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Is this Laptop a good deal at £800??

jamhops Avatar
8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
Just wondered if this is a good deal at £800 as i am tempted to buy it but wondered what the thoughts where on it first

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/uk/en/ho/WF06b/21675-38187-38191-38191-38191-80247400-81598173.html

(slightly different to that one (processor is about the only difference))
2.20 GHz Core2Duo
500GB SATAII HDD (2*250GB)
4096MB RAM (2 x 2048 MB)
20.1" Screen
HD DVD ROM with SuperMulti DVD±R/RW Double Layer

Thanks for any help greatly appreciated
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
or there is even the same item but different specs for £80 more:

● Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium
● Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor T8100 (2.1GHz)
● 4096 MB (2 x 2048 MB)
● 320 GB (2 x 160 GB) SATA Hard Disk Drive
● 20.1” WSXGA+ HD HP Ultra Brightview Widescreen Display
● Blu-Ray ROM with SuperMulti DVD±R/RW Double Layer
● Bluetooth® wireless networking
● Intel® PRO/Wireless Network Connection
● TV Tuner DVB-T
● HP Pavilion WebCam with Integrated Microphone
● Integrated finger print reader
#2
i think it's a good deal, but the fan might be a bit loud..

i'd just suggest getting a desktop pc because a laptop of that size isn't going to be very portable at all...
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jamhops
or there is even the same item but different specs for £80 more:

● Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium
● Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor T8100 (2.1GHz)
● 4096 MB (2 x 2048 MB)
● 320 GB (2 x 160 GB) SATA Hard Disk Drive
● 20.1” WSXGA+ HD HP Ultra Brightview Widescreen Display
● Blu-Ray ROM with SuperMulti DVD±R/RW Double Layer
● Bluetooth® wireless networking
● Intel® PRO/Wireless Network Connection
● TV Tuner DVB-T
● HP Pavilion WebCam with Integrated Microphone
● Integrated finger print reader


i think the 1st deals the best. although a HD DVD drive may be a bit redundant, all the other specs are much better. 1 500GB hard drive is by far better than 2 160GB hard drives
#4
pikachu12
i think it's a good deal, but the fan might be a bit loud..

i'd just suggest getting a desktop pc because a laptop of that size isn't going to be very portable at all...


thanks for the advice i was only thinking about getting a laptop as i have both atm and yet i will go for the laptop which has 1.6 celron and 1gig ram over the gaming desktop :roll: not sure why but thats why i thought i mights as well sell them both and go for a nice laptop
#5
pikachu12
i think the 1st deals the best. although a HD DVD drive may be a bit redundant, all the other specs are much better. 1 500GB hard drive is by far better than 2 160GB hard drives


I was coming to the same conclusion and i would rather put the difference towards my next expensive purchase :p
thanks for the help i feel generous enough to give some rep :)
#6
jamhops
thanks for the advice i was only thinking about getting a laptop as i have both atm and yet i will go for the laptop which has 1.6 celron and 1gig ram over the gaming desktop :roll: not sure why but thats why i thought i mights as well sell them both and go for a nice laptop


That thing isn't so much a laptop as a foldable desktop. At 23 inches and 7 kilograms I don't think you'll be having it on your lap much. What size is your laptop now? 15"?

For a laptop £800 for that spec looks reasonable, you could get a bit more with a desktop though.
#7
EndlessWaves
That thing isn't so much a laptop as a foldable desktop. At 23 inches and 7 kilograms I don't think you'll be having it on your lap much. What size is your laptop now? 15"?

For a laptop £800 for that spec looks reasonable, you could get a bit more with a desktop though.


17" and 4kg i think, but i am going to uni so will either need a real laptop which is powerful, this or a laptop and a desktop (for traveling between the 2)
banned#8
Crickey - thats a massive laptop! Will help build up those muscles carrying it around!

For the price, I dont think its a good deal - and the premium is for the monitor size. The processor, RAM and HD spec is good, but it uses onboard graphics, which makes it poor for the overall price.

As mentioned, an HD-DVD drive is also a bad move to pay such a high price for.

Just my 2 cents!
#9
guv
Crickey - thats a massive laptop! Will help build up those muscles carrying it around!

For the price, I dont think its a good deal - and the premium is for the monitor size. The processor, RAM and HD spec is good, but it uses onboard graphics, which makes it poor for the overall price.

As mentioned, an HD-DVD drive is also a bad move to pay such a high price for.

Just my 2 cents!


Thanks will take it on board considering now getting an ultra portable for uni. good idea? and an good cheap models? (rather not spend more then 6/700 unless its amazing
#10
guv
For the price, I dont think its a good deal - and the premium is for the monitor size. The processor, RAM and HD spec is good, but it uses onboard graphics, which makes it poor for the overall price.


Are you looking at a different one than I am? I see it listed with an 8800M GTS which is probably equivelent to something like an 8600GTS/9600GSO/8800GS.

It sounds like you're not sure what you're going to be using the laptop for when you get to university? If you want an Ultraportable you could consider the eee 901 which comes out on the 1st of July.

Have you read any reviews on the HP? It just occured to me that the battery life is probably going to be abysmal on that, maybe one hour.
#11
EndlessWaves
Are you looking at a different one than I am? I see it listed with an 8800M GTS which is probably equivelent to something like an 8600GTS/9600GSO/8800GS.

It sounds like you're not sure what you're going to be using the laptop for when you get to university? If you want an Ultraportable you could consider the eee 901 which comes out on the 1st of July.

Have you read any reviews on the HP? It just occured to me that the battery life is probably going to be abysmal on that, maybe one hour.


Ok at first i thought this will be amazing and can do anything i want it too... but then im thinking im gonna need to write notes with it in lectures so might need something a bit more portable and bit more battery power, So considering it this is amazing but probably aint what i need, though is what i want :p

I have looked at the eee 901 but i like powerful computers/laptops and that thing seems underpowered to me, doesnt need to be ultraportable, and i had read the reivew and it was basically a stupidly powerful laptop with a lack of battery life :roll:

So any portable laptops (in comparison to my heavy one now 3KG)

Thanks for the help
#12
How much are you looking to spend on a portable laptop?
#13
You have a pretty decent Dell laptop here for just under £300. And you have an ultra portable Sony laptop here but for £1400.
#14
jamhops
I have looked at the eee 901 but i like powerful computers/laptops and that thing seems underpowered to me


It's more than powerful enough for anything you're likely to use a 9" screen for (including video) and a 4.5 hour battery life with wifi and full brightness is nothing to be sniffed at.

Do you plan to use the laptop for gaming? If so then you're looking at at least 15" and 2.5kg.

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