Lenovo 3000 N200 Laptop - Core 2 Duo T5450 - RAM 1 GB - HDD 160 GB - GF Go 7300 TurboCache - Webcam - Bluetooth - Fingerprint Reader - Vista Home Premium - £349.91 - HotUKDeals
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Exellent deal for a good all round laptop.

Intel Core 2 Duo T5450 / 1.66 GHz CPU
1 GB DDR II SDRAM - 667 MHz - PC2-5300 RAM
160 GB - Serial ATA-150 Hard Drive
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
15.4" TFT 1280 x 800 ( WXGA ) VibrantView
NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300 TurboCache 256 MB
Bluetooth
Webcam
Fingerprint Reader

Here are the full specs
http://www5.pc.ibm.com/uk/products.nsf/$wwwPartNumLookup/_TY2BWUK?open&OpenDocument&epi=web_express

Here is a review
http://www.trustedreviews.com/notebooks/review/2007/07/04/Lenovo-3000-N200-Notebook/p1


EDIT
ebuyer now also have a cheaper model avaliable which has no webcam, 120gb hard drive and Pentium Dual Core T2310 for £302.84 http://www.ebuyer.com/product/144855
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#1
can you add a bit more to the title please,
#2
skusey
can you add a bit more to the title please,


LOL
#3
skusey
can you add a bit more to the title please,


LOL, sorry guy's just did a quick copy and paste and didn't realise :p
#4
This is seriously good spec laptop for the price and makes a change to those ugly Dell Vostros. Get an extra 1Gb Ram though as 1gig on XP is just about enough.
#5
Good price for decent spec lappy.

[COLOR="Red"]Hot...[/COLOR]
#6
Yep..excellent spec for the price! Hot Hot Hot.....
#7
Hot
...but just realised
Fn button is before Ctrl button in left corner....Not very good for people who are used to Ctrl + C / Ctrl + V and all other shortcuts.
#8
looks decent :)
#9
Picked one of these up for the same price a couple of weeks ago from laptops direct for my folks. I was very impressed for the money, well built, nice screen and has every extra you might need like bluetooth, webcam and memory card reader!

http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/Lenovo_3000_N200_0769_TY2BWUK/version.asp

At the time It also came with a free extra 1gb ram upgrade form lenovo by redemption, I'm waiting for that to arrive. Also Quidco tracked at £7.35.

Only negative I can think of is that it did have a lot of unneccessary software installed on it, far more than my Dell xps but it didnt take long to sort that out.

Go for it, I'm sure you wouldn't be disappointed :)
#10
Good find plexman, hot for me.
#11
webkami
Hot
...but just realised
Fn button is before Ctrl button in left corner....Not very good for people who are used to Ctrl + C / Ctrl + V and all other shortcuts.


Um, it's not very good because it's located closer and is less of a stretch? :thinking:
#12
good price, voted hot
#13
I ordered this one a few weeks ago, paid it with my debit card and then ebuyer completely put me off with their security check:

"Please fax the following information with the heading 'Security Check' and your Order Number.

* A copy of the picture page of your Passport OR picture card of your UK Drivers License including your passport or drivers license number.
* If you do not hold a GB passport we will also need the issuing country of your passport.
* Your full address (as on drivers license)
* Your nationality.
* Date of birth.
* A utility bill that is at least 2 months old (if you are a business this must be a bill for your business) Acceptable utility bills are gas, water, electric or council tax. Unfortunately we are NOT able to accept telephone bills or bank statements."

Now I have volstro 1510 for £30 more, but is lighter, with way better CPU, 8400GS and 2GB Ram. Just wait for better dell deal
#14
This is a great price, Estimatewd price on Lenovo website is £1034 but propably at around summer last year, still a huge saving.
#15
I've use a Lenovo lappy for a couple of years now.

Superb keyboard
Superb screen
Pretty good build quality (though it's no Macbook)
Good trackpad
Mouse buttons have just the right feel

Bad bits
Battery life with standard battery is poor. A new cheapy from eBay is waaay better
Speakers aren't great, but that's not an issue for my work.
#16
isn't Lenovo the Chinese company which bought the rights to make Thinkpad notebooks from IBM? We have a thinkpad which is very well built and super-light. This deal is for a heavy notebook, but hopefully the build quality is similarly good.
#17
I bought one of these off ebuyer a couple of weeks ago and I am very pleased with it, they dropped the price by £19 (to the current price) the day after I bought it but ebuyer refunded the difference. I have also sent off for the free memory upgrade but been told there is a 30day delay due to demand
#18
Good price, just get another 1 GB RAM. If you need to use Windows XP like me, Lenovo has one of the best driver support. My only concern is the mirror screen. No vote for this reason.
#19
I have this (with 2GB memory) as my work laptop. Decent machine. Good performance.
I agree with the comment about function and control keys. It takes getting used to.
#20
I had one of these for a month a couple of months ago and it's a very nice laptop.

Just a word for anyone who's sent off for the free 1GB memory upgrade, I and several others on the Lenovo official forum have done the same and two months later haven't received anything even after phone calls to chase up etc.

