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HP Pavilion 15-au117na with i5-7200 CPU, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 15" display £489.01 @ HP
HP Pavilion 15-au117na with i5-7200 CPU, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 15" display £489.01 @ HP

HP Pavilion 15-au117na with i5-7200 CPU, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 15" display £489.01 @ HP

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HP have an end of year sale with savings of upto £250. This laptop has £200 knocked off. Use code CQ117HPAF62 for an extra tenner off.

Available in silver, purple, blue & gold.

Quidco rate is 2% for laptops also so another £10 off should it track ok.

PLUS - Get up to £390 of complimentary software with this PC. See this link

- Windows 10 Home 64

- Intel® Core™ i5-7200U processor

- 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal HD (1366 x 768) display

- 16 GB RAM and 256GB SSD storage

- Intel® HD Graphics 620

- B&O PLAY with dual speakers.

Warranty 1-year limited parts, labour, and pickup and return service

Now it is £479 and also only £1 for 3yr pick up and return service. £20 off Microsoft office 360. Quidco is doing additional bonus £10 on top of 2% for HP. So overall good deal.
- gautamvt

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Bbbrruunnnoooooo

Knockout deal Frank far better then the one I posted which I was looking for opinions / advice on and all it got was opinions not much advice (_;) still that's cricket Harry these things happen on HUKD X)

Screen is a deal breaker for me unfortunately.
I could live with 8Gb less RAM or HDD but 1366 x 768 just completely ruins it.

There is a 1080p i7 version for £599 although 2 cell battery.
Edited by: "callum84" 23rd Dec 2016

Original Poster

pennyfarthing88

Knockout deal Frank far better then the one I posted which I was looking … Knockout deal Frank far better then the one I posted which I was looking for opinions / advice on and all it got was opinions not much advice (_;) still that's cricket Harry these things happen on HUKD X)



Horses for courses PF, can`t see much wrong with the deal you posted tbh? deserves more heat... but yes this is HUKD X)

i do not vote cold unless i really think something doesn't work for me but the screen is so poor for now days. sorry

£500 for a1366 x 768 display. Words fail me, this is supposed to be a site for bargains.

256gb storage? My old laptop had 500gb and was about £150 cheaper 3 years ago.
Edited by: "philtheclaret1" 23rd Dec 2016

great find frank, have some heat

philtheclaret1

256gb storage? My old laptop had 500gb and was about £150 cheaper 3 years … 256gb storage? My old laptop had 500gb and was about £150 cheaper 3 years ago.


Not sure if serious! oO

As others have said the resolution is the letdown, anything less than full HD is useless whether they fit a SSD, whatever the RAM., CPU etc, I can`t understand why they keep doing it. Voted icy cold! No bargain

this one is ssd...Yours was probably hdd

philtheclaret1

256gb storage? My old laptop had 500gb and was about £150 cheaper 3 years … 256gb storage? My old laptop had 500gb and was about £150 cheaper 3 years ago.


Lol

Agharta

Not sure if serious! oO



​this is a SSD hard drive! 3 years ago 500gb SSD hard drive must be at least £200-250 on its own without a laptop attached to it! So you should know what you are talking my friend...

1366x768 - why????

Ye olde display

jasee

As others have said the resolution is the letdown, anything less than … As others have said the resolution is the letdown, anything less than full HD is useless whether they fit a SSD, whatever the RAM., CPU etc, I can`t understand why they keep doing it. Voted icy cold! No bargain



It's utterly painful and ridiculous, but for laptop manufacturers it appears to the last bastion of hope to up-sell consumers to higher end models. It's almost like a secret pact to stop 1080p becoming industry standard on laptops!

There's very little happening on the CPU front and SSD drives alleviate the pains of a slow computer. That just leaves the gaming GPU which 'John & Margaret' don't really care about. Eventually it will happen... but good grief it's taking years!

