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HP 250 G4 Laptop £329.00 @ Ebuyer

£329.00 @ Ebuyer
Bought one of these for my son when he goes to high school (Specs might be overkill but at least it will last him). £329 Seems like a good deal considering that a laptop with an i5 processor is nor… Read More
MissBlondie Avatar
8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Bought one of these for my son when he goes to high school (Specs might be overkill but at least it will last him).

£329 Seems like a good deal considering that a laptop with an i5 processor is normally around £400-£500.

What do you guys think?

Processor •Intel Core i5-6200U Dual Core 2.3GHz
•Turbo boost up to 2.8GHz
•3MB Cache
Memory •8GB DDR3L 1600MHz
•Configuration 1 x 8GB
•2 x SODIMM
Hard drive •1TB HDD 5400rpm SATA
Optical Drive •DVD+/-RW SuperMulti DL
Software •Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64bit
Display •39,6 cm (15.6") diagonal HD SVA anti-glare flat LED-backlit
•Resolution: 1366 x 768
Graphics •Intel HD Graphics 520
Audio •DTS Studio Sound™
•Dual speakers
Input Devices •Touchpad
•Full-sized textured black island-style keyboard with numeric keypad
•Touchpad with multi-touch gestures enabled, taps enabled as default, default on for 2-finger scroll and pinch
Networking •Wireless: Realtek RTL8723BE 802.11b/g/n (1x1) WiFi
•Wired: Realtek Ethernet (10/100)
•Bluetooth 4.0
Power Supply •45 W Smart AC adapter
•3-cell, 31 WHr Li-ion battery
Dimensions •Width 38.43 cm
•Depth 25.46 cm
•Height 2.43 cm
•Weight 2.1 kg
Interfaces •1 USB 3.0
•2 USB 2.0
•1 VGA
•1 HDMI
•1 headphone/microphone combo jack
•1 AC power
•1 RJ-45
Expansion •SD Card Reader
Warranty / Misc •1 Year limited Warranty
•VGA Camera

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#1
hot from me - very generous of you towards your lad

perfectly good laptop, not quite in my deal's league but still good value! :)
#2
this site makes no sense to me. why is this cold? I've just bought the i5 dell deal this morning but looking at the specs wondering if I should have gone for this. only downside I can see is that it's not full HD but it makes up for that with dvd writer and new i5 processor.

Edited By: tdk2bu on Aug 15, 2016 16:54: .
#3
looks pretty good to me, temped as been after replacing my old first gen i3 ASUS one. I assume this would be quite a bit faster?

Edited By: philb100 on Aug 15, 2016 17:34
#4
philb100
looks pretty good to me, temped as been after replacing my old first gen i3 ASUS one. I assume this would be quite a bit faster?


yeah for sure huge upgrade. if you're not bothered about dvd writer and the 5th generation i5 the Dell is worth considering. I ordered that as it has full HD and back-lit keyboard
#5
cpu bench 3934 http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i5-6200U+%40+2.30GHz

it's very fast compared to most laptops this price

plus the 8GB memory is good

the 1TB HDD is huge for most student needs

A fantastic deal - another £5 off with TCB
#6
added some details for you OP :)
#7
tdk2bu
this site makes no sense to me. why is this cold? I've just bought the i5 dell deal this morning but looking at the specs wondering if I should have gone for this. only downside I can see is that it's not full HD but it makes up for that with dvd writer and new i5 processor.

Because one can pick up a 17.3" version with the same spec for the same price, with warranty on ebay.
#8
Common Sense
tdk2bu
this site makes no sense to me. why is this cold? I've just bought the i5 dell deal this morning but looking at the specs wondering if I should have gone for this. only downside I can see is that it's not full HD but it makes up for that with dvd writer and new i5 processor.
Because one can pick up a 17.3" version with the same spec for the same price, with warranty on ebay.

buying on ebay is for mugs
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Common Sense
Because one can pick up a 17.3" version with the same spec for the same price, with warranty on ebay.
got a link for that?
#10
luvsadealdealdeal

buying on ebay is for mugs

Not at all. It is now seller beware.
#11
spannerzone
Common Sense
Because one can pick up a 17.3" version with the same spec for the same price, with warranty on ebay.
got a link for that?

You have to look as listings appear regularly. I purchased a 17.3" version on auction at less than £310 delivered (with a VAT invoice - a deal breaker for me as I can reclaim VAT) and it came with HP warranty. The only issue was I had to chat with Microsoft to reinstall Windows 10. There was also a 30 day returns policy. Ebay is now seller beware.
#12
Can't say I can find a better deal for a similar spec with an i5 8GB RAM and an integrated (albeit not much improved) graphics card, it's a good price. Personally for a laptop I'd go for an i3, saves you some cash, gives better battery life and you won't see any performance drop for standard laptop duties, like internet, film/music playing and office suite software, whilst still being portable. Having 8GB will make Windows a lot more perky, where as 4GB is really pushing it and hard disk space is always useful. What this, or any laptop without spending at least £800, be is a decent games computer, but then cheaper to buy a console for that probably, if they don't already have one.

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