BEST £300 LAPTOP DEAL ON HUKD - HP ProBook 440 G3 - 14" - Core i5 6200U - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD - £516 delivered @ Misco BUT POTENTIALLY £302 with cashback
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BEST £300 LAPTOP DEAL ON HUKD - HP ProBook 440 G3 - 14" - Core i5 6200U - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD - £516 delivered @ Misco BUT POTENTIALLY £302 with cashback

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Found 19th Jul 2016
Here's an industry spec laptop - aluminium case etc and decent memory/ SSD. With a little fun & games you get cashback x2 - £13.50 from TCB or Quidco and £200 from Trade up to HP tradeuptohp.com/gb/…ing

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XP computers no longer count for trade-in for September purchases.

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Product Description: HP ProBook 440 G3 - 14" - Core i5 6200U - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD

Product Type: Notebook

Operating System: Win 10 Pro 64-bit / Win 7 Pro 64-bit downgrade - pre-installed: Win 7 Pro 64-bit

Processor: Intel Core i5 (6th Gen) 6200U / 2.3 GHz ( 2.8 GHz ) / 3 MB Cache

Memory: 8 GB DDR3L

Storage: 256 GB - M.2 SSD

Optical Drive: No optical drive

Display: 14" LED backlight 1920 x 1080 / Full HD

Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 520

Networking: Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11ac , Gigabit Ethernet

Battery: 4-cell

Security: Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Security Chip , fingerprint reader

Dimensions: (WxDxH) 33.92 cm x 24.4 cm x 2.09 cm

Weight 1.68 kg

Localisation English / United Kingdom

tradeuptohp.com/gb/…rms

This laptop (P5T15EA) also included in HP August list

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This laptop back in stock at Technoworld. £600 - £300 tradeup
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Original Poster
https://tradeuptohp.com/gb/en/pages/tradein/qualifying

The model you want is Probook 400 440 G3 - P5T15EA - 01/07/2016 – 31/07/2016

Basically you trade in a qualifying model (they send you free P&P) - but note: this can include ANY AGE Windows XP computers so you can pick one up from your attic/ parents/ carboot sale/ Ebay for £10 etc.

Very reliable payers. In the past I had a refusal (my invoice was imperfect) but I just phoned the HP dudes and they credited me with my cashback there & then, excellent customer service.

tradeuptohp.com/gb/…rms
Edited by: "luvsadealdealdeal" 26th Jul 2016
Original Poster
Those of us with Amex cards or cashback credit cards can pick up another 1000 Avios / cashback out of this purchase (= another £10 off).
For your Trade-in to qualify for the promotion it must be a working, complete and undamaged, (reasonable wear and tear accepted) Laptop (minimum 10” screen size), Tablet (minimum 9” screen size) or Desktop. Your Trade-in must be no more than 6 years old (age limitations are not applicable to genuine Microsoft XP computers) and complete with all accessories including working battery and power supply where applicable.
Cold for retailer. Never honours deals
lucyferror

Cold for retailer. Never honours deals



​Eh? The cashback is honoured by HP not the retailer
I'm not convinced this has a 1080p display as other retailers with same part number say otherwise.
Edited by: "flyingflea" 19th Jul 2016
gooeynote

​Eh? The cashback is honoured by HP not the retailer


Nothing to do with cashback. Read a bit about Misco
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flyingflea

I'm not convinced this has a 1080p display as other retailers with same … I'm not convinced this has a 1080p display as other retailers with same part number say otherwise.



This supplier says 1920 x 1080 / Full HD it-supplier.co.uk/hp-…abu £504 delivered
Original Poster
http://www.lambda-tek.com/HP-P5T15EA-ABU~sh/B3253311&viewSpec=y#product-view

Lambda Tek agrees 1920 x 1080 / Full HD
luvsadealdealdeal

This supplier says 1920 x 1080 / Full HD … This supplier says 1920 x 1080 / Full HD http://it-supplier.co.uk/hp-probook-440-g3-p5t15ea-abu £504 delivered



Ebuyer says 1366 x 768 and is same part number:

ebuyer.com/750…abu
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flyingflea

Ebuyer says 1366 x 768 and is same part … Ebuyer says 1366 x 768 and is same part number:http://www.ebuyer.com/750721-hp-probook-440-g3-laptop-p5t15ea-abu



Looks like Ebuyer got it wrong.

