Today's PC does so much more, for less

Did you know a new Windows PC today is 37% less expensive than a Windows XP computer in 2002*. And many have features like touchscreens, built in webcams, and some even come with Office. Here's a glimpse at the types of PCs available.

*IDC Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker report, Q4 2013.

Handpicked devices

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We've picked out devices we know you'll love. Plus, when you find one that you like, you can buy online or print out a PDF with details to bring to your local retailer.

  • Packard Bell EasyNote ME69BMP

    Packard Bell EasyNote ME69BMP

    £269.99, Value Notebook

    Touch. Type. Take it with you. Your on-the-go companion with 10-point touch which works hand-in-hand with Windows 8.

  • Asus X102BA

    Asus X102BA

    £299.99, Value Notebook

    Get an ultra-powerful, ultra-portable laptop in the ASUS X102BA. Compact enough to take anywhere without compromising productivity.

  • ASUS Transformer Book T100

    ASUS Transformer Book T100

    £349.95, Value 2-in-1

    You don't need a separate tablet and a laptop when you can have both in one sleek device with this 2-in1. With the keyboard attached you can email just like you would on a laptop. But detach the 10.1-inch HD display and you've got a Windows tablet with a great touchscreen.

  • Surface 2

    Surface 2

    £359.00, Value 2-in-1

    Thinner, faster and lighter than before. Comes with Office 2013 RT (including Outlook) so you can do more.

  • Lenovo C440

    Lenovo C440

    £579.99, Value AIO

    Sleek, responsive, and space-saving, the 21.5" C440 all-in-one puts an attractive new face on affordable home computing.

  • Lenovo U330

    Lenovo U330

    £649.99, Premium

    Slim, smart and responsive. This high-performance touch-ultrabook combines a stylish metal shell and lightweight design with a long-life battery to help you work anywhere.

  • Surface Pro 2

    Surface Pro 2


    Heart of a laptop. Body of a tablet. Designed for power users who don’t stand still.

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