HP 6735s Laptop £389.98 @ ebuyer - AMD Turion X2 Dual Core RM-72 2.1Ghz, 4GB 800DDR2, 250GB 15.4" DVD RW LightScribe Writer, WLAN, Webcam, Bluetooth 2.0+, Onboard ATI Radeon HD3200 Windows Vista Home Premium, MSO rdy - HotUKDeals
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HP 6735s Laptop £389.98 @ ebuyer - AMD Turion X2 Dual Core RM-72 2.1Ghz, 4GB 800DDR2, 250GB 15.4" DVD RW LightScribe Writer, WLAN, Webcam, Bluetooth 2.0+, Onboard ATI Radeon HD3200 Windows Vista Home Premium, MSO rdy

£389.98 @ Ebuyer
HP 6735s Laptop, AMD Turion X2 Dual Core RM-72 2.1Ghz, 4GB 800DDR2, 250GB 15.4" DVD RW LightScribe Writer, WLAN, Webcam, Bluetooth 2.0+, Onboard ATI Radeon HD3200 Windows Vista Home Premium, MSO rdy … Read More
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HP 6735s Laptop, AMD Turion X2 Dual Core RM-72 2.1Ghz, 4GB 800DDR2, 250GB 15.4" DVD RW LightScribe Writer, WLAN, Webcam, Bluetooth 2.0+, Onboard ATI Radeon HD3200 Windows Vista Home Premium, MSO rdy

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Processor
AMD TurionTM X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor
2.1-GHz

Memory
4GB
800DDR2
2DM (No Spare slots)

Drives
250GB SATA Hard Disk Drive
5400RPM
HP 3D DriveGuard Protection
Graphics Card

Intergrated Graphics ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3200 512MB


(The hard drive is mounted directly to the notebook frame, reducing the transmission of shock to the hard drive. Uses three-axis digital motion detection with intelligent sensitivity to help protect the hard drive during normal use from shock and vibration. The digital accelerometer temporarily halts all data transfer and parks the hard drive when abrupt motion is detected.)

DVD RW LightScribe Drive

Software Operating System
Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium
Display
15.4-inch diagonal WXGA
Audio
High Definition Audio support
Integrated stereo speakers
Integrated microphone
Stereo headphone/line out
Stereo microphone in

Networking
Broadcom 802.11b/g
56K Modem 10/100 NIC
Bluetooth 2.0
SD Card Reader

Input Devices
Keyboard 101/102-key compatible keyboard
Integrated numeric keypad
Touchpad with scroll zone
Two pick buttons
Webcam

Power
External 65-watt Smart AC adapter, 6-foot (1.8 meter) power cord included.
Total length including external AC adapter is 12 feet (3.66 meter).
HP Fast Charge*

*HP Fast Charge recharges your battery up to 90% within 90 minutes when the system is off. Warranty
1 year standard warranty
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#1
Must stop spending....

Hot!
#2
Good spec. bluetooth, card reader, lightscribe and web cam plus plenty of hard drive, processing power and memory make this a good bargain for the price in my book. Daughter will be happy now! Thanks for posting it.
#3
I was just gunna post this up, absoute bargain for the spec and features. cant recommend enough :) voted hot
1 Like #4
I million times hotter than the fujitsu and acers at similar prices listed on here, spec might be a bit lower but you know you have got a quality machine in a hp while if you buy one of the others you have an acer or a fushitsu
#5
Is the graphics card 'strong' or 'fast' enough for gaming?

I'm not talking inter-gallactic skud fighting on-line for 22 hours a day but more your gentle Sims 2 (and 3 when it comes out) for my daugther.
#6
diggergraves
Is the graphics card 'strong' or 'fast' enough for gaming?

I'm not talking inter-gallactic skud fighting on-line for 22 hours a day but more your gentle Sims 2 (and 3 when it comes out) for my daugther.




oh no i like a bit of skud fighting :-D
#7
diggergraves
Is the graphics card 'strong' or 'fast' enough for gaming?

I'm not talking inter-gallactic skud fighting on-line for 22 hours a day but more your gentle Sims 2 (and 3 when it comes out) for my daugther.