Try, for example http://pcideals.co.uk/hp-probook-440-g3.html


Display

HD type Full HD
Display number of colours 16.78 million colours
Display surface Matt
LED backlight Yes
3D No
Aspect ratio 16:9
Touchscreen No
Display resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
Display diagonal 35.6 cm (14")
flyingflea

Ebuyer says 1366 x 768 and is same part … Ebuyer says 1366 x 768 and is same part number:http://www.ebuyer.com/750721-hp-probook-440-g3-laptop-p5t15ea-abu



And then further down they put

Resolution 1920 x 1080 ( Full HD )

So think they are the ones that you can't rely on info from.

Though as they include postage it's cheaper there at least. Unless cashback needs certain retailers.
Edited by: "Pondlife" 19th Jul 2016
Original Poster
PC World say the same 1920 x 1080 / Full HD
https://www.pcworldbusiness.co.uk/catalogue/item/P239692P

However, there is an old spec data sheet on the PC World site which is presumably why the error occurred
Original Poster
Pondlife

And then further down they putResolution 1920 x 1080 ( Full HD )So think … And then further down they putResolution 1920 x 1080 ( Full HD )So think they are the ones that you can't rely on info from.Though as they include postage it's cheaper there at least. Unless cashback needs certain retailers.



Cashback on this deal is 'all retailers' but you do need an invoice
Pondlife

And then further down they putResolution 1920 x 1080 ( Full HD )So think … And then further down they putResolution 1920 x 1080 ( Full HD )So think they are the ones that you can't rely on info from.Though as they include postage it's cheaper there at least. Unless cashback needs certain retailers.


Oh yeah well spotted. Well that's confusing.

On HP's website it says 1600 x 900 albeit it's the Italian shop but same part number:

store.hp.com/Ita…NTB
flyingflea

On HP's website it says 1600 x 900 albeit it's the Italian shop but same … On HP's website it says 1600 x 900 albeit it's the Italian shop but same part number:http://store.hp.com/ItalyStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=P5T15EA&opt=ABZ&sel=NTB



On their irish one it says full hd

http://www.hpshop.ie/hp-probook-440-g3-P5T15EA__ABU-prod.html

Intel Core i5-6200U, 8GB DDR3L-1600, 256GB M.2 SATA TLC SSD, No ODD, 35.56 cm (14 ") FHD AG 1920 x 1080 LED, Intel HD Graphics 520, WLAN 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0, VGA, HDMI, USB 3.0/2.0, Windows 7 Professional 64 (downgrade via Windows 10 Pro)

Thought this would've gone much hotter That's a helluva spec for £300.
tyke

Thought this would've gone much hotter That's a helluva spec for £300.



Think it's the gambling that you'll get £200 back in a couple of months aspect.
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Pondlife

Think it's the gambling that you'll get £200 back in a couple of months … Think it's the gambling that you'll get £200 back in a couple of months aspect.



I understand the caution - it is £200 after all. The first few times I went for HP cashback, I was similarly concerned.

But it's not a gamble in the sense that getting cashback from TCB or Quidco is always a bit of a gamble.

Provided you get an invoice with your name & address on it & meet the Trade in conditions (which are clearly set out), HP guarantee to give you the appropriate cashback.

You're not relying on a cookie tracking etc.

Read the many HUKD threads on the HP cashback deals last year. Pretty much 100% success rate in all cases.
It says the trade in offer applies to businesses only?
Too many ifs and buts to get caught out on --- cold.
Heat added.
This is cheaper at PC World Business and attracts virtually the same level of cash back from TopCashBack (£13.32). I'd be tempted as I have a really old Desktop Windows XP Machine lying around but £200 is a LOT to risk.
Tempting...:)
Blasphemous

This is cheaper at PC World Business and attracts virtually the same … This is cheaper at PC World Business and attracts virtually the same level of cash back from TopCashBack (£13.32). I'd be tempted as I have a really old Desktop Windows XP Machine lying around but £200 is a LOT to risk.



