HP 6735s AMD X2 RM-70 2GHz, 3GB RAM, 250GB HDD, 15.4" DVDRW LS, 6 Cell Battery, Webcam, Bluetooth, ATI 3200, VistaHome - £349.98 delivered @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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HP 6735s AMD X2 RM-70 2GHz, 3GB RAM, 250GB HDD, 15.4" DVDRW LS, 6 Cell Battery, Webcam, Bluetooth, ATI 3200, VistaHome - £349.98 delivered @ ebuyer

£349.98 @ Ebuyer
Good & relatively light (~2.5kg) laptop at just reduced price (usually approx.£50-60 more) HP 6735s AMD Turion X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor RM-70 2.0 GHz, 1 MB L2 cache ,AMD M780G Chipset … Read More
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Good & relatively light (~2.5kg) laptop at just reduced price (usually approx.£50-60 more)

HP 6735s

AMD Turion X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor RM-70 2.0 GHz,
1 MB L2 cache ,AMD M780G Chipset

3072M 800DDR2 2DM , Upgradeable to 8192 MB maximum

Hard Drive 250GB, 5400RPM

LightScribe DVD+/-RW SuperMulti

Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista Premium

15.4 WXGA Display 1280 x 800 WXGA

Onboard ATI Radeon HD3200

Integrated microphone
56K MDC 1.5 6735s Modem
Broadcom 802.11b/g
Bluetooth 2.0+
LAN Marvell Ethernet PCI Controller (10/100 NIC)

6 Cell 47Whr Battery
External 65W HP Smart AC adapter, HP Fast Charge Technology
4 x USB 2.0 ports,
LAN,VGA
1 ExpressCard/54 slot,
Media Card Reader
Webcam


http://www.ebuyer.com/product/158888 - correct link
- spobby
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#1
changed,cheers spobby :thumbsup:
#2
Noisy as other HPs?
#3
Oxygene
Noisy as other HPs?


At the price it is going for i wouldn't really care.

good to see a laptop under £350 with decent specs(normally let down by a celeron/sempron processor or intel on board graphics)
1 Like #4
no problem
#5
Oxygene
Noisy as other HPs?



I do not know, I have HP6830s and it's absolutely fine.
#6
Nice price.
#7
good price for spec, however im waiting for the next model up to decrease in price http://www.ebuyer.com/product/158887/

Cheers.
#8
Very nice spec for the price, and a respectable retailer. I've been looking for a laptop around this level for a while, and this has been around the top of my list since seeing it.
#9
audioporno
At the price it is going for i wouldn't really care.

good to see a laptop under £350 with decent specs(normally let down by a celeron/sempron processor or intel on board graphics)


It's actually a really, really mediocre processor according to practically any comparison site. You can get machines with significantly better ones in this price range, although admittedly usually without the Radeon card. But then the HD3200 is pretty weak as well, so not sure that's much of a bonus.

It's a reasonable machine for the money, but I wouldn't call it much of a deal.
#10
6735s is certainly one of the best selling laptops in the UK...
1 Like #11
Richyyy
It's actually a really, really mediocre processor according to practically any comparison site. You can get machines with significantly better ones in this price range, although admittedly usually without the Radeon card. But then the HD3200 is pretty weak as well, so not sure that's much of a bonus.

It's a reasonable machine for the money, but I wouldn't call it much of a deal.


Such kind of sweeping statement is usually accompanied by a list of link.

Basically, this is a dual core laptop with the best integrated graphics on the market, 3GB, 250GB memory, a 6-cell battery, vista home premium (not basic) for under £350. If you can find anything better (and new), please feel free to post it
#12
siliconbits
Such kind of sweeping statement is usually accompanied by a list of link.

Basically, this is a dual core laptop with the best integrated graphics on the market, 3GB, 250GB memory, a 6-cell battery, vista home premium (not basic) for under £350. If you can find anything better (and new), please feel free to post it


As other ppl have mentioned, for £350 I dont think there is a better deal!
I have been looking for a month or so now and I couldnt find anything, as usually for the price it was a Celeron or only 1GB ram, or no web cam or a crappy battery and lastly Vista Basic!!

