Lenovo Ideapad 510s Intel® Core™ i5 Processor 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD Storage, 14 inch Full HD Red Laptop £479.99 after £100 cashback £379.99 @ Very - HotUKDeals
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Lenovo Ideapad 510s Intel® Core™ i5 Processor 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD Storage, 14 inch Full HD Red Laptop £479.99 after £100 cashback £379.99 @ Very

£479.99 @ Very
Intel® Core™ i5-6200U 8Gb RAM 128Gb SSD storage 14 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-glare display Windows 10 Home 64-bit 802.11 a/c Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® 4.0 720p HD camera Ports: 2 x USB 3.0, 1 …
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Intel® Core™ i5-6200U
8Gb RAM
128Gb SSD storage
14 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-glare display
Windows 10 Home 64-bit
802.11 a/c Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® 4.0
720p HD camera
Ports: 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0 with Always-on Charging
3.5mm Combo Audio Jack
HDMI
RJ-45
4-in-1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC)

Use BNPL for 12 months on your Very credit account and Very will credit you with £100 so making this laptop £379.99
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#1
http://i67.tinypic.com/15n0rjr.jpg
#2
I bought a couple of these microSD card readers for 99p off eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/282064325884?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
I use one of these also on my Lenovo N22 chromebook.
http://i64.tinypic.com/2lt36tc.jpg
Before and after.
#3
Looks like an excellent machine for an amazingly low price.

The only thing holding me back is the colour. It seems a bit extreme.

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Sep 21, 2016 17:43
#4
Tempting, great price & good laptop but not Kaby Lake & had terrible service from Very in the past
#5
Pls can anyone help I didn't get that
#6
I open account but it is showing 479
#7
can't see the £100 credit showing up anywhere
#8
Swinggcat
can't see the £100 credit showing up anywhere
Same here does not give option of BNPL just 3 payments
#9
im interested in this deal can someone help me on the £100 cashback method and how to do it?
#10
When did 15.6" become toooo big to deal with?? Yes yes, when you've run through all your "I don't know, wife's never had that issue" ones; back to the point. I'm not sure why they're suddenly shrinking back down to 14", 13", 11". I remember using my manager's clunky old 14" she lent to me and the experience was miserable compared to just 1.6 extra inches (I couldn't afford a laptop at the time).
#11
Would you go for this one or...
http://www.very.co.uk/lenovo-ideapad-500-intelreg-coretrade-i5-processor-8gb-ram-1tb-hard-drive-156-inch-laptop-with-2gb-amd-radeon-r7-graphics-white/1600056150.prd?amendCommerceItemId=ci99661002692

How does windows 10 load up on a hdd these days ? Surely cant be that bad since it runs fast ish on weak tablets ?

Would the integrated 520 graphics card compare to the r7 M360 ? Easier to upgrade the SSD than add a graphics card if not... Hmmm HHmmm Hmmm
#12
I think you need to open an account to get the 12 month bnpl option. I just did it. Not sure how reliable this company are when it comes to honoring cashback.

I was looking to buy a laptop for decent, general use and this seems to fit the bill. Can anyone explain why Macbooks are so much more?
1 Like #13
Unrelated but for those who are interested in a laptop similar to this but not this one in particular...

I got the Lenovo 710s a few months ago after someone recommended it on a thread I posted it. It's got specs similar to this one but 256GB SSD and a Iris graphics and its 13.3" with very slim bezels. I got the i5 as it was £100 less and I believe otherwise the same as the i7 but with a slightly lower clock speed.

The 710s is fantastic and it only cost me £500 (including optional 3 year warranty) after discount and cashback, highly recommend if you want the improved graphics and slimmer / lighter form.

Otherwise, this is a cracking deal if the quality of the laptop is anything like the 710s (the keyboard is a bit quirky though and takes a bit of getting used to!! Looks like the same layout). Heated.

Edited By: djbenny1 on Sep 22, 2016 13:49: Details
#14
im interested in this deal can someone help me on the £100 cashback method and how to do it?
#15
chrisredmayne
Would you go for this one or...http://www.very.co.uk/lenovo-ideapad-500-intelreg-coretrade-i5-processor-8gb-ram-1tb-hard-drive-156-inch-laptop-with-2gb-amd-radeon-r7-graphics-white/1600056150.prd?amendCommerceItemId=ci99661002692
How does windows 10 load up on a hdd these days ? Surely cant be that bad since it runs fast ish on weak tablets ?
Would the integrated 520 graphics card compare to the r7 M360 ? Easier to upgrade the SSD than add a graphics card if not... Hmmm HHmmm Hmmm

You want an SSD. Trust me. If anything remove the optical drive and fit a storage hard drive in there.

