Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 15 laptop (LENYA07E8J) corei5-450m(2.4GHz), 4gb Ram 320 HDD £474 @ Insight - HotUKDeals
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£569.86 - 100 cashback from lenovo on edge 15 laptops
=£469.86 + delivery(4.99 guess) -2.02% TCB (about £9) =£460.86+del.

LENOVO CASHBACK ON EDGE SERIESE LAPTOPS
LINK: http://www.lenovocashback.com/uk/en/notebook/

Features Hyper-Threading Technology, integrated memory
controller, Intel Turbo Boost Technology
Processor Intel Core i5 450M / 2.4 GHz
Chipset Type Mobile Intel HM55 Express
64-bit Computing Yes
Multi-Core Technology Dual-Core
Max Turbo Speed 2.66 GHz
RAM Technology DDR3 SDRAM - 1066 MHz
Form Factor SO DIMM 204-pin
Installed Size 4 GB / 4 GB (max)
Memory Specification Compliance PC3-8500
Storage Hard Drive 320 GB - Serial ATA-300 - 5400 rpm
Networking Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit
Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR
Compliant Standards IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1
Wireless NIC Intel WiFi Link 1000
Wireless LAN Supported Yes
Miscellaneous
Features Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately), administrator password, hard drive password, power-on password, ThinkVantage Active Protection System
Compliant Standards RoHS
Power
Power Device External
Voltage Required AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature 5 °C
Max Operating Temperature 35 °C
Humidity Range Operating 8 - 95%
Storage Controller
Type Serial ATA
Video
Graphics Processor / Vendor Intel HD Graphics Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0
Audio
Compliant Standards High Definition Audio
Audio Output Sound card
Audio Input Microphone
Audio Codec Realtek ALC269
Display
Features LED-backlit, anti-glare
Display Type 15.6" TFT
Max Resolution 1366 x 768 ( WXGA )
Widescreen Display Yes
Cache Memory
Type L3 Cache
Installed Size 3 MB
Optical Storage
Type DVD-Writer - integrated
Input Device(s)
Type Keyboard, touchpad, TrackPoint, UltraNav
Features Spill-resistant, multi-touch touchpad
Battery
Technology 6-cell Lithium Ion
Installed Qty 1 / 1 (max)
Capacity 2200 mAh
Run Time (Up To) 4.5 hour(s)
Operating System / Software
OS Provided Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Edition
Microsoft Office Preloaded Includes a pre-loaded image of select Microsoft Office 2010 suites. Purchase an Office 2010 Product Key Card or disc to activate preloaded software on this PC.
Card Reader
Type 7 in 1 card reader
Supported Flash Memory Cards SD Memory Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, MultiMediaCard, xD-Picture Card, SDHC Memory Card, xD-Picture Card Type H
Notebook Camera
Camera Type Integrated
Sensor Resolution 2 Megapixel
Environmental Standards
EPEAT Compliant EPEAT Gold
ENERGY STAR Qualified Yes
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#1
This should get hot . . .
#2
no comments ? really a good deal


Edited By: tayba20 on Nov 14, 2010 10:34
#3
Is claiming cashback relatively easy?? Very interested in this laptop probs the best deal i've seen for an i5 laptop :)
#4
philcharman
Is claiming cashback relatively easy?? Very interested in this laptop probs the best deal i've seen for an i5 laptop :)

yes fill the form after purchage and get cashback within two months
#5
tayba20
philcharman
Is claiming cashback relatively easy?? Very interested in this laptop probs the best deal i've seen for an i5 laptop :)
yes fill the form after purchage and get cashback within two months

On the website it says something about waiting for 3 months after purchase to claim? thats what confused me. Rated hot :)
#6
Nice spec. and Lenovo build quality in the bargin
#7
philcharman
tayba20
philcharman
Is claiming cashback relatively easy?? Very interested in this laptop probs the best deal i've seen for an i5 laptop :)
yes fill the form after purchage and get cashback within two months


On the website it says something about waiting for 3 months after purchase to claim? thats what confused me. Rated hot :)

see 13th term and condition by following this link
http://www.lenovocashback.com/uk/en/notebook/
it says within 56 days after claim received refund will given
#8
would be way hotter if it had a dedicated graphics card for gaming.

But good for daily use XD
#9
I just did a very quick search (and didn't look at the spec) and you can get an Edge 15 laptop from Laptops Direct (NVLDFUK) for £379, and with a £100 rebate, that would brign it down to under £300.. Thats got to be a good deal surely??

I currently use an old T30 for surfing which I love, but its showing its age.. This could be an interesting option to upgrade.. I think I need to do a bit of research!

Edit.. Ignore that.. The price they quote already includes the cashback!


