Peejay Kaur, a 25-year-old software engineer from Pune, said that when he bought his first laptop, it came with a 2GB RAM and 8GB of RAM, but now he wants a more powerful model with more memory.

“I was thinking, I am not going to upgrade for a long time and I don’t want to pay a premium for this product,” said Kaur.

“So I bought this laptop at Rs 25,000 (about US$3,800) and now it has sold for Rs 20,000.”

“It has been a year and a half since I bought it.

I have to buy the second one,” he said.

“Even the first one was a bit expensive.

But now, I will buy the third one, and I am happy with the results.”‘

I’m not happy with performance’Peejeej Kaur said that he has found a better laptop model with a bigger battery than the one he had before.

“Now I can do more, I can play games, surf the web and have more fun,” he told The Times Of India.

“But it’s not worth the money,” he added.

“It doesn’t work at all.”