Regarding iGPU, the R7 is around 30% more powerful.




Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Sep 21, 2016 19:44: Update
#16
K1LLER HORNET
chrisredmayne
Would you go for this one or...http://www.very.co.uk/lenovo-ideapad-500-intelreg-coretrade-i5-processor-8gb-ram-1tb-hard-drive-156-inch-laptop-with-2gb-amd-radeon-r7-graphics-white/1600056150.prd?amendCommerceItemId=ci99661002692
How does windows 10 load up on a hdd these days ? Surely cant be that bad since it runs fast ish on weak tablets ?
Would the integrated 520 graphics card compare to the r7 M360 ? Easier to upgrade the SSD than add a graphics card if not... Hmmm HHmmm Hmmm

You want an SSD. Trust me. If anything remove the optical drive and fit a storage hard drive in there.


​im thinking the same, have a i3 4005i and it was so slow before I put in the SSD... but would like a graphics card to be able to play cities too, hard to get on the cheap
#17
tofaeal
im interested in this deal can someone help me on the £100 cashback method and how to do it?

http://s22.postimg.org/s0eh5x4nl/header.jpg

1. Buy a Computing product and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout.
2. We'll automatically credit £50 or £100 of the Computing price depending on your purchase back to your account by 8th November 2016.

Buy Now Pay Later allows you delay payment for up to 12 months. The payment free period starts when you place your order.

Avoid interest by paying in full within the payment free period. If you don't, interest will be charged. Find out more in checkout.

Delivery charges are payable on your next statement.
If you return your item, the credit will be reversed. This offer can't be used in conjunction with other offers.

Credit provided, subject to credit and account status by Shop Direct Finance Company Ltd. Aintree Innovation Centre, Park Lane, Netherton, Bootle L30 1SL. Over 18's. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
4 Likes #18
manuelw
I think you need to open an account to get the 12 month bnpl option. I just did it. Not sure how reliable this company are when it comes to honoring cashback.

I was looking to buy a laptop for decent, general use and this seems to fit the bill. Can anyone explain why Macbooks are so much more?


​cause nuggets pay the money.

I understand if it's for the additional functionality but most people pay extra cause they don't realise they're talking [email protected] when defending their decision to buy an Apple product
#19
It really depends, I'm no apple fan boy but I managed to get a good deal on a Mac book air. I was doing a post grad course so got a student discount on top offer an offer at the time. If I'd had gone with a comparable speced Samsung slim profile laptop then it would have been circa £900 however I paid £700 for the mac book air.
#20
jallsey
Tempting, great price & good laptop but not Kaby Lake & had terrible service from Very in the past
can not agree more about very
#21
djbenny1
Unrelated but for those who are interested in a laptop similar to this but not this one in particular...
I got the Lenovo 710s a few months ago after someone recommended it on a thread I posted it. It's got specs similar to this one but 256GB SSD and a Iris graphics and its 13.3" with very slim bezels. I got the i5 as it was £100 less and I believe otherwise the same as the i7 but with a slightly lower clock speed.
The 710s is fantastic and it only cost me £500 after discount and cashback, highly recommend if you want the improved graphics and slimmer / lighter form.
Otherwise, this is a cracking deal if the quality of the laptop is anything like the 710s (the keyboard is a bit quirky though and takes a bit of getting used to!! Looks like the same layout). Heated.

Hey are you able to say where you got this good deal on the 710s from?
#22
manuelw
I think you need to open an account to get the 12 month bnpl option. I just did it. Not sure how reliable this company are when it comes to honoring cashback.
I was looking to buy a laptop for decent, general use and this seems to fit the bill. Can anyone explain why Macbooks are so much more?

For the past 10-15 years i have only used lenovo/ibm or macbooks, for the amount of time i spend on computers i want it to be a pleasurable experience, i had a job once where we had dells, may have been an xps 13, one of the few laptops that came with linux as a pre-installed option, which was nice but the plasticy feel of the keyboard began to grate.

When running osx or linux a well built machine will last a long time, there just isn't as much reason to upgrade hardware if the software doesn't demand it. I currently use a lenovo at home (x220) and a macbook at work, if push came to shove then is would say i prefer the macbook for the screen - the screen on a macbook is a joy... less so on the lenovo, as for the OS, being able to run a *nix OS and excel on the same machine is nice to have but really as most of my work is done in command line or browser it doesn't really matter so much these days but YMMV.

