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Ideapad 1 Intel Pentium N5030, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 14 inch Full HD Laptop - Grey - £279.99 @ Very
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Ideapad 1 Intel Pentium N5030, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 14 inch Full HD Laptop - Grey - £279.99 @ Very

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Not the greatest deal. Sorry
nice deal
Okish for student and Web usage
Edited by: "The_Guru" 2nd Jun
I think I'll hang out the bit for something better, thanks!!
Cheaper to spend around £100-120 and upgrade an older machine with more RAM and a SSD.
Get this and a Shadow subscription!
You can get a Ryzen 3 for 350 form Curry's which will future proof you for a bit longer.
The_Guru02/06/2020 19:36

Okish for student and Web usage


Pathetic Chip, memory size and disk space.
Glad I'm not that student.
Publix02/06/2020 21:38

Pathetic Chip, memory size and disk space.Glad I'm not that student.


Similar to older i3. It's ok. Nothing special
I ordered this yesterday for my sons 10th birthday but noticed same one on littlewoods sister site is £359.99. Im wondering if this is an emmc and not a ssd!

littlewoods.com/len…prd
I would stick to chrome at these sort of specs. I get that some people cant afford more but in my opinion you will end up spending more as it will need replacing quite quickly.
Edited by: "Dane_Campbell" 2nd Jun
Dane_Campbell02/06/2020 23:17

I would stick to chrome at these sort of specs. I get that some people …I would stick to chrome at these sort of specs. I get that some people cant afford more but in my opinion you will end up spending more as it will need replacing quite quickly.


I order a chrome recently. Couldn't use it, found it incredibly limiting and frustrating. A traditional laptop with a windows OS and a chrome laptop are worlds apart, admittedly more than I realised.
noahsdad03/06/2020 06:59

I order a chrome recently. Couldn't use it, found it incredibly limiting …I order a chrome recently. Couldn't use it, found it incredibly limiting and frustrating. A traditional laptop with a windows OS and a chrome laptop are worlds apart, admittedly more than I realised.


I understand your frustration with Chrome OS noshsdad. There are lots of shortcuts and guestures that no-one tells you about. Once you know them however, things get much better.
noahsdad03/06/2020 06:59

I order a chrome recently. Couldn't use it, found it incredibly limiting …I order a chrome recently. Couldn't use it, found it incredibly limiting and frustrating. A traditional laptop with a windows OS and a chrome laptop are worlds apart, admittedly more than I realised.


In my experiece yeah they are a bit limiting but the limitation means you run at a level the specs allow, i would find trying to use this even for word after a year a painful experience.

they are very different ecosystems, i like a chromebook for speed and light stuff but I always have my work laptop near by
Dane_Campbell03/06/2020 14:39

In my experiece yeah they are a bit limiting but the limitation means you …In my experiece yeah they are a bit limiting but the limitation means you run at a level the specs allow, i would find trying to use this even for word after a year a painful experience.they are very different ecosystems, i like a chromebook for speed and light stuff but I always have my work laptop near by


They do have their place. They obviously synchronise well with a phone and can behave more like a phone. The one day I had one I found it fast too. I think its for a specific basic purpose type of use and select demographic. I dont see it catching on in its current form anytime soon though.
Edited by: "noahsdad" 3rd Jun
The_Guru02/06/2020 19:36

Okish for student and Web usage


Depends what they're a student of really...
JustExtreme04/06/2020 11:12

Depends what they're a student of really...


For Nasa launching rockets!
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