Extra Value Laptop Intel Dual Core 4GB 17" LCD 320GB HDD No OS - £300 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER....

This superb performance Intel based Laptop PC is ideal for use anywhere. Optimised for high performance computing requirements, this system utilises high performance components suitable for this size of chassis.

The motherboard at the heart of this Intel Pentium Dual Core T4500 system provides onboard LAN, built in stereo speakers and integrated Windows 7 ready 2D/3D graphics. A 320GB SATA hard drive provides ample storage, whilst the 4GB of DDR2 RAM will be plenty to handle most software applications.

Please note that this laptop PC does not come with an operating system. Ebuyer recommends using genuine Microsoft Software and is Windows 7 compatible.




Processor
Intel Pentium T4500 Dual Core Processor 2.3Ghz,
1MB Cache
Memory
4GB DDR2 RAM
2 x soDIMM slot
Hard Drive
320GB SATA II
Optical Drive
Supermulti DVDRW
Software
Operating System: None
Display
17” WXGA Screen
Resolution: 1440 x 900
Audio
Integrated Speakers
Input Devices
Keyboard and Touchpad
Networking
Wireless Lan 802.11b/g
Network Interface: 10/100 LAN
Power Supply
6 Cell Battery
Dimensions
Depth 282 mm
Width 397 mm
Height 39 mm
Weight 3kg
Interfaces
3 x USB 2.0 ports
1 x VGA port
1 x Headphone port
1 x Microphone port
1 x RJ11 port
1 x RJ45 LAN port
1 x DC-in jack
Expansion
7 in 1 Card Reader
Warranty / Miscellaneous
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
1.3MP Webcam
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#1
OK lets me honest.This laptop isn't best spec, but I think that this is a pretty decent spec for the price. I have the Pentium T4200 chip in my laptop (the 2Ghz version) and it is very nippy and i haven't found any specific area where the processor struggles. If you know anybody in education, then you could get an upgrade license of Windows 7 for £30-£40 (there are ways to use an upgrade disc as a normal installation disc without a version of windows already installed- just search Google ;-D). However this will only be available to a selective number of people so it could be voted hot or cold really.

Edited By: alexwalker3 on Apr 11, 2011 11:36
2 Likes #2
why bother so much when you can get core i3 for £50 more quid.. with an operating system
#3
OOS :(
#4
mRActivate8
why bother so much when you can get core i3 for £50 more quid.. with an operating system


Link please?
#5
mRActivate8
why bother so much when you can get core i3 for £50 more quid.. with an operating system

exactly
#6
Agree with the above...would rather have an i3 for not much more - havent really shopped about but imo even the below is better for £350 -
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5084760/Trail/searchtext%3ETOSHIBA.htm

For £50 more, you get:
- A much nicer processor
- Windows 7
- A brand
- 2 years warranty
- Less ram... but better ram (DDR3 instead of DDR2)

Granted the screen is smaller and the webcam in the toshiba is awful.

Buying your laptop from somewhere on the highstreet is a def +1 if it has to go back for any reason.

Argos are also very easy to buy cheap gift vouchers for on places like ebay (remember your quidco when bidding on ebay items), and as im sure you all know often run promotions such as £10 gift voucher with a £100 spend (did we just miss one?).
1 Like #7
hopper84
Agree with the above...would rather have an i3 for not much more - havent really shopped about but imo even the below is better for £350 -
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F5084760%2FTrail%2Fsearchtext%253ETOSHIBA.htm]
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5084760/Trail/searchtext%3ETOSHIBA.htm[/url]

For £50 more, you get:
- A much nicer processor
- Windows 7
- A brand
- 2 years warranty
- Less ram... but better ram (DDR3 instead of DDR2)

Granted the screen is smaller and the webcam in the toshiba is awful.

Buying your laptop from somewhere on the highstreet is a def +1 if it has to go back for any reason.

Argos are also very easy to buy cheap gift vouchers for on places like ebay (remember your quidco when bidding on ebay items), and as im sure you all know often run promotions such as £10 gift voucher with a £100 spend (did we just miss one?).


Can't find the 2 years warranty, although good deal I would pay a little more and get a GOOD branded product.


Edited By: pdhroche on Apr 11, 2011 13:44
1 Like #8
pvp26
OOS :(

It's clearly marked as a pre-order, both by the OP and on the eBuyer website.

Maybe "AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER" in block capitals wasn't clear enough for you.

