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Delighted with Laptop and software, exactly as described and delivered immediately. AC adapter failed, but was replaced without hesitation within 24 hrs. Great service! Thanks. Walter Wignall
Placed on 20 July 2018
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Fantastic Customer Service. Very Impressed! Thanks for giving me the time to explain the technical questions i had before purchasing and after .... :) Rachel S
Placed on 8 April 2018
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Thankyou for all your help! Its nice to have real genuine people on the end of the phone these days! Mr Pissa
Placed on 8 April 2018
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Great Customer Service. Laptop arrived on time as quoted Geoff B
Placed on 1 April 2018
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Great Laptop and a Great Price. Thank you very Much kushal kumar
Placed on 30 March 2018

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