Lenovo i3-5005U 15" Laptop Windows 10, 128GB SSD, 4GB RAM, HDMI - £269.97 delivered @ saveonlaptops - HotUKDeals
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Lenovo i3-5005U 15" Laptop Windows 10, 128GB SSD, 4GB RAM, HDMI - £269.97 delivered @ saveonlaptops

£269.97 @ saveonlaptops
Not a bad price for a decently powerful budget laptop with an SSD. Lenovo B50-50 Intel® Core™ i3-5005U Dual Core Processor 15.6" HD Screen Windows 10 Home 64-bit 4GB DDR3 RAM 128GB SSD DVD Re…
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Not a bad price for a decently powerful budget laptop with an SSD.

Lenovo B50-50
Intel® Core™ i3-5005U Dual Core Processor
15.6" HD Screen
Windows 10 Home 64-bit
4GB DDR3 RAM
128GB SSD
DVD Rewriter
Integrated Graphics
USB3 | HDMI | Bluetooth
80S20002UK
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1 Like #1
Great find thanks op, above the image on the web page the option for 500GB SSD is the same price as 128. I can't see any other difference.
#2
plopmaker
Great find thanks op, above the image on the web page the option for 500GB SSD is the same price as 128. I can't see any other difference.
That's 500GB SSHD not SSD i.e. It's a spinning HD with a small amount of flash. It won't have anything like the performance of a pure ssd but of course it will give you a lot more storage.
1 Like #3
Thanks OP, HDD a bit small but definitely a decently priced laptop!
1 Like #4
Hot, can't grumble for the price and specs but someone will grumble that it's not Full HD or 500gb SSD drive
2 Likes #5
Spongy keyboard, sharp edges, poor screen, battery clips not holding battery properly. B50's look decent on paper but poorly built. Beware.
1 Like #6
jaswolves
Spongy keyboard, sharp edges, poor screen, battery clips not holding battery properly. B50's look decent on paper but poorly built. Beware.

Completely agree. Much better off buying a Dell Latitude with an SSD off EBay for around £150. Or pick up one without an SSD for even cheaper and put an SSD in it yourself.

Edited By: IWannaBeAdored on Oct 22, 2016 08:50
#7
IWannaBeAdored
jaswolves
Spongy keyboard, sharp edges, poor screen, battery clips not holding battery properly. B50's look decent on paper but poorly built. Beware.

Completely agree. Much better off buying a Dell Latitude with an SSD off EBay for around £150. Or pick up one without an SSD for even cheaper and put an SSD in it yourself.


​..and cross fingers to be compatible with the bios
#8
Just bought one of these for around same price from laptopsdirect (£20 off £200 when you sign up to which magazine for £1, then cancelled subscription straight away). OK laptop for what I need it for. Boots up in seconds, looks and feels very cheap tho as you would expect. Probably gonna have to get external hard drive.
#9
plz plz do not use this company
2 Likes #10
niconelove
plz plz do not use this company

I think you need to give some explanation.

Edited By: sherlock747 on Oct 22, 2016 12:41
3 Likes #11
sherlock747
niconelove
plz plz do not use this company

I think you need to give some explanation.


He works for a rival company
2 Likes #12
https://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/m/p/1985072

for 6th gen i5 and 128gb sdd. seems like a good price
1 Like #13
Can't believe laptops are still being flogged with 1366x768 screens. Its crap on a phone, let alone a 15" laptop.

Cue moaners "its £270"... You can buy one of my turds for only a quid, its still a turd.
1 Like #14
Got similar alternatives? link pls
1 Like #15
i need a laptop that is full hd and that is 2tb or more SSD and around or sub £350 mark? is that possible now or should i come back in 10 years time?
#16
iz123456789
i need a laptop that is full hd and that is 2tb or more SSD and around or sub £350 mark? is that possible now or should i come back in 10 years time?

Give it 20.
#17
Hot. This will turn on really quick if thats what you want.
1 Like #18
jaydeeuk1
Can't believe laptops are still being flogged with 1366x768 screens. Its crap on a phone, let alone a 15" laptop.
Cue moaners "its £270"... You can buy one of my turds for only a quid, its still a turd.

What are the deliver costs on your turds? Quidco? Nectar points?
Asking for a friend.
#19
iz123456789
i need a laptop that is full hd and that is 2tb or more SSD and around or sub £350 mark? is that possible now or should i come back in 10 years time?


Get yourself a time machine and you into the future, then buy one
1 Like #20
li0nhead
jaydeeuk1
Can't believe laptops are still being flogged with 1366x768 screens. Its crap on a phone, let alone a 15" laptop.
Cue moaners "its £270"... You can buy one of my turds for only a quid, its still a turd.
What are the deliver costs on your turds? Quidco? Nectar points?
Asking for a friend.
Royal mail have banned me now sorry.
#21
sherlock747
niconelove
plz plz do not use this company

I think you need to give some explanation.