The graphics card in this is not amazing but it is probably the best of the onboard graphics cards that are available at the moment

This card would not cope with todays highend games but lets face the sim2 is not that and looking at it neither is the sims3. After doing a quick search on google I found that these specs have just been released by ea for sims 3

Laptop, XP Service Pack 2:

* Processor: Pentium IV 2.0 GHz / Athlon XP 2000+
* Memory: 1.5 GB
* GeForce Go 6200 / Radeon mobile 9600
* Graphics RAM: 128 MB

and if you go here http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Graphics-Cards-Benchmark-List.844.0.html you will see that the graphics card in this machine is nearly 20 places higher than the min one required so yes I think i should be fine for the sims games.
#8
#9
adchesney


it says up to £126 and i believe this is not a qualifing model, yes it might be a 6735s but there are quite a few 6735s out there but this is not one of the specific ones required for the offer.

From memory the cash back offer on the few 6735s that were in the offer were for £38 ie for free 3 year hardware support warranty. ie you buy the machine (£399) and the warranty (£38+vat) and then the would send you the £38 back, Even with out this offer this machine is a great price and i bet you can still get the warranty dirt cheap if you give hp a call.
#10
Still recovering from missing the Medion 13'' deal....This looks like it might fit the bill, all be it at nearly £200 more! :w00t:
#11
Ebuyer seem to have some really good deals for HP machines at the moment, no one else appears to be able to come close to their pricing.
#12
how does this processor compare to the one in the Samsung Argos deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=303897 ??
#13
shaggy
how does this processor compare to the one in the Samsung Argos deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=303897 ??


are you joking? it is the same processor.

as for the other specs, well the samsung has a better graphics card but not by much is one of the weakest dedicated cards out there (both machine are capable of playing HD video) the hp has 1gb more ram, a better optical drive and bluetooth and it is a hp. Never really heard what sumsungs are like for build quality and reliability but hp are up there with the best of them and there extended warranties are normally very cheap.
#14
Already been posted? - http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=303980

I know it says expired and a previous price but I did say in that thread (link to post). Don't know how to alert the mods or anything.

shaggy
how does this processor compare to the one in the Samsung Argos deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=303897 ??


They are both the same processor.
#15
nadzzz
Already been posted? - http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=303980

I know it says expired and a previous price but I did say in that thread (link to post). Don't know how to alert the mods or anything.



They are both the same processor.


if a deal goes cheaper than what the mods normally say expire the old priced one and create a new one at the lower price and that is just what has been done.

If you ever want to contact a mod a about a repost then the faqs state that you should mark the repost as spam and then use the report button (the reg trianagle sign next to the orginal post) and point out that it is a repost and include the orginal url.
1 Like #16
curofone
are you joking? it is the same processor.

as for the other specs, well the samsung has a better graphics card but not by much is one of the weakest dedicated cards out there (both machine are capable of playing HD video) the hp has 1gb more ram, a better optical drive and bluetooth and it is a hp. Never really heard what sumsungs are like for build quality and reliability but hp are up there with the best of them and there extended warranties are normally very cheap.


from the argos page its not very clear they are the same processors.

I have used the Samsung and i am really impressed. Its really slimline and the mousepad is really good. I think the Samsung also has Bluetooth . At this small price difference i won't bother getting the HP as I already have the samsung now.
1 Like #17
curofone
if a deal goes cheaper than what the mods normally say expire the old priced one and create a new one at the lower price and that is just what has been done.

If you ever want to contact a mod a about a repost then the faqs state that you should mark the repost as spam and then use the report button (the reg trianagle sign next to the orginal post) and point out that it is a repost and include the orginal url.


Oh, didn't know that, fair enough then.
#18
curofone
The graphics card in this is not amazing but it is probably the best of the onboard graphics cards that are available at the moment

This card would not cope with todays highend games but lets face the sim2 is not that and looking at it neither is the sims3. After doing a quick search on google I found that these specs have just been released by ea for sims 3

Laptop, XP Service Pack 2:

* Processor: Pentium IV 2.0 GHz / Athlon XP 2000+
* Memory: 1.5 GB
* GeForce Go 6200 / Radeon mobile 9600
* Graphics RAM: 128 MB

and if you go here http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Graphics-Cards-Benchmark-List.844.0.html you will see that the graphics card in this machine is nearly 20 places higher than the min one required so yes I think i should be fine for the sims games.


Thanks for your research curofone. Repped accordingly
1 Like #19
Been reviewing the different laptop deals on this site for last few days, this looks like the best - but I'm a bit of a novice with the spec's etc - like the fact it's HP & large RAM

Is E-Buyer reputable?
Should I be concerned whether the processor is intel or AMD?
Also, as it's got lightscribe, do I [B]HAVE to buy lightscribe discs? not really fussed for labels etc so would prefer to use normal discs & just write on in pen

Any help appreciated - currently banging my head against the wall as to which of the 6/7 current deals on HUKD to plump for? not fussed for much gaming or blue ray so think this is best of the lot?

