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HP Laptop with AMD Athlon dual core processor 2.1GHz, 3GB DDR 3 RAM, 250GB Hard disk and ATI Mobility Radeon for just £279.99 delivered

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The HP G56 Notebook PC leads the trend of consumer notebooks. With its outstanding next-generation industrial design, it’s environmentally conscious and easy to maintain – so it not only looks good, it’ll make you feel good, too.

Next-generation architecture for new levels of performance and multi-tasking. This notebook offers full PC functionality, power and performance, so you can get everyday tasks done quickly and easily. Enjoy fun, freedom and productivity while you work, explore the web, watch films or keep in touch with friends.

It’s easy to do more and stay connected if you have the right notebook. Stay connected with family and friends with Wi-Fi and an integrated webcam. This notebook gives high-definition viewing on a 39.6 cm (15.6”) screen – and of course you can manage and share your photos and videos, too.

Enjoy reliability and enhanced security for your digital world, out of the box, including anti-virus software. You can rely on trusted and proved technology from HP, your trusted partner.

Processor
AMD Athlon II P320 2.1GHz Dual Core
Level 2 cache 1 MB
Memory 3GB DDR3 1066MHz
Configuration: 1GB + 2GB
2 x soDIMM slot
Hard Drive
250GB SATA 5400rpm
Optical Drive
DVD Reader/Writer, Dual Layer Lightscribe
Software Operating System: Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
HP Setup
HP Advisor
HP Support Assistant
Omnifone MusicStation
Cyberlink DVD Suite
Cyberlink Power DVD
Cyberlink YouCam
Windows Live Applications
HP Games Console with hours of free game play
Norton Online Backup (30-day trial)

Display
15.6” HD BrightView – LED Backlit
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Graphics
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 Graphics
up to 1405 MB total available graphics memory
Audio
Integrated Stereo Speakers
Input Devices
Full size keyboard with One touch launch keys and Action keys
Touch Pad with On/Off button and 2-way Scroll pad support
Networking
WLAN 802.11 b/g/n
LAN: Integrated 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN
Power Supply
6 Cell Li-Ion Battery
2.2AHr 47WHr
Dimensions
Depth 24.6 cm
Width 37.4 cm
Height 3.28 cm (min) / 3.78 cm (max)
Weight 2.55 kg
Interfaces
1 x VGA port
1 x microphone-in
3 x USB 2.0 ports
1 x RJ45 ethernet port
Warranty / Miscellaneous
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Webcam with Integrated Digital Microphone (VGA)
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#1
Seems a great price for a Hp with dedicated graphics. Hot from me.
#2
this doesnt have dedicated gfx its onboard shared still seems a good price
#3
Great spec and price. But you can get exactly the same spec with a Compaq badge (the chassis is more or less the same!) with an extra years warranty for only £10 more with Quidco: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/compaq-cq56-110sa-laptop-amd-athlon/834201/
#4
tickedon
Great spec and price. But you can get exactly the same spec with a Compaq badge (the chassis is more or less the same!) with an extra years warranty for only £10 more with Quidco: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/compaq-cq56-110sa-laptop-amd-athlon/834201/


£10 extra seems worth it to me for an extra year of warranty!

Edited By: SeanUSX on Dec 26, 2010 12:54
#5
I would have ordered this if it wasn't AMD

Had 2 AMD HP laptops - never again
#6
greg55678
I would have ordered this if it wasn't AMD

Had 2 AMD HP laptops - never again


Whats wrong with them? Looking into getting this or something similar so any help appreciated :)
4 Likes #7
LifeForHire
greg55678
I would have ordered this if it wasn't AMD

Had 2 AMD HP laptops - never again


Whats wrong with them? Looking into getting this or something similar so any help appreciated :)


