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Lenovo Yoga 900 £854.99 @ Lenovo

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Use coupon code 5VCLEN to get it down to those price. Don't forget Quidco/TCB as well! Specifications: Brand: Lenovo Operating system: Windows OS Screen size: 13.3 inch Drive capacit…
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Moto Z 32GB £424.15 instead of 499.99 from Motorola

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Hi, Buy the phone direct from Motorola and use code UKUNIHOLIDAYGDZGDH to get it for £424.15 Would be worth trying it with the 5% Topcashback. Hope it helps someone who's looking to get this…
Bovrilontoast Avatar3d, 21h agoFound 3 days, 21 hours ago28 Comments
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BTW Moto Z with Battery Pack is 499 at John Lewis
Oh my lord Motorola customer service is shocking now its not under the Google umbrella. Indian call centres, poor online support. I seriously regret my Moto G4 purchase now. My wall charger packed up, they flat out are refusing to send a new one, as accessories are only covered by a 6 month warranty. I've only had the phone 3 months..........!
reggea86
Code is not valid!


​Typical, was working all day. Please can someone expire this. Thanks
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xicosm
This is a good deal.
Code also works for the moto Z play which is a better value for money IMHO

Good find, Play looks a really good phone but personally I'll be spending the extra £100 for the full Moto Z. Better all round (except battery) while also being much smaller and lighter. Not worried about the battery life either since it has a turbo charge. Still the Play does look really good if you don't mind not having top specs and aren't a fan of very slim phones.

Edited By: Teasy on Sep 22, 2016 11:18: clarification
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Lenovo Ideapad 510s Intel® Core™ i5 Processor 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD Storage, 14 inch Full HD Red Laptop £479.99 after £100 cashback £379.99 @ Very

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Intel® Core™ i5-6200U 8Gb RAM 128Gb SSD storage 14 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Anti-glare display Windows 10 Home 64-bit 802.11 a/c Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® 4.0 720p HD camera Ports: 2 x USB 3.0, 1
RiverDragon8 Avatar4d, 6h agoFound 4 days, 6 hours ago75 Comments
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No longer available - gutted :(
Seems it's gone
jimISere
Aesrok, it stated on the BNP terms that you only pay interest on BNP if you don't settle before the 12 months is up...I am surprised you went for this if you feel so unsure of the process
It won't be an issue if you pay next month...or even next sep! :)

I'm not unsure of the process, it "should" be straightforward, pay off the balance before the interest free period ends and I'm good, generally speaking this is how it works.

I am unsure of dealing with Very.co.uk, going from what I've read, they have the ability to f**k up even the simplest tasks.

That said, now that the order has been processed, there is a clear option on their website to pay off the BNPL balance (as opposed to just making a payment towards your balance), which wasn't there as an option previously. Which addresses my query regarding the operation of their site.

Edited By: Aesrock on Sep 23, 2016 14:58
Bought it Wednesday night. Delivery via royal mail around 9:30 today.
Ordered one of these for my wife a few weeks ago (though the price was about 50 quid more expensive then!). Still waiting for the £100 credit to be applied to the account (well, earlier this week when I last checked), though at the time it was stated that this would be applied by 1st October so we're still within the time frame. I've got screenshots of the offer on the web site when I ordered in case they try to play silly ****.

Not used it myself, but looks like a nice laptop to me.
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LENOVO Ideapad 100 15.6' Laptop N2840 4 GB 500 GB £116.97 Curry's C&C

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Bargain, if you can find one in your area. Also HP ENVY 15-ah150sa for £292.97.
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kotr
lynsaydyson
kotr
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This is the worst laptop ive ever had.
I paid more than this.
Have had for a few weeks. Windows 10 updates are a recipe for disaster.
The wifi always disables itself.
Infact its decided it doesnt even have wifi on it and after crashing and trying to recover has a critical error and wont start up. Trying one key recovery to restore to factory settings then sending it back. Cant get anything done on it and cant even check an email without problems.
That's it. Always blame the laptop.
Lots of people are using these without any problems
If you google it you will find theres many that are having problems as soon as it updates!
If you Google anything you will find problems.
It's a software issue. Bring it to someone who knows how to install the correct drivers
I have sorted it myself thanks so i obviously know my way around a laptop. Still wouldnt recommend to anyone.
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This is the worst laptop ive ever had.
I paid more than this.
Have had for a few weeks. Windows 10 updates are a recipe for disaster.
The wifi always disables itself.
Infact its decided it doesnt even have wifi on it and after crashing and trying to recover has a critical error and wont start up. Trying one key recovery to restore to factory settings then sending it back. Cant get anything done on it and cant even check an email without problems.
That's it. Always blame the laptop.
Lots of people are using these without any problems
If you google it you will find theres many that are having problems as soon as it updates!

If you Google anything you will find problems.
It's a software issue. Bring it to someone who knows how to install the correct drivers
kotr
lynsaydyson
This is the worst laptop ive ever had.
I paid more than this.
Have had for a few weeks. Windows 10 updates are a recipe for disaster.
The wifi always disables itself.
Infact its decided it doesnt even have wifi on it and after crashing and trying to recover has a critical error and wont start up. Trying one key recovery to restore to factory settings then sending it back. Cant get anything done on it and cant even check an email without problems.
That's it. Always blame the laptop.
Lots of people are using these without any problems
If you google it you will find theres many that are having problems as soon as it updates!
lynsaydyson
This is the worst laptop ive ever had.
I paid more than this.
Have had for a few weeks. Windows 10 updates are a recipe for disaster.
The wifi always disables itself.
Infact its decided it doesnt even have wifi on it and after crashing and trying to recover has a critical error and wont start up. Trying one key recovery to restore to factory settings then sending it back. Cant get anything done on it and cant even check an email without problems.

That's it. Always blame the laptop.
Lots of people are using these without any problems
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Lenovo Ideapad 310 Intel® Core™ i7 Processor 12Gb RAM 2Tb Hard Drive 15.6 inch Full HD Laptop very.co.uk £649.99 with £100 cashback £549.99

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Intel® Core™ i7-6500U 12Gb RAM 2Tb Hard drive NVIDIA GeForce 920MX 2GB Graphics 15.6 inch FHD(1920 x 1080) display Windows 10 Home 64-bit 802.11 a/c Wifi + Bluetooth 4.0 720p HD c…
chrisredmayne Avatar5d, 8h agoFound 5 days, 8 hours ago27 Comments
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http://www.futuremark.com/

Always a lot of opinions, so few examples. (_;)
After a laptop currently wanting i7 with 256 SSD minimum possible light gaming but want a nice screen fast and reliable any ideas under 600 quid?
Anyone got something around £5-600 with beasty SSD and CPU? Don't need good gfx. Thanks
code100579
Unless I'm missing something (entirely possible), it's £649 after the 100 discount OP.


http://content.very.co.uk/assets/static/2016/09/mobile/15-computing-cta/retina/mobile-4thway.png

extra hundred off! don't know if it's worth it or not having read the comments on here still !!! probably decent but the i7 doesn't seem much better than an i5 in laptops and no SSD worries me
Unless I'm missing something (entirely possible), it's £649 after the 100 discount OP.
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Lenovo C20 All-in-One Desktop PC, Intel Celeron, 4GB RAM, 500GB, 19.5" Full HD £229.95

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Perfect if you are after an all in one PC, the screen is Full HD 1080p. Ideal for web/office use. The same PC is £319.99 at curry's.
Horrorwood Avatar5d, 8h agoFound 5 days, 8 hours ago8 Comments
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Hot for the price/form factor, perfect for email/web/video chat. However please do keep mind that we have had plenty of 15" HP/Toshiba laptops with Intel i3 processors for under £250 before. Unless you want an all-in-one desktop with a big 19.5"/1080p screen those laptops would definitely be much better value for money.
hot_top
Is it touchscreen?

no
Is it touchscreen?
It's alright for what it is, but it's a basic laptop CPU stuck in a All in One case. These chips are one step up from the Intel Atom Line. It's fine for browsing, watching youtube/netflix, Windows store games, casual and indie games on steam or old games on Gog or Steam. Minecraft will work ok with the optfine plugin for the Java version and the Windows 10 version will work with no issues. Even Microsoft Office will run with no issues but Boot times will stink due to the 5400RPM HDD though, you can replace that with SSD internally if your up for a bit of tinkering or boot ofd a USB 3 external one in a enclosure.


