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Refurbished Notebook 14" AMD E2-7110 White 4GB 500GB HDD WiFi Windows 10 - £179.00 Tesco on eBay

£179.00 @ eBay
Seems good value for spec. These are customer returns from Tesco. Tesco currently selling new ones for £239 so a saving of £60 can be had. Reviews state most seem brand new. 4GB ram, 500gb HDD A… Read More
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2w, 22h agoFound 2 weeks, 22 hours ago
Seems good value for spec. These are customer returns from Tesco. Tesco currently selling new ones for £239 so a saving of £60 can be had. Reviews state most seem brand new.

4GB ram, 500gb HDD

Also Top Cashback are offering 4% back for electronic purchases on eBay for next 2/3 days as per someone's previous post on here.
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#1
Peops a good deal, don't get me wrong. But please to improve your own user experience spend some of the money saved on a memory upgrade
2 Likes #2
god that would be so slow. its pretty much a mobile phone connected to a big screen.
an AMD processor with 4GB ram and windows 10. it would be like pulling teeth when you consider all the bloatware HP likes to add on.
#3
Obviously cheap, but 4GB RAM and a HDD? And that processor? I'd save up for something better.

Edited By: commenter14 on May 12, 2017 09:18
5 Likes #4
To be used for myself I would not touch it with a barge pole for any price. Frustratingly slow ???
CPU Benchmark Passmark 2261
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+E-350+APU&id=1777
You might find that your mobile phone might be even faster then this ..
What are you expecting a laptop with dual core processor 1.80GHz installed with windows 10?? This should be installed with windows XP to match the CPU performance ...

The price itself is decent but not a deal as there are few sellers sell it for £169
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HP-14-an009na-14inch-Laptop-AMD-E2-4GB-RAM-500GB-HDD-Windows-10-White-Silver-/311846265874?hash=item489b7c6412:g:aSoAAOSwc49Y70hN


Edited By: pantaiema on May 13, 2017 10:44: adding info
#5
Let's say you want to upgrade ssd. Is this simple with this model?
2 Likes #6
Sliwka
Let's say you want to upgrade ssd. Is this simple with this model?


i cannot imagine it would be.
most newer hp laptops have around 10 screws on the bottom casing and then you simply remove the bottom and the hard drive is held in by another 4 screws.
but then you will need to either clone the original hard drive to your ssd or create a bootable uefi usb to reinstall windows.
but putting that all aside i have to ask myself..... WHY!
Why would you want to purchase such a useless spec laptop and upgrade it with a ssd ?
makes no sence
6 Likes #7
pantaiema
To be used for myself I would not touch it with a barge pole for any price. Frustratingly slow ???CPU Benchmark Passmark 774http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+E-350+APU&id=1777You might find that your mobile phone might be even faster then this ..What are you expecting a laptop with dual core processor 1.80GHz installed with windows 10?? This should be installed with windows XP to match the CPU performance ...


Strange, I get a benchmark of 2261.

https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+E2-7110+APU
#8
ame2418
pantaiema
To be used for myself I would not touch it with a barge pole for any price. Frustratingly slow ???
CPU Benchmark Passmark 774http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+E-350+APU&id=1777
You might find that your mobile phone might be even faster then this ..
What are you expecting a laptop with dual core processor 1.80GHz installed with windows 10?? This should be installed with windows XP to match the CPU performance ...
Strange, I get a benchmark of 2261. https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+E2-7110+APU

yep this one's pretty zippy
#9
Hi - computer novice here.....would this be ok just for Windows / office tasks at home please? No gaming etc......
Would it take ages to start up, like my current Dell?!?
Thanks v much for any advice....
#10
MBCH
Hi - computer novice here.....would this be ok just for Windows / office tasks at home please? No gaming etc......
Would it take ages to start up, like my current Dell?!?
Thanks v much for any advice....

A disk cleanup, disabling startup items and a desktop cleanup might save you a few hundred quid
#11
Ncgfhh
MBCH
Hi - computer novice here.....would this be ok just for Windows / office tasks at home please? No gaming etc......
Would it take ages to start up, like my current Dell?!?
Thanks v much for any advice....
A disk cleanup, disabling startup items and a desktop cleanup might save you a few hundred quid
Ok cheers, will have to research how to do those, but may try those first (if it will start up at all :)
#12
yep this one's pretty zippy

and it's a quad core
#13
Is this the AMD equivalent of a Celeron?
4 Likes #14
pantaiema
To be used for myself I would not touch it with a barge pole for any price. Frustratingly slow ???
CPU Benchmark Passmark 774http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+E-350+APU&id=1777
You might find that your mobile phone might be even faster then this ..
What are you expecting a laptop with dual core processor 1.80GHz installed with windows 10?? This should be installed with windows XP to match the CPU performance ...

