HP G62-107SA ( Intel® Core™ i3-330M (2.13 GHz), Windows 7 Home Premium, 2048 MB , Hard drive: 250 Gb, DVD-RW DL rewriter with 15.6 Widescreen) Refurbished Laptop £322.99 (using 5% code) delivered @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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Use "QUIDC5" for this price
Approximately £10 quidco as well making it around £312.99

This refurbished laptop has been professionally checked, tested and repackaged. It comes with a reassuring 12-month warranty and offers fantastic savings over the 'as new' price.

The HP G62-107SA Refurbished Laptop is powered by an Intel® Core™ i3-330M Processor that runs the Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium operating system. 2GB of RAM are installed, and a 250GB hard drive offers plenty of storage space.

This HP G62107SA comes in a stylish biscotti prism pattern colour scheme. The 15.6-inch screen is comfortably sized for your day-to-day processing. This widescreen display is also great for watching movies in their native format.

An included optical drive supports dual-layer discs and lets you back up large amounts of data. Lightscribe is supported too, so you can be creative and etch the upside of your discs.

The HP G62-107SA notebook boasts a 5-in-1 memory card reader and 3 USB ports, which gives many possibilities for transferring and sharing files. WiFi is of course present, and so is a webcam.

The HP G62-107SA Refurbished Laptop is sure to satisfy for both work and play!

Same price @ PC world but no 5% code
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#1
Video link for a quick look

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Edited By: remote_shopping on Aug 17, 2010 11:55: Adding images
#2
Good price
#3
Great price for a core i3... even i f it is refurbished!
#4
I got a pristine one from Dell (said Scratch and Dent, but they're really not) that had slightly better specs. Pretty good, but might want to check Dell Outlet store first.
#5
Great price but only good if you accept 2nd grade. I had several refurbs from Currys and all had some faults, e.g. lid switch not working, unusual screen display during boot-up (probably corrupt BIOS), key response "hit and miss", and other's. Perhaps you can live with those, but since it is unknown what those "minor" niggles would do long-term, I am staying away from Currys refurbs.

BTW, all of those laptops were send back under warraty for repair, but came back with the same faults, meaning, the Techguys can't find the cause. Maybe all refurbs have one of those faults and that's why they went back when new. I think Currys ship them out, hoping someone will keep them with the fault and not noticing until after the warranty period is up.
#6
why did you keep having more if they were so bad??
anyway bought one myself which came with a faulty keyboard but was fixed under warranty in 3 days so not too bad but obviously wasn't checked properly first time which is disappointing so will think twice in future about buying from them.

pet2000
Great price but only good if you accept 2nd grade. I had several refurbs from Currys and all had some faults, e.g. lid switch not working, unusual screen display during boot-up (probably corrupt BIOS), key response "hit and miss", and other's. Perhaps you can live with those, but since it is unknown what those "minor" niggles would do long-term, I am staying away from Currys refurbs.

BTW, all of those laptops were send back under warraty for repair, but came back with the same faults, meaning, the Techguys can't find the cause. Maybe all refurbs have one of those faults and that's why they went back when new. I think Currys ship them out, hoping someone will keep them with the fault and not noticing until after the warranty period is up.
#7
I have just ordered one. The QUIDC5 code works so it was £322.99.

This is a fantastic price for a core i3 laptop (assuming it is ok and has no problems).

Currys and PC World (same company) both have this new as £429.97 so this is over £100 less.

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/hp-g62-107sa-04753071-pdt.html

Thanks for finding it.



Edited By: guilbert53 on Aug 17, 2010 12:46: small change
#8
I don't have much luck with HP products but might be good for others.
#9
good price you just need to find out why these were returned back.
#10
I find the build quality on my previous HP laptops to be very poor. I had the DV9000 and DM3.
#11
I would be put off by a new HP let alone a refurbed one.
#12
quizmaniac
why did you keep having more if they were so bad??anyway bought one myself which came with a faulty keyboard but was fixed under warranty in 3 days so not too bad but obviously wasn't checked properly first time which is disappointing so will think twice in future about buying from them.
pet2000
Great price but only good if you accept 2nd grade. I had several refurbs from Currys and all had some faults, e.g. lid switch not working, unusual screen display during boot-up (probably corrupt BIOS), key response "hit and miss", and other's. Perhaps you can live with those, but since it is unknown what those "minor" niggles would do long-term, I am staying away from Currys refurbs. BTW, all of those laptops were send back under warraty for repair, but came back with the same faults, meaning, the Techguys can't find the cause. Maybe all refurbs have one of those faults and that's why they went back when new. I think Currys ship them out, hoping someone will keep them with the fault and not noticing until after the warranty period is up.

Quote...This refurbished laptop has been professionally checked, tested and repackaged.

Yet it had a defective keyboard! So what does their "professional checking" cover exactly.

Most "TechGuys" I've dealt with could hardly spell PC, let alone fix one.
#13
pet2000
Great price but only good if you accept 2nd grade. I had several refurbs from Currys and all had some faults, e.g. lid switch not working, unusual screen display during boot-up (probably corrupt BIOS), key response "hit and miss", and other's. Perhaps you can live with those, but since it is unknown what those "minor" niggles would do long-term, I am staying away from Currys refurbs.

