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LENOVO YOGA 510 14" 2 in 1 Laptop - Full Hd, Touchscreen, 128GB SSD. Black/White £349.98 @ Currys

£349.98 @ Currys
Reduced from £380. Would recommend this. Nice screen with SSD, good quality sound from Harman Kardon. can be use like a tablet with touchscreen function. 4GB RAM, Intel Pentium Processor. - loop Tec… Read More
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4d, 18h agoFound 4 days, 18 hours ago
Reduced from £380. Would recommend this. Nice screen with SSD, good quality sound from Harman Kardon. can be use like a tablet with touchscreen function.

4GB RAM, Intel Pentium Processor.
- loop

Technical specifications for LENOVO YOGA 510 14" 2 in 1 - Black

OVERVIEW
Type 2 in 1
Operating system Windows 10
SPECIFICATION
Processor - Intel® Pentium™ 4405U Processor
- Dual-core
- 2.1 GHz
- 2 MB cache
RAM 4 GB (8 GB maximum installable RAM)
Storage 128 GB SSD
SCREEN
Touchscreen 10-point multitouch screen
Screen size 14"
Screen type IPS
Resolution 1920 x 1080
Screen features LED backlighting
CONNECTIVITY
Wireless 802.11 ac
Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000)
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
USB - USB 3.0 x 2
- USB 2.0 x 1
Video interface HDMI x 1
Audio interface 3.5 mm jack
MEDIA
Optical disc drive No
Memory card reader 4-in-1 memory card reader
SOUND
Sound Audio by Harman Kardon
Speakers Integrated stereo speakers
FEATURES
Camera Integrated HD 720p webcam
Microphone Yes
Keyboard AccType keyboard
Security features Kensington security lock slot
POWER
Battery type 2-cell Lithium-polymer
Battery life Up to 6 hours
GENERAL
Colour Black
Box contents - Lenovo YOGA 510 14" 2 in 1
- AC power adapter
- Quick start guide
Dimensions 336.4 x 232 x 20.9 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 1.73 kg
Manufacturer’s guarantee 1 year
Software included * Full version of Microsoft Office not included
* Full version of anti-virus / internet security not included
- no_Sunshine
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4d, 18h agoFound 4 days, 18 hours ago
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95 Likes
GDB2222
Why not? They've always been very good about returns for me.

They sold him a faulty spell checker.
23 Likes
128 TB SSD!

This is a deal that will be posted in 10 years time on hukd...
5 Likes
win26
LENOVO YOGA 510 14" 2 in 1 Laptop - Full Hd, Touchscreen, 128Tb SSD. Black/White £349.98 @ Currys

128Terabits. That's a lot of frightening.
5 Likes
I would nenver by from Currys, PCworld or anything to do with Dixson Carphone.

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2 Likes #1
Not bad. Needs a RAM upgrade but very good otherwise.

The CPU is absolutely file (before anyone swoops in slates it).
It scores similar to an i3 7100u.

Hot from me.
30 Likes #2
Think the 128 TB SSD is worth it alone cheeky
#3
Lol
4 Likes #4
128 TB ??? SSD as well ??? Can't make this stuff up!
5 Likes #5
win26
LENOVO YOGA 510 14" 2 in 1 Laptop - Full Hd, Touchscreen, 128Tb SSD. Black/White £349.98 @ Currys

128Terabits. That's a lot of frightening.
5 Likes #6
I would nenver by from Currys, PCworld or anything to do with Dixson Carphone.
3 Likes #7
liston2
I would nenver by from Currys, PCworld or anything to do with Dixson Carphone.


Why not? They've always been very good about returns for me.
95 Likes #8
GDB2222
Why not? They've always been very good about returns for me.

They sold him a faulty spell checker.
23 Likes #9
128 TB SSD!

This is a deal that will be posted in 10 years time on hukd...
2 Likes #10
No stock in the midlands...one of many currys fake deals
#11
K1LLER_HORNET
Not bad. Needs a RAM upgrade but very good otherwise.
The CPU is absolutely file (before anyone swoops in slates it).
It scores similar to an i3 7100u.
Hot from me.

Can you give advice on how to do this please? Thanks
#12
If I'm not bothered by the touch screen. Is this a similar deal? Better? Worse?

Any expertise gratefully received. Thanks
http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-310-15-6-laptop-silver-10157947-pdt.html
1 Like #13
Cracking 2-in1 Ultrabook, typing on one now albeit the i7, 8GB model.