Not the correct CPU, at least get your facts right if you're giving out (incorrect) information...
#15
This was actually £249 - the one that's £239 is slightly different spec - being silver and an allegedly shorter battery life.

I know because I just picked up this one new from Tesco for £249 yesterday! Bah! :D But as it's a gift I probably wouldn't have gone the refurb route anyway, just in case. And now Tesco's website is showing they don't stock this item...

That's a heck of a discount for refurbished. It's also the most powerful machine I can find under £300 (new) at the moment. Hot!
#16
http://www.gearbest.com/laptops/pp_620750.html?wid=21
What do you think about this deal? Has a better cpu with 6gigs of ram and might be better than the the deal above... I understand that gearbest might not be for everyone
#17
https://youtu.be/sLATPHn9K2c
Better full review to follow soon
#18
Also worth noting that when you open the gearbest.com link above price shows £240 from China but when you select Hong Kong it's around £175
1 Like #19
Gollywood
Is this the AMD equivalent of a Celeron?


Depends as not all celeries are slow and not all AMD's are crap just depends on what a person may use these for...
1 Like #20
Gollywood
Is this the AMD equivalent of a Celeron?
Well, that depends on what Intel currently mean by Celeron...
If you mean the equivalent of Intel's Atom based Celerons, then mostly yes.
There are the passmarks compared to the most recent Celeron laptop deal on here:
AMD E2-7110 = 2,265 (698)
Intel Celeron N3160 = 1,682 (485)
Those are the multi-threaded results with the single-threaded ones in brackets.
But going back the what Intel mean by Celeron, the score for the Ivy Bridge Celeron in the HP Microservers get a totally different score with much better ST performance:
Intel Celeron G1610T = 2,329 (1,200)
As usually not too many reviews of this cheap stuff, but NBC reviewed a laptop with this processor:
https://www.notebookcheck.net/Acer-Aspire-E5-722-2611-Notebook-Review.153467.0.html
#21
Gollywood
Is this the AMD equivalent of a Celeron?
More like Pentium.
#22
Just remember to install NON-HP audio drivers. HP's ones have a built in key logger.
#23
Available new @ £199 from other sellers. Upgrading to Linux for free should speed it up more than paying for more memory ;-)

Edited By: brainsys on May 12, 2017 17:02: spelling
1 Like #24
lollypoplee
Sliwka
Let's say you want to upgrade ssd. Is this simple with this model?
i cannot imagine it would be.
most newer hp laptops have around 10 screws on the bottom casing and then you simply remove the bottom and the hard drive is held in by another 4 screws.
but then you will need to either clone the original hard drive to your ssd or create a bootable uefi usb to reinstall windows.
but putting that all aside i have to ask myself..... WHY!
Why would you want to purchase such a useless spec laptop and upgrade it with a ssd ?
makes no sence
SSDs do make a huge difference to these. If you can source a 120gb for £30 or a 240gb for £55, the laptop should be a reasonable performer. You can also buy a £3 caddy to put the old mechanical hard drive in for back up storage. Seeing as laptops that come with SSD generally cost over £500, this can make sense.
It depends what you want from a laptop I suppose, granted browsing maybe be sluggish on one of these, but an SSD would at least make the rest of the experience half decent, if you are just going to do some spreadhseet / wordprocessing / accountancy stuff for instance. If you work from home using a remote connection then also the speed makes no difference really (I know people that just log into their work pcs and browse from there as it's faster - be careful what sites you go to though!)
#25
SFconvert
lollypoplee
Sliwka
Let's say you want to upgrade ssd. Is this simple with this model?
i cannot imagine it would be.
most newer hp laptops have around 10 screws on the bottom casing and then you simply remove the bottom and the hard drive is held in by another 4 screws.
but then you will need to either clone the original hard drive to your ssd or create a bootable uefi usb to reinstall windows.
but putting that all aside i have to ask myself..... WHY!
Why would you want to purchase such a useless spec laptop and upgrade it with a ssd ?
makes no sence
SSDs do make a huge difference to these. If you can source a 120gb for £30 or a 240gb for £55, the laptop should be a reasonable performer. You can also buy a £3 caddy to put the old mechanical hard drive in for back up storage. Seeing as laptops that come with SSD generally cost over £500, this can make sense.
It depends what you want from a laptop I suppose, granted browsing maybe be sluggish on one of these, but an SSD would at least make the rest of the experience half decent, if you are just going to do some spreadhseet / wordprocessing / accountancy stuff for instance. If you work from home using a remote connection then also the speed makes no difference really (I know people that just log into their work pcs and browse from there as it's faster - be careful what sites you go to though!)
granted browsing maybe be sluggish on one of these
Browsing will be fine, people who have problem with sluggishness are people who don't know or don't use an ad blocker while web browsing.

