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ASUS VivoBook 15 X1500 Laptop, i5-1135G7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 15.6" Full HD, Silver, 2Yr guarantee £369.99 @ John Lewis & Partners

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This ASUS VivoBook laptop makes short work of all your day-to-day tasks. Its streamlined design lets you stream shows and check out the best of the net, either at home or on the move. There's 8GB of RAM to ensure smooth running across multiple programs, and with a 15.6" Full HD display, catching up with the latest dramas and series will be a total dream. Plus, with 512GB of SSD storage, you can load up photos, videos and documents in no time.
Keep in contact
Thanks to the onboard camera, this device, once connected to Wi-Fi, will let you take part in video chats or virtual meetings, enabling the fun of the office to come to you.


Intel Core i5 processor
With the 11th-generation Intel Core i5 processor in this laptop, you'll easily handle day-to-day tasks like word processing, image editing, and web browsing.


Its 4-core, 8-thread design keeps everything running smoothly, and you'll also be able to enjoy a spot of casual gaming too.


What is RAM?
RAM (Random Access Memory) is different to the permanent storage provided by hard disk drives (HDD), solid-state drives (SSD) or memory cards in your equipment. RAM is used by your device to temporarily store data to carry out everyday operations. The more RAM your machine has, the faster you can expect it to open and run programs.


A solid performer
Featuring 8GB of RAM, this computer has enough power for casual tasks like web browsing and word processing as well as more demanding jobs like complex spreadsheets and image manipulation. You'll be able to run a healthy number of windows at once without any obvious lag or slowdown.


Super-fast loading with lots of storage
The 512GB Solid State Drive (SSD) gives you the capacity to store documents and media, while ensuring speedy and dependable access to your files and programs. It'll boot up in a flash, and there'll be enough space for photos, videos, music, and more.


Intel Iris Xe Graphics
Intel’s Iris Xe graphics processing unit (GPU) will enable you to enjoy a number of classic older games, along with some casual (web-based) gaming. You may be able to run more modern titles with reduced effects and frame rates.


Great entertainment
The Full HD display packs loads of detail into films, videos and games, with a built-in sound system that pumps out crisp and punchy audio.


Connecting your other devices
Connect to TVs or external displays with the HDMI output. Listen to music using a 3.5mm headphone jack. Connect to high-speed peripherals with the USB ports, and send data wirelessly between devices using Bluetooth.
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    Hi can anyone pls let me know If I should get this or hotukdeals.com/dea…011
    I need something reliable for my teen daughter for school work
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    If your scenario is internet browsing with chrome up to 15 tabs of just text and photos or 4 tabs buffering video, and powerpoint, excel and word open then the cheaper Samsung is fine, quality brand and latest Gen of CPU all be it the lowest tier of CPU.

    If you want to run any other software on top of that you should look for an i5 or Ryzen5 CPU.

    It would be worth downgrading to Win 10 as Win 11 will be horrible on both i3 or i5 processors. You will need to disable all feedback, telemetry, search, weather, apps store, and privacy features in Windows 10 and 11 if you want it to run well.

    The screen will be very average on both but if you haven't got Premium Netflix nor using it for gaming then it'll be fine, that said if you are gaming then i7 or Ryzen7, with 16GB RAM, 256GB Storage, and Win 10 is essential.

    Brand decency IMO is Lenovo, then HP/Asus, then Toshiba/Samsung then Dell/Acer.

    I have two Dells from work £5000+ machines completely debloated that have constant heat, fan, disk issues when you have a SSD as main drive, off button issues, battery dying... Truly the most expensive trash there is.

    If you want to have it for 5 or more years minimum spec you want to up budget to ~£600 with at least i7-10xxxx or Ryzen 7000 CPU, 256GB SSD/NVMe, 16GB RAM, 1,920 x 1080 FHD IPS 300-500 nits display, and finally WiFi 6. No matter what laptop you get unless it's a macbook the battery life will be 30 mins after 2 years.

    All that said in this price range, this Asus Vivobook is the best spec for price since and including Black Friday deals.

    Looking at specs on Asus (would need a full model number to be sure) it also supports up to 16GB RAM so you can buy a 8GB DDR4 SO-DIMM 3200MHz stick on amazon for about £20. That will make this pretty bullet proof laptop for internet and word processing. (edited)
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    I am looking for one to play Tropico 6 and similar strategy games (not FIFA, COD etc.). Would this do the job? (edited)
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    Unfortunately it doesn't have data for tropico 6 but intel has a tool you can check it's CPUs against various games to see what to expect.

    gameplay.intel.com/pro…rue

    Handy little resource to have if you want to try some games on a 'lower spec', in gaming terms at least, machine.
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    Looking at specs on Asus website, RAM looks upgradeable

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    Is this confirmed?
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    250NITS maximum / colour gamut 45% lets it down. Otherwise fairly decent spec.
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    Absolute eye bleed territory

    Should be a crime in 2022
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    Can someone please recommend me the best laptop for around £250, only need it to create/download invoices, Download small reports etc,
    Thanks
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    Battery life and screen brightness very poor
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    Bought this in November and it is a good value laptop. The keyboard is slightly spongy compared to a similar 14inch Asus laptop which I bought last Xmas but you soon get used to it.
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    Is it backlit and is there a fingerprint reader on this? The specs on ASUS show across the models rather than specific so I can’t tell.

    Thanks (edited)
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    I got the recent galaxy book 2 pro deal from curry’s. Cashback approved instantly so makes it £459 which is a steal. Would this be a better deal or should I stick with the galaxy ?
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    Can anyone recommend a laptop for light gaming . I.e Minecraft . Roblox Sims .
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    MSI had one on offer of there lower range, it was on here or latest deals, just type MSI laptop into search. There very good lappts and the ram isn't soldered, about £600
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    Hi. It may be the Boxing Day hangover but I can't see what operating system this comes with. Is it Windows? Also, I only really want this to use Sky Go and connect it to a TV. Is the spec over the top for this usage? Cheers.
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    Can you not chromecast from phone to TV?
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    oos
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    These have terrible build quality and are not user repairable.
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    Out of stock
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