Lenovo 310 Full HD Laptop i5-7200U (Latest Gen), fast DDR4 8 GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD - £470 @ Amazon Germany - HotUKDeals
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Lenovo 310 Full HD Laptop i5-7200U (Latest Gen), fast DDR4 8 GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD - £470.00 @ Amazon Germany

£470.00 @ Amazon Germany
Intel i5-7200U 3.1 GHz, 3 MB Intel Smart Cache - Sweeeet Solid state hard drive should fly along & 1T HDD to store all your shizzle Battery: 2 cells Li-Polymer, 30 Wh, up to 5 hours of battery life …
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Intel i5-7200U 3.1 GHz, 3 MB Intel Smart Cache - Sweeeet
Solid state hard drive should fly along & 1T HDD to store all your shizzle
Battery: 2 cells Li-Polymer, 30 Wh, up to 5 hours of battery life in video playback
Manufacturer's warranty: 2 year (S) in the event that this product is sold and shipped by Amazon. Your amazon.co.uk id works and their site can be set in English.
Thanks to the 128 GB SSD + 1000GB HARD DISK DRIVE MEMORY Verfügst you plenty of space for data, video, music, and photos.
Connection options - Ya daz is gooden, nine poopen stinken ... what?

Don't think we get offered this in the UK, def not at £470 delivered UK.
Yes its a German keyboard. If it bugs then post your £470 i5 deal or see my BT one :D

Edit
PassMark Scores on doors better than last yrs i7 whoo hoo
i7-6500U 4406
i5-7200U 4702
Thanks phpandsql
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#1
Looks like a very good deal. Has anyone ordered from German Amazon before? Will there be any issues with a German version of the laptop? Assume power supply will come with English plug as well as continental 2 prong plug. What are return or repair options to another country?
#2
chriskrt
QWERTZ keyboard

Not according to their pictures ... or the Dell I bought previously years ago
2 Likes #3
waynethickett5
Looks like a very good deal. Has anyone ordered from German Amazon before? Will there be any issues with a German version of the laptop? Assume power supply will come with English plug as well as continental 2 prong plug. What are return or repair options to another country?

Keyboard as mentioned is QWERTZ. Warranty with lenovo is great. They will fix faulty laptop without any issue even if bought in Germany.
1 Like #4
TheVeryMan
chriskrt
QWERTZ keyboard
Not according to their pictures ... or the Dell I bought previously years ago

Pictures? please. I dont think i could be happy being German, buying QWERTY keyboard laptop from amazon.de when using QWERTZ all my life...


Edited By: chriskrt on Jan 05, 2017 11:43
#5
waynethickett5
Looks like a very good deal. Has anyone ordered from German Amazon before? Will there be any issues with a German version of the laptop? Assume power supply will come with English plug as well as continental 2 prong plug. What are return or repair options to another country?

I've bought from German, French and Spanish Amazon sites recently. No issues other than the EU/UK compatibility issues you expect to come across (wall plug socket/keyboard layout), just be mindful of that and you should be ok.
#6
1 x USB 3.0 wtf ?
2 Likes #7
2.5ghz standard, upto 3.1ghz

passmark: 4702
#8

Iam not negative. Iam informing. You on the other hand missleading right now.
#9
chriskrt
Iam not negative. Iam informing. You on the other hand missleading right now.

Those are generic photos, I would never take photos to be a guess!

I believe the same chassis (310 series) with different internals is reviewed on this german site, converted to English http://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo-IdeaPad-310-15ISK-Notebook-Review.173924.0.html scan down and you can see the german keyboard, which is what you would expect in Germany?
#10
100% sure this is QWERTZ.
Add it should be to be able to type Ä, Ö, Ü, and ß.
That Amazon is showing a stock photo with an American QWERTY keyboard (note the lack of £ and €) doesn't mean anything.
Wouldn't bother me as QWERTZ is actually useful (more letters is better!), and for 100% touch typists it's easy to change the layout in Windows.

Edited By: Gkains on Jan 05, 2017 12:15: typo
2 Likes #11
chriskrt
TheVeryMan
chriskrt
QWERTZ keyboard
Not according to their pictures ... or the Dell I bought previously years ago
Pictures? please. I dont think i could be happy being German, buying QWERTY keyboard laptop from amazon.de when using QWERTZ all my life...
All your life?
Wow.

