LENOVO IdeaPad 320-14IKB 14" Laptop - Black i3-7100u processor £319.99 @ Currys
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LENOVO IdeaPad 320-14IKB 14" Laptop - Black i3-7100u processor £319.99 @ Currys

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Found 28th Mar
The Lenovo 320-14IKB is currently down to £319.99 as a web only price in the black. I think all the colours have previously been at £329, but the white and silver are currently up at £379, so the black seemed a good deal.

This is the version that comes with the i3-7100u processor, 4gb of ram and a 128gb ssd.
Screen resolution at 1366x768, no idea on the type, but it looked ok in the shop. If you have an old working laptop, there is the chance of a trade in too, you can do this in store and they email you a voucher you can then use online.

Hope this is of use.
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John Lewis i5 7200 SSD FHD 309.99............
Sleightbuzz4 m ago

John Lewis i5 7200 SSD FHD 309.99............


Ah really, fair play. I had the £50 voucher to use with Currys, so unfortunately was tied in to using them.
Sleightbuzz5 m ago

John Lewis i5 7200 SSD FHD 309.99............


Link?
pintman4 m ago

Link?


Expired now. Was on at John Lewis earlier today. Seems you missed a cracker!
Sleightbuzz13 m ago

John Lewis i5 7200 SSD FHD 309.99............


Have you got a link to that please
Lol HD, rubbishhhh.
John Lewis deal was price error they cancelled orders
mkara22 m ago

Expired now. Was on at John Lewis earlier today. Seems you missed a …Expired now. Was on at John Lewis earlier today. Seems you missed a cracker!


Was not a deal, JL didn't honour that price.
gadgetcake5 m ago

Was not a deal, JL didn't honour that price.



What they said above
Decent laptop. Don’t be put off by troll
1992Buffy53 m ago

Lol HD, rubbishhhh.


Quite acceptable on a 14" screen imo
Ooh! Didn't know. I would've just gone and collected it or something. Usually that's the best way to do it. Reserve, pay and collect immediately
Cold 320s only slightly more with full HD ips screen
majorwedgy8428th Mar

Cold 320s only slightly more with full HD ips screen


Which is that, the one at £380? Be useful if they could differentiate their model numbers a little :-/

Tbh I'll be using it for Skype and the internet, will be fine for me.
TheCreepster28th Mar

Which is that, the one at £380? Be useful if they could differentiate …Which is that, the one at £380? Be useful if they could differentiate their model numbers a little :-/Tbh I'll be using it for Skype and the internet, will be fine for me.


Looks not bad in comparison to these . Don't be put of by the must have HD brigade.
gadgetcake3 h, 7 m ago

Was not a deal, JL didn't honour that price.


Why would they? It was obviously a mistake.
majorwedgy8428th Mar

Cold 320s only slightly more with full HD ips screen


Slightly more = £80 or 25% more.
qbs8 m ago

Why would they? It was obviously a mistake.


Where did I say they should? Mine was a statement of fact
I didn't realise the JL laptop was cancelled - obviously disappointing for those that ordered it, but still feel slightly relieved after ordering a laptop similar to this posting, before seeing the John Lewis one posted this morning.
gadgetcake4 m ago

Where did I say they should? Mine was a statement of fact


Sorry if I mis-read your meaning, but the use of "honour" , to me, infers JL were obliged to sell at that price when they clearly weren't.
Naseer_Ahmed3 h, 58 m ago

John Lewis deal was price error they cancelled orders


Mines not cancelled. Collecting tomorrow morning
Good deal for £320. The main thing is it'll be quite fast with the SSD. Computer screen resolution is overrated if you're just browsing, email and doing small office stuff.
Recently Currys were selling a similar Lenovo model with an i3-7100 cpu, 128GB SSD and Full HD screen for £330 (now advertised at £399). A good machine at that price (and only slightly more than this deal). But I still had my doubts. Partly because Windows 10 is difficult. And also because I was wanting the machine for an older person - I was worried the screen wasn't large enough. The Full HD Lenovo used some scaling (150%), and menus were still difficult to read. The display however was nice. Sometimes the displays are better quality on the Full HD models as they use an IPS panel instead of a TN one (but you have to dig around in the spec to confirm this). It's worth visiting the machine if you can.

The whole home Intel line of processors appears to be plagued with a couple of faults, either broken hyper-threading or the recent meltdown/spectre bug. Associated fixes impact performance. I'd be tempted to hang on until the next generation of processors come along. It's a colossal cock up. They should be giving these away.
Edited by: "BucketMan" 30th Mar
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