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HP 15-g022na A8 quad core - 8gb ram laptop for £296.65 delivered

£296.65 @ HP
Windows 8.1 64 AMD Quad-Core A8-6410 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal HD BrightView WLED-backlit 8 GB DDR3 Memory with 1 TB SATA storage AMD Radeon R5 Graphics Use code "MEGA15". Also 5% quidco availab… Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Windows 8.1 64
AMD Quad-Core A8-6410
39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal HD BrightView WLED-backlit
8 GB DDR3 Memory with 1 TB SATA storage
AMD Radeon R5 Graphics

Use code "MEGA15". Also 5% quidco available.
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#1
£20 pounds more you can get the one I brought with dedicated graphics nice post though they have some great deals atm
#3
It's not a bloody HD, my 5" phone has higher resolution than this. Stop repeating marketing lies.
#4
marv126
£20 pounds more you can get the one I brought with dedicated graphics nice post though they have some great deals atm

It comes to £339.14 for me? that would be over £40 more.

Also this has Radeon R5 which isn't much worse than the R7?.. http://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=2293&gid2=1888&compare=radeon-r7-m260-vs-radeon-r5-m230
#5
BenderRodriguez
It's not a bloody HD, my 5" phone has higher resolution than this. Stop repeating marketing lies.

Agreed, its a max 1366 x 768 display. Nevertheless, from experience for 15" this is the optimum resolution for myself.
#6
RHodgett
BenderRodriguez
It's not a bloody HD, my 5" phone has higher resolution than this. Stop repeating marketing lies.

Agreed, its a max 1366 x 768 display. Nevertheless, from experience for 15" this is the optimum resolution for myself.
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It's OK-ish watching cat videos on youtube, but 768 pixels means that even Word toolbar takes third of the screen area.
#7
BenderRodriguez
RHodgett
BenderRodriguez
It's not a bloody HD, my 5" phone has higher resolution than this. Stop repeating marketing lies.

Agreed, its a max 1366 x 768 display. Nevertheless, from experience for 15" this is the optimum resolution for myself.
]

It's OK-ish watching cat videos on youtube, but 768 pixels means that even Word toolbar takes third of the screen area.

I'm afraid I don't have time for watching cat videos. I am using word now on 768 pixel height and it takes up about a 6th of the height and about 2/3 page is visible at 100% zoom?

I think you might be getting confused with 800x600?
#8
RHodgett
BenderRodriguez
RHodgett
BenderRodriguez
It's not a bloody HD, my 5" phone has higher resolution than this. Stop repeating marketing lies.

Agreed, its a max 1366 x 768 display. Nevertheless, from experience for 15" this is the optimum resolution for myself.
]

It's OK-ish watching cat videos on youtube, but 768 pixels means that even Word toolbar takes third of the screen area.

I'm afraid I don't have time for watching cat videos. I am using word now on 768 pixel height and it takes up about a 6th of the height and about 2/3 page is visible at 100% zoom?

I think you might be getting confused with 800x600?


Long story short, 768 belongs on 15" CRT screen connected to 486DX66 and Windows 95, not "HD" laptop in 2014. Period.

Sadly people are mostly idiots and believe this is actually "HD" increasing sales, so manufacturers don't bother with offering higher res screens.
#9
BenderRodriguez
RHodgett
BenderRodriguez
RHodgett
BenderRodriguez
It's not a bloody HD, my 5" phone has higher resolution than this. Stop repeating marketing lies.

Agreed, its a max 1366 x 768 display. Nevertheless, from experience for 15" this is the optimum resolution for myself.
]

It's OK-ish watching cat videos on youtube, but 768 pixels means that even Word toolbar takes third of the screen area.

I'm afraid I don't have time for watching cat videos. I am using word now on 768 pixel height and it takes up about a 6th of the height and about 2/3 page is visible at 100% zoom?

I think you might be getting confused with 800x600?


Long story short, 768 belongs on 15" CRT screen connected to 486DX66 and Windows 95, not "HD" laptop in 2014. Period.

Sadly people are mostly idiots and believe this is actually "HD" increasing sales, so manufacturers don't bother with offering higher res screens.

I think the max resolution on a 486DX66 was 640x480. However, you are right, Full HD is 1920x1080.

Edited By: RHodgett on Dec 01, 2014 11:54
#10
RHodgett
BenderRodriguez
RHodgett
BenderRodriguez
RHodgett
BenderRodriguez
It's not a bloody HD, my 5" phone has higher resolution than this. Stop repeating marketing lies.

Agreed, its a max 1366 x 768 display. Nevertheless, from experience for 15" this is the optimum resolution for myself.
]

It's OK-ish watching cat videos on youtube, but 768 pixels means that even Word toolbar takes third of the screen area.

I'm afraid I don't have time for watching cat videos. I am using word now on 768 pixel height and it takes up about a 6th of the height and about 2/3 page is visible at 100% zoom?

I think you might be getting confused with 800x600?


Long story short, 768 belongs on 15" CRT screen connected to 486DX66 and Windows 95, not "HD" laptop in 2014. Period.

Sadly people are mostly idiots and believe this is actually "HD" increasing sales, so manufacturers don't bother with offering higher res screens.

I think the max resolution on a 486DX66 was 640x480. However, you are right, Full HD is 1920x1080.

Not with SVGA card but it's getting really off topic now so never mind. :)
#11
I'm surprised with the lack of heat this is getting. I know there has been a lot of laptops advertised lately but this one does seem to be very good value for sub £300.
#12
marv126
£20 pounds more you can get the one I brought with dedicated graphics nice post though they have some great deals atm
if you don't need the dedicated chip it just uses electricity for no benefit during the lifetime of laptop.
#13
RHodgett
marv126
£20 pounds more you can get the one I brought with dedicated graphics nice post though they have some great deals atm

It comes to £339.14 for me? that would be over £40 more.

Also this has Radeon R5 which isn't much worse than the R7?.. http://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=2293&gid2=1888&compare=radeon-r7-m260-vs-radeon-r5-m230
yes I used my amex card and got 5% cashback as well the price came to £322
#14
splender
marv126
£20 pounds more you can get the one I brought with dedicated graphics nice post though they have some great deals atm
if you don't need the dedicated chip it just uses electricity for no benefit during the lifetime of laptop.

true that , I forget everyone has different needs I never even thought about saving electric

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