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LENOVO YOGA 510 14" Full HD 2 in 1 with faster SSD storage £349.00 at Currys for £349

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I've been lurking this one for a few days now. Here's my story thus far. My objective to replace my six year old macbook pro with a cheapish windows laptop that could hopefully last me the next two years and cope with watching you tube browsing the web and listening to pod casts. I was armed with all your kind posts in this thread as to what to expect from the challenge that lay before me. Oh my did I want a cigarette afterwards. You would expect ten minutes tops for a sales rep to find the item I wanted and sell it. Nope :( Firstly 'what are you using the laptop for' said the sales rep. I replied youtube, browsing the web and listening to podcasts. The sales rep then said come with me sir, err ok I said. The poor young chap had to do his up sell and so it began. 'Could I interest you in 365 office ?' no was my reply. 'Why' he asked. Well I won't be using that software as I told you before but if I was I see software as product not a service. Oh he said. Then you would want word on its own then. But I added no, I don't want it. Ok then how about internet security then Norton / mcafee perhaps ? No thanks. How about our online storage solution then its brilliant. No thanks besides amazon offers it in their amazon prime if I wanted (not sure if they have or do but hey :) Ok then how about I give you all this software for half price ? No. He asks me why. I told him I just want to buy the laptop thats all but I realise he is just doing his job and that although I'm not going to listen to him I will make it look like I am for his benefit. Ok then he smiles awkwardly. Ahem he says ' you do realise that the laptop has a lot of updates it needs to do since it was packaged at the factory ? Oh yea been there done that. Well how about I offer you a memory stick 32gb with all the updates to speed your laptop update alone ? Err no thanks I'll do that my self thanks. Ok then £15 is that better. No I just want the laptop thats all. Ok ' what happens if during the course of updating your laptop the software fails and you can't recover the laptop he said. Well I said I either bring it back to you, boot via the bios via the recovery partition on the hard drive using the Novo button or bring it back to you and your tech people fix it. No he said. I look puzzled and tell him then doesn't that affect my consumer rights and I should go to the relevant people to seek legal advice ? Oh he said err ahem perhaps. He then leaves to find the box with the laptop i want in it. He comes back five minutes later looking puzzled. He can't find it. Is there a problem I ask. Oh its just I can't find the power adapter he said. Oh I say but it should be in the box, the box is sealed right, I'm not buying a new nintendo 3ds. He wanders off again. Ten minutes pass. He returns with the laptop in its box. He take it to the counter and I check the seal on the box carefully. It looks ok. Phew :) Then he tries for the penultimate time to up sell me. Would sir be interested in our accidental breakage cover. Nope :) He then walks away with the laptop to converse with his line manager. I'm feeling annoyed and bad for the kid but I just want out. If reading this isn't torture enough for you it was for me. He comes back to offer me to free months of cover and I decline. Lastly as he is ringing up my purchase he interrupts me to ask if I would like a deal on a mobile phone. I tell him I have one and its tied with my broadband. I lie to him about the wonderful deal I have on a rolling contract and he gives up still smiling. I would never want to work for PC World. I feel sorry for the staff and the customers. Its already been 'emotional' as Vinnie Jones once put it. I don't want to go back ever again you can't make me wha wha wha :)



Edited By: forevermacin on Dec 31, 2016 11:25: spelling
13 Likes
noss88
im getting this for 295 !! :d
here's a brilliant idea.. explain how?
10 Likes
Add code 10OVER249 to get another £10 off
8 Likes
TehJumpingJawa
gooeynote
Will it be easy to upgrade ram?
Looks to be: http://laptopmedia.com/highlights/inside-lenovo-yoga-510-disassembly-internal-photos-and-upgrade-options/
Mind you, that's a slightly different model. (Why oh why do they use non-unique model numbers...)

They say that they order unique kit to fit the customer demands. The kit the order is "exclusive" to them however, so if you know it is a DSG product number then it was made for PCW/Currys. The main reason is so it becomes impossible to price match. If you watch carefully then sometimes they have far too much stock so offload their kit to bulk resellers, then you can price match. I know that they do it for price matching because I had to fight for a price match one day with the store manager saying it was impossible for another retailer to have said product, he point blank refused to price match it as he said it shouldn't be sold anywhere else.
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i'm possibly in a good place to comment on a few of the things in this thread, having had the 1TB HDD, the 120GB SSD and now the 1TB HDD version again... all since Xmas day. (Don't ask).

