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I'm looking to buy a laptop for around £300. Will be used for streaming, downloading, storage of music / pictures / films. I'm looking for any advice or suggestions. Thanks Read More
samathon Avatar
7m, 1d agoPosted 7 months, 1 day ago
I'm looking to buy a laptop for around £300.
Will be used for streaming, downloading, storage of music / pictures / films.
I'm looking for any advice or suggestions.

Thanks
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samathon Avatar
7m, 1d agoPosted 7 months, 1 day ago
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#1
I'm looking for the same thing so any suggestions would be great!
#2
Ebuyer have one for £309 which is pretty decent
#3
Thanks, have a link?
#4
could be this one the previous poster is talking about, I bought the same one last week for £309, but they seem to have reduced it to £299.99.
http://www.ebuyer.com/752484-hp-probook-455-g3-laptop-x0p69es-abu
samathon
Thanks, have a link?
#5
Lenovo Ideapad 305 @ Very.co.uk

This one give you extra 10% off, (Use Code: KTPGC) and has with three easy payments. Making it £269.99 @ £89.99 per month (3 months)

Features:

Intel® Pentium® processor
8Gb RAM
1Tb (1000Gb) storage
15.6 inch display (1366 x 768)
Windows 10
Stereo speakers with Dolby® Advanced Audio
802.11 a/c WiFi; Bluetooth® 4.0
Connectors: 1x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0
720P webcam
H 26.2, W 38, D 2.4 cm
Weight: 2.1 kg
Lenovo Ideapad 305 laptop - Blue

Edited By: j484rkh4n on Oct 24, 2016 11:04
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rayhan_ahmed1
could be this one the previous poster is talking about, I bought the same one last week for £309, but they seem to have reduced it to £299.99.http://www.ebuyer.com/752484-hp-probook-455-g3-laptop-x0p69es-abu
samathon
Thanks, have a link?

Hows the laptop mate? im in the market too for one for the kids to use. I have no idea of laptop specs. will not be used for gaming. just standard use for school work, youtube, plex etc. the 15'' screen in temtping me with this one.
#7
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rayhan_ahmed1
could be this one the previous poster is talking about, I bought the same one last week for £309, but they seem to have reduced it to £299.99.http://www.ebuyer.com/752484-hp-probook-455-g3-laptop-x0p69es-abu
samathon
Thanks, have a link?
Hows the laptop mate? im in the market too for one for the kids to use. I have no idea of laptop specs. will not be used for gaming. just standard use for school work, youtube, plex etc. the 15'' screen in temtping me with this one.

I've had a few HP laptops over the years and build quality was quite an issue with them, usually hinges snapping so I was reluctant to buy this one. Since then i've moved onto a macbook with SSD storage which makes an immense difference on boot time, app start up time etc. But I bought the HP for my sister for the same reason as you: school work, youtube. Other than the noticeable SSD/HDD speed time, the laptop itself is perfect for documents and surfing. The build is sturdy, design is good, its AMD A10 processor has quite high benchmarks for a laptop at this price, normally looking to get an A6/A8. It has a ton of storage at 1TB but I would have preferred if it had a 128gb ssd. The trackpad and clickers are a bit iffy and the fans do get quite noisy, but thats probably just me coming from a mac user. Overall, I think for its purpose, its a well valued laptop for the money.
#8
Thanks for the help guys!

The Lenovo looks good but a HDMI slot is a deal breaker, I should of added that sorry.

I looked at the HP, I've always had Pentium, is there much difference?

Thanks again
#9
samathon
Thanks for the help guys!
The Lenovo looks good but a HDMI slot is a deal breaker, I should of added that sorry.
I looked at the HP, I've always had Pentium, is there much difference?
Thanks again
I'm wouldn't say i'm an expert but generally speaking Pentium processors are in the mid spec of Intel's processors, just before their core i3,5 etc, however depending on the pentium processor it could actually have better performance than the core versions. As comparing older pentium processors to the HP's AMD A10-8700, the HP should have fairly better performance and speed. Wouldn't say its excellent but can handle everyday tasks perfectly, and would be able to cope with more demanding jobs.

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