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LENOVO IdeaPad 510 15.6" i5 Laptop £429.99 @ Currys

£429.99 @ Currys
Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i5-6200U Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 940MX Seems like great specs for the price in terms of i5 & 940 graphics. Yes it has no SSD howe… Read More
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
Windows 10
Intel® Core™ i5-6200U Processor
RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 940MX

Seems like great specs for the price in terms of i5 & 940 graphics. Yes it has no SSD however for casual use more storage could be a better option.

Thoughts?
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
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#1
good deal!
#3
For that price, with 10% CB, pretty good.
#4
Great deal, very tempting but not needed(_;)
#5
Is this any good for gaming
#6
smally
Is this any good for gaming

If you want a proper gaming laptop you'd be looking to spend £1000+.

This will play games from a few years ago on low quality and the odd indie game, but that's about it. Don't expect to play GTA 5 or any high end, new games with this.

There's a Medion laptop recently posted with a 1060m, which is a very high end card for a laptop and will run anything. It's quite cheap and a good deal, at £850, but the manufacturer isn't the best and it won't be great quality.

If you want a gaming laptop it's basically go big or go home. Getting anything cheap will just leave you frustrated when it can't play many games.
#7
Salfordgirl1
smally
Is this any good for gaming

If you want a proper gaming laptop you'd be looking to spend £1000+.

This will play games from a few years ago on low quality and the odd indie game, but that's about it. Don't expect to play GTA 5 or any high end, new games with this.

There's a Medion laptop recently posted with a 1060m, which is a very high end card for a laptop and will run anything. It's quite cheap and a good deal, at £850, but the manufacturer isn't the best and it won't be great quality.

If you want a gaming laptop it's basically go big or go home. Getting anything cheap will just leave you frustrated when it can't play many games.


you seem to know what you're talking about. Any decent desktop deals on here at the minute? looking to play rust on medium settings.
1 Like #8
Nearly got this laptop but hopeing for something better on black friday

Can you add ssd to this laptop
#9
hayez3
Salfordgirl1
smally
Is this any good for gaming

If you want a proper gaming laptop you'd be looking to spend £1000+.

This will play games from a few years ago on low quality and the odd indie game, but that's about it. Don't expect to play GTA 5 or any high end, new games with this.

There's a Medion laptop recently posted with a 1060m, which is a very high end card for a laptop and will run anything. It's quite cheap and a good deal, at £850, but the manufacturer isn't the best and it won't be great quality.

If you want a gaming laptop it's basically go big or go home. Getting anything cheap will just leave you frustrated when it can't play many games.


you seem to know what you're talking about. Any decent desktop deals on here at the minute? looking to play rust on medium settings.


To be honest your better off building your own gaming pc I did and it was a lot cheaper than buying one. This link should help you
https://pcpartpicker.com

You can look at other gamers own pc builds or ask the forums for there advice on the budget you have they will tell you what you could build
1 Like #10
thanks op just bought for my 7yr old for Xmas also quidco only tracked £3.58 for me on a £429 buy Lol don't no if I missed something as I am new to quidco but I got double that on a low value ps+ card
#11
I've just got mine too. If anyone wants to ask anything specific about it feel free.

David1uk
Nearly got this laptop but hopeing for something better on black friday
Can you add ssd to this laptop

I know, but Currys are notorious for pulling good deals if they get too popular and iv'e a feeling this one might go up before black Friday, so i took the early gamble. Hope the waiting game pays off for you
#12
LOCKSMITH247
thanks op just bought for my 7yr old for Xmas also quidco only tracked £3.58 for me on a £429 buy Lol don't no if I missed something as I am new to quidco but I got double that on a low value ps+ card


It tracks at a smaller amount first then goes to the higher amount.
#13
hayez3
Salfordgirl1
smally
Is this any good for gaming
If you want a proper gaming laptop you'd be looking to spend £1000+.
This will play games from a few years ago on low quality and the odd indie game, but that's about it. Don't expect to play GTA 5 or any high end, new games with this.
There's a Medion laptop recently posted with a 1060m, which is a very high end card for a laptop and will run anything. It's quite cheap and a good deal, at £850, but the manufacturer isn't the best and it won't be great quality.
If you want a gaming laptop it's basically go big or go home. Getting anything cheap will just leave you frustrated when it can't play many games.
you seem to know what you're talking about. Any decent desktop deals on here at the minute? looking to play rust on medium settings.