​i bought a laptop from them which went to bluescreen the first time I tried to use it and their customer service refused to refund or replace saying that they sold me hardware and it was a software problem and that's nothing to do with them when though the software came with the laptop
1 Like #22
balexandrov
IWannaBeAdored
jaswolves
Spongy keyboard, sharp edges, poor screen, battery clips not holding battery properly. B50's look decent on paper but poorly built. Beware.
Completely agree. Much better off buying a Dell Latitude with an SSD off EBay for around £150. Or pick up one without an SSD for even cheaper and put an SSD in it yourself.
​..and cross fingers to be compatible with the bios

You don't really do much with PC's do you? :)

Absolutely fine, 999 times out of 1000. Not so WiFi / WWAN cards however, and m2 nmve into slots only wired for sata, but that's another story :P
#23
iz123456789
i need a laptop that is full hd and that is 2tb or more SSD and around or sub £350 mark? is that possible now or should i come back in 10 years time?

The way things are going, I think we'll see smartwatches with these specs before laptops at comparable prices.

Edited By: cidharten on Oct 22, 2016 23:22
#24
iz123456789
i need a laptop that is full hd and that is 2tb or more SSD and around or sub £350 mark? is that possible now or should i come back in 10 years time?


Why?

And seeing as a 2tb SSD on it's own is about £500 - 700, not any time soon.

Get yourself a laptop with an SSD boot drive and bd/dvd rom (like this), then replace the optical drive (that you don't really need in 2016) with a caddy (like 281436889341 on ebay that probably fits this model) containing a ~ £55ish 2tb hdd to dump all the rubbish you should be putting on a nas instead.

Honestly, the only reason you need a big drive actually in the PC itself nowadays is for massively oversized game installs - and you're not gaming on this or any other sub £350 laptop.

Edited By: Awaken on Oct 22, 2016 23:26
#25
You can probably get a optical bay to hdd converter/caddy and add in a mechanical storage drive, they seem to be going for about a fiver on ebay but it's from US or hong kong, I only checked for 30 secs so someone might be able to find a domestic version.
#26
Awaken
balexandrov
IWannaBeAdored
jaswolves
Spongy keyboard, sharp edges, poor screen, battery clips not holding battery properly. B50's look decent on paper but poorly built. Beware.
Completely agree. Much better off buying a Dell Latitude with an SSD off EBay for around £150. Or pick up one without an SSD for even cheaper and put an SSD in it yourself.
​..and cross fingers to be compatible with the bios

You don't really do much with PC's do you? :)

Absolutely fine, 999 times out of 1000. Not so WiFi / WWAN cards however, and m2 nmve into slots only wired for sata, but that's another story :P


​Yeah, I'm only some lone CTO ;)
1 Like #27
balexandrov
Awaken
balexandrov
IWannaBeAdored
jaswolves
Spongy keyboard, sharp edges, poor screen, battery clips not holding battery properly. B50's look decent on paper but poorly built. Beware.
Completely agree. Much better off buying a Dell Latitude with an SSD off EBay for around £150. Or pick up one without an SSD for even cheaper and put an SSD in it yourself.
​..and cross fingers to be compatible with the bios

You don't really do much with PC's do you? :)

Absolutely fine, 999 times out of 1000. Not so WiFi / WWAN cards however, and m2 nmve into slots only wired for sata, but that's another story :P


​Yeah, I'm only some lone CTO ;)


​you can claim whatever job you like - your comment was that of someone who has little-to-no idea of what they are talking.
#28
niconelove
plz plz do not use this company


​WHY?
#29
Would this be good for kids homework? Got a 10 and 11 year old and their homework is starting them to need to do research online. So thinking about a laptop for xmas.

They would want to be able to play some games (not the latest but playable ones from yesteryear that are available on steam). Also, hopefully the laptop would see them through the next 3 years to GCSEs writing essays etc.

Would this do for that? Or is it worth waiting for Black Friday.

Also would it play fm16 or 17? That would be for me to have a go but not that important if not (not played since fm2005).

Cheers
#30
ooh the i3 claims to have 3-4 hours battery life. this has 7. given they will decline by 50%, this makes the amd much much better in my view
1 Like #31
sorry posted in wrong room. but think john is who I am talking to! john I played fm2016 on my old atom netbook asus t100 so this would be more than adequate!! but I recommend the amd. see you on the other page!
#32
#33
Sorry, thought I had written something! Just wanted to say thanks for the info.
#34
Looked up this company on Trust Pilot and they didn't have v good reviews.
BTShop have it at the same price and much better reviews on Trust Pilot so I'm hoping that in the event of any probs with the laptop it won't go too badly.
Years ago I swore to have nothing to do with BT ever again but you can't win em all.
#35
280 now.. pff
#36
i need a laptop that will run League of Legends at decent FPS . pls link

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