All HP laptops that had a Nvidia GPU would stop working after about a year, this was down to the GPU getting to hot and the solder balls under the chip would melt / become soft and crack or just no longer make good contact between the GPU and mother board. Its the same problem that you find with the xbox 360 (RROD) or the PS3 (YLOD). HP refuse to fix the laptops and for that reason I will do everything I can to warn people about HP and the sh*t laptops they hand out. Its the same for Sony my PS3 broke with the YLOD and I don't see why I should buy another PS3 when I never broke it. The problem was a manufacturing defect. The 3 companies I will never buy again from are 1.Sony (Once were good but now are cheap and nasty)
2.HP ( Take the money and RUN)
3.Acer (A bunch of very rude tech people. The laptops Acer sell seem to be very slow and I was told they sometimes have the same problem as HP)

One last thing HP and Compaq are the same people so best to stay away with both. I know people are going to disagree with what I have said but this is my experience but you can just Google and you will see that its not just me.

Merry Christmas everyone :)
#8
A bit extreme maybe? ^^ I think if this was such a recognised problem it would have been a lot more heavily voiced. Likewise, bear in mind the vast and I mean seriously vast number of products by these companies will be absolutely fine. Most xbox's do not experience the red ring of death, and ps3 ylod is even rarer. You may hear of a few people (or even alot) of people complaining but bear in mind, this is only people with problems. The people who have no problems aren't all going to come on and state about their working consoles are they? Plus, you may be right in saying there can be a problem.... but I think it is rare. Certainly from what I hear, and I know my tech stuff - HP and Acer are pretty reliable machines. Whereas brands like toshiba (and even dell) tend to have bad reputations for this type of thing. As pc manufacturers go, I would even go as far as to say acer and hp are some of the most respected and reliable manufacturers.

I'm not saying your wrong but frankly, I don't think your making a very reasonable point. It's pretty ridiculous to say Acer's "seem to be very slow" - likewise you rule out HP as they "take the money and run". Oh... and just for the record so far you have ruled out....

- HP
-Compaq
-Acer
-Sony (Consoles and Laptops)
-Microsoft (Xbox)

You don't exactly leave yourself many options do you? Stop scare-scaremongering people... these products will be fine. I don't see your point.... what are you saying - never buy an xbox or a ps3 again in case you are one of a rare few with a problem? There are always going to be some defective products, but if it was as wide scale as you make out there would be product recalls, court cases and investigations. Plus - what do you think the warranty (inc parts and labour) are for? :P

Edited By: williamj1 on Dec 26, 2010 16:46
#9
rew632
LifeForHire
greg55678
I would have ordered this if it wasn't AMD

Had 2 AMD HP laptops - never again


Whats wrong with them? Looking into getting this or something similar so any help appreciated :)


All HP laptops that had a Nvidia GPU would stop working after about a year, this was down to the GPU getting to hot and the solder balls under the chip would melt / become soft and crack or just no longer make good contact between the GPU and mother board. Its the same problem that you find with the xbox 360 (RROD) or the PS3 (YLOD). HP refuse to fix the laptops and for that reason I will do everything I can to warn people about HP and the sh*t laptops they hand out. Its the same for Sony my PS3 broke with the YLOD and I don't see why I should buy another PS3 when I never broke it. The problem was a manufacturing defect. The 3 companies I will never buy again from are 1.Sony (Once were good but now are cheap and nasty)
2.HP ( Take the money and RUN)
3.Acer (A bunch of very rude tech people. The laptops Acer sell seem to be very slow and I was told they sometimes have the same problem as HP)

One last thing HP and Compaq are the same people so best to stay away with both. I know people are going to disagree with what I have said but this is my experience but you can just Google and you will see that its not just me.

Merry Christmas everyone :)


One of my HP's had an Nvidia GPU, the other had ATI. The Nvidia one (AMD) had a new CPU heatsink and fan under warranty which kind of fixed the problem..for a few months. Then the overheating issue came back and I decided to sell. My other one was AMD/ATI and that got far too hot as well - especially under load. It got so hot I couldn't touch it!! Sold as a result.

HP's customer service, in my experience, was average. But the overheating issues that I associate with AMD CPUs (Mine were Turion x2's) means that I would probably wouldn't buy HP (or AMD) again.