Edited By: datalossfs on Sep 20, 2016 15:38
Horrorwood
It is £230 for a brand new PC with a 1080p screen. I didn't say it was ideal for rocket science!

Thats the lowest CPU score I have ever seen,better of trading the screen for a better CPU,even basic web browsing will be fairly slow...

Just my 2 pence worth after using a laptop with a CPU score of 1100... :)
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one this to be aware on this is that the touch pad doesn't work with gestures.

so no two finger scrolling, which I feel is a must nowadays if you use the touch pad
Or if you prefer, you can spend an extra 50p and buy one at Curry's instore.
Common Sense
RadiantDuck

​Most the cheaper windows tablets have 2gb of ram and run basic stuff good enough. Just don't be expecting to do loads of video editing or playing the latest games in high graphics.

I upgraded an old machine from Win 7 to Win 10 which has 2GB RAM and it is so slow even for browsing and Office. TVCatchup has memory issues. I have Windows 10 with 4GB and 8GB machines and they are fine. I even found Win 8 was faster than Win 10 with 2GB RAM. I wondered whether 4GB is a minimum for a decent performance.


​I did the same with a 3gb laptop and it put it too its knees too. But I did a good clean out, deleted the installation files and stopped a bunch of things opening on start up and it has made it work a lot better. I think if it comes pre-installed I think it tends to run better.
groenleader

Hello
If you have joined the party and installed the Windows 10 the anniversary update then 2GB is absolute minimum to run just the OS with out complicating it with extras, av software, tv watching etc.

May be this is why my videocard drivers suddenly keep crashing.
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RadiantDuck

​Most the cheaper windows tablets have 2gb of ram and run basic stuff good enough. Just don't be expecting to do loads of video editing or playing the latest games in high graphics.
I upgraded an old machine from Win 7 to Win 10 which has 2GB RAM and it is so slow even for browsing and Office. TVCatchup has memory issues. I have Windows 10 with 4GB and 8GB machines and they are fine. I even found Win 8 was faster than Win 10 with 2GB RAM. I wondered whether 4GB is a minimum for a decent performance.

Hello

If you have joined the party and installed the Windows 10 the anniversary update then 2GB is absolute minimum to run just the OS with out complicating it with extras, av software, tv watching etc.
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Lenovo Kia £119.99 @ Carphone Warehouse

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Not sure if this is anygood, but thinking of getting it. Obligotary link for rubbis CPW website https://www.carphonewarehouse.com/lenovo/kia.html#!colour=silver&capacity=6GB&dealType=sf I cant f…
Spottybutterfly Avatar6d, 3h agoFound 6 days, 3 hours ago72 Comments
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Just to confirm cpw have the specs completley wrong, the box says K5.

Edit sat 14:00h : I opened the box up as I decided to keep it, it comes with a case and screen protector inside. The website chose silver for me when I clicked charcoal but on opening up, even the the box has the white version pictured it was black, so happy with that.

It came with android 5.1.1 but is doing some sort of system update right now, so waiting to see if it upgrades android (doubght it).

Also could people please click expire seeing as CPW posted a load of crap about the specs.

Edited By: Spottybutterfly on Sep 24, 2016 14:29: More info
IRONM4N_UK
​Its the K5 Vibe the specs are all wrong on the websites.
Just received mine and it's model A6020a40 same as the one I already own :(

So is it the normal vibe and not the plus :(

Edit: debating wether to keep mine or not when it arrives tomorrow, I'm sick of CPW lying on their site.

Edit 2: so is this vibe K5 better than Moto 3rd gen 2gb version.



Edited By: Spottybutterfly on Sep 22, 2016 22:28: To not tripple post
IRONM4N_UK
CPW are happy for me to return the phone, however they expect me to pay for its return by post or go to a store.
Just raised a complaint on the web form on their website, I'm not prepared to go 4 miles and queue in a store or pay £4-£8 for delivery to them.
Much disappointed, they messed up the spec!
Thanks for clarifying the specs. Any chance u could post any photos of the phone (or the one your using since the same)
Is it lollipop or marshmallow?
It's really not hard to get the spec right I mean they just have to read the box so I've no idea how cpw messed up. Totally understand ur frustration about returning had a right carry on with a different store recently myself after they screwed up
CPW are happy for me to return the phone, however they expect me to pay for its return by post or go to a store.

Just raised a complaint on the web form on their website, I'm not prepared to go 4 miles and queue in a store or pay £4-£8 for delivery to them.

Much disappointed, they messed up the spec!
Even the box shows the correct specs unlike the website...
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Not at all happy, got to return it now..
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Lenovo ideapad 305 Laptop (Used - Very Good ) - 8GB RAM, Core i3, 1TB HDD - £195.74 Amazon (students)

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Purple laptop £244.67 down to £195.74 with 20% off Warehouse offer for students at Amazon. Seems good value as the blue version is around £60 more. 8GB ram, 1TB HDD, i3-5005U processor, 2 USB3…
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llno
How long have these typically been used? Or these are 30day returns items?
Most degrees take 3 years......
usually returned because are notorious for being ....lets just say garbage
llno
How long have these typically been used? Or these are 30day returns items?

From what I understand they are often just returns that have been opened but customers have changed their mind. Full 12 month support from Amazon. If there is an issue; full refund.
Good price for the spec, but personally wouldn't buy it because of the weight
Goonermad
No discount
You have to add to basket and checkout and then Promotion Applied: -£48.93 comes off
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Lenovo Tab 3 7 Inch 8GB Tablet - Black. 553/8120 £59.99 @ Argos

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White or black avalible. See my other post for 16gig versions at £89.99 Display: 7 inch screen. Resolution 1024 x 600 pixels. IPS technology. Multi-touch screen. LED backlit display.…
wayners Avatar1w, 1h agoFound 1 week, 1 hour ago21 Comments
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skykid3
rand0m
skykid3
rand0m
skykid3
gidsterc
does this have a SIM slot?
No, the LENOVO Tab3-730M 4G LTE does
how is the MTK8735P processor?
Could'nt comment as I haven't used one, you'd have to go by reviews and only one's I can find are basic buyer comments on Aliexpress
I'm finding it really hard to find a tablet which is on par with my 3 year old Xperia Z3 in terms of screen quality (> 290dpi) and speed (2GHz quadcore + 2GB ram), atleast 8 inches in size, has a 4G/LTE support and IS NOT a samsung.
My desire seems to be impossible.
I would say! Probably only Sony's latest tablet would be an improvement, just out of interest whats wrong with Samsung tablets?

I don't like the physical buttons, which is against new Android design (os comes with in built home, options and back button) and TouchWiz. I was one of the early adopters of Galaxy S and S3. Moved on to sony after that.

Sony's latest tablet would cost me my 2 arms and a leg. :(
morfinel
Only 1gb ram, that's bad

The 8 inch has 2GB
Only 1gb ram, that's bad
rand0m
skykid3
rand0m
skykid3
gidsterc
does this have a SIM slot?
No, the LENOVO Tab3-730M 4G LTE does
how is the MTK8735P processor?
Could'nt comment as I haven't used one, you'd have to go by reviews and only one's I can find are basic buyer comments on Aliexpress
I'm finding it really hard to find a tablet which is on par with my 3 year old Xperia Z3 in terms of screen quality (> 290dpi) and speed (2GHz quadcore + 2GB ram), atleast 8 inches in size, has a 4G/LTE support and IS NOT a samsung.
My desire seems to be impossible.

I would say! Probably only Sony's latest tablet would be an improvement, just out of interest whats wrong with Samsung tablets?
skykid3
rand0m
skykid3
gidsterc
does this have a SIM slot?
No, the LENOVO Tab3-730M 4G LTE does
how is the MTK8735P processor?
Could'nt comment as I haven't used one, you'd have to go by reviews and only one's I can find are basic buyer comments on Aliexpress


I'm finding it really hard to find a tablet which is on par with my 3 year old Xperia Z3 in terms of screen quality (> 290dpi) and speed (2GHz quadcore + 2GB ram), atleast 8 inches in size, has a 4G/LTE support and IS NOT a samsung.

