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LENOVO IdeaPad 510 15.6" Laptop £599.00 @ Currys

£599.00 @ Currys
Intel® Core™ i7-6500U Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 940MX Read More
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RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 940MX
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#1
Plus you get 10% cash back making it £539.99, pretty decent price.
#2
I'm still debating whether to buy it or not (corrected sorry)

Edited By: tomloaf on Aug 14, 2016 10:03: spelling
#3
Always better price on ebay. Currys laptop=rip off
#4
linhang90
Always better price on ebay. Currys laptop=rip off
Where, I can't find one with the same or better spec
1 Like #5
tomloaf
I'm still debating weather to buy it or not


WHETHER !!
5 Likes #6
tomloaf
I'm still debating weather to buy it or not
Save your money for a rainy day!:D
#7
linhang90
Always better price on ebay. Currys laptop=rip off
Then why don't you show us your wisdom, and provide us a link. Else allot of people might doubt your claims.
#8
pedant99
tomloaf
I'm still debating weather to buy it or not
WHETHER !!
mad bad sorry
#9
Publix
tomloaf
I'm still debating weather to buy it or not
Save your money for a rainy day!:D
ha ha
2 Likes #10
tomloaf
pedant99
tomloaf
I'm still debating weather to buy it or not
WHETHER !!
mad bad sorry


thates sum relly bad speling dood. yu shood bee ashaymed
#11
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
#12
nia112001
tomloaf
pedant99
tomloaf
I'm still debating weather to buy it or not
WHETHER !!
mad bad sorry
thates sum relly bad speling dood. yu shood bee ashaymed
That last one was intentional for all the tolls.
#13
leeparsons
linhang90
Always better price on ebay. Currys laptop=rip off
Then why don't you show us your wisdom, and provide us a link. Else allot of people might doubt your claims.


Just examples on ebay,item number 182171796648
162168056171
I personally would go for an A+/A grade refurbished laptop with warranty which u can easily find on ebay.. a lot cheaper and alot of laptop for money. Just couple examples.. I believe there are even better deals on ebay/amazon but due to having limited time u can find out urself.. Now u know currys is a rip off
#14
linhang90
leeparsons
linhang90
Always better price on ebay. Currys laptop=rip off
Then why don't you show us your wisdom, and provide us a link. Else allot of people might doubt your claims.
Just examples on ebay,item number 182171796648
162168056171
I personally would go for an A+/A grade refurbished laptop with warranty which u can easily find on ebay.. a lot cheaper and alot of laptop for money. Just couple examples.. I believe there are even better deals on ebay/amazon but due to having limited time u can find out urself.. Now u know currys is a rip off
Those are good but not as good displays and I can get the trade in value for my current **** laptop
#15
evildrneil
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
Buy an enclosure and ssd, connect to laptop, clone drive, install ssd, put HDD in enclosure, format hdd, use HDD as external hard drive (for pc/mac/Xbox/whatever else)
#16
Alvie
evildrneil
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
Buy an enclosure and ssd, connect to laptop, clone drive, install ssd, put HDD in enclosure, format hdd, use HDD as external hard drive (for pc/mac/Xbox/whatever else)
Sorry I’m not computer literate (or any form of literate as previously shown) enough for me to do but good idea.
#17
Alvie
evildrneil
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
Buy an enclosure and ssd, connect to laptop, clone drive, install ssd, put HDD in enclosure, format hdd, use HDD as external hard drive (for pc/mac/Xbox/whatever else)

You could yes - but computers (especially at this price) should be coming with an SSD as standard these days.
#18
evildrneil
Alvie
evildrneil
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
Buy an enclosure and ssd, connect to laptop, clone drive, install ssd, put HDD in enclosure, format hdd, use HDD as external hard drive (for pc/mac/Xbox/whatever else)
You could yes - but computers (especially at this price) should be coming with an SSD as standard these days.
It seems for that price it's either i7 and disk HD or i5 and SSHD
#19
evildrneil
Alvie
evildrneil
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
Buy an enclosure and ssd, connect to laptop, clone drive, install ssd, put HDD in enclosure, format hdd, use HDD as external hard drive (for pc/mac/Xbox/whatever else)
You could yes - but computers (especially at this price) should be coming with an SSD as standard these days.
They're still not popular enough to completely replace hdd because of the price. Those that are not very computer literate would see a 1TB HDD way better value than a 256GB SSD because it's more.

When the price difference becomes more even, then it will be in most laptops as standard.

