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HP 250 G5 Laptop i5 skylake 6200u 15.6" Full HD (1920x1080) 8gb RAM(2133mhz) 256gb SSD DVD±RW £409.97 @ Laptopsdirect £424.97

£424.97 @ Laptops Direct
**price has increased to £424.97** I've been looking around for a laptop for my missus and this was the best I could find which ticked the following boxes: - Intel i5 processor 6th gen - Full HD 15.… Read More
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
**price has increased to £424.97**

I've been looking around for a laptop for my missus and this was the best I could find which ticked the following boxes:

- Intel i5 processor 6th gen
- Full HD 15.6"
- 8gb ram
- SSD hard drive
- DVDRW

2.02% cashback via topcashback brings it down to just over £400
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Detailed Specs below:
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HP 250 G5 - 15.6" - Core i5 6200U - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD
Product Type Notebook
Operating System Win 10 Pro 64-bit / Win 7 Pro 64-bit downgrade - pre-installed: Win 7 Pro 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5 (6th Gen) 6200U / 2.3 GHz ( 2.8 GHz ) / 3 MB Cache
Memory 8 GB DDR4
Storage 256 GB - M.2 SSD
Optical Drive DVD SuperMulti
Display 15.6" WLED 1920 x 1080 / Full HD
Graphics Intel HD Graphics 520
Networking 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2 , Gigabit Ethernet
Battery 4-cell - up to 8.25 hours
Security Trusted Platform Module (TPM 2.0) Security Chip
Colour Asteroid silver
Dimensions (WxDxH) 38.43 cm x 25.46 cm x 2.43 cm
Weight 1.96 kg

General
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Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Edition / Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Edition downgrade
Preinstalled OS Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Edition
Product Type Notebook
AC Adapter
Input AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Output 45 Watt

Audio & Video
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Audio Features Noise cancellation technology
Camera - Integrated webcam
Compliant Standards High Definition Audio, DTS Studio Sound
Frame Rate 24 frames per second
Graphics Processor Intel HD Graphics 520
Resolution VGA
Sound Stereo speakers , microphone
Video Resolutions 640 x 480 (webcam)

Battery
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Capacity 41 Wh
Run Time Up to 8.25 hours
Technology 4-cell Lithium Ion

Communications
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Bluetooth Class Class 2
Compliant Standards IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.1x, IEEE 802.11i, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
Features Intel Wireless Display (WiDi), Miracast
Network Interface Gigabit Ethernet
Wireless 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2
Wireless Controller Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 - PCI Express Mini Card (M.2)

Connections & Expansion
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Interfaces VGA ¦ HDMI ¦ Headphone/microphone combo jack ¦ LAN ¦ USB 3.0 ¦ 2 x USB 2.0
Memory Card Reader Yes ( SD Card, SDHC Card, SDXC Card )
Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions (WxDxH) 38.43 cm x 25.46 cm x 2.43 cm
Weight 1.96 kg

Display
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Features Slim Design, Full HD standard-viewing angle (SVA) eDP anti-glare
Image Aspect Ratio 16:9
Image Brightness 220 cd/m2
LCD Backlight Technology WLED backlight
Resolution 1920 x 1080 ( Full HD )
Type 15.6" - TN
Widescreen Yes
Environmental Standards
ENERGY STAR Qualified Yes

Input
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Features Multi-touch touchpad, touchpad with gesture support, built-in numeric keypad
Type Keyboard, touchpad

Memory
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Empty Slots 1
Form Factor SO-DIMM 260-pin
Max RAM Supported 16 GB
RAM 8 GB ( 1 x 8 GB )
Slots Qty 2
Speed 2133 MHz / PC4-17000
Technology DDR4 SDRAM

Miscellaneous
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Colour Asteroid silver
Features Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)
Included Accessories Power adapter
Localization English / United Kingdom
Security Trusted Platform Module (TPM 2.0) Security Chip

Processor / Chipset
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64-bit Computing Yes
CPU Intel Core i5 (6th Gen) 6200U / 2.3 GHz
Cache 3 MB
Features Hyper-Threading Technology, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, Intel Smart Cache
Max Turbo Speed 2.8 GHz
Number of Cores Dual-Core
Platform Technology Intel vPro Technology