Unfortunately developments that came to light today mean that lenovo is taking steps to actively discourage installing linux on their systems so it may be that my hand is forced on what my next machine will be - but it will most likely be a mac, my last one lasted 8 years and still had a surprisingly decent resell value - no other machine is going to give you that.
1 Like #23
Use the code KLT6C for another £20 off.
#24
Hardawan
jallsey
Tempting, great price & good laptop but not Kaby Lake & had terrible service from Very in the past
can not agree more about very

That's worrying to hear again.

It's probably best to pay with a credit card.
If Very are problematic you can get the CC company to reimburse you/chase it up with Very themselves.
#25
lookingforadeal
Use the code KLT6C for another £20 off.
Use that code it will cancel out the £100 cashback so don't go complaining when Very do not honour their deal.



Edited By: RiverDragon8 on Sep 21, 2016 22:24: edit
#26
K1LLER HORNET
Hardawan
jallsey
Tempting, great price & good laptop but not Kaby Lake & had terrible service from Very in the past
can not agree more about very
That's worrying to hear again.

It's probably best to pay with a credit card.
If Very are problematic you can get the CC company to reimburse you/chase it up with Very themselves.
To be eligible for this offer you need a CREDIT account so you can add the BNPL for the £100 credit.
#27
K1LLER HORNET
Hardawan
jallsey
Tempting, great price & good laptop but not Kaby Lake & had terrible service from Very in the past
can not agree more about very

That's worrying to hear again.

It's probably best to pay with a credit card.
If Very are problematic you can get the CC company to reimburse you/chase it up with Very themselves.


​very are so unprofessional and Cheater at least it was like that for my case
#28
RiverDragon8
K1LLER HORNET
Hardawan
jallsey
Tempting, great price & good laptop but not Kaby Lake & had terrible service from Very in the past
can not agree more about very
That's worrying to hear again.
It's probably best to pay with a credit card.
If Very are problematic you can get the CC company to reimburse you/chase it up with Very themselves.
To be eligible for this offer you need a CREDIT account so you can add the BNPL for the £100 credit.

Sorry I don't have experience with BNPL schemes.
So are you saying you can only pay via direct debit from your bank account?
#29
K1LLER HORNET
RiverDragon8
K1LLER HORNET
Hardawan
jallsey
Tempting, great price & good laptop but not Kaby Lake & had terrible service from Very in the past
can not agree more about very
That's worrying to hear again.
It's probably best to pay with a credit card.
If Very are problematic you can get the CC company to reimburse you/chase it up with Very themselves.
To be eligible for this offer you need a CREDIT account so you can add the BNPL for the £100 credit.
Sorry I don't have experience with BNPL schemes.
So are you saying you can only pay via direct debit from your bank account?
Register an account with Very then buy this laptop. Very will then credit your account with £100 (by the 8th Nov). It's entirely up to you how you pay off the laptop within 12 months.
#30
Thanks ordered, hope the cashback pays out...
#31
RiverDragon8
K1LLER HORNET
RiverDragon8
K1LLER HORNET
Hardawan
jallsey
Tempting, great price & good laptop but not Kaby Lake & had terrible service from Very in the past
can not agree more about very
That's worrying to hear again.
It's probably best to pay with a credit card.
If Very are problematic you can get the CC company to reimburse you/chase it up with Very themselves.
To be eligible for this offer you need a CREDIT account so you can add the BNPL for the £100 credit.
Sorry I don't have experience with BNPL schemes.
So are you saying you can only pay via direct debit from your bank account?
Register an account with Very then buy this laptop. Very will then credit your account with £100 (by the 8th Nov). It's entirely up to you how you pay off the laptop within 12 months.

So CC protection is an option. Good to know.
That's what I meant in my original post rather than paying via CC immediately.
#32
Is that mentioned in the t&c's anywhere?

RiverDragon8
lookingforadeal
Use the code KLT6C for another £20 off.
Use that code it will cancel out the £100 cashback so don't go complaining when Very do not honour their deal.
#33
battery life?
#34
it's Very iffy here...

Very have not got the best customer services
i.e. Could try harder
#35
databar
it's Very iffy here...
Very have not got the best customer services
i.e. Could try harder

Very customer service is outsourced, which may explain why it's so useless.
1 Like #36
Is the keyboard backlit?
1 Like #38
Yes it is
SilenceOfTheBirds
Is the keyboard backlit?
#39
I've ordered the laptop, how long until the £100 credit appears ?
#40
By 8th November.

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Edited By: lookingforadeal on Sep 22, 2016 09:09: add date

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