eBuyer HP 280 G2 i5 SFF Desktop Y5P85EA *i56500 3.2ghz* £369.98, after trade in £269.98
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eBuyer HP 280 G2 i5 SFF Desktop Y5P85EA *i56500 3.2ghz* £369.98, after trade in £269.98

£369.98Ebuyer Deals
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Found 25th May 2017
LINK ebuyer.com/757…abu

369.98, after trade in 269.98, if you are a business customer than its 224.97 plus vat .

full specs below, but heres the basics..
i5 6500 @ 3.2ghz
4gb ram easily upgradeable
500gb hd worth adding a ssd
WINDOWS 10 PRO INCLUDED

HP 280 G2 i5 SFF Desktop Y5P85EA Product Description

Small size big value

Think you don't have room for a desktop PC? Think again.

This small form factor HP PC is ideal for home or office and boasts a fast Intel i5 processor and plenty of on-board storage for the multimedia enthusiast.

Buy now and take advantage of our low price and free delivery option (terms and conditions apply).



Performance

This PC delivers a powerful performance right out of the box. The Intel i5 processor is supported by 4GB of RAM, expandable to 32GB, to ensure fast operation even when using multiple applications.



Storage

The 500GB 7200rpm SATA hard drive provides fast and reliable storage with a large enough capacity to suit most users.



Connectivity

As you would expect from HP this PC has multiple ports and interfaces, more than enough to connect all your devices.

Ports include six USB 2.0 on the rear of the case as well as two additional super-fast USB 3.0 interfaces on the front. The keyboard and mouse supplied with the PC can be connected via USB.

Other connections include an HDMI, microphone / headphone combination, VGA and RJ-45 as well as audio lines in and out.



Windows 10

You already know Windows 10 is the best operating system this PC is supplied with Windows 10 Pro 64bit pre-installed providing you with all the incredible functionality you have come to expect.

With fast boot up times, built in security, and packed with features, including Cortana, Windows 10 offers the ultimate computing experience.





Processor

Intel® Core™ i5-6500 3.2 GHz
Intel HD Graphics 530
Up to 3.6 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost
6 MB cache
4 cores
Memory

4 GB DDR4-2133 SDRAM
Configuration: 1 x 4 GB
2 DIMM
Hard Drive

500 GB 7200 rpm SATA
Optical Drive

Slim SATA SuperMulti DVD writer
Software

Operating system: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
Display

Not Included
Graphics

Intel HD Graphics 530
Audio

HD audio with Realtek ALC3252 codec,
combo microphone/headphone jack
3.5 mm line-out and line-in ports
Input Devices

HP USB Keyboard
HP USB Mouse
Networking

Integrated Realtek RTL8111HSH-CG GbE
Power Supply

180 W, up to 85% efficient, active PFC
Dimensions

Width 270 mm
Depth 290 mm
Height 100 mm
Weight 3.66 kg
Interfaces

Front:
2 USB 3.0
1 microphone/headphone combo
Back:
6 USB 2.0
1 audio line in
1 audio line out
1 HDMI
1 VGA
1 RJ-45
Expansion

1 PCIe x1
1 PCIe x16
Warranty

1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Community Updates
15 Comments
fantastic price for the spec
typical hukd, as its not an i-phone it gets voted cold!

can anyone show anything close tho this price-wise?!
Getting to the ram slot is an absolute ballache on these so 'easily upgradeable' is stretching it but otherwise they're great little machines. We've upgraded 15 or so dual core's to these when the cashback was £125. Definitely worth it.

Assuming people are voting cold because you could buy the parts cheaper but without understanding how businesses work.
Edited by: "xp_version1" 25th May 2017
Will this be okay to run Photoshop?
cholent

fantastic price for the spectypical hukd, as its not an i-phone it gets … fantastic price for the spectypical hukd, as its not an i-phone it gets voted cold!can anyone show anything close tho this price-wise?!


No but someone will no doubt show you they can build it for much less, conveniently leaving out the motherboard, Windows 10 and such and then go to extreme lengths to prove their point until you point out you can't buy an i5, motherboard, case, psu, memory for less.... then someone else will tell you to get a refurb for £99... usuall old codswallop.

anyway, heat from me
Edited by: "spannerzone" 25th May 2017
paulsmithlove

Will this be okay to run Photoshop?


