Lenovo Ideapad 500 I7 6500 8GB 1TB £499.95 @ John Lewis
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Lenovo Ideapad 500 I7 6500 8GB 1TB £499.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 24th Jun 2016
Seems a good deal for i7, not SSD but can't have it all for the price.

Accessories Included - AC Adaptor, user guide
Battery life Information - Up to 4 hours
Bluetooth Enabled Information - Yes - 4.0
Camera (front-facing) Information - Yes
CD/DVD/Blu-ray Drive Information - DVD Recordable
Dimensions - H2.26 x W37.80 x D26.50cm
Graphics card Information - AMD Radeon R7 M360 2GB
Hard drive Information - 1TB
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) - 80NT00E4UK
Memory (RAM) Information - 8GB
Memory Card Slots Information - 4-in-1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC)
Operating system Information - Windows 10 (64 bit)

Ports Information
2x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0, HDMI-out, VGA, 4-in-1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC), Audio Combo Jack

Processor Information
Intel Core i7-6500U

Processor speed Information
2.5GHz

Screen finish Information
Gloss

Screen Resolution Information
1920 x 1080 pixels

Screen Type
15.6" FHD Glare Wedge

Sound
JBL Stereo Speakers with, Dolby Advanced Audio Certification

Touch Screen
No

Trackpad
Yes

Weight
2.3kg

Wireless Display Information
No

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15 Comments
The link doesn't seem to work? oO
Original Poster
Works OK for me?
bad reviews
For this money I think there are better options. Just because it's got an i7 chip doesn't mean it's brilliant.
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KingCampo

For this money I think there are better options. Just because it's got an … For this money I think there are better options. Just because it's got an i7 chip doesn't mean it's brilliant.



Link to a better spec then?
iansaunderson

Link to a better spec then?



Depends what you're looking for in a laptop, this has an i5 and a dedicated GPU:
saveonlaptops.co.uk/PS5…tml

I'd say that was the better all-round laptop for the price. If you want one for serious gaming or video editing, a Dual Core is pretty useless anyway.
AaronSOLDIER

Depends what you're looking for in a laptop, this has an i5 and a … Depends what you're looking for in a laptop, this has an i5 and a dedicated GPU:http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/PS56JE-00900UEN-Toshiba-Satellite-Pro-A50-C-119_1833394.htmlI'd say that was the better all-round laptop for the price. If you want one for serious gaming or video editing, a Dual Core is pretty useless anyway.



The one in the deal has a dedicated gpu and is full hd
Laptop spec looks really nice, comes with AMD Radeon R7 M360 2GB - anyone know how good this dedicated card is?
I got the i5 version and it still performs like usain bolt...although hes injured @ the moment

brilliant build quality and good price
I've got this Laptop, although mine came with 16GB RAM & 2TB, everything else is the same though (i7 6500U, R7 m360) Worth remembering the i7 isn't quad core, its a dual core designed for a better performance to power ratio, so not great for gamers really who'd probably be be better off with a Quad core cpu, The only real let down is the viewing angles and colour saturation of the screen. Its not awful, but could be a lot better. I turned up the colour saturation in the settings and it brought reds up to where they should be, but made blues a bit bright and light. Don't get me wrong, it is a 1080p screen, and sometimes you look and think "Wow, its beautiful, crisp and bright" but the angles let it down.
I don't know much about the tech specs, but I would have loved to have WiDi (Wireless Display) in this. It doesn't seem to
have it
Do not buy a laptop that has the speakers underneath!
What's the battery life like on this guys? I'm going backpacking and trying to decide whether to get this or spend a bit more and get an ultrabook...either Dell XPS or Asus Zenbook UX303...any help would be great!
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