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HP 15-ay170sa 15.6" Laptop - Silver at Currys for £349.00

£349.00 @ Currys
Everyday: All-rounder for work and play Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i3-7100U Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD Up to 8 hours battery life Was thinking of this for the kids at Christmas, this … Read More
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7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago
Everyday: All-rounder for work and play
Windows 10
Intel® Core™ i3-7100U Processor
RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD
Up to 8 hours battery life

Was thinking of this for the kids at Christmas, this or the Lenovo?
blodnik Avatar
7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago
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#1
i5 upgrade for £50 more
#2
1366x768 on the i3/i5/i7... disappointing.
#3
MBeeching
1366x768 on the i3/i5/i7... disappointing.
But is it essential? These aren't for high end photo editing etc, may of us have survived for years without full HD on a laptop. Think it's suitable for what it is aimed at, everyday casual use.
#4
blodnik
MBeeching
1366x768 on the i3/i5/i7... disappointing.
But is it essential? These aren't for high end photo editing etc, may of us have survived for years without full HD on a laptop. Think it's suitable for what it is aimed at, everyday casual use.

reading your comment makes me think that the price should be around £200 mark.
#5
iz123456789
blodnik
MBeeching
1366x768 on the i3/i5/i7... disappointing.
But is it essential? These aren't for high end photo editing etc, may of us have survived for years without full HD on a laptop. Think it's suitable for what it is aimed at, everyday casual use.
reading your comment makes me think that the price should be around £200 mark.

Please explain?
#6
iz123456789
blodnik
MBeeching
1366x768 on the i3/i5/i7... disappointing.
But is it essential? These aren't for high end photo editing etc, may of us have survived for years without full HD on a laptop. Think it's suitable for what it is aimed at, everyday casual use.
reading your comment makes me think that the price should be around £200 mark.

Most laptops at this price point are 1366x768. That's just how it is. how many similar specced laptop can you point to for £200?

Essential no, but I do find that res annoying on a 15 inch screen nowadays (not helped by the move to widescreen and the reduced vertical res (my old HP 14 incher with 1440x900 feels very different). But it's my choice to go for a higher res and pay the money. I can see that lots of people would be happy with it.

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