Edited By: jweaver on Nov 14, 2010 13:47
#10
jweaver
I just did a very quick search (and didn't look at the spec) and you can get an Edge 15 laptop from Laptops Direct (NVLDFUK) for £379, and with a £100 rebate, that would brign it down to under £300.. Thats got to be a good deal surely??

I currently use an old T30 for surfing which I love, but its showing its age.. This could be an interesting option to upgrade.. I think I need to do a bit of research!

Edit.. Ignore that.. The price they quote already includes the cashback!



think thats an i3
#11
the built quality of the EDGE series is not really as good as the other models in the Thinkpad family. i personally think that anyone who wants a thinkpad should pick one from the X,T or W series as the build quality is much more better. also the thinkpad models in the US are much cheaper than the ones in the UK. if you can find a way to get it in the US with the SPP program you are pretty much looking at 40% off the US retail price. just a little advice from my personal experience. i got my top-spec T61 from the US website for a little bit less than 900 bucks which was sold around 1400 quid in the UK.
#12
Which US website? Interested to get one Lenovo

greatmanlxw
the built quality of the EDGE series is not really as good as the other models in the Thinkpad family. i personally think that anyone who wants a thinkpad should pick one from the X,T or W series as the build quality is much more better. also the thinkpad models in the US are much cheaper than the ones in the UK. if you can find a way to get it in the US with the SPP program you are pretty much looking at 40% off the US retail price. just a little advice from my personal experience. i got my top-spec T61 from the US website for a little bit less than 900 bucks which was sold around 1400 quid in the UK.
#13
FairTrader
Which US website? Interested to get one Lenovo

greatmanlxw
the built quality of the EDGE series is not really as good as the other models in the Thinkpad family. i personally think that anyone who wants a thinkpad should pick one from the X,T or W series as the build quality is much more better. also the thinkpad models in the US are much cheaper than the ones in the UK. if you can find a way to get it in the US with the SPP program you are pretty much looking at 40% off the US retail price. just a little advice from my personal experience. i got my top-spec T61 from the US website for a little bit less than 900 bucks which was sold around 1400 quid in the UK.

the regular us lenovo site is http://www.lenovo.com/us/en/
the site for the lenovo spp is http://www.lenovo.com/ibmspp
sometimes the have additional offers or coupons to knock the price even more.
also the lenovo canada site is worth checking out.

P.S for the us site and the spp site, you need to have a debit or credit card which registered with a US address otherwise the order will not go through.
#14
I had considered the Edge 15 but my google research revealed that most noticed that the build quality is no where near the usual T series, say. Then again this is much cheaper. The Edge 15 keyboard has a lot of flex too and will be not so good for those heavy key presses. The problem seems to be that part of the keyboard near to where the DVD drive is. Just use search words " thinkpad edge 15 keyboard flex" and you get plenty of user comments. It does not have a metal chasis which means that when travelling around or moving around by holding it with ine hand may eventually produce hair line crack on the motherboard. It is very chunky sized. However for the price with £100 discount it is very good value so long as it does not get moved around like a worker in a large office. Additionally the screen is not so good for viewing from the side which makes it less friendly for business use (need to show screen to people sitting around). It is a very good price for an I5 nevertheless and has excellent Thinkvantage tools.
#15
i personally wouldnt touch any thinkpad models that are not in the X,T and W series. CPUs these days are way underused. if you wanna boost up the performance adding extra rams or replacing the HDD with a SSD would do a better than a higher-ranked CPU. for those who are able to get one in the states and budgets are a little tight i would recommend you to have a look at the lenovo outlet where you can find some refurbished decent machines with outrageously cheap price lol. here is the link http://outlet.lenovo.com/laptops/thinkpad/t-series.html

one last advice, try to avoid the items listed as redistributed as they are not tested like the refurbished ones before they are put on sale. true story, one of my friend in the states got a T410 for a little bit more than 500 bucks and it's a top-spec one as well
#16
just had a quick look in the outlet.
http://outlet.lenovo.com/laptops/thinkpad/t-series/251r86wl6e.html
this seems like something i would buy if i hadnt been pretty happy with mine at the moment

hope it helps
#17
Your mathe sis faulty the price which you quote INCLUDES the £100 rebate from Lenovo!!

jweaver
I just did a very quick search (and didn't look at the spec) and you can get an Edge 15 laptop from Laptops Direct (NVLDFUK) for £379, and with a £100 rebate, that would brign it down to under £300.. Thats got to be a good deal surely??I currently use an old T30 for surfing which I love, but its showing its age.. This could be an interesting option to upgrade.. I think I need to do a bit of research!Edit.. Ignore that.. The price they quote already includes the cashback!
#18
I got W510. Excellent machine. Look ugly but it is goona last very long i suppose.
#19
fullmoon
I got W510. Excellent machine. Look ugly but it is goona last very long i suppose.

