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What is best laptop system for me as i travel around europe

Will be travelling in my campervan and want internet connection at all times . . i have no laptop at present and am just learning internet skills. thankyou.

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    What do you plan on doing with the laptop? Work, (office apps, internet) or gaming?


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Sir,

dell is best. or sony waio. for internet connection u have buy a USB with broadband connection offered by many telecom companies.

thanks
good luck

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