Cheers
#20
So is this the best sub £400 laptop available?

Better than:
1. The Acer from Cdiscount (now with ATi graphics)?
2. The Fujitsi Siemens from Comet?
3. Better than the Samsung from Argos?

I have £400 burning a hole in my pocket just not sure which one to go for.
#21
not.bothered
Been reviewing the different laptop deals on this site for last few days, this looks like the best - but I'm a bit of a novice with the spec's etc - like the fact it's HP & large RAM

Is E-Buyer reputable?
Should I be concerned whether the processor is intel or AMD?
Also, as it's got lightscribe, do I [B]HAVE to buy lightscribe discs? not really fussed for labels etc so would prefer to use normal discs & just write on in pen

Any help appreciated - currently banging my head against the wall as to which of the 6/7 current deals on HUKD to plump for? not fussed for much gaming or blue ray so think this is best of the lot?

Cheers


ebuyer are top calss been using them for over 5 years one of the best for pc bits.
dont think you find much better for this price and it does not really matter amd v intel (depending what ur going to use it for)
#22
not.bothered


Is E-Buyer reputable?
Should I be concerned whether the processor is intel or AMD?
Also, as it's got lightscribe, do I [B]HAVE to buy lightscribe discs? not really fussed for labels etc so would prefer to use normal discs & just write on in pen

Cheers


I haven't had any problems with ebuyer in the past.

Regarding the processor brand: its not so much intel vs AMD, but more the different subclasses of processor. intel core 2 duo is better than pentium and celeron, and likewise AMD Turion is better than sempron.

The lightscribe feature is simply in addition to the standard DVD burning capability, so you should be able to use normal discs fine.
#23
ebuyer is fine would recommend them.

Dual core 2 duo are generally better than their rivals processors at this moment in time.
5 Likes #24
Right i am going to try answering bother of the last two posts here.

not.bothered

Is E-Buyer reputable?
Should I be concerned whether the processor is intel or AMD?
Also, as it's got lightscribe, do I [B]HAVE to buy lightscribe discs? not really fussed for labels etc so would prefer to use normal discs & just write on in pen

Any help appreciated - currently banging my head against the wall as to which of the 6/7 current deals on HUKD to plump for? not fussed for much gaming or blue ray so think this is best of the lot?
Cheers


Is ebuyer reputable, yes very, they are a very big online retailer and I have used them many times and will contiune to do so. I order a hard drive from them on xmas day afternoon and picked there standard free delievery which states within 5 working days to arrive and was delievered this morning by a city link courier which by my count was 1 working day.

Should you be concered wheather the processor is intel or AMD, to be honest noI have almost always had AMD processors and they have all done what they said on the tin never had one fail. The lastest intel processors are probably a bit better than the AMD but i promise you that you would never tell.

Do you have to buy LightScribe disks, simple answer no you can burn any disks but obviously if want to label the disc then yes.

grwill67
So is this the best sub £400 laptop available?

Better than:
1. The Acer from Cdiscount (now with ATi graphics)?
2. The Fujitsi Siemens from Comet?
3. Better than the Samsung from Argos?

I have £400 burning a hole in my pocket just not sure which one to go for.


Is this the best laptop for £400? Personally I think yes, as far as i am concered you can not put price on quality. The Acer,Fujitsu and the samsung probably have very slightly stronger spec then this machine as they have a dediacted graphics chip but that graphics chip is probably the cheapest dedicated graphics chip on the market. None of these 4 machine will cope with brand new games like crysis but all are good for everyday computing and all will cope with things like HD video.

From my experience in working somewhere that use to repair computers Acers are normally good for the first year and the something happens to them in the second and the die plus i really do not trust their build quality, we use to get a lot of acers booked in. At the end of the day acers are normally cheap for the specs they offer so you have to wonder where they cut the corners to make it that cheap. Fujitsu we use to call fushitsu becuase they break so often and as for samsung well i have no experience of them at all. HP well you hardly ever saw one of them break down and that is amazing considering the are the best selling home computers in the world. if there are loads sold you would expect more to break just by the law of averages but i guess not. HP also normally offer dirt cheap warranties on these machines to they must be confident they will not fail.

Personally i would go for the HP might not be the best spec of the 4 machines but i bet you will do using long ever the others have died.

Btw i am sure someone else has replied since i started this post but has taken me a while to write. Hope my advices helps
#25
Thanks Curofone for your advice it is extremely helpful and i will take it into consideration before i make my final decision.

Rep added.
#26
grwill67
So is this the best sub £400 laptop available?