that's a great one. i m after a W series as well whenever i got some money of course haha
#20
pwbaines1
Your mathe sis faulty the price which you quote INCLUDES the £100 rebate from Lenovo!!

jweaver
I just did a very quick search (and didn't look at the spec) and you can get an Edge 15 laptop from Laptops Direct (NVLDFUK) for £379, and with a £100 rebate, that would brign it down to under £300.. Thats got to be a good deal surely??I currently use an old T30 for surfing which I love, but its showing its age.. This could be an interesting option to upgrade.. I think I need to do a bit of research!Edit.. Ignore that.. The price they quote already includes the cashback!


I know, hence my edit (which you quoted) where I said that I missed the fact that they had already subtracted the cash back!

Edited By: jweaver on Nov 14, 2010 17:11
#21
I have the Edge 13 - as has already been mentioned, the build quality isn't quite as good as other Thinkpads, but it's still a damn sight better than any other laptop's build quality in the price range!

Also - if you plan to purchase a laptop from abroad, don't forget that the seller will have a legal obligation to stick an import sticker on the front with the value of the package on it - which means that as soon as it hits the border, you'll automatically be charged the VAT on it without them having to even open and inspect it (and maybe other import taxes too). If you ask, the seller might mark it as a gift, but customs are known to open packages which are marked as gifts and check the invoice to see whether it came from a company - and if it did (which is pretty much proof it's not a gift) they'll charge you the tax. Basically, don't even try to import anything unless you're prepared to - and can afford to - pay the appropriate taxes.

Edited By: lareneg on Nov 14, 2010 17:36
#22
greatmanlxw
P.S for the us site and the spp site, you need to have a debit or credit card which registered with a US address otherwise the order will not go through.
And then, presumably, you will get stung for import duty, VAT and handling charge.
#23
pibpob
greatmanlxw
P.S for the us site and the spp site, you need to have a debit or credit card which registered with a US address otherwise the order will not go through.
And then, presumably, you will get stung for import duty, VAT and handling charge.


yes.it's not for every one. ideally you would have a friend lives in the states and is about to come to UK for a visit.
OR if you got a friend who can open the package and install some software for you and send it over as gift. that way you probably get less tax? works in some places not sure UK is one of them ha ha
#24
this deal rocks. superhot
#25
greatmanlxw
yes.it's not for every one. ideally you would have a friend lives in the states and is about to come to UK for a visit.
But then you are requiring your friend to break the law by smuggling goods over the limit into the country and risking a fine or prosecution. Or they could declare them, of course.

Unfortunately people need to be aware that it's a bit more complicated than making a dollar/pound conversion.
#26
pibpob
greatmanlxw
yes.it's not for every one. ideally you would have a friend lives in the states and is about to come to UK for a visit.
But then you are requiring your friend to break the law by smuggling goods over the limit into the country and risking a fine or prosecution. Or they could declare them, of course.

Unfortunately people need to be aware that it's a bit more complicated than making a dollar/pound conversion.


agree. just for the record i wasnt advising ppl to do. just simply pointing about another way to get a thinkpad. :p
#27
Available at Kikatek at 461.07 delivered after the Cashback Deal.

I can certainly vouch for Lenovo over any other entry level brands


My bad ... its sold out on there ....




Edited By: MrPink on Nov 14, 2010 20:36
#28
greatmanlxw
fullmoon
I got W510. Excellent machine. Look ugly but it is goona last very long i suppose.

that's a great one. i m after a W series as well whenever i got some money of course haha


Go for it. You won't regret it. Thinkpad W510 has usual high quality IBM top notch build quality. By the way the screen has improved a lot.
#29
fullmoon
greatmanlxw
fullmoon
I got W510. Excellent machine. Look ugly but it is goona last very long i suppose.

that's a great one. i m after a W series as well whenever i got some money of course haha


Go for it. You won't regret it. Thinkpad W510 has usual high quality IBM top notch build quality. By the way the screen has improved a lot.


nah, my 2.5-year-old t61 still doing the tricks and same goes to my x61. cant really justify another buy,lol
#30
Tempted by this, but how bad is the build quality? Is there something better in this sort of price range? Cheers!
#31
Its shown as Discontinued now and since no-one seems to stock this model, I think this deal is no longer valid!
#32
I ordered it last week and have just chased them for a delivery date. They said as it was now discontinued there is no chance of me getting it so they asked me if I would like to cancel my order.

So I would say safe to expire this deal.

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