Id be interested to see someone put up a link for a better laptop for £350.

Cheers.
#13
siliconbits
Such kind of sweeping statement is usually accompanied by a list of link.

Basically, this is a dual core laptop with the best integrated graphics on the market, 3GB, 250GB memory, a 6-cell battery, vista home premium (not basic) for under £350. If you can find anything better (and new), please feel free to post it


http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_list.php

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Processors-Benchmarklist.2436.0.html

My apologies for not providing initially. You can get various machines in this price range with t3400 processors, rated significantly higher by both those sites. I don't really see the point in the HD3200 because it's not good enough to make it any real kind of gaming laptop, so personally I'd prefer to just stick with an integrated Intel graphics chip.

So I'd prefer something like this - http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?prodID=B209931&viewSpec=y&showold=#productTop - which is actually cheaper if you add in the £50 Toshiba cashback still available for the next couple of days. Add in the extra gig of RAM yourself if you really want 3 rather than 2, and for me it's a better machine.

All just an opinion though. Like I said originally, it's a reasonable machine at a decent price; perrsonally I just don't think it's that great a deal.
#14
I thought the integrated Intel GMA 4500M wasnt very good and defo not powerful enough for a decent game?

I personally wouldnt play games on a PC as I have a PS3, so its not a deal breaker for me.

Cheers.
#15
Great deal if you missed out on the Dell Vostro 1520 a few days ago.
#16
seems a good deal, obviously not the cutting edge, perfectly good for almost everyone but gamers, who aren't remotely in the same price bracket, although the slightly better spec'd 4GB, 320GB HD version would be my starting point.

the tosh you linked to richy,has a comparable processor, but less mem and a smaller HD, even with £50 discount its only a few quid cheaper, for a lower spec, seems a bit of a no brainer really if anyone's in the market for a cheapo laptop that'll stay useful for a few years.
#17
siliconbits
Basically, this is a dual core laptop with the best integrated graphics on the market, 3GB
It is kind of weird to put 3 GB into it - that would be two 1 GB and two 512 MB modules, I guess. If you want to upgrade, you have to through them all out - and reinstall Windows in the 64bit version. It would have been better (and more energy efficient) to include two 2 GB modules, and give you an option of having a 64bit OS already installed.

Otherwise it is quite a nice offer.
#18
parsley
seems a good deal, obviously not the cutting edge, perfectly good for almost everyone but gamers, who aren't remotely in the same price bracket, although the slightly better spec'd 4GB, 320GB HD version would be my starting point.

the tosh you linked to richy,has a comparable processor, but less mem and a smaller HD, even with £50 discount its only a few quid cheaper, for a lower spec, seems a bit of a no brainer really if anyone's in the market for a cheapo laptop that'll stay useful for a few years.


Agreed, this deal also has extras such as webcam, bluetooth and is lighter
#19
Tommy2
It is kind of weird to put 3 GB into it - that would be two 1 GB and two 512 MB modules, I guess. If you want to upgrade, you have to through them all out - and reinstall Windows in the 64bit version. It would have been better (and more energy efficient) to include two 2 GB modules, and give you an option of having a 64bit OS already installed.

Otherwise it is quite a nice offer.


Laptops usually have 2 memory banks.This one has got 1gb + 2gb.You do not have to reinstall Windows after memory upgrade.

I have never seen free optional 64bit OS coming with budget or middle-end notebooks.
#20
Richyyy
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_list.php

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Processors-Benchmarklist.2436.0.html

So I'd prefer something like this - http://www.lambda-tek.com/componentshop/index.pl?prodID=B209931&viewSpec=y&showold=#productTop - which is actually cheaper if you add in the £50 Toshiba cashback still available for the next couple of days. Add in the extra gig of RAM yourself if you really want 3 rather than 2, and for me it's a better machine.

All just an opinion though. Like I said originally, it's a reasonable machine at a decent price; perrsonally I just don't think it's that great a deal.


