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Toshiba CB30-B-104  13.3" Best Value Laptop Intel N2840 Dual Core 4GB 16GB SSD (Reconditioned A+) £179.99 @ Laptop Outlet
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Seems like a good price for A+ reconditioned with full year warranty. No experience of this company though so interested to get folk's views... Shared Via The HUKD App For Andro… Read more

just picked one up from eBay, £169, luckily I had a 10 percent voucher and converted some nectar points so worked out even cheaper

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deal is dead... sold out.

no probs redeeming 100gb google drive... just went to the chrimebook site and it validated my device. awesome bit of kit... great bargain!

No good then!!

anshumanswain

What about the Google Drive offer of 100GB for 2 years? Is that still … What about the Google Drive offer of 100GB for 2 years? Is that still redeemable on this?



Likely already redeemed against this hardware, the A++ refurb unit I had stated already redeemed when I tried. The conditions for the Google Drive offer advises that refurbs are not included.
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Toshiba CB30 Chromebook 13" Intel Celeron 2955U 2GB RAM 16 GB SSD (Toshiba Reconditioned to A+) £139.99 @ Laptop Outlet
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Seems a decent price for a recon chromebook with renowned Toshiba quality
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bilaldude33

What use is the cloud storage if it's just read only



None, which is why it isn't.

What use is the cloud storage if it's just read only

bought it, alternative was spending £40-50 more on an Asus C300.

mattturner756

Adore my chromebook.RE 100GB Google drive offer, it's just any chromebook … Adore my chromebook.RE 100GB Google drive offer, it's just any chromebook new or used. It sees you have bought one by signing in with your Google account and gives you the 100GB storage. Battery life is so good and the screens aren't as bad as people say. Literally the best laptop I've owned for the price, it's comparable to a MacBook Air for 1/5 of the price.



The Drive offer is linked to devices, not Google accounts. If a device is returned, the extra storage is revoked.

Adore my chromebook.

RE 100GB Google drive offer, it's just any chromebook new or used. It sees you have bought one by signing in with your Google account and gives you the 100GB storage.

Battery life is so good and the screens aren't as bad as people say. Literally the best laptop I've owned for the price, it's comparable to a MacBook Air for 1/5 of the price.
Lenovo Flex 2 / 15.6" Full HD touch screen / Core i5-4210u / 8 GB RAM / 1 TB HDD / £539.99 @ Laptop Outlet
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Intel Core i5-4210U Dual Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Touch Screen Microsoft Windows 8.1 64-bit 8GB DDR3 RAM 1000GB HDD DVD Rewriter Dedicated GT 820M Graphics

johnmac5785

theyve put the screen the wrong way round


No the screens fine its the keyboard that they put on wrong
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johnmac5785

theyve put the screen the wrong way round



its a dual mode laptop, got mine for £400 from Amazon on black Friday, great laptop

thekitkatshuffler

Does anyone know if this has a backlit keyboard? I'm guessing it … Does anyone know if this has a backlit keyboard? I'm guessing it doesn't, as not mentioned, but it has everything else I've been looking for (1080p screen, i5 processor, DVD drive, 1TB storage) so will be annoying if this is yet another laptop that's missing just one of my criteria.

No it's not unfortunately. Picked one of these up on ebay from a seller called exdemolaptops. They sell them on auction quite a lot, grade A with 90 day warranty. Got mine for 315 plus postage.

theyve put the screen the wrong way round
Lenovo Y50-70 15.6 Full HD Gaming Laptop Core i7-4710HQ 12GB RAM 1TB HDD+8GB SSD with cashback( £733.33)  - Laptop Outlet - £879.99
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Looks like a good laptop with the tax back makes it a lot better Intel® Core? i7-4710HQ Quad Core (2.5 GHz, Intel Haswell Architecture, Features Intel Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz), … Read more