Yes it'll run it, if you edit high resolution images and mess about with effects and such like you might want to add some more memory, maybe another 4GB of ram would help.....
Edited by: "spannerzone" 25th May 2017
Hi
Can anyone please advise the trade in option and how to do it.

Additionally I read in the past that eBuyer is not best place to buy due to they return policy. Is anything change since then?

Thanks for your help
£100 trade-in is for businesses only. Nevertheless, a good price.
It's a good price even without the trade-in offer, the closest I could spec out for a self-build comes in around the same price before even adding in an operating system or cheapo peripherals. Granted that includes a 7th gen i5 rather than 6th gen and a better power supply, but for the people buying this sort of pc I think the savings and convenience of this pre-built system are going to be more important.

Heat from me.
Edited by: "ElGofre" 26th May 2017
Milovan

£100 trade-in is for businesses only. Nevertheless, a good price.


Applies to one man business such as a self employed person. They don't seem to be fussy about that as many on here have done trade in cashback successfully. The important bit is to make sure you include all items (battery, power pack, power lead etc) as they might try reduce payment. Also take a picture of what you're trading in for proof.
bartang

HiCan anyone please advise the trade in option and how to do it. … HiCan anyone please advise the trade in option and how to do it. Additionally I read in the past that eBuyer is not best place to buy due to they return policy. Is anything change since then?Thanks for your help


There's info on the link given on the ebuyer page.

https://hp.tradeuptohp.com/gb/en/pages/tradein/terms
this is the important bit to read, especially section 13:
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 7 years old and complete with all accessories including working battery and power supply where applicable.
spannerzone

Applies to one man business such as a self employed person. They don't … Applies to one man business such as a self employed person. They don't seem to be fussy about that as many on here have done trade in cashback successfully. The important bit is to make sure you include all items (battery, power pack, power lead etc) as they might try reduce payment. Also take a picture of what you're trading in for proof.



Does that include Mouse and Keyboard for Desktop? Excellent deal for self employed as it is a Business expense
Milovan

£100 trade-in is for businesses only. Nevertheless, a good price.

spannerzone

Applies to one man business such as a self employed person. They don't … Applies to one man business such as a self employed person. They don't seem to be fussy about that as many on here have done trade in cashback successfully. The important bit is to make sure you include all items (battery, power pack, power lead etc) as they might try reduce payment. Also take a picture of what you're trading in for proof.


osiris

Does that include Mouse and Keyboard for Desktop? Excellent deal for self … Does that include Mouse and Keyboard for Desktop? Excellent deal for self employed as it is a Business expense

I don't think it requires keyboard mouse (or a monitor) but they may reject a home built desktop but they don't actually go into any great details. I don't even know how they check the age as computers can be sold over a period of several years. I guess if it's got Win7 or newer then they'll accept it.

Laptops need a battery and powersupply and 7 years old or newer (again, not sure how they really can check this accurately, I guess they don't)

Main thing is that it boots up and works (loads Windows), is complete and without business etched 'property of xxxxx/ asset no:' things scratched into the case.

Edited by: "spannerzone" 27th May 2017
Milovan

£100 trade-in is for businesses only. Nevertheless, a good price.

spannerzone

Applies to one man business such as a self employed person. They don't … Applies to one man business such as a self employed person. They don't seem to be fussy about that as many on here have done trade in cashback successfully. The important bit is to make sure you include all items (battery, power pack, power lead etc) as they might try reduce payment. Also take a picture of what you're trading in for proof.

osiris

Does that include Mouse and Keyboard for Desktop? Excellent deal for … Does that include Mouse and Keyboard for Desktop? Excellent deal for self employed as it is a Business expense


They can check the age by the Serial Number with HP devices and probably Dell as well
osiris

They can check the age by the Serial Number with HP devices and probably … They can check the age by the Serial Number with HP devices and probably Dell as well


ah yes, I guess they can. In previous trade in offers most people comment that it's fairly straight forward but have occasionally got told the PSU was missing for the laptop or such like. Mostly they get the full trade in though. Some people look out for cheap working 10" tablets on ebay and use them for trade in.
Price now increased to £399.96.
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