HP *250* 15.6  i5-7200 8gb  256gb SSD Laptop £459.97 free delivery (or £5 for next day)  - Laptops Direct
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HP *250* 15.6 i5-7200 8gb 256gb SSD Laptop £459.97 free delivery (or £5 for next day) - Laptops Direct

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Found 13th FebEdited by:"wantsomepls"
I was looking for a new laptop with the above specs and couldn't get close. For this price I was just finding 4gb or 128gb SSD. So this looked like a very decent package at the price. I bought one and thought I'd share in case it's handy for anyone else in same position. I've bought from vendor before and never had a problem (one laptop repaired quickly and effectively under warranty) Feel free to tell me if I'm wrong and there are better deals to be had.
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Still £10 cheaper at ebuyer..
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Is it better than the 250?
Link goes to HP250 not 320 - ???
Edited by: "45ure" 13th Feb
Apologies my mistake, it is the HP250 G6. I think I looked at so many laptops I managed to confuse myself. Does that make asignificant difference do you think for a basic everyday laptop?
Still £10 cheaper at ebuyer..
Full hd for this price is great and good specs as well. Seems like laptops are getting cheaper. It was hard to find full hd one under £500 not that long ago.
Flipping US keyboards! Or some hybrid amalgamation anyway. I just want the backslash in the bottom left, is that too much to ask!?
Magoo_2226 h, 40 m ago

Flipping US keyboards! Or some hybrid amalgamation anyway. I just want the …Flipping US keyboards! Or some hybrid amalgamation anyway. I just want the backslash in the bottom left, is that too much to ask!?


Couldn't agree more. Why HP decided to do that with that key is beyond me. I'm using an old g6 still for dev work, with the key in the "correct" place for a UK keyboard, and I'd really like to go for a more modern HP to replace it (mainly because the Linux compatibility is pretty good, and they're cheap) but I'm having to look elsewhere. Holding out for a Dell XPS refurb deal but £££ ...
agitatedclimax35 m ago

Couldn't agree more. Why HP decided to do that with that key is beyond me. …Couldn't agree more. Why HP decided to do that with that key is beyond me. I'm using an old g6 still for dev work, with the key in the "correct" place for a UK keyboard, and I'd really like to go for a more modern HP to replace it (mainly because the Linux compatibility is pretty good, and they're cheap) but I'm having to look elsewhere. Holding out for a Dell XPS refurb deal but £££ ...


Lenovo look to have the correct keyboard, but I can't find much about their Linux support. Looked at getting the 320s from Currys, but couldn't find out what WiFi card it had.
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