dr_151

I have a lot of first hand experience with the 4k model and for … I have a lot of first hand experience with the 4k model and for coding/research the extra real estate is invaluable. However back on point - it is just outright wrong to say that the 4k samsung panel on the high specc'd model is 'just as bad' as the 1080p model. I've seen them both and the 4k screen is great, it has a known issue displaying the color yellow and it's not the brightest of displays so struggles in direct sunlight as do most if not all laptops, however it is more than adequate for indoor use - especially in the UK, the brightness has not once been an issue. I will admit the yellow issue can sometimes be annoying though, however I'm not a graphics designer so for me it really isn't a deal breaker.It is definitely not sub-par, viewing angles are great and the level of detail is simply stunning, colours (bar yellow) seem to be good, and vibrant.Now for cometh the hero who's superpower is to state the obvious... Of course it's not going to run games at 4k, no single mobile gpu can run games well at 4k - a lot of desktop gpu's struggle to render new games at 4k at playable rates. But the 860m runs games pretty well at 1080p. I don't know what set up you have at home but the 4k screen scales perfectly at 4:1 pixels i.e. 1080p - so again I have no idea how you can say 'it will look pants'. Comparing a 4k 15.6 running games a 1080p to a 15.6 at 1080p show's no resolution related differences that you can see to the eye (i.e. looks the same). You're not taking 1080p content and using software algorithms to fill in the gaps and display it in a 4k resolution. You're simply setting the screen to utilise 4 pixels as one hence 1 pixel becomes 4 times larger in area. But on a 15.6 screen it's not going to be noticeable as the 4 pixels = the area of 1 pixel on a 1080p screen hence it's pretty much no different to having a 1080p screenAnother point worth mentioning is that if you're an avid gamer the screen refresh rate is 48Hz on the 4k screen so with vsync means 48fps - no deal breaker for me as 48 fps is perfectly playable for me.Anyway the 4k model with VAT back is a steal in my opinion.



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MysticalUndies

The 4k screen is just as bad if you read reviews and there isn't … The 4k screen is just as bad if you read reviews and there isn't replacement screens readily available. So if you go for the 4k your stuck with a sub par screen. Plus an 860m isn't going to play games at 4k and playing 1080p on a 4k screen is going to look pants. I have a 1440 desktop screen and anything other than native is shocking when gaming as the screen has to upscale.



I have a lot of first hand experience with the 4k model and for coding/research the extra real estate is invaluable. However back on point - it is just outright wrong to say that the 4k samsung panel on the high specc'd model is 'just as bad' as the 1080p model. I've seen them both and the 4k screen is great, it has a known issue displaying the color yellow and it's not the brightest of displays so struggles in direct sunlight as do most if not all laptops, however it is more than adequate for indoor use - especially in the UK, the brightness has not once been an issue. I will admit the yellow issue can sometimes be annoying though, however I'm not a graphics designer so for me it really isn't a deal breaker.
It is definitely not sub-par, viewing angles are great and the level of detail is simply stunning, colours (bar yellow) seem to be good, and vibrant.

Now for cometh the hero who's superpower is to state the obvious... Of course it's not going to run games at 4k, no single mobile gpu can run games well at 4k - a lot of desktop gpu's struggle to render new games at 4k at playable rates. But the 860m runs games pretty well at 1080p.

I don't know what set up you have at home but the 4k screen scales perfectly at 4:1 pixels i.e. 1080p - so again I have no idea how you can say 'it will look pants'. Comparing a 4k 15.6 running games a 1080p to a 15.6 at 1080p show's no resolution related differences that you can see to the eye (i.e. looks the same). You're not taking 1080p content and using software algorithms to fill in the gaps and display it in a 4k resolution. You're simply setting the screen to utilise 4 pixels as one hence 1 pixel becomes 4 times larger in area. But on a 15.6 screen it's not going to be noticeable as the 4 pixels = the area of 1 pixel on a 1080p screen hence it's pretty much no different to having a 1080p screen

Another point worth mentioning is that if you're an avid gamer the screen refresh rate is 48Hz on the 4k screen so with vsync means 48fps - no deal breaker for me as 48 fps is perfectly playable for me.

Anyway the 4k model with VAT back is a steal in my opinion.

eldaras

Bear in mind that there's a similar "model" with 16GB of ram and a 4k … Bear in mind that there's a similar "model" with 16GB of ram and a 4k screen for £120 more. I've seen this model with more memory and higher resolution for less than £999 but I cannot find it online anymore.I've been looking at this laptop for a couple of weeks, but there are reviews that mentions that the screen is not really bright. I would like to see one in person before I depart with my money, to ensure that I can use it for work too.



The 4k screen is just as bad if you read reviews and there isn't replacement screens readily available. So if you go for the 4k your stuck with a sub par screen. Plus an 860m isn't going to play games at 4k and playing 1080p on a 4k screen is going to look pants. I have a 1440 desktop screen and anything other than native is shocking when gaming as the screen has to upscale.

You can get replacement IPS screens for this for around 50 quid and it takes minutes to replace. I bought this from very 2 weeks ago for £899 with £130 cashback from very and also the VAT back from Lenovo so £620 in total. My thoughts were "Can I get anything near this spec for £620".......Nope, not even close. I don't regret buying it at all, it's a great laptop, the keyboard is nice to use, backlit too and the laptop is extremely responsive. It's also incredibly thin and has a very nice brushed aluminium case. Downside is the screen, but it is easily replaceable and isn't warranty sealed/tagged. Definitely a bargain even at this price.

