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Lenovo 100-15IBD - i3 - 4GB RAM - 500GB £194.00 @ Tesco Direct - Using code

£194.00 @ Tesco Direct
Code - TDX-HTNK For £25 off a £150 spend. Under £200 on this sort of spec seems very reasonable and with SSDs dropping all the time, you could always drop one in later down the line. With 250GB SSD… Read More
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Code - TDX-HTNK For £25 off a £150 spend.

Under £200 on this sort of spec seems very reasonable and with SSDs dropping all the time, you could always drop one in later down the line. With 250GB SSDs dropping to around the £50 mark recently, I can only imagine Black Friday deals this year might make upgrading older HDDs to SSDs a lot easier on the pocket (Fingers crossed)

Product Info
Weighing only 2kg and at just 22.6mm thin, the Lenovo® ideapad™ 100 is the perfect companion for your on-the-go lifestyle. Powering this 15-inch notebook is an Intel® Core i3 Dual-Core processor, which clocks in at 2GHz and is well complemented by 4GB of RAM. A hard drive with a sizable 500GB capacity gives you plenty of space to store your data, video, music and photos.

Windows 10 Home comes preloaded on the ideapad™ 100 so it’s ready to use straight out of the box. With useful security features built-in, Windows 10 Home helps you safeguard the notebook against theft and malicious software. Data can be easily transferred with other devices thanks to ports for USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 and a 2-in-1 card reader. The notebook also benefits from an HDMI output for easy connection to a television or external monitor.

Also, with 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity and optional Bluetooth® 4.0, you can connect the ideapad™ 100 to the Internet wherever you go.
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1 Like #1
these machines have good spec only warning sound is terrible and I'm not exaggerating but if that doesn't bother you indeed it's a bargain
1 Like #2
Will most likely just end up buying this until I can find a good upgrade at a reasonable price. XPS 13 or 15 sounds good but not for £1K+ Voted hot thanks for posting.

Edited By: iEimis on Sep 15, 2016 15:25
#3
Hot from me. Just ordered one. thanks op. Looks ideal for that return to studying next month and producing outstanding essays:]
6 Likes #4
I have this machine and paid about the same for it a few months ago. The sound is painful until you use headphones; the buttons for left and right mouse click are also very painful! it’s just one long single bar! It needs a clean install of windows and SSD installing and then you have a good machine. If only I could upgrade the inbuilt speakers, also to note it only has one single memory dim. For the money its ok but its not going to be everyone’s cup of tea. Putting and SSD in is a must but not very easy as you need to pull the whole unit apart to access the drive! Voiding the warranty! Hope this helps others.

Edited By: awal on Sep 15, 2016 16:36
#5
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
15 Likes #6
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Why don't you just marry 4k?
2 Likes #7
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
You'll be looking for the new Kaby Lake 7xxx Intel CPUs which are rolling out now then - they include HDCP 2.2 support and HDMI2, but Display Port remains v1.2.
#8
can you swap the optical drive for a second HDD?
2 Likes #9
garrafk
these machines have good spec only warning sound is terrible and I'm not exaggerating but if that doesn't bother you indeed it's a bargain
Never had a laptop with warning sounds before.
I'll turn it right down if it's that bad
#10
tickedon
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
You'll be looking for the new Kaby Lake 7xxx Intel CPUs which are rolling out now then - they include HDCP 2.2 support and HDMI2, but Display Port remains v1.2.


Displayport 1.2 can support 4k as well.
#11
Meow1234
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Why don't you just marry 4k?


I am not buying old garbage like you.
#12
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Intel PCs with DisplayPort can output [email protected] You can get an adapter for about £25 to convert to HDMI 2.0 if needed.
1 Like #13
anyone know which integrated graphics this has?
10 Likes #14
sam_of_london
Meow1234
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Why don't you just marry 4k?
I am not buying old garbage like you.

Wants budget £200 laptop to support 4K output. Moans about intel integrated graphics. It's integrated graphics you muppet, if you're not buying 'old garbage' then why are you banging on about integrated output? You need a better budget to expect to get something with higher end graphics and connections for that anyway!

You're not buying garbage but you're talking it for sure.
#15
captainbeaky
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Intel PCs with DisplayPort can output [email protected] You can get an adapter for about £25 to convert to HDMI 2.0 if needed.


