HP i7 256GB SSD 8GB RAM Win10 Home £529.98 delivered at EBuyer.com
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HP i7 256GB SSD 8GB RAM Win10 Home £529.98 delivered at EBuyer.com

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Found 24th Feb
I was looking for some new laptops for work, often use EBuyer and thought this was a good price for the spec.
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That is a good price and spec. Just a shame no dedicated gpu. But cant complain at this price.
Edited by: "master10" 24th Feb
Not sure how your licensing works in your office environment but if you will need to upgrade to pro or anything along those lines and those costs for your situation still need to come into play then potentially check out pc specialist.

They have great support and you can custom spec a machine and also get it without a license if that would help.

pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/ultraNoteIV-14/

On a separate note not sure how your laptops are handled but from what I learnt consumer grade hardware is not cutout for a corporate environment sometimes and the machines aren’t as durable as business grade, also lack docking ports etc. And they also have a shorter production life so if you plan to try keep the same models in use for a period of time to help keep things uniform and support down to the minimum by not having several didn’t types of hardware that will require different drivers etc. It sometimes pays to spend a little extra upfront.

But either way this is a decent spec for the price.
Edited by: "burntoast" 24th Feb
I’d prefer the ProBook range for work. Any good deals
I bought the i5 version for my daughter for Christmas and it's plenty fast enough for doing homework and playing Sims 4
Got the i5 version of this and it's pretty good. It's a decent weight and thinness and feels solid enough. The keyboard actually feels really nice to type on, like better than most imo. Good trackpad etc. Battery life isn't anything special unfortunately but I guess its about average so it's not so much something it does bad at.

Super speedy though due to the SSD. Like from completely off it will be booted up fully in 10 seconds, or if its just on sleep mode then it'll wake up fully instantly when you open the lid. No waiting around.

I think the i5 version is £450(was at christmas, maybe cheaper now), still has the same SSD and memory and stuff, so if you don't need the extra CPU power(you probably dont) then you can get this for £450.
Bought one for son. he loves it.
Nice for the price, but gettin a i5 from the 8th gen would be a better option
worth for money. thanks.
HP 250 is the budget end and consumer level. Pretty shoddy plastics and build quality but good internal spec, though this looks to be part of the clear out by retailers of 7th gen CPU hsrdware.
Ben_W17 h, 30 m ago

Got the i5 version of this and it's pretty good. It's a decent weight and …Got the i5 version of this and it's pretty good. It's a decent weight and thinness and feels solid enough. The keyboard actually feels really nice to type on, like better than most imo. Good trackpad etc. Battery life isn't anything special unfortunately but I guess its about average so it's not so much something it does bad at.Super speedy though due to the SSD. Like from completely off it will be booted up fully in 10 seconds, or if its just on sleep mode then it'll wake up fully instantly when you open the lid. No waiting around.I think the i5 version is £450(was at christmas, maybe cheaper now), still has the same SSD and memory and stuff, so if you don't need the extra CPU power(you probably dont) then you can get this for £450.


Do you have a link for that laptop please?
Stitch1233 m ago

Im not the poster but it’s probably this one h …Im not the poster but it’s probably this one https://www.ebuyer.com/805720-hp-250-g6-i5-laptop-2sy46es-2sy46es-abu


Awesome, thanks a lot for that
In, before someone says 'HP build quality is sub par'. Zzzzzzzz.
I bought this from Box when it was the same price. It's very fast, impressive specs, value for money, etc. However the plastic casting seems extremely cheap and 'brittle' - much more so than my £100 Lenovo chromebook. That's not so much of a problem for me as I'm leaving it permanently sitting on the desk to use as a workhorse, however I'd be wary about transporting it around continuously. Also the screen does have a bit of a 'grainy/sparkly' effect. You get what you pay for.....
it's always the same.. u get what u pay for, maybe things are improving with HP these days, but in the paat had a few laptops and none lasted longer than two years or so, spent 799 on asus like 5 years ago, still goin strong obviously not as good as the latest 8th gens, but the quality is awesome ,
Great laptops, keyboard are meh on them though and they can be sturdy at times, I got one from uni and never have regretted it, I got the 8gb i5 model tho for 350 flash sale.... amazing bargain never seen again
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