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HP 250 G4 Laptop £329 @ Ebuyer
HP 250 G4 Laptop £329 @ Ebuyer

HP 250 G4 Laptop £329 @ Ebuyer

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Bought one of these for my son when he goes to high school (Specs might be overkill but at least it will last him).

£329 Seems like a good deal considering that a laptop with an i5 processor is normally around £400-£500.

What do you guys think?

Processor •Intel Core i5-6200U Dual Core 2.3GHz
•Turbo boost up to 2.8GHz
•3MB Cache
Memory •8GB DDR3L 1600MHz
•Configuration 1 x 8GB
•2 x SODIMM
Hard drive •1TB HDD 5400rpm SATA
Optical Drive •DVD+/-RW SuperMulti DL
Software •Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64bit
Display •39,6 cm (15.6") diagonal HD SVA anti-glare flat LED-backlit
•Resolution: 1366 x 768
Graphics •Intel HD Graphics 520
Audio •DTS Studio Sound™
•Dual speakers
Input Devices •Touchpad
•Full-sized textured black island-style keyboard with numeric keypad
•Touchpad with multi-touch gestures enabled, taps enabled as default, default on for 2-finger scroll and pinch
Networking •Wireless: Realtek RTL8723BE 802.11b/g/n (1x1) WiFi
•Wired: Realtek Ethernet (10/100)
•Bluetooth 4.0
Power Supply •45 W Smart AC adapter
•3-cell, 31 WHr Li-ion battery
Dimensions •Width 38.43 cm
•Depth 25.46 cm
•Height 2.43 cm
•Weight 2.1 kg
Interfaces •1 USB 3.0
•2 USB 2.0
•1 VGA
•1 HDMI
•1 headphone/microphone combo jack
•1 AC power
•1 RJ-45
Expansion •SD Card Reader
Warranty / Misc •1 Year limited Warranty
•VGA Camera

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12 Comments

hot from me - very generous of you towards your lad

perfectly good laptop, not quite in my deal's league but still good value!

this site makes no sense to me. why is this cold? I've just bought the i5 dell deal this morning but looking at the specs wondering if I should have gone for this. only downside I can see is that it's not full HD but it makes up for that with dvd writer and new i5 processor.
Edited by: "tdk2bu" 15th Aug 2016

looks pretty good to me, temped as been after replacing my old first gen i3 ASUS one. I assume this would be quite a bit faster?
Edited by: "philb100" 15th Aug 2016

philb100

looks pretty good to me, temped as been after replacing my old first gen … looks pretty good to me, temped as been after replacing my old first gen i3 ASUS one. I assume this would be quite a bit faster?



​yeah for sure huge upgrade. if you're not bothered about dvd writer and the 5th generation i5 the Dell is worth considering. I ordered that as it has full HD and back-lit keyboard

cpu bench 3934 cpubenchmark.net/cpu…GHz

it's very fast compared to most laptops this price

plus the 8GB memory is good

the 1TB HDD is huge for most student needs

A fantastic deal - another £5 off with TCB

added some details for you OP

tdk2bu

this site makes no sense to me. why is this cold? I've just bought the i5 … this site makes no sense to me. why is this cold? I've just bought the i5 dell deal this morning but looking at the specs wondering if I should have gone for this. only downside I can see is that it's not full HD but it makes up for that with dvd writer and new i5 processor.



Because one can pick up a 17.3" version with the same spec for the same price, with warranty on ebay.

Common Sense

Because one can pick up a 17.3" version with the same spec for the same … Because one can pick up a 17.3" version with the same spec for the same price, with warranty on ebay.



buying on ebay is for mugs

Common Sense

Because one can pick up a 17.3" version with the same spec for the same … Because one can pick up a 17.3" version with the same spec for the same price, with warranty on ebay.

got a link for that?

luvsadealdealdeal

buying on ebay is for mugs



Not at all. It is now seller beware.

spannerzone

got a link for that?



You have to look as listings appear regularly. I purchased a 17.3" version on auction at less than £310 delivered (with a VAT invoice - a deal breaker for me as I can reclaim VAT) and it came with HP warranty. The only issue was I had to chat with Microsoft to reinstall Windows 10. There was also a 30 day returns policy. Ebay is now seller beware.

Can't say I can find a better deal for a similar spec with an i5 8GB RAM and an integrated (albeit not much improved) graphics card, it's a good price. Personally for a laptop I'd go for an i3, saves you some cash, gives better battery life and you won't see any performance drop for standard laptop duties, like internet, film/music playing and office suite software, whilst still being portable. Having 8GB will make Windows a lot more perky, where as 4GB is really pushing it and hard disk space is always useful. What this, or any laptop without spending at least £800, be is a decent games computer, but then cheaper to buy a console for that probably, if they don't already have one.
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