Displayport can support4k k. But current Intel displayport cannot support 4k, only Amd and Nvidia . They have crippled it as well.
#16
vulcanproject
sam_of_london
Meow1234
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Why don't you just marry 4k?
I am not buying old garbage like you.

Wants budget £200 laptop to support 4K output. Moans about intel integrated graphics. It's integrated graphics you muppet, if you're not buying 'old garbage' then why are you banging on about integrated output? You need a better budget to expect to get something with higher end graphics and connections for that anyway!

You're not buying garbage but you're talking it for sure.


Looks £200 is peanuts for you. But not for me. I already have laptop with this spec, I bought couple of years ago.
#17
sam_of_london
Meow1234
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Why don't you just marry 4k?


I am not buying old garbage like you.


you're not old garbage. You're mature, like a fine wine ;)
#18
garrafk
these machines have good spec only warning sound is terrible and I'm not exaggerating but if that doesn't bother you indeed it's a bargain
Must also lack a , key

Arthur Brexit
#19
I wish this was posted earlier. I placed my order this morning :(
#20
Not a fan of Lenovo, but this is a good price. If you're on a budget & not looking to do anything taxing, this could be a good buy.
#21
Decent sub £200 laptop - nice one - heat added!
#22
sam_of_london
captainbeaky
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Intel PCs with DisplayPort can output [email protected] You can get an adapter for about £25 to convert to HDMI 2.0 if needed.
Displayport can support4k k. But current Intel displayport cannot support 4k, only Amd and Nvidia . They have crippled it as well.
[email protected] on Intel NUC via DisplayPort:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aQYnH4v0fg


Heat for the deal by the way.



Edited By: captainbeaky on Sep 15, 2016 20:52
#23
sam_of_london
vulcanproject
sam_of_london
Meow1234
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Why don't you just marry 4k?
I am not buying old garbage like you.

Wants budget £200 laptop to support 4K output. Moans about intel integrated graphics. It's integrated graphics you muppet, if you're not buying 'old garbage' then why are you banging on about integrated output? You need a better budget to expect to get something with higher end graphics and connections for that anyway!

You're not buying garbage but you're talking it for sure.


Looks £200 is peanuts for you. But not for me. I already have laptop with this spec, I bought couple of years ago.


Haha! If you had one already and enough money to buy a better one you wouldn't be here. You're not fooling anybody.
#24
errrr2
sam_of_london
vulcanproject
sam_of_london
Meow1234
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Why don't you just marry 4k?
I am not buying old garbage like you.

Wants budget £200 laptop to support 4K output. Moans about intel integrated graphics. It's integrated graphics you muppet, if you're not buying 'old garbage' then why are you banging on about integrated output? You need a better budget to expect to get something with higher end graphics and connections for that anyway!

You're not buying garbage but you're talking it for sure.


Looks £200 is peanuts for you. But not for me. I already have laptop with this spec, I bought couple of years ago.


Haha! If you had one already and enough money to buy a better one you wouldn't be here. You're not fooling anybody.


I like a bargain just like everyone. This site has saved me lot of money. There are already £50 Android players sold here which can play 4k and Microsoft Office and lots
#25
cold its slow and bad sounds
#26
I'm not convinced this is for me but credit for posting op
#27
OOS
#28
webmonkey
anyone know which integrated graphics this has?
If the CPU is a i3-5005U, it would have integrated Intel HD5500 graphics.
#29
EazyDuz
cold its slow and bad sounds

Can't speak for the sound but I picked up another cheap machine to sell on with this identical spec/chipset and it's surprisingly quick for what it is in windows 10. The i3 5005u batters the usual Pentiums and AMD chips you get for this money, it's far better. Sips power.

4GB RAM is sufficient for browsing and light office. The HDD will never be lightning but once you are in a browsing window it doesn't matter and SSD upgrades are par for the course with this sort of system.
#30
Bought this yesterday before the new code, asked them to add it to my order but apparently it's "invalid", and now it's out of stock so dont really want to cancel it.

Still the cheapest I3 laptop I can find though

Edited By: Lloydieboy on Sep 16, 2016 11:02
#31
sam_of_london
Meow1234
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Why don't you just marry 4k?


I am not buying old garbage like you.


Stop looking at affordable laptops then and go buy something with high price which will be 4K compatible.

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