Software
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Software Included CyberLink PowerDirector, HP Recovery Manager, HP Support Assistant, Adobe Shockwave Player, HP ePrint, HP CoolSense, HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI, Microsoft Push Button Recovery, CyberLink Power Media Player, HP Touchpoint Manager, HP System Event Utility, HP Communication Recovery Tool, HP e-Service

Storage
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Interface SATA 6 Gb/s
Main Storage 256 GB SSD
Optical Drive DVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM
SSD Form Factor M.2

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15 Likes
bigbaz
hotsteamhurts
I fully understand the ssd reason my argument is HP market this as a business computer. After 60 yrs in the computer industry a business computer to me should perform fully without adding extras. It's a pity as this would have been bought today by me except for this. I also give PowerPoint presentations and the only good way to do that is with presentation installed on the front screen believe me. Running it from a stick is painful. Anyway nice to discuss cheers.
60 years in the computer industry, What was you working on? ENIAChttps://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4e/Eniac.jpg/250px-Eniac.jpg
Nope started 1957 in RN radio radar maintenance with odd analogue gunnery computer thrown in. Jan 1st 1967 joined English Electric computers working on KDF9 at Nottingham university as an engineer the successor to LYONS LEO computers (Google leo) then rest of my working career on DEC machines then as in instructor in computer studies. My lecturing and talks now cover different subjects from history of computing through amateur radio, fire fighting with Martin Mars bombers in British columbia ( my second home ) to clubs etc. Hence the need for storage. Having said all that I was given a 2Tbyte portable drive yesterday and my son who knows more about computers of today than I do beat me into submission last night and i'm ordering a laptop with an SSD so that should please the nay sayers, but I'm old enough and wise enough to just take it without crying!! At 75 life's to short.
cheers enjoyed this site
5 Likes
vtailor
Is w10 so bad that people want the option to revert back to w7??
Personally, I absolutely hate the look of W10.

The interface with the monochromatic icons looks like it was designed by a 5 year old.

But I hate all the modern flat design UIs with their two-colour icons and loads of white/very light grey.

Give me gradients, detailed icons and colours any day.

Then there's the alleged spying, data collection that's built into W10.

I'll pass on W10 for as long as I can.

Windows 7 may be a few years old now, but is is by far the best looking Windows to date.

That's just me tho'.:D

I just don't think Microsoft should be trying to make PCs/Laptops and tablets looks the same. They are different things......PCs and laptops are for doing meaningful work where you can get a lot of work done.

Tablets? Just toys IMHO! Great for games, movies and browsing the internet and sending email on the move (if you have WiFi or a Hotspot) and I have several, ranging from 8" Samsung Tab3 right up to a monster Galaxy Note Pro 12.2" and I only ever use them for messing around on.

I much prefer sitting in front of two 23" monitors when I'm doing anything meaningful like photo/video editing and typing this. LOL

But again, that's just me. :D

Edited By: Ripperoo on Aug 08, 2016 15:00: edit

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1 Like #1
Link confirms
HP 250 G5 Intel Core i5-6200U 8GB 256GB SSD DVD-RW 15.6 Inch Windows 7 Professional Laptop - X0N33EA
Nice - Heat from me - a must have SSD geezer.
Anyone comment on the ease of reverting to W10P for those wishing to do so?.
1 Like #2
Publix
Link confirms
HP 250 G5 Intel Core i5-6200U 8GB 256GB SSD DVD-RW 15.6 Inch Windows 7 Professional Laptop - X0N33EA
Nice - Heat from me - a must have SSD geezer.
Anyone comment on the ease of reverting to W10P for those wishing to do so?.

Not 100% sure, but the spec for the same model on another site states:

"Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit (with Windows 10 Professional 64bit License & Restore Provided)"

