Is your laptop ready for the Digital Court System?

With the Digital Court Service roll out well under way now may be the time to upgrade your laptop. We have put together a small selection of laptops that will be up to the job.

08 January 2016 Buyer's Guides

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In light of the Criminal Justice System Efficiency Programmes which aims to reduce the need for paper resources and implement a digital courtroom, legal practitioners will have to reply more upon their computer to view and manipulate data.

Here are several laptops that would be suitable upgrades for those with older systems and even if you were thinking of looking at other options the specifications can be used as a guide when making comparisons. 

These systems do not include Microsoft Office. They can all be upgraded to 256Gb solid state disks for an additional £80.

Smaller laptop

  • Dell Latitude 12 5000
  • Core i5-5300U 2.3Ghz
  • 12.5”hd LCD screen
  • Weight 1.56kg
  • Windows 7 or Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
  • 4Gb ram
  • 500Gb hard drive
  • Inbuilt Wifi and Bluetooth
  • 3 cell battery
  • 3 yr warranty
  • Price - £709.85 inc delivery ex vat (guide)

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Medium laptop

  • Dell Latitude 14 3000 series - 3460
  • Core i5-5200 2.2Ghz
  • 14”hd lcd screen
  • Weight 2kg
  • Windows 7 or Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
  • 4Gb ram
  • 500Gb hard drive
  • Inbuilt Wifi and Bluetooth
  • 6 cell battery
  • 1 yr warranty
  • £622.92 inc delivery ex vat (guide)

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Larger laptop

  • Dell Latitude 15 3000 series - 3560
  • Core i5-5200 2.2Ghz
  • 15.6”hd LCD screen
  • Weight 2kg
  • Windows 7 or Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
  • 4Gb ram
  • 500Gb hard drive
  • Inbuilt Wifi a/g/n and Bluetooth
  • 6 cell battery
  • 1 yr warranty
  • Price - £519.06 inc delivery ex vat (guide)

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