HP 450 G4 Laptop i5-7200U 15.6" 4GB RAM 256GB SSD W10Pro £719.99 (easily £430 with poss cashback) @ Misco - HotUKDeals
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HP 450 G4 Laptop i5-7200U 15.6" 4GB RAM 256GB SSD W10Pro £719.99 (easily £430 with poss cashback) @ Misco

£719.99 @ Misco
Best for people familiar with HP cashback/tradeup offers. Both very reliable. 1. cashback £90 only when buying from Misco (search for model number W4M99ET) https://hpcashback.com/gb/en/pages/cashba… Read More
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5m, 19h agoFound 5 months, 19 hours ago
Best for people familiar with HP cashback/tradeup offers. Both very reliable.
1. cashback £90 only when buying from Misco (search for model number W4M99ET)
https://hpcashback.com/gb/en/pages/cashback/qualifying
2. tradeup £200 (search for model number W4M99ET)
https://hp.tradeuptohp.com/gb/en/pages/tradein/qualifying

Final price £430. I'll let you decide whether this business class laptop is a good deal at this price.
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#1
4GB ram, come on!!
#2
adi0604
4GB ram, come on!!
It's a 7th gen business laptop with 256gb SSD for potentially a great price but we all know what's coming................



15.6" LED backlight 1366 x 768 / HD
#3
adi0604
4GB ram, come on!!
I agree, a bit carp, and not wishing to go into any arguments about how much RAM you need, add £30 to the price to get to 8GB.
1 Like #4
spannerzone
adi0604
4GB ram, come on!!
15.6" LED backlight 1366 x 768 / HD
I'll get my coat...
1 Like #5
adi0604
4GB ram, come on!!
Musicrab
I agree, a bit carp, and not wishing to go into any arguments about how much RAM you need, add £30 to the price to get to 8GB.
4GB ram is nothing to worry about and no showstopper, or it shouldn't be. But we all know why the cold votes will come (I voted hot)
#6
Musicrab
I'll get my coat...
No need to be GrumpyCrab ;) I think it's not bad with the final price and I can live with the screen but the auto cold voters on HUKD will be attracted (in a negative way) to this particular specification likes flies to dog poop.


Edited By: spannerzone on Feb 18, 2017 11:08
#7
What way does the trade up actually work? Say I have a pro book, what do I do to trade it in? 400 ish is quite good in my eyes if I can get 200 for my old one
#8
If you get it for £430 that's a great price for what it is. If you want full HD then it will require more intrusive open-wallet surgery to be carried out.
Heat added.
1 Like #9
Interesting - I haven't used HP trade in before - Does any laptop trade in would work.

What about if I buy a cheap one on ebay to be traded in?
1 Like #10
Frustrating that the HP comes with only 4GB. A less advertised worth of making an upgrade to the memory is that the basic integrated Intel HD 620 graphics benefits a little when using dual channel memory.

I find it hard to give heat, having had problems with reliability with HP laptops (though being a business model, presumably reliability will be a bit better) and long running sagas trying to get cash back out of HP on a couple of offers. I did eventually get the cash back but it took many months and a lot of emails and phone calls (to supervisors/managers; be stubborn but polite, don't give up!). As the saying goes, your mileage may vary, you might have no problems at all.

Though a higher res screen would be nice, notebookcheck (who in fairness are known to be critical when reviewing laptop screens) went as far as to describe even the higher res screen version of this model (which comes with Nvidia graphics) as having an 'abysmal' screen but, again, I agree with what others are saying, you get what you pay for and, for business models especially, TN panels are adequate for most uses!

Again with a nod to the wisdom of Spannerzone, keeping in mind that business models are often worth a small price premium over often less durable domestic models, seems an okay deal to me if the cash back and trade in work for you.
#11
It says for businesses only but you can be a sole trading business.

Here's the trade in requirements:

For your Trade-in to qualify for the promotion it must be a working, complete and undamaged, (reasonable wear and tear accepted) Laptop (minimum 10” screen size), Tablet (minimum 9” screen size) or Desktop. Your Trade-in must be no more than 7 years old and complete with all accessories including working battery and power supply where applicable.

https://hp.tradeuptohp.com/gb/en/pages/tradein/terms section 13

Edited By: spannerzone on Feb 18, 2017 14:30
1 Like #12
corrazy
What way does the trade up actually work? Say I have a pro book, what do I do to trade it in? 400 ish is quite good in my eyes if I can get 200 for my old one

You might be better off getting a 7 year old (or newer) working laptop, battery, charger or 10" tablet for cheap on ebay and using that for trade in and sell yours for £200

10" for £39.99 should qualify for £200 trade in

Edited By: spannerzone on Feb 18, 2017 14:35
#13
They also do trade in on genuine windows xp computer. Can be any age and condition. As long as it has a readable genuine xp licence key attached they will accept. Pick up a broken cheap tower for 10 to 20 quid.
#14
nipstyler
They also do trade in on genuine windows xp computer. Can be any age and condition. As long as it has a readable genuine xp licence key attached they will accept. Pick up a broken cheap tower for 10 to 20 quid.
I thought they'd now stopped the any age XP computer trade in and all desktops had to be 7 years or less (I could be mistaken though)
#15
Yep they've stopped the xp trade in
#16
Where are the terms and conditions to say what type of systems they will accept to trade in?
#17
spannerzone
nipstyler
They also do trade in on genuine windows xp computer. Can be any age and condition. As long as it has a readable genuine xp licence key attached they will accept. Pick up a broken cheap tower for 10 to 20 quid.
I thought they'd now stopped the any age XP computer trade in and all desktops had to be 7 years or less (I could be mistaken though)


That maybe is the case now I bought a probook 450 for my mum just before Christmas and traded in a P4 hp media centre pc with xp no hard drive and was worth about 20 quid and got the trade in cashback.
#18
msaquib
Where are the terms and conditions to say what type of systems they will accept to trade in?
All they says is what I posted above.

For your Trade-in to qualify for the promotion it must be a working, complete and undamaged, (reasonable wear and tear accepted) Laptop (minimum 10” screen size), Tablet (minimum 9” screen size) or Desktop. Your Trade-in must be no more than 7 years old and complete with all accessories including working battery and power supply where applicable.
https://hp.tradeuptohp.com/gb/en/pages/tradein/terms
Section 13

I would suggest taking a couple photos of everything you send to them as some people have been told they didn't send the power supply and get deducted money from the trade in.

Edited By: spannerzone on Feb 19, 2017 12:11
#19
spannerzone
msaquib
Where are the terms and conditions to say what type of systems they will accept to trade in?
All they says is what I posted above.

For your Trade-in to qualify for the promotion it must be a working, complete and undamaged, (reasonable wear and tear accepted) Laptop (minimum 10” screen size), Tablet (minimum 9” screen size) or Desktop. Your Trade-in must be no more than 7 years old and complete with all accessories including working battery and power supply where applicable.
https://hp.tradeuptohp.com/gb/en/pages/tradein/terms
Section 13

I would suggest taking a couple photos of everything you send to them as some people have been told they didn't send the power supply and get deducted money from the trade in.


Just seen they no longer offer an xp machine trade it. Personally I wouldn't bother now because it's open to interpretation the grade of a computer and sometimes don't travel well. Plus I never give any of my old hard drives away. Was really simple before as long as it had an xp licence sticker... That was all they were bothered about.

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