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Coda Zest Laptop 10.1" 32GB 2-in-1 , Intel Celeron N3350 1.1GHz, 2GB LPDDR4 @ eBay ebuyer_uk_ltd
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Coda Zest Laptop 10.1" 32GB 2-in-1 , Intel Celeron N3350 1.1GHz, 2GB LPDDR4 @ eBay ebuyer_uk_ltd

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Posted 20th Feb

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2gb no no. Go for something with at least 4gb, you will thank me later
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 20th Feb
MrCharlie20/02/2020 12:32

2gb no no. Go for something with at least 4gb, you will thank me later



Like this? OK, apples and oranges I know. It's a refurb too but still more bang for your buck, no?

Sorry, link won't post but an ebay search for this title should find it :-

REFURBISHED 11.6" DELL CHROMEBOOK WITH CHROME OS WEBCAM HDMI NOTEBOOK
Edited by: "ozodimal" 20th Feb
5% off using offer
Can the ram be upgraded?
sicklysweet20/02/2020 12:53

For sub £100 I’d go with this ht …For sub £100 I’d go with this https://itzoo.co.uk/collections/bargains/products/bargain-lenovo-x230-laptop-i5-3320m-2-6ghz-320gb-8gb-windows-10


That's exactly what I bought for a relative & swapped the HDD for a SSD (which I already had), runs great for the price. Put the original 320Gb in an external USB HDD case (which I also had), which she uses as an external drive & also bought an external DVD-rw drive for under £8. She couldn't be happier.
Edited by: "Crossbow" 20th Feb
ozodimal20/02/2020 12:36

Like this? OK, apples and oranges I know. It's a refurb too but still more …Like this? OK, apples and oranges I know. It's a refurb too but still more bang for your buck, no?Sorry, link won't post but an ebay search for this title should find it :-REFURBISHED 11.6" DELL CHROMEBOOK WITH CHROME OS WEBCAM HDMI NOTEBOOK


Prob better off with the itzoo linked item the other person posted, obviously check if you can handle the items grade. Unless you just want chrome is, the itzoo item is much better spec.

There was another coda deal with 4gb but you need to search for it on here.
Crossbow20/02/2020 13:11

That's exactly what I bought for a relative & swapped the HDD for a SSD …That's exactly what I bought for a relative & swapped the HDD for a SSD (which I already had), runs great for the price. Put the original 320Gb in an external USB HDD case (which I also had), which she uses as an external drive & also bought an external DVD-rw drive for under £8. She couldn't be happier.


What grade was it ? How is the condition of the screen etc?
simonvf40020/02/2020 13:26

What grade was it ? How is the condition of the screen etc?


Had signs of use, but it was very good indeed - maybe a B+. But I bought it on eBay from a private seller & around 1½ years ago (for £95). Also, had Office 2016, which was a bonus..

@simonvf400
EDIT:: The original link to it actually works after all this time: ebay.co.uk/itm…465 - my bad, it was £100 & 4Gb RAM, which I upgraded to 8Gb with another 4Gb module (cost +£5).
Edited by: "Crossbow" 20th Feb
Will this actually work with Win 10? I see comments often about i3 4gb ram suggesting it is a pain to use with Win10, which I completely disagree, my old laptop has these specs and works great, however have an AIO 4gb ram Intel Celeron and can't handle Win 10 at all, I'm thinking to go back to Win7 otherwise I can't even sell it.
Nothing wrong with laptops. The problem is with windows 10 as it does not like upgrading with 32gb. Better off with 64gb and 4gb ram. Looks like ops is soldered on so cannot up grade hard drive easily.

At present you are better turning off windows updates as they are more likely to break your machine!
Re.Sicklysweet Itzoo, they are well worth keeping an eye on as their stock changes.
But the link one is"Small Crack In Lid Plastics, Pressure Marks To The Screen"!
sheffield78820/02/2020 14:51

Will this actually work with Win 10? I see comments often about i3 4gb ram …Will this actually work with Win 10? I see comments often about i3 4gb ram suggesting it is a pain to use with Win10, which I completely disagree, my old laptop has these specs and works great, however have an AIO 4gb ram Intel Celeron and can't handle Win 10 at all, I'm thinking to go back to Win7 otherwise I can't even sell it.


Often it's spinny disks which cause Windows 10 to crawl. I have used an atom based tablet with 1GB and it was ok!
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