I'm impressed
#12

There is Q & A on the amazon page. Answer is... QWERTZ. Thank You.
#13
OK deal nothing to write home about, the ideapad 310 is the base model laptop with OK specs
#14
Thanks OP been looking for a while and the SSD included plus the reviews I read on German site combined with the price tipped me over the edge so ordered. Paid in Euros as generally my Post office card offers best euro conversion rate bit miffed had to pay 7 euro delivery as a prime customer, not arriving till next week screen shot images of UK keyboard in case I cant hack it but cant really see it being a problem.
#15
chriskrt
There is Q & A on the amazon page. Answer is... QWERTZ. Thank You.

Thank you & edited. Lenovo and Amazon have a picture case to answer methinks
1 Like #16
TheVeryMan
chriskrt
There is Q & A on the amazon page. Answer is... QWERTZ. Thank You.
Thank you & edited. Lenovo and Amazon have a picture case to answer methinks

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#17
Works out at £476 using my exchange rate on PO card dont think I could get that spec in UK for that price wil offer feedback when arrives, Now to sell/scrap cuboard full of old Laptops !!!

Edited By: zeberdys on Jan 05, 2017 13:03: incorrect calculation
#18
zeberdys
Works out at £440 using my exchange rate on PO card dont think I could get that spec in UK for that price wil offer feedback when arrives, Now to sell/scrap cuboard full of old Laptops !!!

You might want to check but fair enough. I found inc delivery and rounded up Eur551
XE Currency Converter: EUR to GBP
551 EUR =470.570GBP
Halifax clarity card usually spot on with these guys
1 Like #19
Just make sure you tick/untick the euro payment boxes when you click to buy it.
#20
Yes don't use amazon exchange rate believe free delivery is Germany only but as a prime member expected it to be free so may have a discussion later on with amazon about that.

Just double checked in fact will be £476 at todays rate PO use Mastercard Bank rate but no added fees
1 Like #21
Very good find. Looking to buy something like this for new work laptop. Was looking at a Dell Inpiron 15-7559 (i7 and 4K screen but way more expensive). May go for this as such a good price. Anyone know how to swap out the keyboard or is a difficult job?

Love deals like this so well done op.
1 Like #22
cheaperbythe12
Very good find. Looking to buy something like this for new work laptop. Was looking at a Dell Inpiron 15-7559 (i7 and 4K screen but way more expensive). May go for this as such a good price. Anyone know how to swap out the keyboard or is a difficult job?
Love deals like this so well done op.

Cheers for the positivity, not sure about keyboard changes but I've swapped keys off HP & Lenovo's before for a laugh at work (yes very juvenile but mildly hilarious, one below vvank vvord bingo at meetings). My Lenovo T430 keys come off easy and click straight back on. Can't vouch for different spec.

Edited By: TheVeryMan on Jan 05, 2017 13:57
#23
TheVeryMan
cheaperbythe12
Very good find. Looking to buy something like this for new work laptop. Was looking at a Dell Inpiron 15-7559 (i7 and 4K screen but way more expensive). May go for this as such a good price. Anyone know how to swap out the keyboard or is a difficult job?
Love deals like this so well done op.
Cheers for the positivity, not sure about keyboard changes but I've swapped keys off HP & Lenovo's before for a laugh at work (yes very juvenile but mildly hilarious, one below vvank vvord bingo at meetings). My Lenovo T430 keys come off easy and click straight back on. Can't vouch for different spec.

I've seen individual keys on ebay for some models, however, there's a lot more involved than that:
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/36/KB_Germany.svg
So yes, you could swap the Z and Y around, but lots of symbols would be all over the place. Apparently there's Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator which might help but note it says nothing about Win8+ so it's possible that they now need to be signed.
Full UK layout replacement are about £12 from HK but unsure about warranty: business lines like ThinkPads should be okay to swap keyboard, consumer race-to-the-bottom stuff like this? Probably not.
2 Likes #25
Actual not too difficult if you have done some PC builds before here is the service manual page 43 is what to look at.
https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles_pub/ideapad_310-14ikb_310-15ikb_310touch-15ikb_hmm_201608.pdf
1 Like #26
More Keyboard info which seems fairly ok
http://superuser.com/questions/874052/use-qwertz-keyboard-as-a-qwerty

...keyboard layout differences made in software rather than by the hardware being different.
There are some physical differences... but in general if you select the keyboard layout you are used to touch-typing in you won't get any surprising results.

