HP 260 G4 laptop i3 8Gb RAM, 1TB HDD - £249.99 plus free deliv @ Ebuyer
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HP 260 G4 laptop i3 8Gb RAM, 1TB HDD - £249.99 plus free deliv @ Ebuyer

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Found 29th Jul 2016
Purchased this a week ago for £299, was decent price then but they've reduced it even more. Very good laptop aswell

HP 250 G4 Laptop
Intel Core i3-5005U 2GHz
8GB RAM + 1TB HDD
15.6 HD + WIFI
Windows 10 Home 64bit
1 year onsite warranty

12 Comments

I'd include i3, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD' to title to get more heat OP

Fairly decent price but 1366*768 is real low these days considering my phone is 5.7 inch and 2560*1440. I'd also much prefer an ssd at this price as it's the HDD that ultimately makes a device fast or slow not the cpu nowadays

alcurtis93

Fairly decent price but 1366*768 is real low these days considering my … Fairly decent price but 1366*768 is real low these days considering my phone is 5.7 inch and 2560*1440. I'd also much prefer an ssd at this price as it's the HDD that ultimately makes a device fast or slow not the cpu nowadays



​You want 4k screen with SSD laptop for £250? You must be high on something... And I'm a little bit jealous

alcurtis93

Fairly decent price but 1366*768 is real low these days considering my … Fairly decent price but 1366*768 is real low these days considering my phone is 5.7 inch and 2560*1440. I'd also much prefer an ssd at this price as it's the HDD that ultimately makes a device fast or slow not the cpu nowadays



I wish hukd auto deleted every 1366x768 comment X)

Can this be upgraded to ssd?

The title is wrong

liannefairley15

Can this be upgraded to ssd?



yes it can be and here is the link for the service manual:
h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg…884

Thank you Simon

liannefairley15

Thank you Simon



​no problem

spannerzone

I wish hukd auto deleted every 1366x768 comment X)



I do wish they'd goto at least 1080p for laptop screens thesedays with perhaps the execption of the smaller models where it might make things a bit to hard to see.

1366x768 is fine for watching video and it's easier on GPU's if gaming (not that this laptop has one) but for browsing the web and working on most things thesedays it does start to get a bit cramped and it's not like 1080p screens are a massive cost thesedays.

It's on par with 10/100 NIC's and 2.4ghz only 1x1:1 802.11n Wireless cards, done to save a few pence, Honestly I think I'd rather the laptop cost all of a fiver more and had bettter spec in these areas.

dragon2611

I do wish they'd goto at least 1080p for laptop screens thesedays with … I do wish they'd goto at least 1080p for laptop screens thesedays with perhaps the execption of the smaller models where it might make things a bit to hard to see.1366x768 is fine for watching video and it's easier on GPU's if gaming (not that this laptop has one) but for browsing the web and working on most things thesedays it does start to get a bit cramped and it's not like 1080p screens are a massive cost thesedays.It's on par with 10/100 NIC's and 2.4ghz only 1x1:1 802.11n Wireless cards, done to save a few pence, Honestly I think I'd rather the laptop cost all of a fiver more and had bettter spec in these areas.


I agree that using a 1920x1080 is much preferable, trouble is it's all about producing the cheapest product and every £5 saved makes a difference when you're making 100,000 laptops or more...... I suspect some factory is churning millions out 1366x768 for a few pounds and that's why they're so prevalent, one day the factory will churn out millions of 1920.x1080 screens and they're be more prevalent. But they've got to make hay on those older panel designs while they still can.
It's a shame that many of these panels seem to give very poor lacklustre results, at least the dozen or so I've come across in last couple years.
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