Better than:
1. The Acer from Cdiscount (now with ATi graphics)?
2. The Fujitsi Siemens from Comet?
3. Better than the Samsung from Argos?

I have £400 burning a hole in my pocket just not sure which one to go for.


I tried looking up these deals but the ineptitude of the search engine made me want to hurt myself.

However assuming they are all in the same price range it seems unlikely there is a better deal than this.

There is no way I would recommend an Acer over an HP and the same would probably apply to a Fujitsu unless it was all singing all dancing.

As for the Sammy I can't really comment having had no experience with them. They do appear to be style over substance in many cases though that will vary from model to model.

If this were my £400 I would buy the HP in a second. As far as performance, reliability and looks go HP rule the market and at £400 this is a steal.
#27
curofone
Right i am going to try answering bother of the last two posts here.


None of these 4 machine will cope with brand new games like crysis but all are good for everyday computing and all will cope with things like HD video.



Au Contraire....

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3pAr3sgnCJo
#28
Is warranty included?
#29
I'd recommend having a look here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/303417/acer-aspire-5930g-2ghz-c2d-9600m-gt/
Hugely better spec for less money.

curofone;3895954
are you joking? it is the same processor.

as for the other specs, well the samsung has a better graphics card but not by much is one of the weakest dedicated cards out there (both machine are capable of playing HD video) the hp has 1gb more ram, a better optical drive and bluetooth and it is a hp. Never really heard what sumsungs are like for build quality and reliability but hp are up there with the best of them and there extended warranties are normally very cheap.
Not by much? The 3470 blows away the 3200 - the 3200 is pretty much the cheapest dedicated chip you can buy.

As far as performance *1, reliability *2 and looks *3 go HP rule the market and at £400 this is a steal.*4

1 - No.
2 - Could well be the case, but remember the cost level of laptops. This is a low-end HP and as such will use low-end parts. Compare a Dell Inspiron to a Latitude to a Precision, and an Acer Extensa to a TravelMate to an Aspire.
3 - Really? My 5930G looks pretty sweet.
4 - It's about the right price for a cheap entry-level laptop.
#30
I was thinking of buying this one also, though i've just come across another laptop thats tempting me. Toshiba A200-2BO (£390.50 at Tesco) ive put up a post on it anyway.
#31
Wicked Lester


lol i stand correct on the games then but look at the graphics setting it is on, what i should say is none of these will play modern games like crysis with anything but min graphics settings.

a2b
Is warranty included?


You will get a one year warranty and you will probably be able to buy a 3 year extended warranty straight from hp or ebuyer for around £50 but i have not checked those prices out for def.

mr.velvet
Not by much? The 3470 blows away the 3200 - the 3200 is pretty much the cheapest dedicated chip you can buy.

Anyway, I'd recommend having a look here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/303417/acer-aspire-5930g-2ghz-c2d-9600m-gt/
Hugely better spec for less money.


The 3200HD is not a dedicated chip it is onboard, and yes i agree that the dedicated chip is better but it is not massively better it is still only going to be able to play modern games at lower graphics specs. Plus onboard graphics hardly ever fail while dedicated chips do.

As for the acer yes that is a great spec for the money only problem is that it is a refurb which means the machine has already failed once and been repaired and also i believe that dabs only give 30 day warranties with their acer refurbs so personally i would say a way from that even thought is is a very good spec for the money, also there is none in stock so you could not buy if you want to anymore
1 Like #32
Cheers for everyone's advice, has been most helpful

Will be ordering the HP - are there any codes or offers with them at moment? not fussed either way but if there is may as well take advantage

heat added - but what's all this rep added about?
#33
do those laptops come with international warranty ?
i'm thinking of buying this for someone who lives outside EU. warranty is a bit of a concern:thinking:
#34
not.bothered
Cheers for everyone's advice, has been most helpful

Will be ordering the HP - are there any codes or offers with them at moment? not fussed either way but if there is may as well take advantage

heat added - but what's all this rep added about?


Do not think that there are any codes on this at the moment am sorry for that but this is still a great price. As for the rep well there should a pic of some scales not to every posters name and by the original poster if you like what a poster has said or you like other that has been posted then press the pic of the scales and right a little comment (or dont) and leave some rep. The more rep points you more heat you can add/take away from a deal.

Nayana
do those laptops come with international warranty ?
i'm thinking of buying this for someone who lives outside EU. warranty is a bit of a concern:thinking:


Take a look at this page
http://h40059.www4.hp.com/warranty/information/faq.php#33

Like it says i believe that most hp warrienties are global as long as there is a service centre in that country but best double check with hp and give them a call first.
#35
curofone
Right i am going to try answering bother of the last two posts here.



