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Top 5 Refurbished Laptops for EOFY 2021

Top 5 Refurbished Laptops for EOFY 2021

Posted by Team Recompute on 3rd Jun 2021

Best Refurbished Laptops For EOFY 2021

If you’re in the market for a laptop this EOFY, then you may be trying to choose between brand new laptops or refurbished laptops. Here are our top refurbished laptop picks to help you decide.

Dell Latitude 5580

This laptop stands out for its power, performance, and large screen. If you’re the type of person who has fifty open tabs while at the same time touching up some photos from your latest photo tour, then you understand how liberating it is to have that extra RAM and those spare fast CPU cores to chug through the work.

Good for:
Content creators
Web developers
Data analysts
Technical professions with CAD, modelling, mathematical or statistical analysis.
Pros Cons
  • Full-size comfortable keyboard
  • Numeric keypad
  • Dual pointing devices (touchpad + pointer)
  • Powerful
  • Decent battery life
  • Touch Screen
  • Big Screen
  • A bit on the heavier and bigger side
  • Display could be brighter

Specs

CPU
Intel i7-7820HQ
RAM
16 GB
Storage
512 GB SSD
Weight
1.9 kg
Display
15-inch 1920x1080

Apple Macbook Pro Retina 13-inch

This laptop stands out for its style, elegance and performance. If you are a creative person and appreciate a higher pixel density, you will love the retina display making images appear crisper and clearer.

Good for
Content creators
Musicians
Professionals on the move
Creative professions graphic designers, photographers or creative executives.
Pros Cons
  • High resolution retina display
  • Powerful four core CPU
  • Touch Bar with touch-sensitive control
  • Light and Slim
  • Ram and hard drive are onboard and cannot be upgraded

Specs

CPU
Intel i5-8257U
RAM
8 GB
Storage
256 GB SSD
Weight
1.37 kg
Display
13-inch 2560x1600

HP EliteBook x360 G2 13-inch

This laptop is slim and sleek. You can comfortably carry it around every day and take it out with pride. It comes with a touch screen and enough power for the mobile warrior who wants to get things done while on the road.

Good for
Mobile professionals
People running talks and presentations on the move
University students
Pros Cons
  • Slim and very light
  • Touch screen
  • Very connectable, including USB-C
  • Screen folds all the way back
  • Charging port is not USB-C

Specs

CPU
Intel i5-7200U
RAM
8 GB
Storage
256 GB SSD
Weight
1.28 kg
Display
13.3-inch 1920x1080

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 3

The X1 Carbon is renowned as a best-in-class ultrabook. These are sleek and tough and very durable. Coming in as the lightest laptop on this list, we always recommend these to parents looking to buy something for their school kids, because we know they can survive the rigours of that life :).

Good for
School kids because they’re tough and super lightweight
A mobile warrior on a budget
A general purpose laptop in a workshop or shared environment
Pros Cons
  • Lightest on this list
  • Very durable and tough
  • Nice intermediate sized display
  • Limited storage capacity

Specs

CPU
Intel i5-5300U
RAM
8 GB
Storage
128 GB SSD
Weight
1.13 kg
Display
14-inch 1920x1080

Dell Latitude E7470

This laptop represents value-for-money. Designed to be an every-day general-purpose working machine, these Latitudes are supportable, and maintainable and deliver the needed basics. It’s not considered an ultrabook, but a good choice if it will mostly be kept in the same home or office.

Good for
The sole-trader’s home office
Keeping in the truck or van
As a space saving workstation in any office
Pros Cons
  • Good CPU and RAM combination
  • All the connectivity
  • Has Windows 10 Professional
  • On the heavier side
  • Limited resolution display

Specs

CPU
Intel i5-6300U
RAM
8 GB
Storage
256 GB SSD
Weight
1.73 kg
Display
14-inch 1366x768