Only con is that one of the USB3 ports is also the power supply input, it's a a dual purpose socket.
2 Likes #14
egyptiangirl
Can you give advice on how to do this please? Thanks

There will either be a separate small compartment for RAM on the bottom of the laptop, which you can get to by undoing a screw or you'll need to undo several screws and take off the base. Either way, it's straight forward. Most likely have one slot for RAM so buy a single 8GB RAM.

Edited By: donslibi on Jul 16, 2017 09:08:
1 Like #15
egyptiangirl
If I'm not bothered by the touch screen. Is this a similar deal? Better? Worse?Any expertise gratefully received. Thankshttp://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-310-15-6-laptop-silver-10157947-pdt.html

The 510 is better.
#16
anyone say if this has a backlit keyboard or is it an option only?

ta...
3 Likes #17
egyptiangirl
If I'm not bothered by the touch screen. Is this a similar deal? Better? Worse?

Any expertise gratefully received. Thanks
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?t=2741846&hukdm=6&d=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.currys.co.uk%2Fgbuk%2Fcomputing%2Flaptops%2Flaptops%2Flenovo-ideapad-310-15-6-laptop-silver-10157947-pdt.html

I have to say that touch screen on these new fully folding Windows laptops is a revelation. Once you have one, you will never go back.


Edited By: 89quidyoucantgowrong on Jul 16, 2017 09:25
#18
sam1970
No stock in the midlands...one of many currys fake deals
Try Derby, they have stock
#19
powerbrick
Only con is that one of the USB3 ports is also the power supply input

Not on my i3 version or on this, according to the pics.


89quidyoucantgowrong
I have to say that touch screen on these new fully folding Windows laptops is a revelation. Once you have one, you will never go back.

Can't say I've ever used mine.



donslibi
Most likely have one slot for RAM so buy a single 8GB RAM.

Yes, you'll have throw away, or try to sell, the existing 4GB.


I have a few issues with mine. The screen occasionally turns red on start-up, the left mouse click oftens acts as right & the fan runs for no good reason.



Edited By: rbz5416 on Jul 16, 2017 09:51
#20
Any idea what HDMI this is? Want to output to a 2500x1080 ultra wide monitor.
#21
Everyday: All-rounder for work and play
Windows 10
Intel® Pentium® 4405U Processor
RAM: 4 GB / Storage: 128 GB SSD
Rubbish soecs
1 Like #22
sam1970
No stock in the midlands...one of many currys fake deals
In stock in Telford and Shrewsbury if you are in Wolverhampton area which is in the Midlands.
1 Like #23
Better than an iPad for similar money so voted hot.
3 Likes #24
cabbage10
Rubbish soecs

Assuming you means specs, can you post a link to a 14" full HD laptop with better specs for the same money or less?
#25
sam1970
No stock in the midlands...one of many currys fake deals

Both Chesterfield & Mansfield are showing as in stock.
3 Likes #26
FunkiestMonkey
Better than an iPad for similar money so voted hot.

Not really...
Better than an iPad if you're after a windows laptop specifically and certain full windows programs that aren't available in a tablet app store.
If you're after a tablet experience, the iPad is a much more polished interface and convenient form factor.
#27
is there anything more higher spec 256gb ssd, 8gb ram i5/i7 FHD for perhaps 500? looking at dell xps and seems you have to wait for outlook deals and jump quickly...
1 Like #28
Typing this on the i3 version of this laptop from Curry's that I picked up for daily use around Xmas (albeit now upgraded with a spare 512GB SSD). It's a cracking machine, and usually feels snappier than my i7/16GB work X1 Carbon! Only time I've seen it struggle has been video rendering. Very likely to get another one for son#2 to take to Uni. All my W10 machines are touchscreens and seriously couldn't be doing with a non-touchscreen laptop any more.
#29
skinrush
FunkiestMonkey
Better than an iPad for similar money so voted hot.
Not really...
Better than an iPad if you're after a windows laptop specifically and certain full windows programs that aren't available in a tablet app store.
If you're after a tablet experience, the iPad is a much more polished interface and convenient form factor.
Yeah for an overall machine much better than an iPad. I can't find my way round an iPad. My wife downloaded pdf's then I could not find them at a later date for example.