Link to how easy the screen is to replace: youtube.com/wat…w1E
Edited by: "MysticalUndies" 25th Nov 2014

if you plan to get the laptop would defo recommend switching the screen.
Lenovo FLEX 10 Touchscreen Netbook intel Pentium N3510 2.0 GHz 4 GB 500 GB Win8 - £229.99 + VAT back @ LaptopOutlet
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◦Intel Pentium N3510 2.0 GHz Quad Core Processor ◦Windows 8.1 ◦10.1" Display ◦4 GB RAM ◦500 GB HDD ◦USB3.0 | HDMI | Bluetooth These were around £300 in John Lewis last week so th… Read more

Well, Lenovo customer support / laptopoutlet were absolutely no help at all, but I have run memtest86 and it very quickly finds bad ram.

Could anyone else who has bought one of these units confirm what memory windows is reporting to them? If you open explorer, right click on Computer and choose Properties, or equivalently if you go to "Control Panel\System and Security\System", does it say "Installed memory (RAM): 4GB (1.84GB usable)" or do you get a different number?

Notes of caution: if you upgrade from windows 8 to windows 8.1 there is a known bug on these laptops where they will restart if you try and wake them up after suspending them. This is fixed in the 64bit bios update, but that update is not supported by our hardware

Edited by: "robb_www" 13th Oct 2014

anyone find that their available memory is more like 1890mb out of the 4gb?

pre-emptive strike:
1. no this is not related to msconfig -> boot -> advanced having an incorrect max memory set
2. no setting max memory doesn't help
3. cpu-z only registers the 1890 as per Control Panel\System and Security\System
4. no this is not memory reserved by the graphics card, that is listed as 32mb dedicated 0 system and ~1gb shared
5. yes bios claims it has 4gb installed
6. yes i am running the latest bios supporting the 32bit operating system which came installed
7. yes i have upgraded the installed operating system to windows 8.1

I will be calling lenovo tomorrow, the experience so far is not great. Pre-packaging with a 32bit OS is rather insulting, especially when they also offer a 64bit-compatible BIOS which is exclusively included in a 64bit installer - how they expect you to pull that off I have no idea.

Available on eBay from the same seller for 189.99 today. Unsure if the cash back will be available though.

sounds intresting , thanks

logohigh

How quick would this start up ?Thats thing with windows ,or was , and … How quick would this start up ?Thats thing with windows ,or was , and then the frequent crashes mind you last one i had was desk top probably 2001

10 seconds -- I just timed it .... only had it for a couple of days but no crashes as yet - hope this helps.
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Toshiba AT300SE-101 Slim Tablet NVIDIA Quad Core Processor 1.3GHz 1GB  ram, 16gb storage £139.99 from laptopoutlet
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Looking for a mid priced 10 in tablet with ips screen and stumbled on this at Laptops direct.. dosn't seem a bad price for a 10in quad core tablet...whats peoples thoughts on this?
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Is this still running 4.1 OS or has it been upgraded?

Banned

Good value. Hot !!!

Don't get a tablet from Toshiba. They come with a locked bootloader and zero support. Even if the hardware is nice, the software ruins it.

£30 cheaper than Amazon, decent little tablet! No Cyanogenmod though..

Warranty: Toshiba Reconditioned to Like New Standards.1 Year Warranty.
LG G2 D802 16GB Black Sim Free Android Phone - £299.99 inc delivery @ Laptop Outlet
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Web page states "Brand new Sealed Unit, Official UK Stock with full manufacturer warranty." They have a shop on Tottenham Court Road in London, not exactly big but they do exist. … Read more
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Good phone but beware the screen can be broken easily,,,,so definitely consider a good solid case.

Had mine a week and I must have sat down with it obscure I'm my pocked.... £122.16p later I had to replace the screen!

ljh88

Ordered. Goodbye IPhone!



Good to see :P

OOS now.

Ordered. Goodbye IPhone!