Currently using a 2-year old Acer Aspire that never ever gets warm, and that has an old Intel Centrino processor. <3 intel :D
2 Likes #10
I know my tech stuff also..... and you only saw what you wanted to see. I said " I know people are going to disagree with what I have said but this is my experience" I voiced my opinion and as far as I know that's what I should be doing.... just like you did about Dell....... and for you to say that I am "Stop scare-scaremongering people" I find that wrong and annoying that you think that. I never said DO NOT BUY THIS LAPTOP or this problem will happen to you did I? I said the truth. My xbox got the RROD out of warranty but Microsoft fixed it and gave me a new one that works fine.... Sony never.... HP said it wasn't a problem and that I broke it.....( I think they did recall some of the top range laptops) as for Acer well..... I just don't see anything good come from them at all but this is MY OPINION I have never had a Acre laptop but 3 of my friends have them and I have had to fix them up a few times, please don't take digs at me because of it. People buy whatever they want. I also said "I will do everything I can to warn* people" I never said it will happen to anyone that bought this laptop. Most of the problems happen outside of the warranty so its a bit pointless.

*Define: warn
notify of danger, potential harm, or risk; "The director warned him that he might be fired"; "The doctor warned me about the dangers of smoking"
1 Like #11
I had the Compaq v6000 series - overheated after a year and a bit and then replaced mainboard - same again within a year and wouldn't again
All 6000 and and 9000 series laptops had the issue but HP just ignored it - well documented issue too

Wouldn't touch an HP or Compaq Laptop again

Nicely warned mate
#12
rew632
I know my tech stuff also..... and you only saw what you wanted to see. I said " I know people are going to disagree with what I have said but this is my experience" I voiced my opinion and as far as I know that's what I should be doing.... just like you did about Dell....... and for you to say that I am "Stop scare-scaremongering people" I find that wrong and annoying that you think that. I never said DO NOT BUY THIS LAPTOP or this problem will happen to you did I? I said the truth. My xbox got the RROD out of warranty but Microsoft fixed it and gave me a new one that works fine.... Sony never.... HP said it wasn't a problem and that I broke it.....( I think they did recall some of the top range laptops) as for Acer well..... I just don't see anything good come from them at all but this is MY OPINION I have never had a Acre laptop but 3 of my friends have them and I have had to fix them up a few times, please don't take digs at me because of it. People buy whatever they want. I also said "I will do everything I can to warn* people" I never said it will happen to anyone that bought this laptop. Most of the problems happen outside of the warranty so its a bit pointless.

*Define: warn
notify of danger, potential harm, or risk; "The director warned him that he might be fired"; "The doctor warned me about the dangers of smoking"


Yes you made it clear that it's your opinion...but when you say it so forcefully and make huge statements like HP hand out "sh*t laptops" then obviously you are going to scare buyers off. I'm merely pointing out your opinion is a little extreme and unjustified.
#13
rew632
LifeForHire
greg55678
I would have ordered this if it wasn't AMD

Had 2 AMD HP laptops - never again


Whats wrong with them? Looking into getting this or something similar so any help appreciated :)


All HP laptops that had a Nvidia GPU would stop working after about a year, this was down to the GPU getting to hot and the solder balls under the chip would melt / become soft and crack or just no longer make good contact between the GPU and mother board. Its the same problem that you find with the xbox 360 (RROD) or the PS3 (YLOD). HP refuse to fix the laptops and for that reason I will do everything I can to warn people about HP and the sh*t laptops they hand out. Its the same for Sony my PS3 broke with the YLOD and I don't see why I should buy another PS3 when I never broke it. The problem was a manufacturing defect. The 3 companies I will never buy again from are 1.Sony (Once were good but now are cheap and nasty)
2.HP ( Take the money and RUN)
3.Acer (A bunch of very rude tech people. The laptops Acer sell seem to be very slow and I was told they sometimes have the same problem as HP)

One last thing HP and Compaq are the same people so best to stay away with both. I know people are going to disagree with what I have said but this is my experience but you can just Google and you will see that its not just me.


Merry Christmas everyone :)


+1

Edited By: madjid on Dec 26, 2010 17:52
#14
Just bought this laptop. Had HP laptops before and found them really user friendly and of high quality.