BTW, all of those laptops were send back under warraty for repair, but came back with the same faults, meaning, the Techguys can't find the cause. Maybe all refurbs have one of those faults and that's why they went back when new. I think Currys ship them out, hoping someone will keep them with the fault and not noticing until after the warranty period is up.

That sounds very dodgy.
#14
i also had nothing but agro with all hp products i have owned the best notebooks i have used are either toshiba or samsung no issues whatsover with either of these manufactures.
banned#15
Never had a problem with HP. Might consider this if my DV5 wasn't so ****ing awesome :D
#16
I got my DV7 as a refurb from currys. Had no problems with it whatsoever - arrived in perfect condition, and I've had it for more than a year...
#17
HP are cack, but a hot deal ++
#18
I do not recommend buying Currys refurb as My previous experience with acer netbook, it got faulty after 1 day they promised me 5 times to come to collect it and took 12 days till came and collected it.
#19
I've generally had very good experience from HP and Compaq, but can honestly say I'd never touch another Acer - it's as though they're programmed to self destruct just outside of warranty, and speaking to their reps is like mission impossible.
#20
Does this come with HDMI I know that it doesn't mention it on the Curry's website, but I'm pretty sure it has it.

e.g. On the PC World website, the same model specs

Edited By: Messiah on Aug 17, 2010 18:07: typo
#21
Great deal, awesome spec, ordered, thanks!
#22
Got my mate one for her partner for fathers day and it was a brandnew one for £379 i think id get a new on and there was £11 quidco and its a nice machine.
#23
Man I'm so tempted to buy this but just need the green light on whether it has HDMI, everywhere on the net it shows that this model comes with HDMI, however on the Curry's product website and on the official HP website for this product, there is no mention of a HDMI port.

Then again if you look closely at the pictures on the Curry's website, it clearly shows a HDMI port next to the Ethernet port (On the left side of the laptop).

Has anyone bought this to confirm?
#24
Messiah
Man I'm so tempted to buy this but just need the green light on whether it has HDMI, everywhere on the net it shows that this model comes with HDMI, however on the Curry's product website and on the official HP website for this product, there is no mention of a HDMI port.

Then again if you look closely at the pictures on the Curry's website, it clearly shows a HDMI port next to the Ethernet port (On the left side of the laptop).

Has anyone bought this to confirm?

type in hp g62 on youtube.. they have videor eviews with people unboxing.. you should be able to confirm from there
#25
Just before you go buying a hp visit hplies.com

I own a DV9000 wish I never bought the darn thing pile of junk
#26
I have a Currys "refurb" here now (HP DV6). Arrived in absolutely perfect condition and they all come with a full 12 month warranty. If you have had a faulty one then you should have had it repaired.

I developed a fault with the mouse pad on mine just inside warranty and to be honest it was done by an over zelous 8 yr old hammering the button playing games. Currys picked it up the next day and returned it two days later. Couldn't wish for better service.
#27
Couldn't justify the best part of £323 a year on a laptop with no comeback after that. If that was the case I'd spend £1500 on one with a 5 year warranty and you could get something amazing for that. Mad buy regardless of HP like/dislike!
#28
gordon999
Messiah
Man I'm so tempted to buy this but just need the green light on whether it has HDMI, everywhere on the net it shows that this model comes with HDMI, however on the Curry's product website and on the official HP website for this product, there is no mention of a HDMI port.

Then again if you look closely at the pictures on the Curry's website, it clearly shows a HDMI port next to the Ethernet port (On the left side of the laptop).

Has anyone bought this to confirm?

type in hp g62 on youtube.. they have videor eviews with people unboxing.. you should be able to confirm from there


Yea, but maybe this particular g62 doesn't come with HDMI. That's what I'm thinking...
#30

Yup, i noticed that too, but i have seen on some websites as them listing the model, 107SA, as including HMDI
#31
You can return for a full refund and they collect so there’s zero cost to you so don’t worry about the HDMI issue.
banned#32
HATE the trackpad on these!
#33
On the PC World web site it shows HDMI in the list of features (select Technical details)

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/hp-g62-107sa-04753071-pdt.html
#34
I'd trust HP over PCW
#35
HP laptops have in the past been hit the worst by the nVidia chip problems. Series dv2000, dv6000 and dv8000 and some dv 90** were the ones which had massive problems. HP's woes further worsened with these series when it came out that the battery packs used were also faulty and caused excessive current patterns on mobos often leading to static charge which would result in a classic "can not turn on" problem.

However that is not to say that HP has not made good laptops in the past. I have excellent HP laptops which have been going for 5 years now without any sign of fatigue whatsoever (of course I had to replace the thermal paste a couple of times).

Bottom line is that though HP was very good with their stuff in the past, in recent years they really went down the drain (often for no fault of their own). If it were me I would tread very very carefully around recent HP laptops, especially the refurb ones.
#36
Shiny screen i'm out
#37
Just bought one.

Great deal.

The pictures on the Currys stie show and HDMI port nexy to the Network Port.

Heat...
#38
Yea think I'm just gonna get it. Not sure you can take it back without an excuse, and it not having HDMI isn't a real reason. A big shame about the shiny screen, wish it was matt :(
#39
Messiah
Yea think I'm just gonna get it. Not sure you can take it back without an excuse, and it not having HDMI isn't a real reason. A big shame about the shiny screen, wish it was matt :(

of course you can take it back. mail order product so distance selling regs apply.
14 days either by post or back to a store.
#40
£10 has tracked with Quidco...

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