Lenovo G510 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 6GB RAM, 1TB + 8GB SSHD, 15.6" £499.95 @ John Lewis
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Lenovo G510 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 6GB RAM, 1TB + 8GB SSHD, 15.6" £499.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 27th Dec 2013
This is a VERY high spec laptop for £500 - In fact for £600 this would be a reasonable deal i think. Very future proof spec, no touch screen, but who uses those on a laptop anyway.

Also comes with a John Lewis 2 year warranty, also very valuable.

This is a real laptop bargain!!!!!

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I got this (but with an i5 and different HD) for my sister and it's a really decent laptop (build wise)

One thing I like about this over the Acer's in the same price range is that the keyboard doesnt feel flimsy when you press a key

seems like a good laptop. missed out on the s430 recently.

good laptop but no dedicated graphics.

Original Poster

Agreed, but with an additional dedicated graphics GPU your battery life will typically be 30% less and few people play 3D games on laptops (which can do with this laptop, just not the same frame rates (fps))

You will not get a Core i7 Laptop for under £500 with a 2 year warranty anywhere else.

Would say if you don't need dedicated graphics you probably don't need i7 either. Decent deal though.

This seems like a really good Laptop at the price and it would've been ideal if it had a dedicated graphics card. Would probably be the laptop everyone has been waiting for.

If only the screen resolution was higher, at least 1600 x 900!

Very future proof spec



Yes, it is, as much as they said the Intel 80286 8mhz was future proof back in 1982. No such bloody thing in IT and poor marketing to even suggest.

Saying that its a good price for a decent spec, but its not a super hot deal as it let down with a mediocre screen and lack of dedicated graphics.

Regards
Flea

if you can spend £100 more, then the one below is a good deal too:

hotukdeals.com/dea…224


team_a

if you can spend £100 more, then the one below is a good deal … if you can spend £100 more, then the one below is a good deal too:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-g510-laptop-intel-core-i7-6gb-ram-1tb-8gb-sshd-15-6-499-95-john-lewis-1771224#post20367249



you posted a circle link

How does this compare to this: ebay.co.uk/itm…818 or this: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201009653821

I'm looking for a laptop and have heard Dell's are very good, as if there is a problem they send an engineer out to you next day and fix it with no hesitation at all.

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Quad-core Intel Core i7-4700MQ but only 1366 x 768 pixels

I'd rather have a good core-i3 and 1080p, than the base core-i7 and 768p.

sigh.

This is another one of those machines that has very imbalanced specifications, i7 with no dedicated GPU, amazes me, we don't need all this processing power for standard run of the mill stuff.

Steamy Wee

How does this compare to this: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201009653818 or … How does this compare to this: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201009653818 or this: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/201009653821I'm looking for a laptop and have heard Dell's are very good, as if there is a problem they send an engineer out to you next day and fix it with no hesitation at all.


If you don't play game, spec and price wise, I'd rather choose this. Why would you choose a refurbished last year model with over a new one?
Intel HD is far enough for daily and light gaming such as facebook or yesteryears game in low-med 720p (well, this is not full hd anyway)

What's about Lenovo replacement parts, if we compare prices con Dell?

tenxatenx

If you don't play game, spec and price wise, I'd rather choose this. Why … If you don't play game, spec and price wise, I'd rather choose this. Why would you choose a refurbished last year model with over a new one?Intel HD is far enough for daily and light gaming such as facebook or yesteryears game in low-med 720p (well, this is not full hd anyway)



Thanks for the info. I do like the idea of the Dell onsite support. No having to send it in as they come to you. Dell are a better name. If you mean last year as in 1 day ago, that's not so bad is it.

I've heard the machines Dell sell as refurb's are actually brand new that are customer returns.
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