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HP Pavilion 14-ce3606sa 14" Laptop - Intel® Core™ i5, 512 GB SSD, Silver - £599 delivered @ Currys PC World
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HP Pavilion 14-ce3606sa 14" Laptop - Intel® Core™ i5, 512 GB SSD, Silver - £599 delivered @ Currys PC World

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HP Pavilion 14-ce3606sa 14" Laptop - Intel® Core™ i5, 512 GB SSD, Silver - £599 delivered @ Currys PC World
Posted 1st Aug

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Intel® Core™ i5-1035G1 Processor
RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 512 GB SSD
Full HD screen
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Umm, this one or the HP 14s-dq1504sa at £479. Yes it only has 256 SSD, but is this one worth the extra money?? And with £40 topcashback on all laptops over £399, need to decide????
I read somewhere that HP uses SVA for Standard Viewing Angle for their TN screens. I think WVA - wide viewing angle IPS screen would be better IMO.
Paa_t01/08/2020 10:32

I read somewhere that HP uses SVA for Standard Viewing Angle for their TN …I read somewhere that HP uses SVA for Standard Viewing Angle for their TN screens. I think WVA - wide viewing angle IPS screen would be better IMO.


True, SVA is TN, at least in HP case. However, WVA does not really means IPS all the time. WVA refers more often to VA panels, which suppose to be a compromise in between TN and IPS.
pintman01/08/2020 10:20

Umm, this one or the HP 14s-dq1504sa at £479. Yes it only has 256 SSD, but …Umm, this one or the HP 14s-dq1504sa at £479. Yes it only has 256 SSD, but is this one worth the extra money?? And with £40 topcashback on all laptops over £399, need to decide????


256 SSD is sufficient IMO, however files get bigger and bigger so don't know how will be in years to come. If the difference in price is big, is not worth to pay extra on SSD, get a thumb drive and add extra storage. My Samsung thumb drive was never removed from my laptop since 4 years ago. It will cost you £15-25 for a thumb drive.
I recently bought an almost identical spec laptop to this (HP Pavilion 14-ce3504sa) off the Currys Clearance ebay site for £439, as a grade A brown box refurbished unit.

If you don't mind a 'refurbished' laptop, then its worth checking out as they often have the same or very similar spec items on there, at a decent reduction to the brand new price.

ebaystores.co.uk/cur…nce

One I got was like brand new, just came in a plain brown box.
Edited by: "johnson293" 1st Aug
My parents have a very similar laptop, the keyboard is surprisingly good (aside from the terrible silvery text on the keys), but the screen is horrible.

I'd avoid this.
Saw the £479 one in store and the screen was absolutely fine. Didn't look like a TN one. In fact it says IPS on currys website.
Edit again: just checked datasheet and the cheaper one is IPS and 250nits.
Edited by: "Milki_bar_Kid" 1st Aug
Milki_bar_Kid01/08/2020 12:18

Saw the £479 one in store and the screen was absolutely fine. Didn't look …Saw the £479 one in store and the screen was absolutely fine. Didn't look like a TN one. In fact it says IPS on currys website.Edit again: just checked datasheet and the cheaper one is IPS and 250nits.


250nits isn't amazing but the £479 one, despite being in HP's cheaper range chassis with an IPS and 250nits is far better value than this £599 one with TN 220 nits even if it does have a bigger SSD.

The spec on this one is not very rounded, they've upped the SSD and chassis but at expense of a screen. There's only one thing worse than a screen with bad viewing angles and that's a dim screen with bad viewing angles.
JayJayEan201/08/2020 13:04

250nits isn't amazing but the £479 one, despite being in HP's cheaper …250nits isn't amazing but the £479 one, despite being in HP's cheaper range chassis with an IPS and 250nits is far better value than this £599 one with TN 220 nits even if it does have a bigger SSD.The spec on this one is not very rounded, they've upped the SSD and chassis but at expense of a screen. There's only one thing worse than a screen with bad viewing angles and that's a dim screen with bad viewing angles.


On paper maybe 250 nits is not great but in real life it looked absolutely fine! Agree that the £479 one is much better value.
Isn't this better?
ao.com/pro…spx

And cheaper?
bargainhunter200901/08/2020 18:24

Isn't this …Isn't this better?https://ao.com/product/8ud82eaabu-hp-laptop-silver-73498-251.aspxAnd cheaper?


Better screen, that one has a 250nits IPS Screen, but it's still overpriced.

The PC World one at £479 (But is 14 inch with 256GB SSD)
www8.hp.com/h20…pdf

If you really want a 512GB SSD and a 15 inch this one is better value at £550 (or £517 with student discount)
hotukdeals.com/dea…754

Have to say that we should give praise for HP including the screen brightness on their specs. Some of them don't have very bright screens, but at least they are being transparent about it. Also all their model numbers seem to be unique, unlike ASUS.
Edited by: "JayJayEan2" 1st Aug
Yes ram and storage is upgradable. The screen is decent for word, YouTube and Netflix. It’s definitely not meant for colour accuracy. The battery life isn’t bad, around 4-7 hours depending on what you do. Do not buy it at £599, a few months ago I got this for £450. The price will go down. The only reason laptop prices are high right now is because a lot of students are looking for new laptops.
Looks good popping into Currys now looking for the 15 inch one in this model but would rather have 14. No wifi 6 and integrated graphics for £750 surely could do better. If they had the Lenovo Ideapad 5i with IPS WIFI 6 and dedicated graphics I would smash they but they don’t and Lenovo won’t deliver until 4-6 weeks
You can get a colour profile from laptopmedia would fix any display issues
3 for a tenner I think
JayJayEan201/08/2020 18:40

Better screen, that one has a 250nits IPS Screen, but it's still …Better screen, that one has a 250nits IPS Screen, but it's still overpriced. The PC World one at £479 (But is 14 inch with 256GB SSD)https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c06663003.pdfIf you really want a 512GB SSD and a 15 inch this one is better value at £550 (or £517 with student discount)https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-15s-fq1003na-full-hd-ips-laptop-intel-i5-512gb-ssd-8gb-ram-517-with-student-discount-3514754Have to say that we should give praise for HP including the screen brightness on their specs. Some of them don't have very bright screens, but at least they are being transparent about it. Also all their model numbers seem to be unique, unlike ASUS.

Could you send the link to the £479 one on their website.
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