Anyway, a few points:

- The SSD version does NOT have a backlit keyboard (the HDD version does).
- The trackpad on the HDD version is far better (as is the typing "feel"), the trackpad on the SSD version is more flimsy feeling and felt wobbly to me.
- The SSD version has no fan. The HDD version has a fan (a loud one!) but I'm hoping that settles down now that I've replaced the hard drive and put in a solid state one.
- The screen (1080p) on the SSD version is much crisper, as you'd expect - it's very nice to look at.

All in, I would have loved a hybrid of both but Lenovo have dropped the ball a bit - I guess they're trying to appeal to all customers, but at the most efficient price-point. If anyone has any questions (on either machine) just ask and I'll be happy to try and help.

A note on the customer service - it depends where you go. One of the shops I tried to return the first unit to was absolutely horrendous, no movement on "store policy" as I had opened the box and they claimed they could't re-sell. The other shopw gave me no problems at all and were just happy to sell me the best laptop for my needs, they were very helpful. They did (which I thought strange at the time) remind me to buy a 32GB USB to create a back-up, but I never thought any more of that.

The people being told they need to buy the USB with the laptop. No, you don't. It's not a selling feture of the machine, it's not even an offered "bundle", tell the shop to do one and report them if that's the case. Or if you really want the laptop, speak to the manager of the store. I have a feeling these "bundles" are being sold as a way of justifying the laptop box being opened (ie it being a returned item) as I was told that once the box is open, the store couldn't sell the returned laptop - even if it wasn't used. So if they do this, the can say the box was opened to created this recovery usb AND make a skin on the top.

Anyway, hope this helps. Great laptop (both SSD and HDD) for the money - although the backlit keyboard is what sold it for me.

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1 Like #1
Looks like a nice piece of kit
4 Likes #2
Intel® Core™ i3-6100U Processor
4 GB / Storage: 128 GB SSD
#3
I'm guessing this is the Skylake rather than the Kabylake version?
3 Likes #4
internetred
Intel® Core™ i3-6100U Processor.

Picard123
I'm guessing this is the Skylake rather than the Kabylake version?

No need to guess as 6 series = Skylake.
1 Like #5
I was looking at this earlier and wondering if the ram is upgradeable or a sealed unit?
#6
Thanks OP perfectly fits my criteria. Just what I was waiting for. Ordered. Heat added. X)
#7
Will it be easy to upgrade ram?
#8
gooeynote
Will it be easy to upgrade ram?

Looks to be:

http://laptopmedia.com/highlights/inside-lenovo-yoga-510-disassembly-internal-photos-and-upgrade-options/

Mind you, that's a slightly different model. (Why oh why do they use non-unique model numbers...)
#10

a9 better for light gaming but i'd personally go for this i3 it'd be much quicker due to the ssd
#11
thanks waiting for good SSD deal
#12
thanks waiting for good SSD deal
8 Likes #13
TehJumpingJawa
gooeynote
Will it be easy to upgrade ram?
Looks to be: http://laptopmedia.com/highlights/inside-lenovo-yoga-510-disassembly-internal-photos-and-upgrade-options/
Mind you, that's a slightly different model. (Why oh why do they use non-unique model numbers...)

They say that they order unique kit to fit the customer demands. The kit the order is "exclusive" to them however, so if you know it is a DSG product number then it was made for PCW/Currys. The main reason is so it becomes impossible to price match. If you watch carefully then sometimes they have far too much stock so offload their kit to bulk resellers, then you can price match. I know that they do it for price matching because I had to fight for a price match one day with the store manager saying it was impossible for another retailer to have said product, he point blank refused to price match it as he said it shouldn't be sold anywhere else.
1 Like #14
Errmmmm this is touch screen right? Says it isn't in the specifications?
1 Like #15
Completely pointless as a convertible if it isn't !!
#16
javz1982
Errmmmm this is touch screen right? Says it isn't in the specifications?


It's touch screen...
#17
chessmaster
javz1982
Errmmmm this is touch screen right? Says it isn't in the specifications?


It's touch screen...


If you look in the specifications it says it not. I hope you're right because if already ordered it. Oh well it'll go back if it isn't I guess.
4 Likes #18
javz1982
chessmaster
javz1982
Errmmmm this is touch screen right? Says it isn't in the specifications?


It's touch screen...