Sorry, edit my fault.It comes with £50 cashback but... none in stock and the promotion lasts until tomorrow :)
#21
I bought one of these a while back for my dad. Its a nice bit of kit. It has a nice feel to it, which I think is important in a laptop. The spec is as good as you are going to find in this price range. So if you want a nice laptop for as less money as possible, this will do you.
#22
I have one of these and bought it from ebuyer at christmas for £399, my brother in-law also bought one we both have not complants. HOT
#23
komakino
Great deal if you missed out on the Dell Vostro 1520 a few days ago.


I can't seem to find that deal - can u please post a link?
#24
dickslash
I can't seem to find that deal - can u please post a link?


http://hotukdeals.com/item/407362/vostro-1520-15-4-display-core-2-duo/
#25
Hi, before I order, can anyone confirm I Can charge this from my car cigarette charger, I dont always have access to mains to rely on a cigar charger ? will this be OK
#26
7777777
Sorry, edit my fault.It comes with £50 cashback but... none in stock and the promotion lasts until tomorrow :)

That Toshiba cashback promotion has actually been extended to June 30th (just hasn't been reflected on anyone's website except Toshiba's yet), but yeah, I only noticed it was sold out on that website after I linked. It's available other places for only a few quid more if anyone's interested in it.

And yeah, it has less memory and a smaller hard drive, but a better processor (how much better we could all argue till the cows come home). HP has bluetooth; Toshiba are running another promotion right now where if it goes wrong inside warranty you get it repaired and get your money back. Everything else is pretty comparable (webcam, built in mic, same res screen etc.). You pays your money and you takes your choice, as they say ;).
#27
Very close to purchasing this and would do but it does not have HDMI.

Otherwise a nice spec for the price but I have to have HDMI for playback on HDTVs.
#28
Hi,

I was about to order but came across this which looks like a bargain - not really sure which to go for. This is for £449 delivered.

InspironTM1545 (N0654509)

COLOUR CHOICE Black Colour with Matte Finish edit
PROCESSOR Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T6400 (2.0 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 2 MB L2 Cache) edit
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium SP1(64 BIT) - English edit
OFFICE SOFTWARE Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word) edit
HARDWARE SUPPORT 1Yr In-Home Warranty Support, including evenings and Saturdays edit
WEBCAM 1.3 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera edit
LCD 15.6" Widescreen WXGA WLED (1366 x 768) TFT Display with TrueLife™ edit
MEMORY 4096MB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x2048] edit
HARD DRIVE 320GB (5,400rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive edit
GRAPHICS CARD 256MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD4330 edit
OPTICAL DRIVE DVD +/- RW Drive (read/write CD & DVD) edit
PRIMARY BATTERY 6-cell battery edit

What would you go for?
#29
WetHungryHippo
Hi,

I was about to order but came across this which looks like a bargain - not really sure which to go for. This is for £449 delivered.

InspironTM1545 (N0654509)

COLOUR CHOICE Black Colour with Matte Finish edit
PROCESSOR Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T6400 (2.0 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 2 MB L2 Cache) edit
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium SP1(64 BIT) - English edit
OFFICE SOFTWARE Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word) edit
HARDWARE SUPPORT 1Yr In-Home Warranty Support, including evenings and Saturdays edit
WEBCAM 1.3 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera edit
LCD 15.6" Widescreen WXGA WLED (1366 x 768) TFT Display with TrueLife™ edit
MEMORY 4096MB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x2048] edit
HARD DRIVE 320GB (5,400rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive edit
GRAPHICS CARD 256MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD4330 edit
OPTICAL DRIVE DVD +/- RW Drive (read/write CD & DVD) edit
PRIMARY BATTERY 6-cell battery edit

What would you go for?


That laptop deal is £449 which defeats the object of a hot deal surely :whistling:
#30
WetHungryHippo
Hi,

I was about to order but came across this which looks like a bargain - not really sure which to go for. This is for £449 delivered.