Is w10 so bad that people want the option to revert back to w7??
2 Likes #3
vtailor
Publix
Link confirms
HP 250 G5 Intel Core i5-6200U 8GB 256GB SSD DVD-RW 15.6 Inch Windows 7 Professional Laptop - X0N33EA
Nice - Heat from me - a must have SSD geezer.
Anyone comment on the ease of reverting to W10P for those wishing to do so?.
Not 100% sure, but the spec for the same model on another site states:
"Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit (with Windows 10 Professional 64bit License & Restore Provided)"
Is w10 so bad that people want the option to revert back to w7??
I would guess the downgrade option is for companies wishing to have a common os.
2 Likes #4
Is w10 so bad that people want the option to revert back to w7??
I went from W7 >W10; Missed 8 altogether. You remember how people hated 8?
I am still pi***ed off that MS dumped some utilities like TV player, but I'm happy with W10.
My 3 upgrades went very smoothly.
1 Like #5
vtailor
Publix
Link confirms
HP 250 G5 Intel Core i5-6200U 8GB 256GB SSD DVD-RW 15.6 Inch Windows 7 Professional Laptop - X0N33EA
Nice - Heat from me - a must have SSD geezer.
Anyone comment on the ease of reverting to W10P for those wishing to do so?.
Not 100% sure, but the spec for the same model on another site states:
"Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit (with Windows 10 Professional 64bit License & Restore Provided)"
Is w10 so bad that people want the option to revert back to w7??

This is marketed as a business laptop, I think most businesses still use W7. In fact a lot of people still prefer W7, but don't want to be left behind with updates - just before the free W10 offer expired, people were asking on here if they could get a W10 licence for the future but not use it yet.
1 Like #6
Operating System Win 10 Pro 64-bit / Win 7 Pro 64-bit downgrade - pre-installed: Win 7 Pro 64-bit
So does it come with Windows 10 or Windows 7 pre-installed?
#7
very nice i was after something the same just lighter eg no DVD drive....
1 Like #8
Blasphemous
Operating System Win 10 Pro 64-bit / Win 7 Pro 64-bit downgrade - pre-installed: Win 7 Pro 64-bit
So does it come with Windows 10 or Windows 7 pre-installed?
7
#9
Pondlife
Blasphemous
Operating System Win 10 Pro 64-bit / Win 7 Pro 64-bit downgrade - pre-installed: Win 7 Pro 64-bit
So does it come with Windows 10 or Windows 7 pre-installed?
7
Cheers Pondlife. Is the free upgrade to Windows 10 option missed now then?
1 Like #10
I bought one of these at work last week. Pretty decent for the price, I was quite impressed.

Edited By: pcfarrar on Aug 07, 2016 23:00
1 Like #11
Good deal
1 Like #12
Hoe easy is it to get rid of the bloatware ?
1 Like #13
This deserves to go mega hot!
1 Like #14
Thanks bruv. Have some heat :)
1 Like #15
Any ideas on battery life e
3 Likes #17
Would like to know how good this TN display panel is. Very good spec for the price
#18
Good spec & only £100 more expensive than my HP laptop deal (similar spec)
#19
Blasphemous
Pondlife
Blasphemous
Operating System Win 10 Pro 64-bit / Win 7 Pro 64-bit downgrade - pre-installed: Win 7 Pro 64-bit
So does it come with Windows 10 or Windows 7 pre-installed?
7
Cheers Pondlife. Is the free upgrade to Windows 10 option missed now then?

No, as it was a licence to use 10 that they downgraded to 7 rather than a licence to 7.
#20
rogercat
very nice i was after something the same just lighter eg no DVD drive....

?
The OP Deal has DVDRW built into it though? (or more appropriately: Optical Drive DVD SuperMulti). :-)
#21
is the HP trade-in cashback available with this ?
1 Like #22
kowalski
is the HP trade-in cashback available with this ?
Only products branded Elite and ProBooks, according to their website.
1 Like #23
Whats the build quality like?
2 Likes #24
amour3k
rogercat
very nice i was after something the same just lighter eg no DVD drive....
?
The OP Deal has DVDRW built into it though? (or more appropriately: Optical Drive DVD SuperMulti). :-)
I read that as rogercat wants something lighter. He/she would prefer similar spec without the dvd drive hence a lighter weight laptop.
1 Like #25
If only it was not a HP :-/
1 Like #26
kowalski
is the HP trade-in cashback available with this ?

