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HP Elitebook 8570W i7 Quad Core 2.6GHz 20GB RAM 500GB Sata HDD 2GB Nvidia Quadro DVD-RW Win 7 Pro Grade A1 Refurbished £606.94 delivered @ Morgans
HP Elitebook 8570W i7 Quad Core 2.6GHz 20GB RAM 500GB Sata HDD 2GB Nvidia Quadro DVD-RW Win 7 Pro Grade A1 Refurbished £606.94 delivered @ Morgans

HP Elitebook 8570W i7 Quad Core 2.6GHz 20GB RAM 500GB Sata HDD 2GB Nvidia Quadro DVD-RW Win 7 Pro Grade A1 Refurbished £606.94 delivered @ Morgans

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I've been looking for a good spec hard wearing workstation laptop but they don't come cheap. Had my eye on this for a while and for £600 it's seems a great deal for the money. Ok it's a 3 year old laptop but still an outstanding machine.

Operating System Windows 7 Professional



Processor Intel i7 -3720QM 2.6GHz Quad Core



Memory 20GB DDR3



Hard Drive 500GB SATA



Webcam Yes



Graphics NVIDIA Quadro K1000M 2GB DDR3



Display 15.6" Diagonal LED Backlit WVA Anti-Glare



WiFi Yes



Optical Drive DVDRW



Audio/Visual High Definition Audio (SRS Premier Sound Pro), Stereo Speakers, Stereo Heapdohes/lin out, stere microphone in, intergrated dual-microphone array



Communications Gigabit Network Connection



Ports & Connections 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0 (1 charging), 1 x eSATA/USB 2.0 combo port, 1 x VGA, 1 x DisplayPort, 1 x Stereo Microphone In, 1 x Stereo Headphone/line Out, 1 x 1394a, 1 x RJ-45, 1 x Docking Connector, 1 x Secondary

Battery Connector, Power Connector



Expansion Slots 1 x ExpressCard/54 Slot, 1 x SD/MMC Slot Supports SD (Secure Digital), SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity), SDXC (Secure Digital Extended Capacity), MMC (MultiMedia Card), MMC+



Input Devices Full sized keyboard + numeric keypad, bottom case drain, touchpad with scroll zone and gesture support, point stick, discrete launch buttoms (web browser, WLAN on/off, mute, calculator)



Dimensions 15.04 x 10.16 x 1.38 inchs (W x D x H)



Weight (Starting at) 6.69lb

7 Comments

These are great laptops. Have the i5 model for work and I'm seriously considering one for my daughter instead of a buying new £300 mark one that comes on HUKD daily..

Will it play freecell?

I'm not convinced that this is a great deal. A Quadro K1000M is quite old and not even as fast as a GTX 950M and the Core I7 is only 3rd generation, even though it is quad core.

Do they replace the HDD on a refurb or just scrub it? If it's just scrubbed then we've no idea how much use it has had. That would make it a bad deal as I wouldn't want to take on a used 3 year old HDD. Even if it has been replaced, I'd say it was marginal.

I don't really know who this will appeal to. It's not a gaming machine with that graphics card and it's over-specced and over-priced for a basic office/internet laptop. It's also quite heavy.

It's not cold for the spec at the price, but I can't quite bring myself to vote hot either.

8570W!! Quite high wattage for a laptop oO

I'll get me coat...

£606 for a refurbished. No thanks.

Saw this in Morgan's email. Not voting either way, but think it's a lot of money for pretty old technology.

To put it in perspective, I purchased a Dell 7559 with 4K touchscreen, i7-6700HQ, 1TB HDD, 128GB SSD and 4GB Nvidia GT960M, illuminated keyboard, Win 10 Pro, with 3 years next business day on-site, certified refurbished (but new) for £619 quite recently.

OK, without a time machine, we can't go back to past deals, but we can sure look out for them in the future.

Ordered, thanks!
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