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FIVETECH 3X 13.3" Light Weight Laptop Intel Pentium N4200, 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC, Full HD IPS panel refurbished £110.49 @ Laptop outlet eBay
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FIVETECH 3X 13.3" Light Weight Laptop Intel Pentium N4200, 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC, Full HD IPS panel refurbished £110.49 @ Laptop outlet eBay

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Posted 23rd Dec 2019

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I have purchased this and for the money it's a great media laptop with sleek design, decent battery life, IPS panel and you can extend storage with an M.2 SSD ( full size from what I can see on my unit 2280 ->> SSDs are very cheap now.

Title on ebay site says 64GB SSD but I think it's an eMMC storage, not as fast as a SSD.

The N4200 is a 4 cores 4 threads CPU.

1 year warranty

4 in stock

also one with 32GB eMMC:

ebay.co.uk/itm…L6f

for £93.50

Check their grade description

Here's a link to an overpriced unit from Currys:

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

FIVETECH Book 3X 13.3" Light Weight Laptop Intel Pentium N4200, 4GB RAM 64GB eMMC
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I picked this up for £103 in the last ebay voucher deal. Arrived quickly, condition was brand new as far as I could tell. Feels well built and looks expensive in all metal. Keyboard feels nice to use but, it feels off center because the track pad is large and space bar is not central to the pad. Might just be me or not used enough to get used to. Done updates but not added anything, says 28.2gb free of 56.9gb. (64gb version) Screen is nice. Some brighter patches around the edges but ok. Performance ok for the money and use, that is basic web surfing at the mo. Would like to be able to compare to the N5000 but paid me money, made my choice. Overall feels nippy but some online actions seem quite slow to complete. Dont know if its the processor or not. Sound not very loud, just about acceptable. Battery seems good too. For £100 notes I think its a good buy overall.
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I'd be skeptical how much you're actually going to be able to do with that Pentium N4200 - anyone comment on the performance?
Apparently the ones with N5000 were 78 quid or so - before Xmas craze. I'll hold me horses for a few weeks.
I note it says Pentium CPU in the title

But further down it says "Features:Intel Celeron N4200 1.1 GHz / 2.5 GHz Turbo Process"

However I am not sure there IS a Celeron N4200.

Be sure to check what CPU it is before buying.
M0nk3h23/12/2019 14:11

I'd be skeptical how much you're actually going to be able to do with that …I'd be skeptical how much you're actually going to be able to do with that Pentium N4200 - anyone comment on the performance?


This laptop is not suitable for running Windows.

Chromebooks running ChromeOS are perfectly usable with this setup. Installing a light Linux distro will make this very useable
spudbynight23/12/2019 14:21

This laptop is not suitable for running Windows. Chromebooks running …This laptop is not suitable for running Windows. Chromebooks running ChromeOS are perfectly usable with this setup. Installing a light Linux distro will make this very useable


Dafuq you on about? This will 'run' windows fine. No, you won't be running several VMs and encode a 4k video all whilst live streaming and playing Project Cars 2, but for browsing, watching netflix, replying to emails it will do the job at least half as well as a £2000 Surface book.
MrKrabs23/12/2019 14:28

Dafuq you on about? This will 'run' windows fine. No, you won't be running …Dafuq you on about? This will 'run' windows fine. No, you won't be running several VMs and encode a 4k video all whilst live streaming and playing Project Cars 2, but for browsing, watching netflix, replying to emails it will do the job at least half as well as a £2000 Surface book.


No it won't.

Windows 10, on a N4200 turns into a laggy mess even if the user does nothing more than use a browser.

Put a six month old one of these beside and six month old "£2000 Surface Book" with nothing other than a browser installed and the difference in user experience will be clear to even a casual observer.
spudbynight23/12/2019 14:32

No it won't.Windows 10, on a N4200 turns into a laggy mess even if the …No it won't.Windows 10, on a N4200 turns into a laggy mess even if the user does nothing more than use a browser. Put a six month old one of these beside and six month old "£2000 Surface Book" with nothing other than a browser installed and the difference in user experience will be clear to even a casual observer.


