Laptops under $600

Hello All,

If you live in Saskatoon and are looking to pickup an affordable computer that has what you need here are some of the ones I have found in my travels.

The best way to pick any computer is to pick one that will suit what you need. Buying something that has too much for you is a waste of money and you will feel poorer the next day. Buying something cheap is a terrible idea, because with computers you do get what you pay for. So please look into the hardware, and read reviews about them. Then when you do finally get a computer treat it nice, it does a lot for you and trips to techs are costly.

*Note: This does not include netbooks.



Brand: HP

Screen: 15.6″

HD: 250 GB 7200 rpm


Core: AMD Athlon Dual Core M300

OS: Win7 Home Premium

Video: ATI Radeon HD4200

Other: Lightscribe DVD -+ r/rw

Price: 579.99

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Brand: ACER

Screen: 14″

HD: 500GB


Core: AMD AthlonX2 Dual-Core ql65  2.1Ghz

OS: Win7 Home Premium 64 bit

Video: ATI Radeon HD3200

Other: LED backlight display

Dimensions: 3.8H x 23.8W x 34.2D

Price: 549.99

Brand: ASUS

Screen: 16″

HD: 500GB


Core: Intel dual core T4300 2.15GHz

OS: Win7 Home Premium 64 bit

Video: Nvidia GeForce 102M

Dimensions: 3.6H x 25.5W x 37D

Price: 599.99

Brand: Toshiba

Screen: 15.6″

HD: 500GB


Core: AMD AthlonX2 Dual Core 2.1Ghz

OS: Win7 Home Premium 64 bit

Video:ATI Radeon 3100

Dimensions: 3.9H x 38.3W x 25.9D

Price: 549.99


Screen: 15.6″

HD: 250GB


Core: AMD Athlon II Dual Core M300 2Ghz

OS: Win7 Home Premium 64 bit

Video: ATI Radeon HD 4200

Dimensions: 4.3H x 25.2W x 37.8D

Price: 499.99

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  1. You know Chandler, you could buy a POS for $400 (not a netbook either), and toss Mint, Ubuntu, Fedora, or whatever your heart is content with, and you’d have a rippin fast PC again.

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