As someone with 800 hours on Rust, it's an unoptimised mess. I turn the settings on medium with my 970 and I only get 40-50 FPS in some places.

There's rarely any good deals on laptops, to be quite honest. You'd think that the older a laptop gets, the price would drop but that's not always the case, in many cases it actually gets more expensive the older it gets.

For Rust being played well on a laptop I'd imagine you'd need a 1060m. Anything else and I can't imagine it doing well, since my 970 struggles. You're better off either building a desktop with that money or going saving up. I wouldn't suggest a budget gaming laptop, Rust will stutter the hell out of it.

Edit: Oh, you said Desktop deals :D my bad, thought it said laptop. Just build it yourself and buy parts on sale. Or buy the parts yourself and then take it to an IT technician and ask them to build it for you. Usually around £30-50. Haggle if higher.

If you buy a pre-built desktop they're usually adding a £200-300+ premium and they will usually skimp on the build (Awful PSU, which can destroy your computer, not high quality RAM, poor CPU cooler etc)

Edited By: Salfordgirl1 on Nov 20, 2016 18:39
1 Like #14
Salfordgirl1
smally
Is this any good for gaming
If you want a proper gaming laptop you'd be looking to spend £1000+.
This will play games from a few years ago on low quality and the odd indie game, but that's about it. Don't expect to play GTA 5 or any high end, new games with this.
There's a Medion laptop recently posted with a 1060m, which is a very high end card for a laptop and will run anything. It's quite cheap and a good deal, at £850, but the manufacturer isn't the best and it won't be great quality.
If you want a gaming laptop it's basically go big or go home. Getting anything cheap will just leave you frustrated when it can't play many games.

I've seen on youtube this plays gta v but yes maybe not on high set
1 Like #15
David1uk
Salfordgirl1
smally
Is this any good for gaming
If you want a proper gaming laptop you'd be looking to spend £1000+.
This will play games from a few years ago on low quality and the odd indie game, but that's about it. Don't expect to play GTA 5 or any high end, new games with this.
There's a Medion laptop recently posted with a 1060m, which is a very high end card for a laptop and will run anything. It's quite cheap and a good deal, at £850, but the manufacturer isn't the best and it won't be great quality.
If you want a gaming laptop it's basically go big or go home. Getting anything cheap will just leave you frustrated when it can't play many games.
I've seen on youtube this plays gta v but yes maybe not on high set

At 30fps, yeah, sure on low-medium settings which drops to 20's in the cities. But I think anything less than 60 isn't optimal or smooth or fun to even play. You'll get constant stuttering too and the game will look awful to boot. Considering all of that, I barely see the point.
#16
My 12-year-old daughter needs a laptop for school work, iTunes and not much more (no gaming, for example). Is it worth spending this amount or would this be just as useful? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-ideapad-510-full-hd-299-pc-world-currys-2547916
#17
swelsbyuk
My 12-year-old daughter needs a laptop for school work, iTunes and not much more (no gaming, for example). Is it worth spending this amount or would this be just as useful? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-ideapad-510-full-hd-299-pc-world-currys-2547916

They're both the same, the only difference being the CPU and RAM.

The more expensive one is about 20% faster in terms of raw power and has twice as much RAM.

It's all about buying a laptop at the sweet spot. Buying a budget laptop could leave you frustrated when you notice your computer starts to get slow when trying to do many things (Having FB, twitter, youtube, homework etc open all at the same time will slow this down eventually). At the same time you don't want to spend a huge amount, especially when it's for a kid who could be bored with it after a month and never use it again.

If you have any questions or want any help just drop me a message.
#18
Salfordgirl1
swelsbyuk
My 12-year-old daughter needs a laptop for school work, iTunes and not much more (no gaming, for example). Is it worth spending this amount or would this be just as useful? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-ideapad-510-full-hd-299-pc-world-currys-2547916
They're both the same, the only difference being the CPU and RAM.
The more expensive one is about 20% faster in terms of raw power and has twice as much RAM.
It's all about buying a laptop at the sweet spot. Buying a budget laptop could leave you frustrated when you notice your computer starts to get slow when trying to do many things (Having FB, twitter, youtube, homework etc open all at the same time will slow this down eventually). At the same time you don't want to spend a huge amount, especially when it's for a kid who could be bored with it after a month and never use it again.
If you have any questions or want any help just drop me a message.
And a separate graphics card.

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