HP 250 G6 Core i7-7500U 8GB 256GB SSD 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Laptop £547.97 - 	Laptops Direct
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HP 250 G6 Core i7-7500U 8GB 256GB SSD 15.6 Inch Windows 10 Laptop £547.97 - Laptops Direct

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Edited by:"Reena7"Found 16th Nov
Has been over £600 at many places in recent weeks. Great spec with 1920 x 1080 screen

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Screen resolution ?

Does anyone know where these laptops are from? I was thinking of buying the Ebuyer one but wanted to get an HP extended warranty. I couldn't work out which warranty I would need to go with the particular laptop (there are loads listed) so called the HP helpline (given to me by ebuyer). The person I spoke to said that all HP laptops for the UK market should have an HP manufacturers code that ends with EA (and from what I've seen also start with a 1). This laptop and the buyer one end with ES (and start with a 2). There was therefore no extended warranty available. Does anyone know anything about this?

I'm tempted by this laptop (or the i5 one at ebuyer for £450) and would consider without the extended warranty but if the laptop is not UK stock I'm worried that even the first year of the HP manufacturers warranty would not be valid if its not UK stock?

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The model number is 2SY44ES#ABU

LaterUK5 h, 5 m ago

cheaper on Ebuyer …cheaper on Ebuyer https://www.ebuyer.com/805723-hp-250-g6-i7-laptop-2sy44es-2sy44es-abu?mkwid=sWA3N2WiH_dc&pcrid=51630194939&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=Cj0KCQiAi7XQBRDnARIsANeLIevutjsTh1vvfYZ5fNRNMu2HwITBKWpZLx6TfUmCTIYuHy9njiPwKa8aArgsEALw_wcB Full 1080p


Yeh, cheaper on ebuyer and they also have the i5 7200 version for £450 here

How much does 6gb+ ram / 250gb+ SSD / 2tb HDD / 1080p laptop cost? Preferably dell but I can settle for HP like this one? Many thanks
Edited by: "iz123456789" 16th Nov

jetbargain6 h, 54 m ago

Does anyone know where these laptops are from? I was thinking of buying …Does anyone know where these laptops are from? I was thinking of buying the Ebuyer one but wanted to get an HP extended warranty. I couldn't work out which warranty I would need to go with the particular laptop (there are loads listed) so called the HP helpline (given to me by ebuyer). The person I spoke to said that all HP laptops for the UK market should have an HP manufacturers code that ends with EA (and from what I've seen also start with a 1). This laptop and the buyer one end with ES (and start with a 2). There was therefore no extended warranty available. Does anyone know anything about this? I'm tempted by this laptop (or the i5 one at ebuyer for £450) and would consider without the extended warranty but if the laptop is not UK stock I'm worried that even the first year of the HP manufacturers warranty would not be valid if its not UK stock?


I bought the i5 for 450 ten days ago from ebuyer.... lovely fast laptop but the new battery only last 2 hours with a hours you tube and 1 hour of browsing... Not sure how that bodes for the future....Says on spec up to 6 hours battery life which i can only surmise is just with screen on or stand by.
Edited by: "ANDYGUY" 16th Nov

ANDYGUY4 h, 6 m ago

I bought the i5 for 450 ten days ago from ebuyer.... lovely fast laptop …I bought the i5 for 450 ten days ago from ebuyer.... lovely fast laptop but the new battery only last 2 hours with a hours you tube and 1 hour of browsing... Not sure how that bodes for the future....Says on spec up to 6 hours battery life which i can only surmise is just with screen on or stand by.


Sometimes it can take a few charges before it holds a full charge.

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ANDYGUY5 h, 5 m ago

I bought the i5 for 450 ten days ago from ebuyer.... lovely fast laptop …I bought the i5 for 450 ten days ago from ebuyer.... lovely fast laptop but the new battery only last 2 hours with a hours you tube and 1 hour of browsing... Not sure how that bodes for the future....Says on spec up to 6 hours battery life which i can only surmise is just with screen on or stand by.


Got through all Windows 10 settings and turn off crap you don't need. Also the screen brightness is pretty much on max by default, knock that down too. Better for your eyes and battery

am I just getting old or are laptops getting very very expensive?

the last time I bought a premium ASUS in 2010 it cost about £800.

now even Dell inspiron's are £700+.

the last laptop I bought was a Dell inspiron i5 and it cost about £425.

my wages have stagnated for the last 10 years due to the banksters and gov screwing the public sector.

cypher00717th Nov

am I just getting old or are laptops getting very very expensive?the last …am I just getting old or are laptops getting very very expensive?the last time I bought a premium ASUS in 2010 it cost about £800.now even Dell inspiron's are £700+.the last laptop I bought was a Dell inspiron i5 and it cost about £425.my wages have stagnated for the last 10 years due to the banksters and gov screwing the public sector.

Brexit mate.

this should ultimately be a good thing for the UK. finally wages should start to pick up as cheap labour thins out.

the way I look at it is if the EU are so worried about the effect on the UK economy you can bet it will be a positive one not negative. they make out like they are trying to do whats best for us when ultimately they do whats best for themselves.

its interesting how they keep insisting on freedom of movement. well if migration was such a good thing for economies surely they would want us to loose freedom of movement? so they can benefit from it?

I'm just fed up of our country chasing the £ to the bottom of the pile.

we used to have for instance a state owned power system. now we have 5 out of the big 6 foreign owned.
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