Edited By: Alvie on Aug 15, 2016 12:34: Not
#20
Alvie
evildrneil
Alvie
evildrneil
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
Buy an enclosure and ssd, connect to laptop, clone drive, install ssd, put HDD in enclosure, format hdd, use HDD as external hard drive (for pc/mac/Xbox/whatever else)
You could yes - but computers (especially at this price) should be coming with an SSD as standard these days.
They're still not popular enough to completely replace hdd because of the price. Those that are very computer literate would see a 1TB HDD way better value than a 256GB SSD because it's more.
When the price difference becomes more even, then it will be in most laptops as standard.
Which is more important then getting one with a SSD or higher processor. I thought the processor. Also is the trade in at curry’s a good deal as I can get £125 for my old laptop which makes this deal for me. Anywhere else advisable to get money for the old beast 15 acer aspire.
#21
Isn't it the case that if an SSD fails you have Zero chance to recover any files, whereas with a HDD at least you can recover files from the non corrupt sectors?
#22
Go for a better processor, as you can always upgrade the hard drive later. Not that upgrading hard drives is that easy on most modern small/slim laptops.

Lenovos are fiddly to upgrade, but they do put their maintenance manuals with instructions on their website.
#23
tomloaf
nia112001
tomloaf
pedant99
tomloaf
I'm still debating weather to buy it or not
WHETHER !!
mad bad sorry
thates sum relly bad speling dood. yu shood bee ashaymed
That last one was intentional for all the tolls.


just right... place is full of them
#24
Alvie
evildrneil
Alvie
evildrneil
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
Buy an enclosure and ssd, connect to laptop, clone drive, install ssd, put HDD in enclosure, format hdd, use HDD as external hard drive (for pc/mac/Xbox/whatever else)
You could yes - but computers (especially at this price) should be coming with an SSD as standard these days.
They're still not popular enough to completely replace hdd because of the price. Those that are very computer literate would see a 1TB HDD way better value than a 256GB SSD because it's more.
When the price difference becomes more even, then it will be in most laptops as standard.

There's not that much difference these days - and we're not talking about a sub £300 laptop but one in the £600 mid range. At this point I see lack of an SSD as a serious omission.

(And I assume you meant those who are not very computer literate would see a 1TB HD as better value than a 256GB SSD?)
#25
evildrneil
Alvie
evildrneil
Alvie
evildrneil
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
Buy an enclosure and ssd, connect to laptop, clone drive, install ssd, put HDD in enclosure, format hdd, use HDD as external hard drive (for pc/mac/Xbox/whatever else)
You could yes - but computers (especially at this price) should be coming with an SSD as standard these days.
They're still not popular enough to completely replace hdd because of the price. Those that are very computer literate would see a 1TB HDD way better value than a 256GB SSD because it's more.
When the price difference becomes more even, then it will be in most laptops as standard.
(And I assume you meant those who are not very computer literate would see a 1TB HD as better value than a 256GB SSD?)
Yeah, I missed the 'not'
1 Like #26
tomloaf
Alvie
evildrneil
Alvie
evildrneil
Looks a good deal to me with the 10% off - just a pity about that mechanical disk.
Buy an enclosure and ssd, connect to laptop, clone drive, install ssd, put HDD in enclosure, format hdd, use HDD as external hard drive (for pc/mac/Xbox/whatever else)
You could yes - but computers (especially at this price) should be coming with an SSD as standard these days.
They're still not popular enough to completely replace hdd because of the price. Those that are very computer literate would see a 1TB HDD way better value than a 256GB SSD because it's more.
When the price difference becomes more even, then it will be in most laptops as standard.
Which is more important then getting one with a SSD or higher processor. I thought the processor. Also is the trade in at curry’s a good deal as I can get £125 for my old laptop which makes this deal for me. Anywhere else advisable to get money for the old beast 15 acer aspire.
Depends on what you're using it for:

light use (browsing, multimedia) = get a lesser processor and as much storage as you need (which may not be that much)

Gaming = at least i5 + dedicated gpu (not 920m-940m though) and enough storage for all files and games. (ssd for fast load times)

Video editing = ssd for cache, quad core Intel, enough storage for all video files
#27
any idea whether this dual core i7 will be enough for me to run photoshop (regular use)?
#28
IBadAss
Isn't it the case that if an SSD fails you have Zero chance to recover any files, whereas with a HDD at least you can recover files from the non corrupt sectors?

Lol you got that completely the wrong way round.

If your standard mechanical drive fails you are pretty much stuffed unless you get lucky or can afford to send it off to a data recovery lab

In most cases and all the cases I have worked with a failed ssd will become almost read only as in you can pull the files off and that's about it.... Which is what you want



Edited By: jimlad21 on Aug 24, 2016 07:39

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