My desire seems to be impossible.
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Lenovo Tab 3 8 Inch 16GB Tablet - White. 544/0634 £89.99 @ Argos

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This seems a good buy to replace our family tablet. For the money I can't find anything better. Been looking here for a few weeks but haven't seen this one posted. Model number: za170124gb. Dis…
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Rotoq
This or the kindle fire kids edition for a 5 year old?
This will be faster. But get a case for it!
This or the kindle fire kids edition for a 5 year old?
tom6195
What version of android will this have? I have a 2013 nexus 7 but that is now not supported by latest version of android :(

Android 6
Same price as the new fire 8" if you're looking for alternatives.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01AHBEJTE/ref=gw_giza_ship_1?pf_rd_r=QXH4RSZZXQCV1TZNS290&pf_rd_p=a0af8310-078b-46db-8e97-07d204a76986

Not quite sure which one comes out on top.
What version of android will this have? I have a 2013 nexus 7 but that is now not supported by latest version of android :(
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Lenovo Ideapad 100 15.6 Inch Celeron 2.58GHz 4GB 500GB Windows Laptop - Black @ Argos eBay for £149.99

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I was looking for a nice little laptop to use while i am on travel and come to know this laptop. Specs are as below: Lenovo Ideapad 100 15.6 Inch Celeron 2.58GHz 4GB 500GB Windows Laptop - Black
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MrPuddington
zombrex
CPU is trash
Yes, and the low resolution sucks. And it lacks a touch screen, and an SSD. Honestly, I would avoid this like the plague.

could you send us the link for the SSD, touch screen and decent graphics card laptop package for £149 as i have been looking everywhere
It all depends on what you want to use it for. For browsing, email, Office and streaming television it should be fine.
It is clearly not for "gaming".

It's like phone test.... iphone 6 -v- Samsung Galaxy S6 -v- $50 Chinese phone with poor processor and RAM.
Go to a random website and see which phone loads quickest. Answer. All about the same. In my house the Chinese phone won. It is the internet speed more than anything else in activities that do not need much processing power (and may be reaction time in the test).

It's like using a Lamborghini on a school run. There is no real speed advantage.

For travel a 11.6" model is more portable (but the screen for me is too small for prolonged use).
Meluk9
MrPuddington
zombrex
CPU is trash
Yes, and the low resolution sucks. And it lacks a touch screen, and an SSD. Honestly, I would avoid this like the plague.


Lol

Can you show us an alternative for £150 that does have all your higher specs?


​You missed the sarcasm friend ;)
MrPuddington
zombrex
CPU is trash
Yes, and the low resolution sucks. And it lacks a touch screen, and an SSD. Honestly, I would avoid this like the plague.


Lol

Can you show us an alternative for £150 that does have all your higher specs?
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Lenovo N22 11.6-Inch HD Chromebook Laptop, 2 GB RAM, 32GB EMMC £99.99 - Amazon

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Reduced from £160 apparently. Looks fairly solid for basic use if you're into the Chrome ecosystems. The Lenovo N22 is powered by Intel Celeron N3060 processor and features an 11.6" HD antiglare sc…
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bytemaster
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I really wanted to buy this and upgrade the RAM to 4gb. But it appears to me that the RAM is soldered onto the motherboard and therefore can not be swapped out. Real shame, 2gb is not going to kick the mustard for me. And I think I'd prefer to buy an alternative device than try import the American 4gb version.
Is only having 2gb ram really sooo bad.
I am still debating, based on other peoples experience, wether or not to keep mine.
I wouldn't worry about it, but it really would depend on your usage. It is a £99.99 Chromebook, and for that price performance will be compromised. Slow CPU, slow bulk storage (and not much of it) and 2GB RAM. I think most users are happy with it for the price.
I have never found 2GB limiting for casual use, that has been on a C720, however that has a better CPU and storage. I am typing this on a T100 Chi which has 2GB RAM and EMMC, with a slightly better processor, and have never experienced any real problems with multiple tabs. A decent Ad-blocker makes a huge difference though.
At the moment you are not going to find anything better for £100.
Thanks for your comments. They are much appreciated.
Which ad blocker do you use then?
uBlock Origin. I have only been using it for a couple of weeks, but I am very happy with it.

Thanks for that
Thanks, made me look on Amazon Warehouse too. Around £92 there in 'very good' condition but with the 20% student discount that is running on Amazon Warehouse deals at the moment it works out at just under £75! Bargain. Bought!
poisondwarf
bytemaster
poisondwarf
ijnokmp
I really wanted to buy this and upgrade the RAM to 4gb. But it appears to me that the RAM is soldered onto the motherboard and therefore can not be swapped out. Real shame, 2gb is not going to kick the mustard for me. And I think I'd prefer to buy an alternative device than try import the American 4gb version.
Is only having 2gb ram really sooo bad.
I am still debating, based on other peoples experience, wether or not to keep mine.
I wouldn't worry about it, but it really would depend on your usage. It is a £99.99 Chromebook, and for that price performance will be compromised. Slow CPU, slow bulk storage (and not much of it) and 2GB RAM. I think most users are happy with it for the price.
I have never found 2GB limiting for casual use, that has been on a C720, however that has a better CPU and storage. I am typing this on a T100 Chi which has 2GB RAM and EMMC, with a slightly better processor, and have never experienced any real problems with multiple tabs. A decent Ad-blocker makes a huge difference though.
At the moment you are not going to find anything better for £100.
Thanks for your comments. They are much appreciated.
Which ad blocker do you use then?

uBlock Origin. I have only been using it for a couple of weeks, but I am very happy with it.
bytemaster
poisondwarf
ijnokmp
I really wanted to buy this and upgrade the RAM to 4gb. But it appears to me that the RAM is soldered onto the motherboard and therefore can not be swapped out. Real shame, 2gb is not going to kick the mustard for me. And I think I'd prefer to buy an alternative device than try import the American 4gb version.
Is only having 2gb ram really sooo bad.
I am still debating, based on other peoples experience, wether or not to keep mine.
I wouldn't worry about it, but it really would depend on your usage. It is a £99.99 Chromebook, and for that price performance will be compromised. Slow CPU, slow bulk storage (and not much of it) and 2GB RAM. I think most users are happy with it for the price.
I have never found 2GB limiting for casual use, that has been on a C720, however that has a better CPU and storage. I am typing this on a T100 Chi which has 2GB RAM and EMMC, with a slightly better processor, and have never experienced any real problems with multiple tabs. A decent Ad-blocker makes a huge difference though.
At the moment you are not going to find anything better for £100.

Thanks for your comments. They are much appreciated.
Which ad blocker do you use then?
poisondwarf
ijnokmp
I really wanted to buy this and upgrade the RAM to 4gb. But it appears to me that the RAM is soldered onto the motherboard and therefore can not be swapped out. Real shame, 2gb is not going to kick the mustard for me. And I think I'd prefer to buy an alternative device than try import the American 4gb version.
Is only having 2gb ram really sooo bad.
I am still debating, based on other peoples experience, wether or not to keep mine.

I wouldn't worry about it, but it really would depend on your usage. It is a £99.99 Chromebook, and for that price performance will be compromised. Slow CPU, slow bulk storage (and not much of it) and 2GB RAM. I think most users are happy with it for the price.

I have never found 2GB limiting for casual use, that has been on a C720, however that has a better CPU and storage. I am typing this on a T100 Chi which has 2GB RAM and EMMC, with a slightly better processor, and have never experienced any real problems with multiple tabs. A decent Ad-blocker makes a huge difference though.

At the moment you are not going to find anything better for £100.
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Lenovo 100-15IBD - i3 - 4GB RAM - 500GB £194.00 @ Tesco Direct - Using code

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Code - TDX-HTNK For £25 off a £150 spend. Under £200 on this sort of spec seems very reasonable and with SSDs dropping all the time, you could always drop one in later down the line. With 250GB SSD…
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Meow1234
sam_of_london
I am not buying any Intel product until they come with 4k output either from displayport or hdmi 2.0. Still selling old hdmi connection which does not have bandwidth to display 4k.
Why don't you just marry 4k?


​I am not buying old garbage like you.


Stop looking at affordable laptops then and go buy something with high price which will be 4K compatible.
Bought this yesterday before the new code, asked them to add it to my order but apparently it's "invalid", and now it's out of stock so dont really want to cancel it.

Still the cheapest I3 laptop I can find though

Edited By: Lloydieboy on Sep 16, 2016 11:02
EazyDuz
cold its slow and bad sounds

Can't speak for the sound but I picked up another cheap machine to sell on with this identical spec/chipset and it's surprisingly quick for what it is in windows 10. The i3 5005u batters the usual Pentiums and AMD chips you get for this money, it's far better. Sips power.