Edited By: Sweetchuck on Apr 11, 2011 13:46
1 Like #9
value for money.
#10
lack of OS is the killer here imo
#11
17" btw not a 15.6"
#12
Please help me how do I tell how old is this deal laptop by the i3? and are the laptops on i3 as now or are on i5 or i7?!!!! thank you....
#13
pdhroche
[quote=hopper84]...
Can't find the 2 years warranty, although good deal I would pay a little more and get a GOOD branded product.

re. the 2 year warranty, this model is C660-1F1. It has a standard 2 year warranty from Toshiba.
http://uk.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/product/Satellite-C660-1F1/1101907/toshibaShop/false/#0

Here's the cheapest i3-380M (£330) albeit another rather dull Toshiba... http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/Toshiba_Satellite_C660-1E2_1044806.html



Edited By: Musicrab on Apr 11, 2011 14:07
#14
Cold from me. As above, for a coupe of quid more you can buy a much better spec (i.e. i3).
#15
mRActivate8
why bother so much when you can get core i3 for £50 more quid.. with an operating system
But not with 17", I guess.

You are right of course that this one is seriously out of date. DDR2 ?!? I am phasing that out...
4 Likes #16
hannay
lack of OS is the killer here imo
Not to everybody. Anybody can use a free desktop like Ubuntu and plenty of people have access to copies of Windows and those that don't, there are professional schemes like MSDN, MSDNAA, the NHS deal, etc.

I personally find it a pain in the bum when computers come bundled with a license of Windows I don't need. All computers should come in no-OS variants.

For people with a fixed budget and the forethought to realise that there's much more to the world of computer than Windows, this is pretty hot.
#17
"less ram but better ram"

hehehe

Edited By: mrsean2k on Apr 11, 2011 15:16
#18
Wouldn't really call it ideal for everywhere. 3kg is pretty hefty although granted it is a 17-incher. Still a good price.
#19
This seems a good deal for an Asus 15.6 incher:
15.6" Asus X5DIJ-SX476V Laptop, HD, Intel T4500, 2Gb, 320Gb, DVDSM, Webcam, Card Reader, Win7 HP

£264 @ Scan.
#20
poor value for money with i3 lappys being so cheap these days
#21
craigthaagensen
poor value for money with i3 lappys being so cheap these days

How much is a cheap i3 laptop?
There are plenty of people that just want something for web browsing, email and light duties so if the premium over the Asus is say £50 they might argue that the i3 is poor value at the higher price.
There are many niches to fill and a spec like that from a recognised brand will appeal to some at that price I suspect.
#22
Agharta
This seems a good deal for an Asus 15.6 incher:
15.6" Asus X5DIJ-SX476V Laptop, HD, Intel T4500, 2Gb, 320Gb, DVDSM, Webcam, Card Reader, Win7 HP

£264 @ Scan.

Is this the same laptop as the one at OYYY? http://www.oyyy.co.uk/product.php/132414/asus-x5dij-notebook-intel-dual-core-t3500-notebook?jssCart=e40fbe04119edd95ad494612923b2eca&utm_source=webgai
#23
People keep going on about getting a i3 for 50 notes more, but they're only 15.6". If you want a nice big 17" for watching films in bed etc this deal is hot
1 Like #24
IMO, avoid.

Might be a good spec for the price, but you've no idea about the build quality, screen quality, keyboard quality or trackpad quality, and these are the things that tend to get skimped on to max the spec at the price.

It's relatively easy and cheap to replace a dodgy quality keyboard and mouse on a desktop, but you're pretty much stuck with what you get with a laptop.

The quality might be good, it might not, it's an unknown quantity with an unreviewed no-brand. Ok, you can send it back, but do you want the hassle?


Edited By: Baron Jerk-Off on Apr 11, 2011 17:05
#25
Bought same spec couple of year ago for less, but not voting cold, its an ok deal.
#26
They've still got the i3 e-machines Win7 laptop in Sainsburys near me for £299, better value even with a smaller screen.
#27
hmmm the i3 will out perform this CPU by quite a bit. just do you need it, if not save the £50.

My ebuyer value laptop has the t6600 which is still on par with the i3
#28
These machines use a Via graphics chip. On that basis id avoid. They are very weak and offer minimal hardware acceleration.
#29
lewson
These machines use a Via graphics chip. On that basis id avoid. They are very weak and offer minimal hardware acceleration.

Isn't it one of these? http://www.alloi-computers.co.uk/Barebone-LogiQ-Laptop-M770S-Black-and-White-17-Wide-WXGA-Glare-TFT-LCD.html

In which case its SiS M672 which is still bottom of the league...
#30
This laptop is UNBRANDED - eg. would you buy a car with no make on it?
These are probably some cheap laptops imported from Asia ... save your money and buy a branded system.

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