It's actually slightly more at PC world after adding the £9.99+vat delivery charge. I've just ordered mine from them, I generally avoid PC world but I have more faith in their after sales service than that of Misco so the extra couple of quid seemed worth it, at least I can go in to a store and shout at someone if something goes wrong

Big thanks to luvsadealdealdeal, this really is a great deal and deserves a lot more heat, ex vat and after cashbacks this has cost me about £220. oO

Edited by: "rossington" 21st Jul 2016
rossington

It's actually slightly more at PC world after adding the £9.99+vat … It's actually slightly more at PC world after adding the £9.99+vat delivery charge. I've just ordered mine from them, I generally avoid PC world but I have more faith in their after sales service than that of Misco so the extra couple of quid seemed worth it, at least I can go in to a store and shout at someone if something goes wrong :{Big thanks to luvsadealdealdeal, this really is a great deal and deserves a lot more heat, ex vat and after cashbacks this has cost me about £220. oO:D8)



Weird I'm sure it had free shipping yesterday.
rossington

It's actually slightly more at PC world after adding the £9.99+vat … It's actually slightly more at PC world after adding the £9.99+vat delivery charge. I've just ordered mine from them, I generally avoid PC world but I have more faith in their after sales service than that of Misco so the extra couple of quid seemed worth it, at least I can go in to a store and shout at someone if something goes wrong :{Big thanks to luvsadealdealdeal, this really is a great deal and deserves a lot more heat, ex vat and after cashbacks this has cost me about £220. oO:D8)


You reckon they'd pay out the £200 on my original Windows XP Desktop? Donkeys old but is the original machine that the licenced copy of XP was installed on...
Never had any issues with HP cashback. Took advantage a few years ago to upgrade 4 family laptops. From memory the highest cashback was £150 and each time we part exchanged working XP desktops that were ancient. It was very efficient with prepaid labels provided to send the machines off. Waiting was the main issue as it can literally take nearly two months for the cash to hit your account depending on how quickly they assess your part ex. Would I go for this? Tempted but, one of the ProBooks we got 3 years ago has a failed graphics card and is a bitch to repair so I'm on the lookout for a new one. Two of the Probooks (mine included) had a bloody annoying issue with the built in touch pad. Persevered for over a year and then upgraded to Windows 10 - which solved the issue!
can I trade in my linx 10" tablet for this or does it have to be a laptop?
Original Poster
Blasphemous

This is cheaper at PC World Business and attracts virtually the same … This is cheaper at PC World Business and attracts virtually the same level of cash back from TopCashBack (£13.32). I'd be tempted as I have a really old Desktop Windows XP Machine lying around but £200 is a LOT to risk.



no, Blasphemouys
luvsadealdealdeal

no, Blasphemouys


Such a small word yet could have so many meanings in that sentence... No what?
Original Poster
Blasphemous

Such a small word yet could have so many meanings in that sentence... No … Such a small word yet could have so many meanings in that sentence... No what?



Needs to be over £500 old son, not sure if P&P count
Original Poster
should be ok £507
Thanks for the deal! X)

This needs more heat! The laptop has great specs. I've just ordered mine
Seems like a great time to trade in my Linx 10 that never gets used .. T&C seem to think that's OK. Opinions?
How do you avoid the only available to businesses?
Original Poster
josha123

How do you avoid the only available to businesses?



Simply never an issue.

You either just ignore it or give yourself a sole trading name such as Josh Trading - best to make sure it matches on your invoice & your claim.

All perfectly legal & above board, plenty of people are both employees and sole traders, think of state school teachers doing a bit of paid exam marking or 1 to 1 tuition.

It's enough just to even imagine that sometime in the future you will start a sole trader sideline and want to set yourself up with a computer.
I strongly suspect that cashback will be paid based on the purchase price excluding VAT - eg £421. So you'll get £150 rather than £200 back from HP.
This is a business focused deal so ex VAT is usually assumed.
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