Edited By: FunkiestMonkey on Jul 16, 2017 11:51
#30
Apart from price, how does the yoga compare to Asus Zenbook ux360ua 13.3inch
#31
I find smaller laptops aren't as good value for money as the 15.6 screen size. I would like the smaller 14" or 11" but when compared in price to the equivalent spec 15.6", they seem more expensive.
1 Like #32
RAndyVee
Typing this on the i3 version of this laptop from Curry's that I picked up for daily use around Xmas (albeit now upgraded with a spare 512GB SSD). It's a cracking machine, and usually feels snappier than my i7/16GB work X1 Carbon! Only time I've seen it struggle has been video rendering. Very likely to get another one for son#2 to take to Uni. All my W10 machines are touchscreens and seriously couldn't be doing with a non-touchscreen laptop any more.


I also bought one around the same time, and popped 512GB SSD in mine too! Would agree with your comments.
Mine does not have a backlit keyboard.
The service manual for these can be found at

https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles_pub/yoga_510-14ast_510-14isk_510-15isk_510-14ikb_510-15ikb_hmm_201608.pdf

RAM/disk upgrades require removal of bottom cover, and is covered in the service manual.
#33
mutley1
I find smaller laptops aren't as good value for money as the 15.6 screen size. I would like the smaller 14" or 11" but when compared in price to the equivalent spec 15.6", they seem more expensive.

Can understand where you are coming from, as my previous laptop had 15.6in (1366x768) screen however...

Even though the Yoga 14 has a slightly smaller screen, I would not go back to my old (15.6 HD) laptop. I hardly notice the smaller screen estate (on the Yoga)and even my old tired eyes can spot the difference between HD and Full HD screen resolution. An eleven inch screen however, is a step too far (for me).
3 Likes #34
egyptiangirl
If I'm not bothered by the touch screen. Is this a similar deal? Better? Worse?Any expertise gratefully received. Thankshttp://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-310-15-6-laptop-silver-10157947-pdt.html
I got this laptop from j lewis, but with 8gb of ram and j lewis 2 year warranty for £359, worth the extra £30 I think.
#35
pileemhigh
Can understand where you are coming from, as my previous laptop had 15.6in (1366x76 8) screen however...Even though the Yoga 14 has a slightly smaller screen, I would not go back to my old (15.6 HD) laptop. I hardly notice the smaller screen estate (on the Yoga)and even my old tired eyes can spot the difference between HD and Full HD screen resolution. An eleven inch screen however, is a step too far (for me).

i wanted the 14" when i last bought my laptop but they were very expensive when compared to 15.6" so for the small difference, i didn't want to pay the extra cost. the 11" (or just under) tend to be better value than 14" but still 15.6" tops the league table to deals being flagged up on hukd.

i may go for the 11" for my next laptop as i find 15.6" on the large side for me. it's like having a blooming TV on my lap!
1 Like #36
mutley1
pileemhigh
Can understand where you are coming from, as my previous laptop had 15.6in (1366x76 8) screen however...Even though the Yoga 14 has a slightly smaller screen, I would not go back to my old (15.6 HD) laptop. I hardly notice the smaller screen estate (on the Yoga)and even my old tired eyes can spot the difference between HD and Full HD screen resolution. An eleven inch screen however, is a step too far (for me).
i wanted the 14" when i last bought my laptop but they were very expensive when compared to 15.6" so for the small difference, i didn't want to pay the extra cost. the 11" (or just under) tend to be better value than 14" but still 15.6" tops the league table to deals being flagged up on hukd.
i may go for the 11" for my next laptop as i find 15.6" on the large side for me. it's like having a blooming TV on my lap!

You need a bigger lap :D
#37
liston2
I would nenver by from Currys, PCworld or anything to do with Dixson Carphone.

Exactly. They inflate prices before reducing item , then say it's in a sale. They have been doing this and getting away with it for years.
2 Likes #38
pileemhigh
You need a bigger lap :D

lol. that will be no good. i am a slim woman and that would mean i would have to end up with fatter legs. not good at all.

i was in southend yesterday and the number of fat women i see waddling around was worrying. i was thinking OMG, i am so glad i don't look like that. they were so bad, they had flop bellies like the men. (embarrassed)
#39
not bad still not for me but much better then what most people go into this shops buy 1tb hardrives for old people who never need that much storage and ssd would be better
1 Like #40
whelan189
not bad still not for me but much better then what most people go into this shops buy 1tb hardrives for old people who never need that much storage and ssd would be better

That's why I went for a 512GB drive... I'm middle aged ;)

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