited with ITProPortal since Future Publishing's acquisition of Net Communities.