HP 6735s Si42 laptop instore only @ ASDA £297
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HP 6735s Si42 laptop instore only @ ASDA £297

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Found 14th Dec 2009
Saw this this morning at Hunts Cross store, Liverpool.
ASDA's online price is £325 (now down to £300)
A basic laptop but still seems a good deal.

Full Specification from ASDA's website:
Processor AMD Sempron Processor SI-42 2.1 GHz, 512 KB L2 cache
Operating System Windows Vista Home Basic
Storage Capacity 160GB
RAM (MB) 2GB DDR2
Screen Size (inch) 15.4"
Disc Drive Hard disk drive speed of 5400 rpm; Optical drive: LightScribe DVD+/- RW SuperMulti with Double Layer Fixed
Screen Type TFT
Memory Card Slot 2 SODIMM slots supporting dual channel memory
Wireless Enabled 802.11 b/g Wireless enabled
Built In Devices AMD M780G Chipset; 56K Modem
USB Port 4
Battery Life (hrs) 3 Hours
Weight 2.7Kg
Dimensions (WxDxH in cm) 3.2 (at front) x 35.8 x 26.7cm
Web Cam No
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no Windows 7 upgrade on this one, although it's a good price. ppl don't seem to like amd single core sempron but in my experience it is allright for office work and web browsing.
Link to Asda's website deal (£325)...]here
The picture on website shows a webcam as well (unless its for illustration only ). And the description says that it has built-in bluetooth as well.
vikasbhasin;7219166

The picture on website shows a webcam as well (unless its for … The picture on website shows a webcam as well (unless its for illustration only ). And the description says that it has built-in bluetooth as well.



i have 6735s (not this version though), and it has webcam, bluetooth and memory card reader

i paid £350 for mine from ebuyer about 8months ago, and it has a much much better spec than this one. so this is a very average deal at the very best
Going for a single core processor is a waste of money considering how little extra a dual-core one is.
Deedie;7219982

i have 6735s (not this version though), and it has webcam, bluetooth and … i have 6735s (not this version though), and it has webcam, bluetooth and memory card readeri paid £350 for mine from ebuyer about 8months ago, and it has a much much better spec than this one. so this is a very average deal at the very best




Oh me too. same place as well, same time :thumbsup:
Personally, I'd stay away from HP if you are looking for a reliable laptop. I bought a HP Pavillion Entertainment laptop and its been nothing but a pain in the ****.

- unplugged from the power adaptor and the battery lasts 5-10 mins ... seriously, it's a joke
- write to HP Customer Services, promise to act, nothing happens
- write to HP CEO, promises to ensure someone acts, nothing happens other than Customers Services say they will be back in touch, 5-6 weeks later and still nothing

Do yourself a favour and avoid HP laptops. Why take the chance of paying top dollar for an inferior product? And non-existent customer service?
Scottio;7762054

Personally, I'd stay away from HP if you are looking for a reliable … Personally, I'd stay away from HP if you are looking for a reliable laptop. I bought a HP Pavillion Entertainment laptop and its been nothing but a pain in the ****.- unplugged from the power adaptor and the battery lasts 5-10 mins ... seriously, it's a joke- write to HP Customer Services, promise to act, nothing happens- write to HP CEO, promises to ensure someone acts, nothing happens other than Customers Services say they will be back in touch, 5-6 weeks later and still nothingDo yourself a favour and avoid HP laptops. Why take the chance of paying top dollar for an inferior product? And non-existent customer service?



How old is it? Have you threatened to sue them? Threatened to go to the press? Got a watchdog involved (either from a PC magazine, the TV programme or from a newspaper)? All three of those tend to get results, writing letters tends to get you ignored these days.
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