4GB RAM is sufficient for browsing and light office. The HDD will never be lightning but once you are in a browsing window it doesn't matter and SSD upgrades are par for the course with this sort of system.
webmonkey
anyone know which integrated graphics this has?
If the CPU is a i3-5005U, it would have integrated Intel HD5500 graphics.
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Lenovo ZUK Z2 5.0 inch 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Snapdragon 820 2.15GHz Quad-core 4G Smartphone £199.01 @ banggood

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under 200 quid delivered got to be a decent deal. Basic Information Model Lenovo ZUK Z2 Band 2G: GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900MHz CDMA 800MHz 3G: WCDMA 850/900/…
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sandriderman
Would people get this or the One Plus X? Cheers
I would get this as it's considerably better specced than the OPX.
If you do the same, get it from a store like Oppomart instead for a little more, so it will come with the Google Play store app by default (& no messing around installing other roms).
Main downside with this is it has no microSD slot, but it does come with 4 times the internal storage compared to the OPX - i.e. 64Gb vs 16Gb. Also, it doesn't support all the 4G UK bands, which the OPX does. Neither phone has NFC.
Beware, the Oppomart is not an official shop of Oppo!
Opethian
Are Lenovo phones still sending stuff to Chinese servers? http://www.geek.com/chips/spy-agencies-shun-lenovo-finding-backdoors-built-into-the-hardware-1563801/
Aaaand it wouldn't be a far cry to imagine that this is applicable to any CN based manufacturer.
Citation from the article:
This reporting is factually incorrect. There is no Department of Defence ban on the Lenovo Company or their products; either for classified or unclassified systems.”

And I still find it good advertisement if a spy agency warns against using a product. NSA etc are not exactly on our/my side.
sandriderman
Would people get this or the One Plus X? Cheers

I would get this as it's considerably better specced than the OPX.

If you do the same, get it from a store like Oppomart instead for a little more, so it will come with the Google Play store app by default (& no messing around installing other roms).

Main downside with this is it has no microSD slot, but it does come with 4 times the internal storage compared to the OPX - i.e. 64Gb vs 16Gb. Also, it doesn't support all the 4G UK bands, which the OPX does. Neither phone has NFC.
skoupidia22
Yeap and they haven't been able to utilise it due to inadequate software. Sometimes less is more

It was an issue to begin with, but has since been fixed (along with other bugs) with a software update soon after - see this article:

That was quick: OnePlus 3 software update brings huge improvements to display quality, RAM management and more
Would people get this or the One Plus X? Cheers
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Lenovo Ideapad 510, i5, FHD, 8GB RAM with Nvidia 940m £499.99 pcworld

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bestbuy123
why not pay a 100 pound more and get the one with the i7 processor

Because it will still be a dual core cpu.
£499 seems a lot to me but I don't play games.
bestbuy123
why not pay a 100 pound more and get the one with the i7 processor

not sure the processor is the bottleneck to be fair. decent spec 4 this price. hot from me
why not pay a 100 pound more and get the one with the i7 processor
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Lenovo A2 10-70 This is the full HD 1920 x 1200 model with 2gb ram. Similar price to the lower A10-30 model with the lower screen resolution and half the ram. Well worth £129 for the screen siz…
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poinsy
ghostm4n
Just ordered :-) Anyone know if you can actually take it higher than 64GB with a MicroSD card, or is that really the limit?
You can, but it will only read 64GB :) Sorry, but a great tablet, and the screen quality is superb.
Cheers for that - It really is superb isn't it. The screen is just glorious, and the battery life is nuts.
madgpol
many thanks OP. John Lewis have confirmed price match. Having owned a few tablets over the years I'm of the opinion this tablet is great value for money. The battery life is insane. screen is vivid and you can add additional storage. Hard to fault
Had mine for a few days now and ditto on everything you said - Love it!!!!
millward84
Android or a iPad for a 5 year old girl?

Millward84, if you did buy this tablet while it was in stock, and you are buying it for a child, I would really recommend this case for it.

Bobj for Lenovo Tab 2 A10-70, A10-70F and Lenovo Tab 3 TB3-X70L, TB3-X70F - BobjGear Protective Tablet Cover (Gotcha Green) (not for Tab 2 A10-30)
millward84
Android or a iPad for a 5 year old girl?

Android is an operating system and iPad is a tablet. Two different things. Saying that a smart child will get to grips with any tablet, be it an android based device or an iOS based device. I'd go with something reasonably cheap as it will be prone to getting damaged.

Edited By: ibblackberry1 on Sep 11, 2016 08:20
zyany
what is the difference between the a10-30 and a10-70 (this model)?


​the 10-70 has 16gb of storage, 2 GB of ram and has 1200x 1920 pixels. I bought mine and it had 4.4.4 upgraded to 5.0.1.
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LENOVO Ideapad 100 15.6' Laptop @ PC World (free C&C) - £179.97

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£70 off decent laptop
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£116 now
CPU is quite weak, even for day to day use.

i3 is only £30 or £40 more.

Edited By: huangxq2 on Sep 09, 2016 20:25
Would this be ok for an 11 year old? Roblox, Minecraft etc?

Refurb Grade A+ on eBay for £130.

Edited By: deanmiles25 on Sep 08, 2016 21:54: spelling mistake.
not sure how decent it actually is with Celeron® Processor N2840!
just about right price.
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Lenovo IdeaPad 100S 11.6 Inch Intel 1.83Ghz 2GB 32GB Windows 10 Laptop (refurb) £99.99 @ Argos/eBay

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fighting_stupidity
With 2GB RAM and a 32GB Hard Drive it is large enough to keep up with your modern life
Hello? 2005? Is that you?
Was OP been sarcastic? or he/she really mean it?
Nah, wasn't OP that made that up, I assume copy pasta. Its just marketing BS.
fighting_stupidity
With 2GB RAM and a 32GB Hard Drive it is large enough to keep up with your modern life
Hello? 2005? Is that you?
Was OP been sarcastic? or he/she really mean it?
love my asus t100. this looks similar? very tempted for my son...
With 2GB RAM and a 32GB Hard Drive it is large enough to keep up with your modern life
Hello? 2005? Is that you?
uptwisting
The sooner they sell out of these small eMMC drives the better.
We need either no eMMC or proper HDD's in these cheaper options.


Damn right, these are perfect size for my kids but can't buy one because they don't do what we want :-/
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Lenovo 100-15IBD 15.6" Intel Core i3 4GB RAM 500GB HDD Black Laptop £219.00 @ Tesco Direct

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Saw the deal for the below Lenovo laptop posted and by chance happened upon a lower priced sister model. The only real difference I can see is between the SSD and HDD. So if you want more storage but
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​​​I've just bought this one with hybrid disk (8GB SSD and 500GB HDD) for £220 (open box deal and £20 off applying Which code) @ Laptops Direct (Debenhams is actually the LD, you can also get this on credit, 0% for 4 months when paying by PayPal credit) and I think it's the best of both worlds. Starts up in 5 seconds and still has a load of space for music, movies and pics. Only downsize is really cheapish build of keyboard and casing.
Garf
TDX-HTNK - £25 off. Takes it down to £194 :3
Thank you, you just saved me £25, much gratitude.
TDX-HTNK - £25 off. Takes it down to £194 :3
Mine had pressure marks on the screen, have to get a refund as no more in stock, and apparently they dont know when they are getting more.

yay.
Back in stock again
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Lenovo B50-50 i3-5005U 4GB 128SSD 15.6" DVDRW Windows 10 Brand New but opened box £237.47 @ Laptops Direct

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GRADE A1 - As new but box opened - Lenovo B50-50 Intel Core i3-5005U 4GB 128GB SSD DVD-RW 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Laptop - 77271175/5/80S20002UK Just bought one of these for my mates son to use at col…
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iEimis
Delivery is only from 30th September as well as collection so no good for me

This is as new.

The brand new one is only £20 more.