It runs Windows 10 just fine, this is £110 after all, want something with more power, add extra £100-300 , get Ryzen 3 or 5 but even that check if you get one with Full HD and IPS panel.
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r4do23/12/2019 15:24

It runs Windows 10 just fine, this is £110 after all, want something with …It runs Windows 10 just fine, this is £110 after all, want something with more power, add extra £100-300 , get Ryzen 3 or 5 but even that check if you get one with Full HD and IPS panel.


Well I was commenting on previous deal for the Coda Spirit,just pointing out that adding SSD made these very usable with the FHD IPS screen, to be told that you could buy from ITZOO,a 2nd hand Lenovo ThinkPad for £140, which had more whistles and bells and was a much better buy,as and when they had stock.
So you pays your money and takes your choice 😄
kremix23/12/2019 14:12

Apparently the ones with N5000 were 78 quid or so - before Xmas craze. …Apparently the ones with N5000 were 78 quid or so - before Xmas craze. I'll hold me horses for a few weeks.


Think that might have been a glitch with codes stacking at Stockmustgo, which I think got pulled quickly

Well I was commenting on previous deal for the Coda Spirit,just pointing out that adding SSD made these very usable with the FHD IPS screen, to be told that you could buy from ITZOO,a 2nd hand Lenovo ThinkPad for £140, which had more whistles and bells and was a much better buy,as and when they had stock.
So you pays your money and takes your choice 😄
Hot deserved, I would have bought it if not already bought the LYNX 12x64 for £99 6 months ago. I might pass the link to a friend
I picked this up for £103 in the last ebay voucher deal. Arrived quickly, condition was brand new as far as I could tell. Feels well built and looks expensive in all metal. Keyboard feels nice to use but, it feels off center because the track pad is large and space bar is not central to the pad. Might just be me or not used enough to get used to. Done updates but not added anything, says 28.2gb free of 56.9gb. (64gb version) Screen is nice. Some brighter patches around the edges but ok. Performance ok for the money and use, that is basic web surfing at the mo. Would like to be able to compare to the N5000 but paid me money, made my choice. Overall feels nippy but some online actions seem quite slow to complete. Dont know if its the processor or not. Sound not very loud, just about acceptable. Battery seems good too. For £100 notes I think its a good buy overall.
I bought the 32gb and put a 240GB M.2 SSD SATA in it. Don't try anything exciting on it and it's a lovely little machine. Still running Windows 10 on it and no reason to change. O365 (web) runs well and I'm a remote Linux Admin and I spend most of my time in puTTY, so it's perfect
Edited by: "DerBroader71" 23rd Dec 2019
does it take full size m.2 SSD?
cjhilton4923/12/2019 17:16

Think that might have been a glitch with codes stacking at Stockmustgo, …Think that might have been a glitch with codes stacking at Stockmustgo, which I think got pulled quicklyWell I was commenting on previous deal for the Coda Spirit,just pointing out that adding SSD made these very usable with the FHD IPS screen, to be told that you could buy from ITZOO,a 2nd hand Lenovo ThinkPad for £140, which had more whistles and bells and was a much better buy,as and when they had stock.So you pays your money and takes your choice 😄


Sounds like me who said that, but yes it depends what you want - I think if you’re buying this and planning to tinker and upgrade then you should consider ex-lease as you’ll have far more flexibility there. If you just want a cheap laptop to carry around that looks pretty smart, the 64GB version of this looks alright for the money. In the £100 price range you can find Lenovo X240/50 and sometimes X260, also the Dell E7240 which are solid ultrabooks with Core i5 4th gen chips, proper SSDs but usually only HD displays - they make it a tough call to choose this machine.

spudbynight23/12/2019 14:32

No it won't.Windows 10, on a N4200 turns into a laggy mess even if the …No it won't.Windows 10, on a N4200 turns into a laggy mess even if the user does nothing more than use a browser. Put a six month old one of these beside and six month old "£2000 Surface Book" with nothing other than a browser installed and the difference in user experience will be clear to even a casual observer.



This is utter rubbish. The chip is fine if you don’t tax it too much, I have a Lenovo 100s which is 2GB and Bay Trail and it’s perfectly usable even with Chrome and tabs open, it’s not the best Windows experience but having a proper keyboard and Office beats pecking away on a phone touchscreen and the battery lasts ages.
Edited by: "plewis00" 23rd Dec 2019
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