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Horrorwood

http://companycheck.co.uk/company/07267226/LAPTOP-OUTLET-LIMITEDI'd say … http://companycheck.co.uk/company/07267226/LAPTOP-OUTLET-LIMITEDI'd say they are legit... lol



They seem to be one of the few electronics stores to have survived on TCR, most are long gone now.
Lenovo Yoga 11.6" Touch Screen Laptop Tablet NVidia Quad Core 2GB 64GB W8 RT £349.99 free delivery @ Laptop outlet
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trying to finda new laptop for my daughter who would also like a tablet. this seems to meet all needs as flip top makes laptop into tablet 2013. office suite included which is the … Read more
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littld

We can agree to disagree on active management. I did have a play with an … We can agree to disagree on active management. I did have a play with an atom-based tablet and it seemed to have all the disadvantages and few advantages. To me. The badly written drivers I mean are things like printer drivers, simple stuff you think will work and it takes a reinstall to get things working. Most people will have experienced this sort of thing with Windows. You try out Chrome for a change and then some of your websites don't work the way they did. Some clever video program promises to play that video format you've not got working and it screws up your file associations and you spend an hour or so in Registry settings and who knows what else. The restrictions placed on RT mean you just have something you can rely on.



Was it the newer bay trail atom or the older clovertrail one? The old model wasnt much different to the chip released 4 years ago, but the quad core bay trail quicker than an i3y chip in some cases!

We can agree to disagree on active management. I did have a play with an atom-based tablet and it seemed to have all the disadvantages and few advantages. To me. The badly written drivers I mean are things like printer drivers, simple stuff you think will work and it takes a reinstall to get things working. Most people will have experienced this sort of thing with Windows. You try out Chrome for a change and then some of your websites don't work the way they did. Some clever video program promises to play that video format you've not got working and it screws up your file associations and you spend an hour or so in Registry settings and who knows what else. The restrictions placed on RT mean you just have something you can rely on.

littld

Metro looks the same but it isn't the same under the hood. Full fat … Metro looks the same but it isn't the same under the hood. Full fat Windows requires active management and RT doesn't. It isn't just about installing any random exes. All traditional setup.exe files to install device drivers have the risk of destabilising the overall system and slowing it down. Then you do a full reinstall or reversion followed by remembering what you installed and what version. It's hell.



I cant say ive experienced any of that since the days of XP. I manage the network and servers at my company, some have been running 24/7 for several years and are no slower than the day i set them up. Our development machines have gb of software and databases installed and other than windows updates never require 'active management'. Windows does a good job of looking after itself, installing poorly written drivers is probably your problem.

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jaydeeuk1

Then this is probably your best bet if 349 is your max. There are a … Then this is probably your best bet if 349 is your max. There are a couple of other choices but both cost more. Im torn between getting the t100 now or waiting till feb when the larger tablets and ultrabooks and 64bit win 8.1 with instant on is released. Theres a gap in the market for an 11.6" convertible with full hd, 4gb ram, 128 ssd and keyboard for under 500.


jaydeeuk1

Then this is probably your best bet if 349 is your max. There are a … Then this is probably your best bet if 349 is your max. There are a couple of other choices but both cost more. Im torn between getting the t100 now or waiting till feb when the larger tablets and ultrabooks and 64bit win 8.1 with instant on is released. Theres a gap in the market for an 11.6" convertible with full hd, 4gb ram, 128 ssd and keyboard for under 500.



thanx appreciate your help. I think this one will do the job and she seems quite happy and excited about it

cantonasrightboot

the problem is the screen size on the asus. I spent half hour on … the problem is the screen size on the asus. I spent half hour on exploritory missin with my daughter and 11.6 smallest she wants! and as long as it does enough for school she is happy. unless you can find a spec that suits then this the one



Then this is probably your best bet if 349 is your max. There are a couple of other choices but both cost more. Im torn between getting the t100 now or waiting till feb when the larger tablets and ultrabooks and 64bit win 8.1 with instant on is released. Theres a gap in the market for an 11.6" convertible with full hd, 4gb ram, 128 ssd and keyboard for under 500.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, Upgrade version (PC/Mac)  for only £39.99  was £90.00 ,cheaper than amazon (£72.99)   From laptop outlet
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Adobe® Photoshop® Elements 10 Make every photo look its best with powerful options that take the work out of image editing Create photo books, cards, calendars, and other printed m… Read more

The standalone version of Elements 11 is only £38.99 on Amazon at the moment ( sold by webbasket, fulfilled by Amazon ) and is quite often £32.99
amazon.co.uk/Ado…+11

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Lenovo Z370 13.3" Laptop 2nd Gen Intel Core i5 4GB 750GB NVIDIA 1GB Dedicated - £349.99 DELIVERED @ Laptop outlet
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ModelZ370 Screen Size13.3" Memory4 GB Processor TypeIntel Core i5 Processor Speed2.50 GHz Hard Drive Capacity750 GB Operating SystemWindows 7 Operating System EditionHome PremiumGr… Read more
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£399 now :-(

JetPackPenguins

Thinking of buying. Is 350 worth the hardware?