To get £200 cashback you need this deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/best-300-laptop-deal-hukd-hp-probook-440-g3-14-core-i5-6200u-8-gb-ram-256-gb-ssd-2482529#comments
3 Likes #27
Nice deal but why the measly 256ssd. I'll fill that with family history and pics in the first month.
yes I do realise there are external hard drives but that defeats the object of a portable laptop don't you think.
#28
luvsadealdealdeal
kowalski
is the HP trade-in cashback available with this ?
To get £200 cashback you need this deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/best-300-laptop-deal-hukd-hp-probook-440-g3-14-core-i5-6200u-8-gb-ram-256-gb-ssd-2482529#comments

I did seriously consider the deal you posted but my old laptop has a faulty fan so didn't want to risk not getting cashback. I guess it all comes down to how confident the buyer is on getting cashback.
1 Like #29
Blasphemous
Pondlife
Blasphemous
Operating System Win 10 Pro 64-bit / Win 7 Pro 64-bit downgrade - pre-installed: Win 7 Pro 64-bit
So does it come with Windows 10 or Windows 7 pre-installed?
7
Cheers Pondlife. Is the free upgrade to Windows 10 option missed now then?
You get recovery media for the OS that is not pre-installed. The terms are you can only have one or the other installed at any one time. Source: here .
#30
Anyone know if I can put windows 10 on this if I've had it on another laptop via the upgrade path? I no longer have this laptop so wondered if there's anyway of transferring. Probably not lol.
1 Like #31
hotsteamhurts
Nice deal but why the measly 256ssd. I'll fill that with family history and pics in the first month.
yes I do realise there are external hard drives but that defeats the object of a portable laptop don't you think.

Nope I think YOU are defeating the object! :)

SSD is not intended to be used that way (ie as a simple replacement for HDD). Store your stuff somewhere else?
#32
addyb
Anyone know if I can put windows 10 on this if I've had it on another laptop via the upgrade path? I no longer have this laptop so wondered if there's anyway of transferring. Probably not lol.

Not legally.

But this comes with W10 in any case.
1 Like #33
rogercat
very nice i was after something the same just lighter eg no DVD drive....

Same spec without optical drive here: http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/X0N33EAABU-HP-250-G5_1959038.html
#34
install a larger SSD if you must, I'd rather pay this price that is fine for my requirements rather than pay another £50-£100 that a larger SSD.
#35
I fully understand the ssd reason my argument is HP market this as a business computer. After 60 yrs in the computer industry a business computer to me should perform fully without adding extras. It's a pity as this would have been bought today by me except for this. I also give PowerPoint presentations and the only good way to do that is with presentation installed on the front screen believe me. Running it from a stick is painful. Anyway nice to discuss cheers.
#36
luvsadealdealdeal
addyb
Anyone know if I can put windows 10 on this if I've had it on another laptop via the upgrade path? I no longer have this laptop so wondered if there's anyway of transferring. Probably not lol.
Not legally.
But this comes with W10 in any case.

Does it? I keep seeing W7 being mentioned as the OS?
1 Like #37
WheresMeNuts
If only it was not a HP :-/
What's your bad experience then?
I've never had a problem with my 2 Elitebooks and 2 Probooks, solid build and performance.
Having said that my previous business laptop was a FujitsuSiemens that happily ran for 7 years.
I think business class laptops are generally good.
#38
Good shout on the i7 model. I'm not an expert on CPU architecture but had a quick look at this comparison:
http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Intel-Core-i7-6500U-vs-Intel-Core-i5-6200U

For my needs it wasn't with the extra money for a very marginal gain.
#39
mcek
WheresMeNuts
If only it was not a HP :-/
What's your bad experience then?
I've never had a problem with my 2 Elitebooks and 2 Probooks, solid build and performance.
Having said that my previous business laptop was a FujitsuSiemens that happily ran for 7 years.
I think business class laptops are generally good.
I've always found HP to have noisy fans & have heating issues.Even after replacing the fan cleaning the inside of the laptop & applying new thermal paste it still does not sort the issues.Just poorly built airflow from what I've seen.
1 Like #40
addyb
luvsadealdealdeal
addyb
Anyone know if I can put windows 10 on this if I've had it on another laptop via the upgrade path? I no longer have this laptop so wondered if there's anyway of transferring. Probably not lol.
Not legally.
But this comes with W10 in any case.
Does it? I keep seeing W7 being mentioned as the OS?

This machine is licensed for W10 but has been downgraded to W7 as it is marketed as a business laptop and many business' would prefer W7.

It will come with recovery media to allow W10 to be reinstalled onto the machine

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