InspironTM1545 (N0654509)

COLOUR CHOICE Black Colour with Matte Finish edit
PROCESSOR Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T6400 (2.0 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 2 MB L2 Cache) edit
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium SP1(64 BIT) - English edit
OFFICE SOFTWARE Microsoft® Works 9.0 / English - (Does not include Microsoft® Word) edit
HARDWARE SUPPORT 1Yr In-Home Warranty Support, including evenings and Saturdays edit
WEBCAM 1.3 Mega pixel Integrated Web Camera edit
LCD 15.6" Widescreen WXGA WLED (1366 x 768) TFT Display with TrueLife™ edit
MEMORY 4096MB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x2048] edit
HARD DRIVE 320GB (5,400rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive edit
GRAPHICS CARD 256MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD4330 edit
OPTICAL DRIVE DVD +/- RW Drive (read/write CD & DVD) edit
PRIMARY BATTERY 6-cell battery edit

What would you go for?


If £££ not an issue, then certainly this Dell. GPU wise much powerful, c2d CPU, imo better than AMD. 4gb RAM. 64bit OS to make use of the 4gb RAM.
#31
exStudent
If £££ not an issue, then certainly this Dell. GPU wise much powerful, c2d CPU, imo better than AMD. 4gb RAM. 64bit OS to make use of the 4gb RAM.


I am on a tight budget - but is it worth spending the extra £100 for the extra ram and cpu?
#32
WetHungryHippo
I am on a tight budget - but is it worth spending the extra £100 for the extra ram and cpu?


NO. The whole idea is to get the most 'bang for your buck'.
So the OP deal is better.

`Cheers
#33
MINANTRA
NO. The whole idea is to get the most 'bang for your buck'.
So the OP deal is better.

`Cheers


Thanks minantra - and thanks OP voted hot.
#34
I have a Medion Akoya, can I have a 6735S instead? I Chose the wrong PC!

Turion is not fast, but Akoya is awful in relation to holding a wifi signal (my NC10 can almost go twice the range and still hold a signal) and has an awful touch pad. I think it was designed and built by idiots called Fushitsu!

This HP was £410 after Xmas so I would buy one right now!
#35
WetHungryHippo
I am on a tight budget - but is it worth spending the extra £100 for the extra ram and cpu?


Certainly not, the HP is a good enough laptop to do many things apart from serious gaming, other than that it will fly at most tasks. RAM can be upgraded cheaply if and when needed.
#36
I very much like HP laptops and as I have said previously would probably go for this one if it had and HDMI port.

I am seriously considering waiting for Windows 7 to come as standard on new laptops.

Then again a Windows 7 laptop may be rather expensive to begin with and may stay that way for 6 months at least.
banned#37
Good deal...maybe THIS is the one im after??
banned#38
MINANTRA
That laptop deal is £449 which defeats the object of a hot deal surely

MINANTRA
NO. The whole idea is to get the most 'bang for your buck'.
So the OP deal is better.

`Cheers


WRONG. As you said, the whole idea is to get the most 'bang for your buck'. That DOESNT mean just taking whichever is the cheapest else the phrase would be 'whatever bang for the least buck' - and everyone would just submit steaming piles of turds as 'hot deals' just because they're 'cheap'...

If you want the faster processor, more memory, 64 bit windows, better integrated graphics, bigger hard drive, then the Dell is more 'bang for your buck'. To upgrade to these components individually afterwards, would cost a hell of a lot more than £100

Something isn't a deal just because its cheap. It's a deal because it represents good value for money. Which in my opinion, both this HP and the Dell do - just depends on which covers your personal needs.
banned#39
B0rker
I very much like HP laptops and as I have said previously would probably go for this one if it had and HDMI port.

I am seriously considering waiting for Windows 7 to come as standard on new laptops.

Then again a Windows 7 laptop may be rather expensive to begin with and may stay that way for 6 months at least.


No, they won't be.

Windows 7 will cost roughly the same to license as Vista. It is just a swapover to OEMs preinstalling 7 instead of Vista. There will be pretty much no difference in price.
#40
I bought one of these for a relative on Monday and received it this Thursday.
Fingers crossed it can take the punishment it will be dealt from an 81yr old!!

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