Great price plus Quidco!
#15
rew632
LifeForHire
greg55678
I would have ordered this if it wasn't AMDHad 2 AMD HP laptops - never again
Whats wrong with them? Looking into getting this or something similar so any help appreciated :)
All HP laptops that had a Nvidia GPU would stop working after about a year, this was down to the GPU getting to hot and the solder balls under the chip would melt / become soft and crack or just no longer make good contact between the GPU and mother board. Its the same problem that you find with the xbox 360 (RROD) or the PS3 (YLOD). HP refuse to fix the laptops and for that reason I will do everything I can to warn people about HP and the sh*t laptops they hand out. Its the same for Sony my PS3 broke with the YLOD and I don't see why I should buy another PS3 when I never broke it. The problem was a manufacturing defect. The 3 companies I will never buy again from are 1.Sony (Once were good but now are cheap and nasty) 2.HP ( Take the money and RUN) 3.Acer (A bunch of very rude tech people. The laptops Acer sell seem to be very slow and I was told they sometimes have the same problem as HP)One last thing HP and Compaq are the same people so best to stay away with both. I know people are going to disagree with what I have said but this is my experience but you can just Google and you will see that its not just me.Merry Christmas everyone :)

+2

Spoke to the guy who had to make a minor repair on my HP and he showed my all the other HPs he had to fix due to overheating problems.
#16
+3 my hp 6735s has a massive design flaw. The fan doesnt fit properly, hp put a bit of tape on the fan which then traps dust and then causes everything to overheat. Its currently dead again and this time possibly for good.
#17
if you need a laptop and you are on a budget then buy this. the best deal for the money anywhere on the net, guaranteed!
#18
Have two compaq C700 series laptops and both run really hot to the point they just shut down!
#19
I'm with all anti HP people on here

NEVER WILL BUY HP Laptop again mine did overheat and it was SUCH A MISSION to open the thing up!

never gain stay well away imo
#20
rew632
LifeForHire
greg55678
I would have ordered this if it wasn't AMD

Had 2 AMD HP laptops - never again


Whats wrong with them? Looking into getting this or something similar so any help appreciated :)


All HP laptops that had a Nvidia GPU would stop working after about a year, this was down to the GPU getting to hot and the solder balls under the chip would melt / become soft and crack or just no longer make good contact between the GPU and mother board. Its the same problem that you find with the xbox 360 (RROD) or the PS3 (YLOD). HP refuse to fix the laptops and for that reason I will do everything I can to warn people about HP and the sh*t laptops they hand out. Its the same for Sony my PS3 broke with the YLOD and I don't see why I should buy another PS3 when I never broke it. The problem was a manufacturing defect. The 3 companies I will never buy again from are 1.Sony (Once were good but now are cheap and nasty)
2.HP ( Take the money and RUN)
3.Acer (A bunch of very rude tech people. The laptops Acer sell seem to be very slow and I was told they sometimes have the same problem as HP)

One last thing HP and Compaq are the same people so best to stay away with both. I know people are going to disagree with what I have said but this is my experience but you can just Google and you will see that its not just me.

Merry Christmas everyone :)


+1 great post tbh
good to see you making people aware of the problems with HP laptops
#21
rew632

All HP laptops that had a Nvidia GPU would stop working after about a year, this was down to the GPU getting to hot and the solder balls under the chip would melt / become soft and crack or just no longer make good contact between the GPU and mother board. Its the same problem that you find with the xbox 360 (RROD) or the PS3 (YLOD). HP refuse to fix the laptops and for that reason I will do everything I can to warn people about HP and the sh*t laptops they hand out.