Personally, I would never buy an as new just to merely save £20 on a £250 laptop. That is crazy.

the price difference has to be a lot bigger.


http://www.shop.bt.com/products/lenovo-b50-50-i3-5005u-4gb-128ssd-15-6--dvdrw-windows-10-80s20002uk-C2WC.html?refs=59540000-58350000&referrerid=ZA00&utm_source=awin&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_content=ZA00&awc=3043_1473372025_af875f01cafc598aca0e2d3ecde33e6b





Edited By: huangxq2 on Sep 08, 2016 23:04
Looks like they have now sold out - it was a very good deal - sorry you missed out :(
Delivery is only from 30th September as well as collection so no good for me
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Lenovo IdeaPad 100 15.6 Inch Intel I3 2Ghz 8GB 1TB Windows 10 Laptop - Black [REFURBISHED] @ ARGOS ON EBAY - £249.99

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Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee The Lenovo® ideapad™ is packed full of features. With 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive you will have plenty of room for storage. The Intel Core i3--5005u
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Got this about 3 months ago from Argos eBay for £189.


​I was holding out thinking I'd get it now as a prezzie... Little did I know it would go to this price! Cold!
Just about to say,as above looks expensive for refurbished.
Got this about 3 months ago from Argos eBay for £189.
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Almost £300 off inc. £100 on credit purchase- Lenovo Ideapad 500 Intel® Core™ i5 Processor, dedicated 2GB R7 M360 Graphics, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive, 15.6 inch Laptop £383.98 at Very

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Great price for a half decent laptop with a lower mid range graphics card. Not mad on Lenovo, but happy to overlook it at this price. Was £679.99 IMPORTANT - to get this price choose buy now pay later…
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Anyone else get one and if so, you having regular blue screen crashes?
Update - correct one now (after having had to chase the postman for it). Have done a full scan with malwarebytes having heard the previous horror stories with Lenovo plus superfish and a couple of other nasties - all clean it seems!

One thing I'm not keen on is it seems like changing the battery is a major operation involving dismantling and not sure if even allowed under warranty :/ Quite stylish however (for a white silver laptop at least)

Anyway, looking forward to being able to finally play Max Payne 3 :)
Now out of stock - I REALLY hope they've sent me the correct one this time (should find out tomorrow)
jazzuk777
Well it arrived....I say it arrived, it didn't. Instead they sent a 14inch 1i3!!!!! Fail!

This type of mistake seems happen way too often with Very.

If I remember correctly, during Christmas, there was a laptop deal from Very, a lot of people were sent different laptops other than what they bought.
Well it arrived....I say it arrived, it didn't. Instead they sent a 14inch 1i3!!!!! Fail!
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BT shop - Lenovo B50-50 i3-5005U 4GB 128SSD 15.6" DVDRW Windows 10 - £259.99

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This is the best deal I could currently find on an i3/ssd laptop with a 15.6 inch screen. Please be so kind and comment if you are aware of any better offers :)
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I've just bought the one with hybrid disk (8GB SSD and 500GB HDD) for £220 (open box deal and £20 off applying Which code) @ Laptops Direct and I think it's the best of both worlds. Starts up in 5 seconds and still has a load of space for music, movies and pics. Only downsize is really cheapish build of keyboard and casing. Still good homework laptop for college kids with basic online gaming abilities (Xbox does the trick most of the time anyway).
Hello cwiara025,

Hope it's not too late to comment. I personally do not find it to be a good deal, the key points are processor speed and hard disk capacity. I did quite a bit of research and found one HP for £299.xx at Laptops Direct. It's an I3 -5005U, with 2GHs processor speed, 8GB Ram and 1 Tera byte hard disk capacity. Instead of paying £259.xx for a laptop with 4GB and only 128 GB harddisk, I would rather pay £40 more and buy the one with 8GB ram and 1 T hard disk HP laptop. Hope this helps.

Louie
_Katie
Great deal. 128GB is fine for most people.
Certainly true for a light use laptop. For my main desktop though I've got a 500GB SSD and I wouldn't be without it.

And for those people querying the need for an SSD the answer is no - just no. No PC should be sold without one these days, at the very least for your boot disk.

Looking closer at this deal I think this is a brilliant machine for the money - processor is OK for day to day stuff (miles better than the Pentium in my work PC), SSD will make startup fast, it has a LAN port (not all basic laptops do), it has USB 3.0, it has a DVD/RW drive. And it's made by Lenovo, so quality will be pretty decent. All in all given the cheap price this will make a great PC for kids and light home users.

Edited By: biglugs1 on Sep 15, 2016 23:14: add more thoughts
Great deal and it's still available!
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Medion Akoya (Lenevo) Laptop i5-6200u 8gb RAM 1TB HDD - 2 Year Warranty £320.00 laptopsdirect

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Medion (lenevo) laptop- Great deal for a student- powerful laptop with 2 years warranty. Windows 10 home 15.6" - 1366 x 768 Screen Intel Core i5 6200U - 2.3 GHz Processor 8 GB RAM Dual speaker…
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Medion laptops are selling on amazon, argos, debenhams, tesco.. I cannot find them aldi or lidl :O
newsgroupmonkey
jake_mike
Savvy1
Is this not good for an i5?
Good price for the specs, but Medion is not a good brand.
Define good brand?
Would you say that Lenovo wasn't a good brand?
(to give you a start, Medion are Lenovo in disguise and make perfectly good domestic laptops)

I guess you are a Medion owner as you seem to be offended. Medion is a budged brandmostly sold in budget supermarket called ALDI in Germany . Lenovo? I bet 5 years ago you didn't even know this Chinese company even existed?
jake_mike
Savvy1
Is this not good for an i5?
Good price for the specs, but Medion is not a good brand.
Define good brand?
Would you say that Lenovo wasn't a good brand?
(to give you a start, Medion are Lenovo in disguise and make perfectly good domestic laptops)
Seen reviews on it on amazon where its selling for £389 and they are all 5 star. One review mentions it has a integrated 128gb SSD they dont even advertise about!
antonywhite37
This site baffles yet again. 50 quid cheaper than the amd laptop listed at very, yet this is miles faster and comes with an extra year warranty. Both this and Acer are budget lenovo so comments about brand don't really make sense. Once again voting has no logic


​Exactly. Spec wise this is a fantastic deal.
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Lenovo B50-50 Intel Core i3-5005U, 4GB, 128GB SSD, W10 Laptop £265 @ Laptopdirect

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15.6" - 1366 x 768 Screen Intel Core i3 5005U - 2 GHz Processor 4 GB RAM 128 GB SSD Hard Drive Windows 10 Operating System DVD-RW Optical Drive HD Graphics 1 year warrant
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is this laptop screen led?
I agree, at this price it looks great.
Ordered and heat added, thanks for posting.
therealclarkkent
pablomalin
for less than a tenner more you could get a FHD i5 Dell.
Do you have a link please?
Looking for a new laptop
I think they mean this deal, but it may be difficult to get it for that price now - read the comments.
pablomalin
for less than a tenner more you could get a FHD i5 Dell.

Do you have a link please?
Looking for a new laptop
for less than a tenner more you could get a FHD i5 Dell.

Edited By: pablomalin on Sep 05, 2016 06:14
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Lenovo B50-50 Intel Core i3-5005U 4GB 128GB SSD DVD-RW 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Laptop £264.97 @ Laptops Direct

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​Points from tesco tho & not having to deal with laptops direct.....
Exact same Specs as http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-250-g4-15-6-inch-laptop-core-i3-5005u-windows-10-4gb-ram-128gb-ssd-usb-3-0-dvd-2486418 which expired not long ago only £36 quid more and without the convenience of TESCO click and collect. Not cold or hot from me. If there was a meh button i'd press it.
need i5 quid core + 8gb ram... :(
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Lenovo ZUK Z2 64GB Smartphone £198.95 @ banggood.com

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Price Drop! - Thanks Ulti for original find. CPU: Snapdragon 820 2.15Ghz RAM: 4GB LPDDR4 Storage: 64GB eMMC 5.1 Main Camera: Samsung 13 MP ISOCELL, f/2.2, phase detection autofocus, 1/2.…
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cowsindahouse
still waiting for a 5.5 inch cheap sd820. all these sd820 phones are restricted to 5 inch screens, i don't get it
You won't get a cheap SD820 phone yet, as its a new chip for premium phones.
This might be the best you are going to get at a smidge under £210 (5.7" screen, but a horrible colour)http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_356972.html?currency=GBP&gclid=CJPHz9WU_c4CFQq3GwodthwCNQ
Obviously...that's assuming you don't get hit for import duty/vat (which would be about £50, including Royal Mail handling fee)


thanks, that's a lot of phone for the money, supports all the 4g bands too afaics. I'm pretty tempted

edit.. couldn't resist, bought won for 193 at geekbuying


Edited By: cowsindahouse on Sep 09, 2016 19:09: info
cowsindahouse
still waiting for a 5.5 inch cheap sd820. all these sd820 phones are restricted to 5 inch screens, i don't get it