Sounds ok if not I'll learn German, how hard can it be? (Calm down dear - not a serious point & I avoided allo allo references etc) but for this money I'd swap the buttons and nail them on if need be #winning
#27
zeberdys
Actual not too difficult if you have done some PC builds before here is the service manual page 43 is what to look at. https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles_pub/ideapad_310-14ikb_310-15ikb_310touch-15ikb_hmm_201608.pdf

Excellent resource for any owner
#28
TheVeryMan
More Keyboard info which seems fairly okhttp://superuser.com/questions/874052/use-qwertz-keyboard-as-a-qwerty
...keyboard layout differences made in software rather than by the hardware being different.
There are some physical differences... but in general if you select the keyboard layout you are used to touch-typing in you won't get any surprising results.
Sounds ok if not I'll learn German, how hard can it be? (Calm down dear - not a serious point & I avoided allo allo references etc) but for this money I'd swap the buttons and nail them on if need be #winning


Thanks going to be interesting to see how it goes but cant see any major problems.
2 Likes #29
Nobody has mentioned the 2 cell battery yet...
#30
HDMI 2.0? 4k output?
#31
can we add more ram to it?
#32
HOT!! Lenovo always make decent budget laptops
1 Like #33
utkarsh27
can we add more ram to it?

Apparently 1x4GB is soldered in - so you have one upgradeable slot. It's likely the maximum is 12GB
#34
Anyone else ordered it apart from me?
#35
Terrorcide
utkarsh27
can we add more ram to it?

Apparently 1x4GB is soldered in - so you have one upgradeable slot. It's likely the maximum is 12GB


​dealbreaker
#36
tom_gov
Terrorcide
utkarsh27
can we add more ram to it?
Apparently 1x4GB is soldered in - so you have one upgradeable slot. It's likely the maximum is 12GB
​dealbreaker
--
^^ that, ..and only 120gb ssd, shocking 3hour battery, keyboard and a few more tech probs...
(speaking from experience, i bought the AMD A12 version of this Lenovo on black friday.. really regret it frankly! ..but i got mine for cheaper, at 330... so meh :P)

its like they took nice a really nice up to date i5 w SSD and FHD but put it in an old-ish undesirable laptop model ..kinda sad really. :(
#37
zeberdys
Anyone else ordered it apart from me?
I want to order it but how do I get the site into english (uk)
#38
rayrayy0
zeberdys
Anyone else ordered it apart from me?
I want to order it but how do I get the site into english (uk)


Bottom of Amazon.de page, click on world symbol that says Deutsch next to it and change it to English
#39
zeberdys
Anyone else ordered it apart from me?

Arrived today. Sweeeet.
Buttons changed (don't do this if you're ham fisted, mars bar fingered etc its on your own risk). Set keyboard and locale to UK and indeed qwerty touch type layout prevails (shft 3 = £ etc). Quiet, light & I'm happy oh and it flies.
Your choice about changing keyboards or leave as is but I'm happy typing this. I don't speak it but I figured out the initial German setup before changing it in the first 5mins.

Edit Lenovo livechat said 310 doesn't have miracast ... eh yes it does

Edited By: TheVeryMan on Jan 06, 2017 21:40: update feature
#40
captainalexkirk
tom_gov
Terrorcide
utkarsh27
can we add more ram to it?
Apparently 1x4GB is soldered in - so you have one upgradeable slot. It's likely the maximum is 12GB
​dealbreaker
--
^^ that, ..and only 120gb ssd, shocking 3hour battery, keyboard and a few more tech probs...
(speaking from experience, i bought the AMD A12 version of this Lenovo on black friday.. really regret it frankly! ..but i got mine for cheaper, at 330... so meh :P)
its like they took nice a really nice up to date i5 w SSD and FHD but put it in an old-ish undesirable laptop model ..kinda sad really. :(

Not sure - I've ordered it as the spec is otherwise really good compared to other models.

Has anyone spotted a better alternative at this price for a comparible spec?

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