You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. It wasn't "all HP laptops that had a nvidia GPU". It was actually *any* laptop that had an nvidia gpu of a certain type (mainly 8400m and 8600m) - including Acer, Apple, Asus, HP, Sony etc... The problem was with nvidia - the material they had used in their graphics chips would break down over time as the GPU heated up and cooled down (e.g. playing a game for an hour, heats it up, then web browsing - cools it down). Pretty much every manufacturer offered an extended warranty for it (eventually) after huge pressure from the media and consumers - plus nvidia handed over some cash to make it happen!

http://apcmag.com/nvidia_disaster_thousands_of_gpus_faulty.htm



The 3 companies I will never buy again from are 1.Sony (Once were good but now are cheap and nasty)
2.HP ( Take the money and RUN)
3.Acer (A bunch of very rude tech people. The laptops Acer sell seem to be very slow and I was told they sometimes have the same problem as HP)

One last thing HP and Compaq are the same people so best to stay away with both. I know people are going to disagree with what I have said but this is my experience but you can just Google and you will see that its not just me.

Merry Christmas everyone :)


Not going to comment on this, which is your opinion, but from my experience of computer retail, the reason people think Acer are rubbish is that they buy the cheapest, low-end, poorly specified model out there. It's not Acer's fault if they respond to consumer demand for low prices by putting out a cheap, but incredibly slow, laptop.
#22
Does anyone know if they provide an invoice with the VAT stated separately? That would make the laptop £230.99 (providing you can claim the VAT back).
#23
Just to add... I also own an HP laptop with AMD inside. It runs very cool and hasn't caused me any problems.

If you want cheap tat, and will buy cheap tat, that's what you'll get. I'll happily admit that some of the previous HP's did have terribly build quality (and any reasonable person could tell that just by lifting them up in store) - but this new line of 5x, 6x abd 7x line of HP and Compaq badged models with this casing are pretty well put together for budget laptops.

Build quality is one of the things that many people seem to ignore - but nearly every manufacturer has a number of different lines with models targetting the budget and premium "markets", with the quality of the materials and chassis one of the big differences.


Edited By: tickedon on Dec 26, 2010 18:39
#24
hot for me :)
#25
rew632
LifeForHire
greg55678
I would have ordered this if it wasn't AMDHad 2 AMD HP laptops - never again
Whats wrong with them? Looking into getting this or something similar so any help appreciated :)
All HP laptops that had a Nvidia GPU would stop working after about a year, this was down to the GPU getting to hot and the solder balls under the chip would melt / become soft and crack or just no longer make good contact between the GPU and mother board. Its the same problem that you find with the xbox 360 (RROD) or the PS3 (YLOD). HP refuse to fix the laptops and for that reason I will do everything I can to warn people about HP and the sh*t laptops they hand out. Its the same for Sony my PS3 broke with the YLOD and I don't see why I should buy another PS3 when I never broke it. The problem was a manufacturing defect. The 3 companies I will never buy again from are 1.Sony (Once were good but now are cheap and nasty) 2.HP ( Take the money and RUN) 3.Acer (A bunch of very rude tech people. The laptops Acer sell seem to be very slow and I was told they sometimes have the same problem as HP)One last thing HP and Compaq are the same people so best to stay away with both. I know people are going to disagree with what I have said but this is my experience but you can just Google and you will see that its not just me.Merry Christmas everyone :)


agree re: Acer, they were rude when I requested some disks and patronisingly said i didnt need them....unfortunetly for them i worked in IT for 20+ years as a contractor and I gave them an earful and reported them to their MD who gave me an apology and got a direct report to get me the disks and an apology.....the support people were nice as pie after
#26
i want to buy laptop , choice is this hp laptop,or lenovo g550 or msi cr630
plz help me to decide really appericite
thanks
#27
and also i have dell dimension 1100 desktop full machine, and i want to replace that with laptop, looking to trade in , do anyone know if there is any option any where i can trade in this desktop with laptop,
or if any one introsted to buy this one from me , plz let me knoe
thanks
#28
I have had an 8510P with 4GB of RAM AND a 7200 rpm disk for the last 3 years, all you need to do is make sure that the fan/heatsink is kept clear, I will admit to having a disk fail,but I had plenty of prior warning so I did get time to do a backup. Everybody will have a horror story about laptops, just bear in mind you really do get what you pay for.
#29
naseer_aziz
and also i have dell dimension 1100 desktop full machine, and i want to replace that with laptop, looking to trade in , do anyone know if there is any option any where i can trade in this desktop with laptop,
or if any one introsted to buy this one from me , plz let me knoe
thanks