Is ebuyer reputable, yes very, they are a very big online retailer and I have used them many times and will contiune to do so. I order a hard drive from them on xmas day afternoon and picked there standard free delievery which states within 5 working days to arrive and was delievered this morning by a city link courier which by my count was 1 working day.

Should you be concered wheather the processor is intel or AMD, to be honest noI have almost always had AMD processors and they have all done what they said on the tin never had one fail. The lastest intel processors are probably a bit better than the AMD but i promise you that you would never tell.

Do you have to buy LightScribe disks, simple answer no you can burn any disks but obviously if want to label the disc then yes.



Is this the best laptop for £400? Personally I think yes, as far as i am concered you can not put price on quality. The Acer,Fujitsu and the samsung probably have very slightly stronger spec then this machine as they have a dediacted graphics chip but that graphics chip is probably the cheapest dedicated graphics chip on the market. None of these 4 machine will cope with brand new games like crysis but all are good for everyday computing and all will cope with things like HD video.

From my experience in working somewhere that use to repair computers Acers are normally good for the first year and the something happens to them in the second and the die plus i really do not trust their build quality, we use to get a lot of acers booked in. At the end of the day acers are normally cheap for the specs they offer so you have to wonder where they cut the corners to make it that cheap. Fujitsu we use to call fushitsu becuase they break so often and as for samsung well i have no experience of them at all. HP well you hardly ever saw one of them break down and that is amazing considering the are the best selling home computers in the world. if there are loads sold you would expect more to break just by the law of averages but i guess not. HP also normally offer dirt cheap warranties on these machines to they must be confident they will not fail.

Personally i would go for the HP might not be the best spec of the 4 machines but i bet you will do using long ever the others have died.

Btw i am sure someone else has replied since i started this post but has taken me a while to write. Hope my advices helps


Curofone, thanks for your informative post. You are obviously quite knowledgeable, thereofore I wonder whether youo could shed some light on the heat that these processors shed. I am fed up with my laptop buring a hole in my leg, although to be honest it is 5 years old. It is quite important to that its replacement runs reasonably cool.

I did a bit on this matter and it seems to be suggest that the best processor for staying cool is the core 2 duo, would you agree? Also do you have experience of the AMD Turion with reagrds to this?

Battery is also quite important to me


With this in mind I am also looking at this

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/306807/hp-6730s-core-2-duo-t5870-2-0ghz-3g/

This has a smaller HD (which doesn't bother me), but it has the Core 2 Duo processor. It also has a 6 cell battery (the HP 6735s doesn't mention what it has) and finally it support 802.11 n.

I have pretty much made up my mind to get one of these or spend a bit extra and get a Dell Studio 15.

Any additional comments / thoughts would be appreciated

Simon:)
#36
curofone;3900424
As for the acer yes that is a great spec for the money only problem is that it is a refurb which means the machine has already failed once and been repaired
Repaired and tested by Acer. New motherboard and touchpad board for mine.
and also i believe that dabs only give 30 day warranties with their acer refurbs so personally i would say a way from that even thought is is a very good spec for the money
30 day warranty from Dabs. You could of course use the Acer warranty that comes in the box.
, also there is none in stock so you could not buy if you want to anymore
Well - it was in stock earlier on. Obviously someone bought it!

I like how it went from 32degs to 27 just after I linked to it though.
#37
Is this laptop alot better than this one below?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/304365/dell-1545-laptop-intel-core-2-duo-3/

I ordered it on xmas day so got it for the £359.10 but don't know if i should cancel and go for the HP instead.
#38
First time buying laptop. And thinking of buying it.. Last year i was given an inspiron 1501 Dell, and it's rubbish.. is this worth it and should i go for it?? just cos iv not bought a laptop before and dont really understand whats needed.. but it sounds good...... so think i shud go 4 it........
#39
The one and only thing that is stopping me from buying this laptop for my daughter is the nagging suspicion that on New Years Day there might be a great deal from Dell or a 1 day price reduction elsewhere ... I'm keeping my powder dry until then!
1 Like #40
wacsa;3900797
Is this laptop alot better than this one below?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/304365/dell-1545-laptop-intel-core-2-duo-3/

I ordered it on xmas day so got it for the £359.10 but don't know if i should cancel and go for the HP instead.
Not worth the extra cash for the 1GB RAM and larger HDD. The CPU in the Dell is also a better chip.

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