Edited By: RiverDragon8 on May 12, 2017 19:30
1 Like #26
There's a reason these were returned lol
1 Like #27
SFconvert
lollypoplee
Sliwka
Let's say you want to upgrade ssd. Is this simple with this model?
i cannot imagine it would be.
most newer hp laptops have around 10 screws on the bottom casing and then you simply remove the bottom and the hard drive is held in by another 4 screws.
but then you will need to either clone the original hard drive to your ssd or create a bootable uefi usb to reinstall windows.
but putting that all aside i have to ask myself..... WHY!
Why would you want to purchase such a useless spec laptop and upgrade it with a ssd ?
makes no sence
SSDs do make a huge difference to these. If you can source a 120gb for £30 or a 240gb for £55, the laptop should be a reasonable performer. You can also buy a £3 caddy to put the old mechanical hard drive in for back up storage. Seeing as laptops that come with SSD generally cost over £500, this can make sense.
It depends what you want from a laptop I suppose, granted browsing maybe be sluggish on one of these, but an SSD would at least make the rest of the experience half decent, if you are just going to do some spreadhseet / wordprocessing / accountancy stuff for instance. If you work from home using a remote connection then also the speed makes no difference really (I know people that just log into their work pcs and browse from there as it's faster - be careful what sites you go to though!)

It was the case.

Thing has moved on a little bit.

laptop with full HD + 256GB SSD can be found at around £350, not £500.
The full HD will not be the best one as you can imagin.

And nowadays, SSD price has shooting up the roof due to NAND shortage.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-laptop-with-ssd-1080p-for-349-97-ebuyer-2682962?p=30802320

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/medion-s3409-laptop-13-3-256gb-i3-7100u-backlit-keyboard-379-99-ccl-2667880

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-outlet-inspiron-15-5567-intel-i5-core-fhd-laptop-372-34-after-15-discount-2670340

Edited By: huangxq2 on May 12, 2017 21:40
1 Like #28
mushypeas25
There's a reason these were returned lol

I agree.

Sometimes, it is just unwanted. A lot times there is a reason.

since the AMD CPU is not completely incompetent, increase RAM to 8GB, add a SSD, the laptop will be good enough for general usage, web browsing and office work.

But those upgrades adds to the price too especially SSD nowadays are quite expensive compare to one year ago.

After those two upgrades, you are looking at about a cost of £250.


Edited By: huangxq2 on May 12, 2017 21:44
#29
Raydar81
https://youtu.be/sLATPHn9K2c
Better full review to follow soon
cant seem to find a proper UK stockist for this Jumper EZBook 3 Pro
also is this the best laptop for the money?

Edited By: Brand.new on May 16, 2017 23:34
#30
You won't find a UK stockist at the moment, but it can be bought from gearbest.com then select Hong Kong for a cheaper price which is around £190 now and the price will keep changing and will only get higher. Agreed it's a risk buying from abroad just remember to use PayPal and add the insurance whilst checking out..
#31
Brand.new
Raydar81
https://youtu.be/sLATPHn9K2c
Better full review to follow soon
cant seem to find a proper UK stockist for this Jumper EZBook 3 Pro
also is this the best laptop for the money?


I believe it is the better laptop for the price to spec ratio as of now and many who bought it recently as of the last week or two are surprised at the build and overall quality and adequate power based on the the cpu coupled with 6gigs of RAM

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