Build quality is very good, as is the notebook, only thing I found silly was the layout of the usb slots - on the right with the wires potentially obstructing the dvdrw but that's minor. I really enjoyed the screen and the performance was very good.


Whilst I had it I got a spare 6 Cell battery (it's still in it's wrapping brand new) so if anyone needs one just email me and I'll let them have it cheap.
#21
gobofraggle;2086304
isn't Lenovo the Chinese company which bought the rights to make Thinkpad notebooks from IBM? We have a thinkpad which is very well built and super-light. This deal is for a heavy notebook, but hopefully the build quality is similarly good.


Not heavy at all really, in fact it seemed just about right. You're right Lenovo is the brand that purchased the right to use the IBM Thinkpad ranges so whilst it's hoped the build quality is similar I wouldn't go as far as some do elsewhere by saying Lenovo is the new name for IBM notebooks as the n200 range is definately aimed at the budget business market..
#22
Are any accessories from an IBM Thinkpad T40 compatible with this. ie charger, port replicator?
#23
well good deal and ive gone for it .
#24
Is this not 339 at laptops direct? Might have missed one of the specs being different though?
http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/Lenovo_3000_N200_0769_TY2BWUK/version.asp

Not checked their postage cost though, have to register to find out. Actually, info here:
http://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/asp/faq.asp#delivery

free if you're not in a hurry.
#25
seriously good spec!! Can someone comment on graphics card quality?
#26
one thing to note the review posted says 1,680 x 1,050 screen were as on ebuyer it says 1280 x 800
#27
Just to make it clear, this will be from the parallel Lenovo 'budget' range - it is NOT a Thinkpad. When Lenovo took a majority stake in the IBM PC business it had it's own range of laptops, of which this is one. It continues to run the Thinkpad brand as a separate range, with the quality (and cost) that that implies.
#28
sach1636
seriously good spec!! Can someone comment on graphics card quality?


It's pretty basic. You won't be playing Crisis on it, but a two year old game may cope on medium settings. Maybe.
#29
Screen on mine is 1680x1050.

That's why I bought it. I have good eyesight so I loads on screen.
#30
tef89
Not heavy at all really, in fact it seemed just about right. You're right Lenovo is the brand that purchased the right to use the IBM Thinkpad ranges so whilst it's hoped the build quality is similar I wouldn't go as far as some do elsewhere by saying Lenovo is the new name for IBM notebooks as the n200 range is definately aimed at the budget business market..



It is pretty heavy - it's 2.8kg which is the same as the hippo-weight one I'm typing this on. The thinkpad we have is under 1.5kg and the difference is significant - between not noticing whether it's in your bag to noticing the weight if you have to walk with it in your backpack for half an hour... of course if it's not going to be carried around much, makes no difference at all how heavy it is.
#31
anyone know how hot these get when in long use on mains.
#32
dave859
anyone know how hot these get when in long use on mains.

I use mine on the mains all the time and it seems to run very cool, I haven't used it for anything graphics intensive, fan doesnt seem to kick in very often, the base of the note book seems very cool compared to my old evo which got very hot to the touch
#33
mozbud
I use mine on the mains all the time and it seems to run very cool, I haven't used it for anything graphics intensive, fan doesnt seem to kick in very often, the base of the note book seems very cool compared to my old evo which got very hot to the touch


good news thanks
#34
Thanks for the deal, just bought one from ebuyer, upgraged to 3g RAM for an extra £30.

Total price paid £384.

Voted hot!.
#35
just compared the weight of the thinkpads on the ebuyer website with this model and they all seem to be a similar weight (even the ones costing over a grand) - to get down to 1.5kg looks like you have to go for a 12.1 inch screen
#36
gobofraggle;2087270
It is pretty heavy - it's 2.8kg which is the same as the hippo-weight one I'm typing this on. The thinkpad we have is under 1.5kg and the difference is significant - between not noticing whether it's in your bag to noticing the weight if you have to walk with it in your backpack for half an hour... of course if it's not going to be carried around much, makes no difference at all how heavy it is.


Ok yes compared to your super - light Thinkpad or even my Macbook it's heavy, and so are nearly all budget laptops of this type but in terms of a standard laptop this isn't noticable more heavy, and compared to a Dell of similar spec it's positively light lol :)
#37
Anyone know how noisy the fan is on this machine? I read a review for the Lenovo 3000 N200 with the wsxga+ screen that said the fan fires on frequently and noticeably. Had the same problem with the HP 6715b with the same wsxga+ screen. Dell Vostros with lower screen res are really quiet, so I'm not sure what is causing the problems with HP and possibly (?) Lenovo - perhaps high screen res?
#38
il_capo
Anyone know how noisy the fan is on this machine? I read a review for the Lenovo 3000 N200 with the wsxga+ screen that said the fan fires on frequently and noticeably. Had the same problem with the HP 6715b with the same wsxga+ screen. Dell Vostros with lower screen res are really quiet, so I'm not sure what is causing the problems with HP and possibly (?) Lenovo - perhaps high screen res?


Haven't used mine for anything graphic intensive but run very quietly, only hear the fan kicking in now and again and not intrusive
#39
1G memory is a joke.
#40
Codify
1G memory is a joke.



think you get another 1gb free if you phone them

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