Lenovo Ideapad 100s Laptop, Intel Core Atom, 2GB RAM, 32GB, 11" £129 at John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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#1
Very tidy little machine. Not really reduced by £100 though and same price at Currys/PC World. That said it is a hot post even at this price. Its an Atom processor which is what the netbooks used so not gonna set the world on fire by its processing power but for evryday surfing and light programs it will do great. I am tempted to buy one as a second laptop mainly due to the reviews and the fantastic battery life of around 8 to 9 hours!
Lenovo badging is also a great selling point. Really cant knock this item. Well done OP

Very are currenty selling it for £109.99 and £3.99 p&p. That's £113.98 so saves a bit but John Lewis customer service and waranty much more respectable. At such a low price I would pay the £129.95 for the reassurance.
#2
isn't this the laptop that sky are giving away free at the moment with sky TV new customers?
#3
WolverhamptonDealDon
isn't this the laptop that sky are giving away free at the moment with sky TV new customers?
I think it is. Good spot if you're looking at signing up to Sky anyway.
#4
£20 cheaper from Amazon - why would anyone pay £129?!

These run the same processor as not only netbooks, but tablets. To me, with these specs, this is just a glorified tablet with a keyboard that you can't remove. Each to their own.
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woldranger
£20 cheaper from Amazon - why would anyone pay £129?!

These run the same processor as not only netbooks, but tablets. To me, with these specs, this is just a glorified tablet with a keyboard that you can't remove. Each to their own.


Why would anyone pay £20 extra?

​For an extra years warranty? ;)
#6
wolvesinwales
​For an extra years warranty? ;)
everything in EU is covered for 2 years anyway?
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banita
everything in EU is covered for 2 years anyway?
No it's not and I'm sure we've had this discussion before :D

https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/consumer/somethings-gone-wrong-with-a-purchase/claim-using-a-warranty-or-guarantee/
https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/Global/Public/Campaigns/cra/ConsumerRightsSummary-GoodsOL.pdf

Edited By: spannerzone on Jun 12, 2016 17:17
#8
EU Law stand above any local laws, companies policies etc - it's up to consumer how far he/she want to carry on fighting about it
#9
£110 + £4 delivery at very

£110 @ Amazon
#10
Had one of these from Amazon, the tiny 32gb meant it wasnt even able to complete all the windows 10 and defender updates required before it was full!!!

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