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HP 14 14-dk0011na Laptop, AMD Ryzen 5 Processor, 8GB, 256GB SSD, 14" Full HD, Natural Silver - £499.95 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners
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HP 14 14-dk0011na Laptop, AMD Ryzen 5 Processor, 8GB, 256GB SSD, 14" Full HD, Natural Silver - £499.95 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 28th May

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3 year guarantee included


Designed with an AMD Ryzen 5 processor, 8GB RAM, a 14” Full HD display and a 256GB Solid State Drive, the HP 14-dk0011na laptop provides portability, along with stylish looks. You’ll be able to complete work assignments, stream shows and check out your favourite web pages.

AMD Ryzen 5
With an AMD Ryzen 5 processor, you'll easily handle day-to-day tasks like word processing, image editing, web browsing and some casual gaming.

What is RAM?
RAM (Random Access Memory) is different to the permanent storage provided by hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) or memory cards in your equipment. RAM is used by your device to temporarily store data to carry out everyday operations. The more RAM your machine has, the faster you can expect it to open and run programs.

A solid performer
Featuring 8GB of RAM, this computer has enough power for casual tasks like web browsing and word processing as well as more demanding jobs like complex spread sheets and image manipulation. You'll be able to run a healthy number of windows at once without any obvious lag or slowdown.

Solid State Drive
Solid State Drives (SSD) give you the capacity to store your documents and media, while ensuring quicker and reliable access to your files and programs. SSDs are far faster than regular hard drives and ingeniously, they don't use moving parts to work, which makes them far more dependable and also quieter.

Radeon Vega 8 graphics
AMD's Radeon Vega 8 graphics processing unit (GPU) will enable you to enjoy a number of classic older games, along with some casual (web-based) gaming. You may be able to run more modern titles with reduced effects and frame rates.

Great entertainment
Thanks to its 14”, Full HD screen, viewing your high resolution photos, films and videos will be a pleasure. It has been designed to convey immersive images and it makes for a great casual gaming and multimedia experience.

Connecting your other devices
The USB ports allow for fast data transfer, while the HDMI port enables the option for large screen presentations. The SD card slot offers a convenient way to upload your photos and videos. Additionally, Bluetooth can help to send data wirelessly between devices.

Screen beam
Miracast technology enables you to project your device’s screen onto your Miracast enabled television.

To enable Miracast functionality, press the Windows button + P (at the same time) on your keyboard and then click on ‘Connect to a wireless display’.

This is a great way to view pictures or websites on a larger screen, however please note: your videos might stutter or suffer with lag.
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cpu looks good 4 cores 8 threads and 8GB ram should be a fine laptop for multi tasking. Heat added.
3 year guarantee too, not bad!
Isn't this just the standard price? Thought it seen this over the last few weeks. Typically good guarantee though.
Guarantee is up from 2 years to 3 I believe
This or magicbook?
Could you play Sims 4 on this?
any good for football manager? thanks
Definitely the normal price unfortunately as I've looked at this laptop several times over the last few weeks.
also you can get a Lenovo with similar specs for £479 also on John Lewis the HP claims to have a full HD webcam otherwise same processor, connections, ram and also 14" IPS screen, albeit both laptops could be had cheaper elsewhere:
johnlewis.com/len…655
Edited by: "BeSafeBuyAGeigerCounter" 28th May
Is the magic book better then ?pls
IceIceLady28/05/2020 11:07

This or magicbook?


They've got the same internals (8gb ram, 3500u, 256gb ssd) and similar screens (14" 1080p IPS) and similar weight (1.47kg on the HP vs 1.38kg).

So really it just comes down to which one looks nicer.
Edited by: "Uns" 28th May
Battery life is similar on both, though the HP does have an Ethernet port (RJ45 connector) if that is important to you. Also the MagicBook seems to be £549 everywhere at the moment so £50 more expensive than the HP.
Question about ports... this HP has the following:

1x HDMI; 1x headphone/microphone combo; 1x RJ-45; 1x USB 3.1 Type-C (Data transfer only, 5 Gb/s signaling rate); 1x AC smart pin; 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A (Data Transfer Only)

For the USB 3.1 Type-C in bold above, can I assume that a multiport USB-C hub can be plugged into this which allows for 4K HDMI, extra USB ports, etc. etc.?

And, if so, is it possible to have dual monitors plugged into this? One into the HDMI port on the hub and one into the HDMI port on the laptop itself?
Marker28/05/2020 15:00

Question about ports... this HP has the following:1x HDMI; 1x …Question about ports... this HP has the following:1x HDMI; 1x headphone/microphone combo; 1x RJ-45; 1x USB 3.1 Type-C (Data transfer only, 5 Gb/s signaling rate); 1x AC smart pin; 2x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A (Data Transfer Only)For the USB 3.1 Type-C in bold above, can I assume that a multiport USB-C hub can be plugged into this which allows for 4K HDMI, extra USB ports, etc. etc.?And, if so, is it possible to have dual monitors plugged into this? One into the HDMI port on the hub and one into the HDMI port on the laptop itself?


Yes.

Just FYI - you don't need a HDMI port on the laptop to plug two monitors in as even cheap USB-C hubs normally have both HDMI and VGA. If your monitor doesn't take VGA you can use a VGA to HDMI adapter which are a fiver on Amazon.
I bought the intel i5 version of this laptop from Currys which was on here at £470 a few weeks ago (I got it for £450 with extra discount) and it had a negative rating. Never understand this place.
It might be worth looking at any work reward schemes you might have access to (staff treats in my case). Ours is currently "Up to 35% discount plus free delivery on orders over £25" for the HP website making this laptop £419 (Save £80). They are a bit selective on the 'up to' for some of the other laptops though. I've added it to the short list (for my niece) for school work and casual use.

Otherwise its fairly competitive with the other (ryzen 5) laptops with similar specs ATM but my overall preference would be to wait for more 4500u laptops (which she doesn't need) to come out, which would decrease the 3500u prices (which she doesn't want to wait for … one of those birthday deadlines).

Edit: Source of the discount is in staff treats if available to you
Edited by: "matt.greentBs" 28th May
It’s not on blue light discount
Uns28/05/2020 13:42

They've got the same internals (8gb ram, 3500u, 256gb ssd) and similar …They've got the same internals (8gb ram, 3500u, 256gb ssd) and similar screens (14" 1080p IPS) and similar weight (1.47kg on the HP vs 1.38kg).So really it just comes down to which one looks nicer.


And the 3 guarantee
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