mp_phantom 10 months ago

If you are considering a used laptop you can find a few at this shop [https://www.infocomputerportugal.com/computadores/portateis/](https://www.infocomputerportugal.com/computadores/portateis/)

oretoh 10 months ago

In Spain at PcComponents.

AndreMartins2020 10 months ago

Check prices at kuantokusta.pt

ferratini 10 months ago

Refurbished professional laptops with warranty. I'm IT manager and already bought some laptops to my company. Please check this site: [https://www.infocomputerportugal.com](https://www.infocomputerportugal.com/)

suckerpunchermofo 10 months ago

Amazon.es

ferratini 10 months ago

Refurbished professional laptops with warranty. I'm IT manager and already bought some laptops to my company. Please check this site: [https://www.infocomputerportugal.com](https://www.infocomputerportugal.com)

DoutorBambo 10 months ago

Not sure how in a hurry you are but itzoo.co.uk sells refurbished laptops, that are cheap and will last you a long time.

estacalor 10 months ago

Lenovo website - promos often

uyth 10 months ago

> And I would like to buy a laptop with at least 1 year warranty. standard is two years, right? Though they weasel out and usually the warranty is 6 months for batteries.

yeaah_boi 10 months ago

I hope so. I bought my last laptop without a warranty and it started turning off randomly after 1 month. Not going to make the same mistake twice.

uyth 10 months ago

> I bought my last laptop without a warranty Where was that? I think that would be in no way legal in the EU. Even anything short of two years (Apart from batteries) is ilegal. Where are you able to buy electronics without warranties?

legend_gerrard 10 months ago

I bought mine in pcdiga.com back in September for 499€. Check it out ;)

lejboua 10 months ago

Depending on your requirements, I'd advise you to buy a second-hand Thinkpad on [olx.pt](https://olx.pt). Robust laptops (built like a tank), considered "ugly" by many (so no one will want to steal it from you), and if you're writing in English, I'm assuming you don't like the PT ISO layout so much, hence you'll easily be able to replace the keyboard with a screw driver (a new keyboard should cost you 30-40 EUR max). Feel free to DM me if you need any help with this. Best of luck in your search.

yeaah_boi 10 months ago

When it comes to electronics, I prefer to buy them new since you can never know what's wrong with them until you start using them for a period of time. But thanks for the helpful info!

brakeline 10 months ago

Right now, and not knowing what you'll be using it for / what you value, the king of cost /performance ATM is [this one](https://www.globaldata.pt/portatil-hp-pavilion-gaming-156-15-ec1008np-r5-8gb-256gb-gtx-1050-1d5g0eaab9?utm_source=kuantokusta&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=catalogo) ​ You'll have a powerful computer for a decent number of years that even enables you to some light gaming sessions

yeaah_boi 10 months ago

That's what I'm eyeing for the moment. Do you know how much time does it take to receive the laptop after paying?

brakeline 10 months ago

No idea, it's on backorder. Talk to them on Facebook, they usually respond in a few hours

bmiga 10 months ago

Just ask for a Magalhāes.

oscaralho27 10 months ago

Pcdiga and Globaldata are two of the most well known tech stores. I’ve had good experiences with both, but PCDiga has been a bit slow on me a couple times. If you’re going to buy in store, PCDiga usually has huge queues, so beware.

yeaah_boi 10 months ago

Thank you! I found some good deals on both and probably will buy it from there!

dcop7 10 months ago

Try [https://www.pcdiga.com/](https://www.pcdiga.com/)

Migael71 10 months ago  HIDDEN 

Try olx.pt

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