You won't get a cheap SD820 phone yet, as its a new chip for premium phones.
This might be the best you are going to get at a smidge under £210 (5.7" screen, but a horrible colour)
http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_356972.html?currency=GBP&gclid=CJPHz9WU_c4CFQq3GwodthwCNQ

Obviously...that's assuming you don't get hit for import duty/vat (which would be about £50, including Royal Mail handling fee)
still waiting for a 5.5 inch cheap sd820. all these sd820 phones are restricted to 5 inch screens, i don't get it


Edited By: cowsindahouse on Sep 05, 2016 15:04: ten
I got ZUK Z1 for 150GBP a year ago. The good thing is that it has loads of custom roms on XDA site. Battery is excellent, much better than my Galaxy S5. ZUK is a dedicated sub brand under Lenovo. I would this price is not bad for its build quality. On contrary, my Mi4C was bought at 180GBP was really letting me down, battery was so poor and there are loads of Ad built-in the MIUI. I ended up giving it to my little cousin,lol.
cullies
will it be updated to android 7 just released?
Unlikely, Lenovo support is pretty slight once you own a phone unless you buy a Moto handset (Lenovo own them) then you get 2 years support and upgrades but at a higher price of course, albeit still competitive.

Edited By: IRONM4N_UK on Sep 04, 2016 14:25
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Lenovo Ideapad 510s Intel® Core™ i5 Processor 8Gb RAM 128Gb SSD Storage 14 inch Full HD Laptop £379.99 + £3.99 P&P @ Very

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£100 back on all computers £450+ when choosing buy now pay later. Offer ends 15th Sept. £3.99 P&P Intel® Core™ i5-6200U 8Gb RAM 128Gb SSD storage 14 inch FHD(1920 x 1080)IPS Anti-glare displa…
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Enterpart
KiritoTaira
What's it contains graphics wise? 550, Iris or Radeon maybe? Anyone tried to play any games on it?
the soc has HD Graphics 520 integrated, is that any good? I won't be using it for gaming personally

shouldplay gta 5 according to this...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFY7o9UO06w
unless im getting it mixed up ??
extended..

£50 Back on all computing £299 - £449

or

£100 Back on all computing £450+

When you choose Buy Now Pay later.

Offer must end 29th September 2016.

£50 or £100 will automatically be applied as a credit to your account by 8th November 2016. You don’t need to do anything to get this.
DocRobotnik
Is this definitely the i5 version? The 128GB version at this price point is meant to be the i3, I'm sure?
Happy to be wrong.

Definitely i5 with 128gb ssd. Great little laptop, great build & very quick.
DocRobotnik
Is this definitely the i5 version? The 128GB version at this price point is meant to be the i3, I'm sure?

Happy to be wrong.


​theres a pic of the box in the thread that says i5 somewhere !!
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Motorola Moto G4 (4th Gen) 16GB £129.99 @ Amazon.co.uk

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yes was the G4 not the plus but the 16gb moto
eastangliauk
Curry's in clacton have this for £130 on pay go or £150 to buy really not sure to buy one as my LGG3 is broken.
You sure it's the g4 and not the g3 in Currys?
Curry's in clacton have this for £130 on pay go or £150 to buy really not sure to buy one as my LGG3 is broken.
This or the Huawei P8 Lite ?
@daveMUFC Your experience is EXACTLY the same as mine. I will not deal with CPW again.
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Free Lenovo Laptop with Sky packages over £20 (new customers only)

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Free Lenovo Laptop with Sky packages over £20. New customers only.
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far2easy2kill
12gb monthly cap.... lenovo laptop.... cold on both reason. Get Sky installed, get free cheap laptop that will probably not last long, then go over your monthly cap downloading all the updates required for windows and the lenovo system programs. Id go with cashback or the TV goven the choices.
this response is frankly pathetic. point 1. Lenovo are not bad machines at all. I have had many Lenovo at work and at home and I've only ever called out an engineer once who came to me at home, did the repair and there was no charge. Point 2 if you are downloading that much a month to simply upgrade windows there is either something wrong with your system or you.
now which one is it ???? errrrrrm
Hmm, im guessing you have never had to try and get Lenovo to fix out of warranty. I work in IT, would never buy them again. Cheap machines and nowhere near the quality they were previously. You were lucky. I have been quoted more than the cost of the machine for a repair when out of warranty. Only company in 13 years of experience to do that! The usage was an overstatement to make a point. A 12gb monthly usage will get used very quickly by the large majority of users. For people who dont understand the values of internet limits it sounds like more than it actually is. Basic browsing followed by updates to systems (the windows 10 anniversary update is over 1Gb in size for most people and that is without downloading programs that most people will add. Plus if you buy a film from sky store thats a few GB that does count towards your cap... You seem very pro sky from your responses despite trying to cancel 3 times? I thought 40gb from BT was bad a year ago. 12gb is a poor deal unless you genuinely do nothing or dont use the internet, in which case the cashback or the telly would be better to you than the laptop. As for resorting to petty insults, sad really. I can assure you there is nothing wrong with me or my systems i work with at home and professionally, im just very aware that some people dont understand what data limits mean and if one person doesnt get overcharged because they looked at the exaggeration then im happy. No good having a "free" laptop if you then get charged every month because you have exceeded your limits.
if you "work in IT" fix your own laptops..
I do on a regular basis but its not particularly easy to fix a mainboard when they dont supply them out. I could buy second hand and fix but the same issue can apply. I doubt many users on here (upon which my review is based) have the technical ability to rip apart an entire laptop and replace a part that isnt effectively user replaceable but id love to be proved wrong.

I agree with many of your points and sentiment behind usage cap but on the laptop front I don't work in IT at all and have repaired every laptop I've had over the last decade using YouTube videos.
Screen, keyboard, USB ports, processor, RAM, heatsink, fan even whole chipset is replaceable. I just search on eBay for the parts and install them.
Only thing I couldn't do is soldering circuitry like resistors lol!


Its awesome that you do that, a lot of parts you can fix. Youtube is indeed a friend in a majority of cases. I just work with a considerable amount of staff who wouldnt dare attempt to even take the back off let alone source replacement parts, they just throw them at me to fix. The thinkpads are great laptops, i see many of them used in business and most seem sturdy. Unfortunately seen as i couldnt even see the model number of the laptop they want to give you on the sky site it didnt inspire confidence that it will last longer than a years warranty. I have personally found HP parts easier to come by for most laptops but again its hit and miss. Again the ProBooks we have are all still ok and easy (ish) to repair. The consumer ones people bring to me arent as sturdy. I go by ease of use and reliability when i choose or recommend laptops to people I know.

The only reason i posted about repairs and usage is because the type of deal this sucks in generally dont fix their own laptops and dont understand usage caps. Obviously some people on here know more which is awesome, but as i say, i doubt they would go for this deal anyway.
far2easy2kill
dataload
far2easy2kill
jonnithomas
far2easy2kill
12gb monthly cap.... lenovo laptop.... cold on both reason. Get Sky installed, get free cheap laptop that will probably not last long, then go over your monthly cap downloading all the updates required for windows and the lenovo system programs. Id go with cashback or the TV goven the choices.
this response is frankly pathetic. point 1. Lenovo are not bad machines at all. I have had many Lenovo at work and at home and I've only ever called out an engineer once who came to me at home, did the repair and there was no charge. Point 2 if you are downloading that much a month to simply upgrade windows there is either something wrong with your system or you.
now which one is it ???? errrrrrm
Hmm, im guessing you have never had to try and get Lenovo to fix out of warranty. I work in IT, would never buy them again. Cheap machines and nowhere near the quality they were previously. You were lucky. I have been quoted more than the cost of the machine for a repair when out of warranty. Only company in 13 years of experience to do that! The usage was an overstatement to make a point. A 12gb monthly usage will get used very quickly by the large majority of users. For people who dont understand the values of internet limits it sounds like more than it actually is. Basic browsing followed by updates to systems (the windows 10 anniversary update is over 1Gb in size for most people and that is without downloading programs that most people will add. Plus if you buy a film from sky store thats a few GB that does count towards your cap... You seem very pro sky from your responses despite trying to cancel 3 times? I thought 40gb from BT was bad a year ago. 12gb is a poor deal unless you genuinely do nothing or dont use the internet, in which case the cashback or the telly would be better to you than the laptop. As for resorting to petty insults, sad really. I can assure you there is nothing wrong with me or my systems i work with at home and professionally, im just very aware that some people dont understand what data limits mean and if one person doesnt get overcharged because they looked at the exaggeration then im happy. No good having a "free" laptop if you then get charged every month because you have exceeded your limits.
if you "work in IT" fix your own laptops..
I do on a regular basis but its not particularly easy to fix a mainboard when they dont supply them out. I could buy second hand and fix but the same issue can apply. I doubt many users on here (upon which my review is based) have the technical ability to rip apart an entire laptop and replace a part that isnt effectively user replaceable but id love to be proved wrong.

