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HP Star Wars Special Edition 15.6 Inch Intel i5 2.3GHz 6GB 1TB Laptop £457.99 @ argos_ebay

£457.99 @ eBay
Fully armed and operational, there's no other notebook like it in the galaxy. With a Galactic Empire-inspired design, commanding Intel® Core™ processor, and extensive collection of rare Star Wars cont… Read More
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6d, 1h agoFound 6 days, 1 hour ago
Fully armed and operational, there's no other notebook like it in the galaxy. With a Galactic Empire-inspired design, commanding Intel® Core™ processor, and extensive collection of rare Star Wars content, you won't be able to resist the power of the dark side.
Dark side inspired strike fear throughout the galaxy with ominous dark side graphics. The galactic empire lives on in the battle-worn design of this unique special edition notebook.
Access to the empire completely immerse yourself in the iconic Star Wars universe. This notebook comes preloaded with rare wallpapers, screen savers, concept art, and original trilogy storyboards from the Star Wars™ archives.
CPU, Memory and Operating System:
Intel Core i5 6200u 2.3GHz dual core processor.
6GB RAM.
1TB SATA hard drive.
Display features:
High definition display.
DVD optical drives:
DVD-RW (read/write).
Graphics:
Intel HD Graphics520 graphics card.
Shared graphics card.
Interfaces and connectivity:
Multi-card media card reader.
Secure Digital (SD), Memory Stick (MS), Memory Stick Pro (MS-Pro), Multi-Media Card (MMC) compatible.
1 USB 2.0 port.
2 USB 3.0 ports.
Bluetooth.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Multimedia features:
HD webcam.
Built-in mic.
Built-in audio sound system.
Software included: evernote; marvel comics app; netflix; Star Wars™ command center; Star Wars™ photo galleries.
General features:
Size H2.52, W38.45, D26.11cm.
Weight 2.09kg.
bargain76 Avatar
6d, 1h agoFound 6 days, 1 hour ago
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#1
and don't forget this
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-star-wars-z4000-wireless-mouse-24-99-ebay-jls_trading-2659960

:-)

Edited By: bargain76 on Apr 19, 2017 07:30
#2
Just ok on the specs; guessing the screen is not FHD. Best thing about it is it looks dirty... when its new. Which some people will love.
#3
its a bit of a mash up of parts ?
a 6th gen processor
only 6GB ram (usually 8GB nowadays)
an intel 520 gpu (expected a 550)
and no explanation of operating system ?
i would imagine it comes with windows 10 but with an intel 520 gpu and 6GB ram it might come with windows 8.1 ?
#4
Teresa May the force be with you
#5
Musicrab
Just ok on the specs; guessing the screen is not FHD. Best thing about it is it looks dirty... when its new. Which some people will love.

The screen is full HD

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/star-wars-special-edition-15-an000-notebook/9033381/model/9260176/document/c04980424
#6
lollypoplee
its a bit of a mash up of parts ?
a 6th gen processor
only 6GB ram (usually 8GB nowadays)
an intel 520 gpu (expected a 550)
and no explanation of operating system ?
i would imagine it comes with windows 10 but with an intel 520 gpu and 6GB ram it might come with windows 8.1 ?

I believe it's Windows 10. I have the other version with 2 graphic cards and that one came with Win 10.
1 Like #7
I bought one of these of ebay 2 weeks ago brand new for...£320 delivered.

Its perfect for Dev work as I popped in an SSD from my old laptop that has an Ubuntu setup on it (worked wothout issues after booting too, bonus for no re-install) and upgraded to 16GB of RAM (6GB was a very odd number :/ ). Its a full HD (1920x1080) and the thing I liked the most about it was a backlit keyboard (as a dev, I like working in the dark :) )

This price, its veeery exspensive. I ddnt want to go over £300 (as it wasnt worht it) but they guy charge £20 delivery.

Im going to have to vote cold sorry.
#8
darthvader666uk
I bought one of these of ebay 2 weeks ago brand new for...£320 delivered.
Its perfect for Dev work as I popped in an SSD from my old laptop that has an Ubuntu setup on it (worked wothout issues after booting too, bonus for no re-install) and upgraded to 16GB of RAM (6GB was a very odd number :/ ). Its a full HD (1920x1080) and the thing I liked the most about it was a backlit keyboard (as a dev, I like working in the dark :) )
This price, its veeery exspensive. I ddnt want to go over £300 (as it wasnt worht it) but they guy charge £20 delivery.
Im going to have to vote cold sorry.

