HP 250 G5 Laptop W4N09EA Intel i3, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, 15.6"  Screen, DVDRW Drive, Windows 10 Pro £399.95 Delivered @ eBuyer
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HP 250 G5 Laptop W4N09EA Intel i3, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, 15.6" Screen, DVDRW Drive, Windows 10 Pro £399.95 Delivered @ eBuyer

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Found 17th Jul 2017
Spotted this mid range HP Laptop and thought it was a decent spec for the price. Even includes a DVDRW drive which is rare these days.

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Fantastic value for a mid-range business computer this HP laptop features an Intel i3 processor and 4GB of RAM. The 15.6" screen provides a resolution of 1366 x 768p and the laptop has Windows 10 Pro 64bit pre-installed to make it ideal for the office or the commute.

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Performance & Portability

The Intel i3 processor delivers the kind of performance demanded by busy executives. The power of the i3 is backed up by 4GB RAM and a 500GB hard drive to confidently handle all the applications you will need during the working day.

Weighing under 2KG this laptop is extremely portable and can be taken on the morning commute or longer journeys with ease.

Storage

A 500GB hard drive provides the internal storage and, should even more capacity be required, an external hard drive can be easily connected to one of the USB ports.

Screen size

The large anti-glare 15.6" screen is ideal for working on and provides sharp and detailed images. The 1366 x 768p display provides vibrant colours and is complemented by HD audio with DTS Studio Sound for when movies take over from work.

Connectivity

This laptop has all the connectivity you would expect from a business computer with three USB ports, including one USB 3.0 interface, enabling all your other devices to be connected. The HDMI slot allows the PC to be connected to a large screen TV for streaming online content.

Technical Specification

Processor

  • Intel® Core™ i3-5005U 2 GHz
  • Intel HD Graphics 5500
  • 3 MB cache
  • 2 cores
Memory

  • 4 GB DDR3L-1600 SDRAM
  • Configuration: 1 x 4 GB
  • 2 SODIMM slots, non customer accessible/upgradeable (models with Intel® Core™ i7-6500U. i5-6200U, i3-5005U processors)
Hard Drive

  • 500 GB 5400 rpm SATA
Optical Drive

  • DVD+/-RW SuperMulti DL
Software

  • Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64
Display

  • 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal HD SVA anti-glare slim LED-backlit
  • Resolution: 1366 x 768
Graphics

  • Intel® HD Graphics 5500
Audio

  • HD audio with DTS Studio Sound™
  • 2 integrated stereo speakers
  • Support HP Noise Cancellation
Input Devices

  • Full-sized textured black island-style keyboard with numeric keypad
Networking

  • Integrated 10/100/1000 GbE
  • Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (1x1) WiFi
  • Bluetooth® 4.2 Combo with Wi-Di
Power Supply

  • ENERGY STAR® certified
  • 45 W Smart AC adapter
  • 3-cell, 31 Wh Li-ion
Dimensions

  • Width 38.43 cm
  • Depth 25.46 cm
  • Height 2.43 cm
  • Weight 1.96 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

  • 1 multi-format digital media reader (supports SD, SDHC, SDXC)
Warranty / Miscellaneous

  • 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • Dark ash silver
  • HP VGA camera
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10 Comments
1366 x 768 screen resolution for £400...
Resolution: 1366 x 768

Possibly acceptable at £200, but not at £400. An external DVD/RW costs maybe £20, and you don't have to lug it around when you don't need it. 500GB HDD is pretty meagre. Windows Pro is an advantage, but probably too many drawbacks for most people here.

But what do I know? It has loads of 5 star reviews on ebuyer, but possibly for different model variants.



Not a good spec for the price. There are better and cheaper hp laptops at Currys, pc world, Argos etc.
Not a hot deal I'm afraid. The CPU is good but everything else is poor. (HDD, memory, screen, Ebuyer, price...).
This would be a better buy with a combination of 8GB memory and 256GB SSD and £70 cheaper.
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Edited by: "Musicrab" 17th Jul 2017
pavel76

1366 x 768 screen resolution for £400...



So what?

I know some people prefer a higher resolution because it shrinks everything down and they can fit more on screen, but 1366x768 is perfectly fine for most people and some will even prefer it.
EndlessWaves

So what?I know some people prefer a higher resolution because it shrinks … So what?I know some people prefer a higher resolution because it shrinks everything down and they can fit more on screen, but 1366x768 is perfectly fine for most people and some will even prefer it.


Perfectly fine for many people but not acceptable for £400...
EndlessWaves

I know some people prefer a higher resolution because it shrinks … I know some people prefer a higher resolution because it shrinks everything down and they can fit more on screen



...

I mean... I don't even have the words.
Awful deal. What a joke
EndlessWaves

So what?I know some people prefer a higher resolution because it shrinks … So what?I know some people prefer a higher resolution because it shrinks everything down and they can fit more on screen, but 1366x768 is perfectly fine for most people and some will even prefer it.



Can I get a show of hands? Who prefers HD to FHD (with the ability to lower the resolution manually if necessary)
parasitemol1 h, 8 m ago

....Who prefers HD to FHD


MacBook Air owners?
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 17th Jul 2017
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