If you look in the specifications it says it not. I hope you're right because if already ordered it. Oh well it'll go back if it isn't I guess.


somewhere in the product description says:

" .......
Flexible 2 in 1 computing

The Lenovo YOGA 510 has a 360° rotating hinge which lets you move between four modes in seconds.

Laptop mode gives you complete control of your PC using the keyboard, while flipping the screen round switches to touchscreen-only tablet mode for fast browsing and comfortable viewing.

There are two stand modes too which let you get extra-comfortable when watching films or playing touchscreen. However you like to work and play, the YOGA 510 has you covered.
......."
..so you shouldn't worry about this. Also Merry Christmas
2 Likes #19
shame its only 4gb
#20
crmromeo
javz1982
chessmaster
javz1982
Errmmmm this is touch screen right? Says it isn't in the specifications?


It's touch screen...


If you look in the specifications it says it not. I hope you're right because if already ordered it. Oh well it'll go back if it isn't I guess.


somewhere in the product description says:

" .......
Flexible 2 in 1 computing

The Lenovo YOGA 510 has a 360° rotating hinge which lets you move between four modes in seconds.

Laptop mode gives you complete control of your PC using the keyboard, while flipping the screen round switches to touchscreen-only tablet mode for fast browsing and comfortable viewing.

There are two stand modes too which let you get extra-comfortable when watching films or playing touchscreen. However you like to work and play, the YOGA 510 has you covered.
......."
..so you shouldn't worry about this. Also Merry Christmas


Well I hope you're right. Merry Christmas
#21
is it an aluminium build?
1 Like #22
Can't see the graphics card is this suitable for light gaming like would it run football manager well ? Or is there one around this price full hd with good graphics card and processer ? Also merry Christmas:)
#23
Some pretty poor reviews on Amazon
#24
john54321
Some pretty poor reviews on Amazon


it's 500 not 510
#25
im getting this for 295 !! :d
13 Likes #26
noss88
im getting this for 295 !! :d
here's a brilliant idea.. explain how?
#27
Would also be keen to know how to get it for £295 :)
#28
adamlk172
noss88
im getting this for 295 !! :d
here's a brilliant idea.. explain how?
i cant tell you now i need to call them get one and then i will tell you.:) if their line are open today i will text here what is the story
the lines are closed today so i have to wait until tomorrow:) but i got i got 10% off for next laptop and 20 quid voucher wich used on black friday but laptop was faulty i spoke on the line and they have given 10% off and voucher for 20 off which was used with last laptop buy


Edited By: noss88 on Dec 25, 2016 12:09: ..
#29
Are there any of these which are android based? I like the apps on android.
4 Likes #30
You can download a program called bluestacks and run all of your play account apps on any device :). Pretty nifty
#31
noss88
adamlk172
noss88
im getting this for 295 !! :d
here's a brilliant idea.. explain how?
i cant tell you now i need to call them get one and then i will tell you.:) if their line are open today i will text here what is the story
the lines are closed today so i have to wait until tomorrow:) but i got i got 10% off for next laptop and 20 quid voucher wich used on black friday but laptop was faulty i spoke on the line and they have given 10% off and voucher for 20 off which was used with last laptop buy

Thanks for that! Mind if you share the codes with me please?
#32

That model is £50 more expensive, the APU is only slightly better in gaming, other than that, this deal is better in every way, from the better overall CPU, has FullHD screen, and built in SSD which will make it feel faster than the unit ith a mechanical drive, all that for £50 less.
#33
This is a pretty nice option for anyone after a convertible. Uses a regular SATA SSD and the RAM is upgradeable too (there's one slot, so you'd need to replace the 4Gb module).

Instructions: http://laptopmedia.com/highlights/inside-lenovo-yoga-510-disassembly-internal-photos-and-upgrade-options/
2 Likes #34
IPS screen too. Hate those TN panels.
10 Likes #35
Add code 10OVER249 to get another £10 off
#36
Any idea if you can hackintosh these?
#37
Anyone else having checkout issues just keeps asking for my address?
#38
Backlit keyboard too, nice.......
#39
gmileris
john54321
Some pretty poor reviews on Amazon
it's 500 not 510
Same machine though just the ssd difference, most of the reviews were about reliability, wi-fi, built quality, faulty mouse which would all apply to the 510
1 Like #40
Reaper51
Add code 10OVER249 to get another £10 off
Hmm not getting that to work :-( am i doing something wrong ?

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