Is it easy to upgrade the Ram? What cards / setup would you recommend ?
#9
bargain76
darthvader666uk
I bought one of these of ebay 2 weeks ago brand new for...£320 delivered.
Its perfect for Dev work as I popped in an SSD from my old laptop that has an Ubuntu setup on it (worked wothout issues after booting too, bonus for no re-install) and upgraded to 16GB of RAM (6GB was a very odd number :/ ). Its a full HD (1920x1080) and the thing I liked the most about it was a backlit keyboard (as a dev, I like working in the dark :) )
This price, its veeery exspensive. I ddnt want to go over £300 (as it wasnt worht it) but they guy charge £20 delivery.
Im going to have to vote cold sorry.
Is it easy to upgrade the Ram? What cards / setup would you recommend ?

The base has to be dis-assembled to upgrade the ram.
#10
spoony100
bargain76
darthvader666uk
I bought one of these of ebay 2 weeks ago brand new for...£320 delivered.
Its perfect for Dev work as I popped in an SSD from my old laptop that has an Ubuntu setup on it (worked wothout issues after booting too, bonus for no re-install) and upgraded to 16GB of RAM (6GB was a very odd number :/ ). Its a full HD (1920x1080) and the thing I liked the most about it was a backlit keyboard (as a dev, I like working in the dark :) )
This price, its veeery exspensive. I ddnt want to go over £300 (as it wasnt worht it) but they guy charge £20 delivery.
Im going to have to vote cold sorry.
Is it easy to upgrade the Ram? What cards / setup would you recommend ?
The base has to be dis-assembled to upgrade the ram.

Oh no :-(
1 Like #11
bargain76
darthvader666uk
I bought one of these of ebay 2 weeks ago brand new for...£320 delivered.
Its perfect for Dev work as I popped in an SSD from my old laptop that has an Ubuntu setup on it (worked wothout issues after booting too, bonus for no re-install) and upgraded to 16GB of RAM (6GB was a very odd number :/ ). Its a full HD (1920x1080) and the thing I liked the most about it was a backlit keyboard (as a dev, I like working in the dark :) )
This price, its veeery exspensive. I ddnt want to go over £300 (as it wasnt worht it) but they guy charge £20 delivery.
Im going to have to vote cold sorry.
Is it easy to upgrade the Ram? What cards / setup would you recommend ?

spoony100
bargain76
darthvader666uk
I bought one of these of ebay 2 weeks ago brand new for...£320 delivered.
Its perfect for Dev work as I popped in an SSD from my old laptop that has an Ubuntu setup on it (worked wothout issues after booting too, bonus for no re-install) and upgraded to 16GB of RAM (6GB was a very odd number :/ ). Its a full HD (1920x1080) and the thing I liked the most about it was a backlit keyboard (as a dev, I like working in the dark :) )
This price, its veeery exspensive. I ddnt want to go over £300 (as it wasnt worht it) but they guy charge £20 delivery.
Im going to have to vote cold sorry.
Is it easy to upgrade the Ram? What cards / setup would you recommend ?
The base has to be dis-assembled to upgrade the ram.

Yep, you have to take the whole thing off. It was a complete nightmare and a few times I thought I snapped something. Lucky, I got there in the end. Not going lie, I found a decent you tube video guiding me in the right direction:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzuFnIyK8a4