I agree with many of your points and sentiment behind usage cap but on the laptop front I don't work in IT at all and have repaired every laptop I've had over the last decade using YouTube videos.
Screen, keyboard, USB ports, processor, RAM, heatsink, fan even whole chipset is replaceable. I just search on eBay for the parts and install them.
Only thing I couldn't do is soldering circuitry like resistors lol!
the only way this becomes "free" for a year is if the cashback is paid immediately and then immediately deposited in to your sky account, followed by the £100 voucher - both of which won't be happening.
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12gb monthly cap.... lenovo laptop.... cold on both reason. Get Sky installed, get free cheap laptop that will probably not last long, then go over your monthly cap downloading all the updates required for windows and the lenovo system programs. Id go with cashback or the TV goven the choices.
this response is frankly pathetic. point 1. Lenovo are not bad machines at all. I have had many Lenovo at work and at home and I've only ever called out an engineer once who came to me at home, did the repair and there was no charge. Point 2 if you are downloading that much a month to simply upgrade windows there is either something wrong with your system or you.
now which one is it ???? errrrrrm
Hmm, im guessing you have never had to try and get Lenovo to fix out of warranty. I work in IT, would never buy them again. Cheap machines and nowhere near the quality they were previously. You were lucky. I have been quoted more than the cost of the machine for a repair when out of warranty. Only company in 13 years of experience to do that! The usage was an overstatement to make a point. A 12gb monthly usage will get used very quickly by the large majority of users. For people who dont understand the values of internet limits it sounds like more than it actually is. Basic browsing followed by updates to systems (the windows 10 anniversary update is over 1Gb in size for most people and that is without downloading programs that most people will add. Plus if you buy a film from sky store thats a few GB that does count towards your cap... You seem very pro sky from your responses despite trying to cancel 3 times? I thought 40gb from BT was bad a year ago. 12gb is a poor deal unless you genuinely do nothing or dont use the internet, in which case the cashback or the telly would be better to you than the laptop. As for resorting to petty insults, sad really. I can assure you there is nothing wrong with me or my systems i work with at home and professionally, im just very aware that some people dont understand what data limits mean and if one person doesnt get overcharged because they looked at the exaggeration then im happy. No good having a "free" laptop if you then get charged every month because you have exceeded your limits.
funny world isn't it ? I worked in it for 30 years including as technical design manager for a multinational.
why would you want lenovo to fix a machine that was out of g'tee ? it's value would be negligible after three years business use so we simply bought new machines after three years. if you decide not to scrap it then any it shop can fix them if you aren't happy with lenovo charges.
as for sky they do good deals for new customers so I shop around and leave and go back a year or two later. currently my sky unlimited fibre and phone cost me £20 per month in total excluding calls. my calls are unlimited with vodafone for £8.50 a month.
so you don't like download limits then simply say that. don't quote a one off download of windows 10 as a major reason not to have a limited account. either that or give a reason why one would download windows 10 every month. besides as the machine is preloaded with the OS it really is cow detritus to use that as part of your diatribe.
so basically your reasoning was based upon Lenovo repair costs that are free as the machine is new and Lenovo costs on old machines when anyone can fix them so you don't need to use them anyway. then we have download costs on an OS which is already installed.
Just a final note, you have a good deal with sky and vodafone, good for you, not anywhere the same type of deal as this offer is trying to lure in. Businesses sell their machines to recoup money where possible, schools have a lot more red tape trying to do this, especially as council run. Windows 10 home does not give a chance to defer updates, it installs them automatically. This can use a considerable amount of data that some people may not be aware of. Also, sky store purchases use your data that counts towards your monthly cap. This laptop will no doubt have windows 10 home and a 1 year warranty. After that you are on your own. Everyone has different experiences and
i hope that everyone who does eventually plump for a deal like this gets many happy years worth of use out of sky and the laptop, i just wouldnt recommend this deal to anyone.
I added details of my current deals as you said
You seem very pro sky from your responses despite trying to cancel 3 times?
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This seemed to be suggesting that because I leave sky at times they aren't a good service.
The argument seems to have degenerated into your own ability to repair machines. A friend of mine had his Lenovo T410 repaired (board replaced) by a private company after a drinks spillage. They were reasonable, prompt and not related to Lenovo at all. Once out of g'tee I really don't understand why you would expect to use any manufacturer for repairs that you cannot do yourself.
However, the whole point was that your original comments were both off topic and inaccurate. btw, your school seems to be harder on machines than the US Army as they use Lenovo in the field.
Again it comes down to personal experience. Im sure the US army loves their Lenovo machines, but im pretty sure they didnt get them in a promo offer from Sky... They will have business machines and business warranties. I have perfect confidence in repairing any type of machine, but does a normal consumer? We have had both lenovo desktops and laptops (m90z aio and edge e520 laptops) the m90z were on the whole reliable but the laptops were not. I have already agreed that the windows install was an overstatement but it was designed to make a point that this deals data limit wasnt great. My latest security updates for windows 10 and office came to just over a gig. Normal consumers dont get the choice to defer them unfortunately. As for an argument, there was never meant to be one. Different people have different experiences. I like sky, others dont, i dont particularly like lenovo anymore, you may love them, thats why there is choice available but with that choice comes different build quality and parts. The t410 is a good laptop, i dont think the current consumer lenovo laptops ive seen have anywhere near as good a build quality or the ease of replacement parts available. But i digress. This site is about whether a deal is hot or cold. As i only had one vote and it is currently -70, it seems the majority think its cold, regardless of their technical ability.


of course the T410 is a better build quality than a consumer laptop. It is a Thinkpad i.e. a business oriented laptop. I can assure you that the latest Thinkpad have just as good build quality to earlier Thinkpad. I have one. I mentioned the T410 as it was an example of how it is quite possible to get an old Lenovo laptop repaired at a reasonable price. You simply don't get it repaired by Lenovo.

As for reliability. Do you really think your experience of laptop use in a school will be in anyway similar to someone using their own laptop in a domestic environment ? of course the desktops were reliable. they weren't being abused.