Don't advertise private sales in here... either post it in the "for sale" section of HUKD or sell it on ebay / cex.
#30
naseer_aziz
i want to buy laptop , choice is this hp laptop,or lenovo g550 or msi cr630
plz help me to decide really appericite
thanks


the lenovo g550 has a better cpu according to cpu benchmark.
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/mid_range_cpus.html

the msi one was a good deal when it was £299 a few days ago as it has a blu-ray drive and hdmi output to connect to your hd tv.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-cr630-blu-ray-250gb-15-6in-lapt/833804. It costs about £380 now which is a bit too much in my opinion.
If you want to choose between the HP and Lenovo then I think Lenovo is better in terms of build quality and performance as well and has a bigger hard disk drive and longer battery life

Edited By: yasirk on Dec 26, 2010 21:02: wrong info
#31
okee dokee, now can i hve some advice about which lap top out of three , plz
cheers
#32
Beside the over heating issue the specs of this specific laptop are not very impressive either .. NO HDMI or S Video option, NO Media Card slot neither blue tooth .. i guess ppl are more attracted to the 3GB RAM and not going through the rest of the specs :(
#33
cwhiz77
Beside the over heating issue the specs of this specific laptop are not very impressive either .. NO HDMI or S Video option, NO Media Card slot neither blue tooth .. i guess ppl are more attracted to the 3GB RAM and not going through the rest of the specs :(

i agree i mean its cheap to upgrade memory in a laptop/pc nowadays anyway.
#34
well after all the discussion, I think I do agree that HP have this known problem of overheat. It also depends upon the model as well. Every make has sometimes problems with a certain batch of the models. I think this is HPs bad patch.

I had HPs for last 5 years and I have found HPs to be the best after IBMs (now lenovo but IBMS were better than Lenovos). I have also used DELL, ACER, SONY and IBM as well.

this model is a great value guys, you wont get any cheaper anywhere for these specs. I have a very basic compaq cq56 and the built quality is excellent. to date it is working great. I would recommnd to go for it.
#35
You get what you pay for,

HP, Acer, Asus etc etc all have flaws on the cheap laptops, so go buy a Mac for 5 x the price and 5x the quality otherwise buy what your budget can afford and just research and try and get the best for your money, personally i vote this hot.
#36
haritori
You get what you pay for,

HP, Acer, Asus etc etc all have flaws on the cheap laptops, so go buy a Mac for 5 x the price and 5x the quality otherwise buy what your budget can afford and just research and try and get the best for your money, personally i vote this hot.


Obviously missed the part where the nvidia gpu flaw also affected macbook pros!

The 'Apple' part of the laptops are obviously much better and you pay for that (like any premium model from any make - e.g. HP envy) but they will still suffer from any problems impacting on the parts they use (e.g. their nvidia graphics...).
#37
Would this work with Sims 3 as daughter wants a laptop?
#38
I would try and find a nice toshiba myself

yes it will play Sims 3 btw
#39
bergy2
I would try and find a nice toshiba myself

yes it will play Sims 3 btw

Although I have one very reliable Toshiba laptop, am in the process of trying to get a refund on a Tosh that has one of those horrible intermittent faults where it keeps blue screening, doing a memory dump and restarting. It's been to Germany and had a new hard drive installed but came back with the same fault, back to Toshiba's UK HQ for 3 weeks for testing given a clean bill of health and then returned with same fault.

One of those situations where I'm not going to turn round a rubbish Toshiba as a poor brand based on one experience but nonetheless it makes me think twice what I will replace it with when I eventually get my money back.
#40
I've also been eyeing this deal on ebuyer, it's now £299 delivered, still a good deal? I read somewhere else it's only using DDR2 memory, think that was the ebuyer forums. I'm deliberating on on this HP or this; Asus X52F-EX469V at £380 but it's 4gb ddr3.

It's for the missis, she will be using it for ipod synch,web and word proccessing, it will never run games. which would you go for?

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