I used a little Philips screwdriver and a plastic clip so you can unclip the back from the front.
1 Like #12
lollypoplee
its a bit of a mash up of parts ?
a 6th gen processor
only 6GB ram (usually 8GB nowadays)
an intel 520 gpu (expected a 550)
and no explanation of operating system ?
i would imagine it comes with windows 10 but with an intel 520 gpu and 6GB ram it might come with windows 8.1 ?
why would you expect an intel 550? its i5-6200u
#13
darthvader666uk
bargain76
darthvader666uk
I bought one of these of ebay 2 weeks ago brand new for...£320 delivered.
Its perfect for Dev work as I popped in an SSD from my old laptop that has an Ubuntu setup on it (worked wothout issues after booting too, bonus for no re-install) and upgraded to 16GB of RAM (6GB was a very odd number :/ ). Its a full HD (1920x1080) and the thing I liked the most about it was a backlit keyboard (as a dev, I like working in the dark :) )
This price, its veeery exspensive. I ddnt want to go over £300 (as it wasnt worht it) but they guy charge £20 delivery.
Im going to have to vote cold sorry.
Is it easy to upgrade the Ram? What cards / setup would you recommend ?
spoony100
bargain76
darthvader666uk
I bought one of these of ebay 2 weeks ago brand new for...£320 delivered.
Its perfect for Dev work as I popped in an SSD from my old laptop that has an Ubuntu setup on it (worked wothout issues after booting too, bonus for no re-install) and upgraded to 16GB of RAM (6GB was a very odd number :/ ). Its a full HD (1920x1080) and the thing I liked the most about it was a backlit keyboard (as a dev, I like working in the dark :) )
This price, its veeery exspensive. I ddnt want to go over £300 (as it wasnt worht it) but they guy charge £20 delivery.
Im going to have to vote cold sorry.
Is it easy to upgrade the Ram? What cards / setup would you recommend ?
The base has to be dis-assembled to upgrade the ram.
Yep, you have to take the whole thing off. It was a complete nightmare and a few times I thought I snapped something. Lucky, I got there in the end. Not going lie, I found a decent you tube video guiding me in the right direction:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzuFnIyK8a4
I used a little Philips screwdriver and a plastic clip so you can unclip the back from the front.

Thank you .
#14
bargain76
lollypoplee
its a bit of a mash up of parts ?
a 6th gen processor
only 6GB ram (usually 8GB nowadays)
an intel 520 gpu (expected a 550)
and no explanation of operating system ?
i would imagine it comes with windows 10 but with an intel 520 gpu and 6GB ram it might come with windows 8.1 ?
I believe it's Windows 10. I have the other version with 2 graphic cards and that one came with Win 10.

It says win8 on eBay , which I would be happy with :)
#15
brilly
lollypoplee
its a bit of a mash up of parts ?
a 6th gen processor
only 6GB ram (usually 8GB nowadays)
an intel 520 gpu (expected a 550)
and no explanation of operating system ?
i would imagine it comes with windows 10 but with an intel 520 gpu and 6GB ram it might come with windows 8.1 ?
why would you expect an intel 550? its i5-6200u


sorry , well spotted ;)
i actually also missed the 0 from the 550, i can see now i have woken up what an actual mashup that really would be ! I was referring to the i5-5200u as you now not the 6200u.
its amazing what coffee can do :D
thank you for pointing out my half asleep mistake :(
#16
Hi, could somebody tell me which one is better ....
Intel HD Graphics520 graphics card.
Or a GeForce 940M

Is there a big difference?
Thanks

Edit, Just a quick opinion is fine as long as there isn't a big difference

Edited By: Joey.Bloggsy on Apr 19, 2017 09:54
1 Like #17
the 940 GeForce is much better mate. although, i personally dislike Geforce due to driver problems and compatibility problems.
but yes the Geforce 940 is better
1 Like #18
Joey.Bloggsy
Hi, could somebody tell me which one is better ....
Intel HD Graphics520 graphics card.
Or a GeForce 940M
Is there a big difference?
Thanks
Edit, Just a quick opinion is fine as long as there isn't a big difference
yeh 940m is much better but it is still considered an 'entry level' type card not up to any sort of modern gaming
https://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-940M.138027.0.html
https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-520.149940.0.html
if its just browsing, videos etc then 520 is plenty though
#19
spoony100
bargain76
darthvader666uk
I bought one of these of ebay 2 weeks ago brand new for...£320 delivered.
Its perfect for Dev work as I popped in an SSD from my old laptop that has an Ubuntu setup on it (worked wothout issues after booting too, bonus for no re-install) and upgraded to 16GB of RAM (6GB was a very odd number :/ ). Its a full HD (1920x1080) and the thing I liked the most about it was a backlit keyboard (as a dev, I like working in the dark :) )
This price, its veeery exspensive. I ddnt want to go over £300 (as it wasnt worht it) but they guy charge £20 delivery.
Im going to have to vote cold sorry.
Is it easy to upgrade the Ram? What cards / setup would you recommend ?

The base has to be dis-assembled to upgrade the ram.


Indeed

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