MBeeching

It's utterly painful and ridiculous, but for laptop manufacturers it … It's utterly painful and ridiculous, but for laptop manufacturers it appears to the last bastion of hope to up-sell consumers to higher end models. It's almost like a secret pact to stop 1080p becoming industry standard on laptops!There's very little happening on the CPU front and SSD drives alleviate the pains of a slow computer. That just leaves the gaming GPU which 'John & Margaret' don't really care about. Eventually it will happen... but good grief it's taking years!



Yes; well maybe. To even get the ordinary user to buy a laptop must be problematic at the moment. He`s got a tablet or two, a phone with internet access , why should he get a laptop.Oh, the picture is bigger, must be better. Then he realises the resolution is no better than is tablet or even worse, so he needs to upgrade.
If manufacturers are so logical

My theory is that someone in China is making hundreds of thousands of dirt cheap 1366 x 768 displays!

1080p absolutely needs to be the minimum resolution on a laptop, it is crazy to have cheap £50 smartphones 1/5 the size with more pixels on the screen. Total madness, for this reason alone this laptop should not be purchased.

Couldn't agree more.

A little 4-5 inch phone has hd screen and laptop with 15-16 inch screen don't it just doesn't make sense.

The more resolution means more space on your screen to work on your applications and I am sure you will see the difference when photo editing or video editing. Watching movies will be better too.

Apart from the screen it seems like a good deal op.

Just wish the software developers make software that is auto adapted to what ever the ram, cpu etc you have.

Boxrick

1080p absolutely needs to be the minimum resolution on a laptop, it is … 1080p absolutely needs to be the minimum resolution on a laptop, it is crazy to have cheap £50 smartphones 1/5 the size with more pixels on the screen. Total madness, for this reason alone this laptop should not be purchased.


if the display size fits your needs then this is a very good deal. My wife's laptop is about 7 years old and has same resolution as the one posted. She's more than happy with it and would not care if it was full HD or not as all she does is browse the web.

jasee

...............My theory is that someone in China is making hundreds of … ...............My theory is that someone in China is making hundreds of thousands of dirt cheap 1366 x 768 displays!


Yes my thoughts entirely..... there's clearly someone out there making the most out of the factory they've got and flooding the market with these screens for probably a few dollars each. Laptop manufacturers make so little profit that they'll use the crappiest of screens but bung in a decent spec knowing the CPU, memory and storage is usually what people will compare when buying.

All the 1366x768 HP screens I've used on fairly recent laptops are pretty wishy washy as well as being this lower resolution.

Poor Display, No HDD and No DVD Drive !!! Poor..

L4WEG

Poor Display, No HDD and No DVD Drive !!! Poor..



It has an optical dvd drive mate (SuperMulti DVD burner)

The only benefit of 1366x768 panels is that when you break them in anger at the low contrast, weak colour saturation and massive pixels you can pick up a replacement for about £15 on eBay! In seriousness though, they're just being mass produced they have literally flooded the market.

Burning hot!!

philtheclaret1

256gb storage? My old laptop had 500gb and was about £150 cheaper 3 years … 256gb storage? My old laptop had 500gb and was about £150 cheaper 3 years ago.



​That would have been a hard disk drive rather than solid state. Solid state drives are considerably better and also more expensive

It is now only £479 and also you can get 3yr pick up and return for £1. Total: £480. Also you can get £10 quidco bonus and 2% off. so another £18 or £19 less. I have ordered yesterday.

gautamvt

It is now only £479 and also you can get 3yr pick up and return for £1. T … It is now only £479 and also you can get 3yr pick up and return for £1. Total: £480. Also you can get £10 quidco bonus and 2% off. so another £18 or £19 less. I have ordered yesterday.


Says £49 for me for the 3 years pick up and return

you need to add

slliw

Says £49 for me for the 3 years pick up and return


you need to add it to basket and use Evoucher code: 1POUND. it is mentioned on the site.

Edit: Delete Cache of the browser and try again as it happened to me the link was still showing the old price.
Edited by: "gautamvt" 6th Jan
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