Yes - if the laptop meets your needs it's good value.

Thinking of buying. Is 350 worth the hardware?

ChooseBlues

Thanks guys, so basically with an ssd and more ram I'll be good to go, … Thanks guys, so basically with an ssd and more ram I'll be good to go, with the graphics being debatable.What did you mean by 'this with its full-power card' btw wombat? thanks in advance man



By 'full-power' I meant that it's a standard mobile i5, not a ULV model; that means it's actually faster than a ULV Ivybridge i5; but of course along with the GPU takes more power compromising battery run-time.

artcheezzz

You all can tell what ever you want guys, Thats the first my seen 13.3 … You all can tell what ever you want guys, Thats the first my seen 13.3 inch laptop with that spec and for this low price! Hot! Plus it has dedicated gpu! I would choose any twice less powerfull dedicated gpu and it will be better because of Heat! Ultrabooks have problems with that, and dedicated gpu solves that, its cooldown quicker and better. Nice find! And 2gen or 3rd who cares, main thing how many Ghz, and laptop is not for gaming. Its laptop! Its same like buy most expensive phone in the world to play Battlefield3 on it..



i do hope english is your 2nd language

ASUS X54C-SX461V Cheapest 2nd Gen Core i3 Laptop 8GB RAM 500GB 15.6" DVD Package £349.99 @ Laptop outlet
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Powered by powerful Intel Core processor and excellent graphics Equipped with Genuine Windows7 Home Premium edition available and an Intel Core i3 processor and Intel HD Graphics… Read more
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Saveonlaptops had a lenovo for less than this few days back 0 that was 3rd gen i3 too.
Lenovo laptop W520 £819 from laptopoutlet.co.uk
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This is a pretty high spec laptop aimed at a more technical market rather than gaming. It has some unusual features like the colour calibration. So, it may not appeal to everyone a… Read more

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smr1

Hot for the price compared to other shops but I'm not too sure about the … Hot for the price compared to other shops but I'm not too sure about the retailer or the spec of the gpu for the price.



Well, my experience with the retailer has been very good, so I hope that helps. As for the graphics, it has a good card and driver for things like CAD and 3D modeling - the drivers are optimised for that apparently. The display is excellent too, it's matte, has high resolution, high contrast and there's a built in colour calibration sensor where you close the lid and it measures the colour of the screen and adjusts it to give accurate colours.

Anyway, this seems to be getting voted cold mostly, but as I said before, this is not aimed at the home laptop market. So, I'm not expecting people who would normally buy a laptop from a high street retailer to be sold on this, but for someone who does CAD, graphic design or 3D modeling for example, this is from what I've see an unusually low price for the kind of computer they might be considering.

Hot for the price compared to other shops but I'm not too sure about the retailer or the spec of the gpu for the price.
Toshiba Satellite i7, 6gb, 640gb HDD, BluRay, GT 540M (1gb) £755 @ Laptop Outlet
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i7-2630qm. Also Harmon Kardon Speakers, USB 3 etc...seems a good price. Also similar price at amazon (£770)...next best after this is £850 at John Lewis I think.

Now £739 at John Lewis, and you know where would you buy between the two...

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arrishort555

is the blu-ray, extra 2gigs or RAM and 140GB of storage worth £155?



If your refering to your earlier post and this...depends if you want blu-ray...extra ram might come in handy and although yus786 says about a tenner, you might not want to take your laptop apart and fit it, hdd I woudln't say matters too much (although thats personal like he said)...the other thing though is that the graphics card is quite alot better on this laptop i think? presuming it is a 520m on the one you posted...

Your other option could be dell outlet, if you don't mind it being a refurb and have the patience to keep checking the website for the latest ones they upload (every week-day at around 3 or 3:15)...I just got one today with i7-2720qm, full hd screen, blu-ray etc for £720....bought one a while back with slightly worse spec for £650 and looked brand new, however keyboard needed fixing and they ended up screwing the fan up so I sent it back for a refund....they do next day repairs (or they did for me 4 times) and year warranty free though.

nope

bluray drive should cost roughly £50 (i think), ram is a tenner and hardrive space is whatever you make of it
Edited by: "yus786" 25th Aug 2011

is the blu-ray, extra 2gigs or RAM and 140GB of storage worth £155?

bit overpriced considering the spec + screen res of 1366x768