This is a Chromebook with a 14" full HD non-IPS screen. It is the cheapest new Chromebook I can find with a full HD screen. The price was initially £276. This has now dropped to £252 (it was £240 for a bit).
The specification is:
Intel Celeron N2940 (1.83GHz, 2MB), 35.56 cm (14 ") FHD SVA eDP WLED UWVA anti-glare (1920 x 1080), 4GB (1 x 4GB) DDR3L SDRAM, 32GB eMMC, Intel HD Graphics, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, webcam, Chrome OS
A Chromebook is really good for the stuff that you can do in a WWW browser. You get a nice screen and a proper keyboard. It has a low power CPU so the battery life is good, but it has a lightweight operating system which is responsive, even with a slow CP. You might need to choose a printer carefully, as not all will work simply from a Chromebook.
The good bits are that you can turn them on and be ready to type in 10 seconds, and you get none of the maintenance, update and malware hassles from Windows.
PC World has an Acer CB3-431 for £280http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/acer-cb3-431-14-full-hd-chromebook-silver-10148244-pdt.html
which has an aluminium case, and a full HD screen but it doesn't have very wide viewing angles.
Technoworld are an HP Gold partner, based in London. They seem to have a reasonable reputation.