so, as I say, your maintenance/repair issue was very much a red herring. your comment about download limits could have been better explained as it is perfectly adequate for someone simply doing emails, word documents, spreadsheets and accessing websites but not for anyone streaming films etc.
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12gb monthly cap.... lenovo laptop.... cold on both reason. Get Sky installed, get free cheap laptop that will probably not last long, then go over your monthly cap downloading all the updates required for windows and the lenovo system programs. Id go with cashback or the TV goven the choices.
this response is frankly pathetic. point 1. Lenovo are not bad machines at all. I have had many Lenovo at work and at home and I've only ever called out an engineer once who came to me at home, did the repair and there was no charge. Point 2 if you are downloading that much a month to simply upgrade windows there is either something wrong with your system or you.
now which one is it ???? errrrrrm
Hmm, im guessing you have never had to try and get Lenovo to fix out of warranty. I work in IT, would never buy them again. Cheap machines and nowhere near the quality they were previously. You were lucky. I have been quoted more than the cost of the machine for a repair when out of warranty. Only company in 13 years of experience to do that! The usage was an overstatement to make a point. A 12gb monthly usage will get used very quickly by the large majority of users. For people who dont understand the values of internet limits it sounds like more than it actually is. Basic browsing followed by updates to systems (the windows 10 anniversary update is over 1Gb in size for most people and that is without downloading programs that most people will add. Plus if you buy a film from sky store thats a few GB that does count towards your cap... You seem very pro sky from your responses despite trying to cancel 3 times? I thought 40gb from BT was bad a year ago. 12gb is a poor deal unless you genuinely do nothing or dont use the internet, in which case the cashback or the telly would be better to you than the laptop. As for resorting to petty insults, sad really. I can assure you there is nothing wrong with me or my systems i work with at home and professionally, im just very aware that some people dont understand what data limits mean and if one person doesnt get overcharged because they looked at the exaggeration then im happy. No good having a "free" laptop if you then get charged every month because you have exceeded your limits.
funny world isn't it ? I worked in it for 30 years including as technical design manager for a multinational.
why would you want lenovo to fix a machine that was out of g'tee ? it's value would be negligible after three years business use so we simply bought new machines after three years. if you decide not to scrap it then any it shop can fix them if you aren't happy with lenovo charges.
as for sky they do good deals for new customers so I shop around and leave and go back a year or two later. currently my sky unlimited fibre and phone cost me £20 per month in total excluding calls. my calls are unlimited with vodafone for £8.50 a month.
so you don't like download limits then simply say that. don't quote a one off download of windows 10 as a major reason not to have a limited account. either that or give a reason why one would download windows 10 every month. besides as the machine is preloaded with the OS it really is cow detritus to use that as part of your diatribe.
so basically your reasoning was based upon Lenovo repair costs that are free as the machine is new and Lenovo costs on old machines when anyone can fix them so you don't need to use them anyway. then we have download costs on an OS which is already installed.
Just a final note, you have a good deal with sky and vodafone, good for you, not anywhere the same type of deal as this offer is trying to lure in. Businesses sell their machines to recoup money where possible, schools have a lot more red tape trying to do this, especially as council run. Windows 10 home does not give a chance to defer updates, it installs them automatically. This can use a considerable amount of data that some people may not be aware of. Also, sky store purchases use your data that counts towards your monthly cap. This laptop will no doubt have windows 10 home and a 1 year warranty. After that you are on your own. Everyone has different experiences and
i hope that everyone who does eventually plump for a deal like this gets many happy years worth of use out of sky and the laptop, i just wouldnt recommend this deal to anyone.


I added details of my current deals as you said
You seem very pro sky from your responses despite trying to cancel 3 times?
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This seemed to be suggesting that because I leave sky at times they aren't a good service.

The argument seems to have degenerated into your own ability to repair machines. A friend of mine had his Lenovo T410 repaired (board replaced) by a private company after a drinks spillage. They were reasonable, prompt and not related to Lenovo at all. Once out of g'tee I really don't understand why you would expect to use any manufacturer for repairs that you cannot do yourself.

However, the whole point was that your original comments were both off topic and inaccurate. btw, your school seems to be harder on machines than the US Army as they use Lenovo in the field.


Again it comes down to personal experience. Im sure the US army loves their Lenovo machines, but im pretty sure they didnt get them in a promo offer from Sky... They will have business machines and business warranties. I have perfect confidence in repairing any type of machine, but does a normal consumer? We have had both lenovo desktops and laptops (m90z aio and edge e520 laptops) the m90z were on the whole reliable but the laptops were not. I have already agreed that the windows install was an overstatement but it was designed to make a point that this deals data limit wasnt great. My latest security updates for windows 10 and office came to just over a gig. Normal consumers dont get the choice to defer them unfortunately. As for an argument, there was never meant to be one. Different people have different experiences. I like sky, others dont, i dont particularly like lenovo anymore, you may love them, thats why there is choice available but with that choice comes different build quality and parts. The t410 is a good laptop, i dont think the current consumer lenovo laptops ive seen have anywhere near as good a build quality or the ease of replacement parts available. But i digress. This site is about whether a deal is hot or cold. As i only had one vote and it is currently -70, it seems the majority think its cold, regardless of their technical ability.
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Lenovo YOGA Tablet 2 8 Inch 16GB FullHD Tablet - Refurbished £109.99 @ Argos ebay

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Seems like a great deal for the money. Has dual speakers also and a large battery capacity. Looks like you can also install windows on it if you want. Same tablet at amazon https://www.ama…
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it's not the same name though
SCAN has changed their description since i did a quick browse. It defiantly said New.
Agree about the confusion over the product - stupid marketing if you ask me. Calling multiple products the same name. Not seen this since "Don" Capratis called every Compaq non-server product "Evo".
ameenbassam
does it have a SIM slot ?
http://www.gsmarena.com/lenovo_yoga_tablet_2_8_0_-6730.php

Looks like it. The 10.1inch version supports 4G but this version only 3G. You can get the 10.1 inch version for £150 refurb from same ebay account.

http://www.gsmarena.com/compare.php3?idPhone1=6731&idPhone2=6730


Edit: nvm maybe i lied. I think this is the wifi only version if a wifi only version even exists.



Edited By: Muffinss on Sep 03, 2016 02:30: -
does it have a SIM slot ?
http://i.imgur.com/pTkR1kj.png
You guys are insane if you think this isn't cheap lol

Edited By: Muffinss on Sep 02, 2016 19:02
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bluebullet
will this connect to a TV through micro usb to HDMI ?
will this connect to a TV through micro usb to HDMI ?
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I purchased one from Argos eBay last night for £109. The spec was for the A10-70 however I'm now worrying the A10-30 will arrive.
Anyone done the same thing? what did Argos deliver?


​i brought the £109 one from Argos was the a10-70 model but wouldn't say the condition was a1, screen didn't have any marks but was scratched on the back any had some dirt in the charging and we slot and some stuck between the screen and backing case... hope that helps and makes sense.
I purchased one from Argos eBay last night for £109. The spec was for the A10-70 however I'm now worrying the A10-30 will arrive.
Anyone done the same thing? what did Argos deliver?
Muffinss
Anyone know of a FHD tablet which is cheap? All the deals I see here are 1280x800 screens.
I'm probably looking to spend about 150

The Acer Iconia Tab 10 a3-a40 would be a decent choice. Bought one earlier this week for my wife for £149.99 (+ free £10 Argos discount voucher) after the deal was posted on this forum. It has decent spec with a 10.1" full HD 1920 x 1200 screen, 2gb RAM, 32gb on-board storage, microSD slot and comes with Android 6 Marshmellow.
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It's been coming up as £579.95 for me. Do you need to enter a promo code to get it to £549.95 or have they upped the price?!
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Currently Very.co.uk have computing promotion, so same price here - http://www.very.co.uk/lenovo-ideapad-500-intelreg-coretrade-i5-processor-12gb-ram-2tb-hard-drive-156-inch-laptop-with-radeon-r7-graphics-white/1600056151.prd but you will get £100 credit to your account if you use BNPL.
What's bnpl

I believe it's Buy Now Pay Later
joybg
Currently Very.co.uk have computing promotion, so same price here - http://www.very.co.uk/lenovo-ideapad-500-intelreg-coretrade-i5-processor-12gb-ram-2tb-hard-drive-156-inch-laptop-with-radeon-r7-graphics-white/1600056151.prd but you will get £100 credit to your account if you use BNPL.


What's bnpl
banned
great find
i got some credit for johnlewis lying around
might use it on this... hmmm...
timarli
I though ram beyon 4-6gb didnt make much difference for laptops? Does 12gb ram really improve performance
Well it depends what you want to do. If you are only using the laptop to play on Facebook then no you do not need 12GB of RAM. But then again would you think it worth spending over 500 on a laptop when you could do the same thing on a laptop half the price.

Alternately, if you are a power user with lots going on and running a VM or two then 12GB is very nice indeed on a laptop.
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Lenovo T460s (i5 6300U, 8GB, 256GB SSD, 1080p touch) £749.00 ebay / etradingcorp

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Cheapest I've seen these are ~£1k on ebay. Not a bad deal, although the T460 goes for £550 with similar specs, but if you're after the more ultrabooky laptop.... There's a good comparison of the tw…
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http://shop.lenovo.com/ukrewards/gb/en/laptops/thinkpad/t-series/t460s/#SYSTEM

The same specification from Lenovo can be obtained for £977 so while it seems a good deal for this option, the listing is rather lacking in the important details. Personally, I'd rather buy the stock T460 for the double digit battery life.

No mention around what battery configuration is being offered, what warranty is being offered ie are these already missing the best part of the first year of the typical 3 year Lenovo warranty, what keyboard they have considering these could be cheap grey imports among other things.