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Lenovo Ideapad S130-11IGM 11.6" Laptop Intel Celeron N4000, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Windows 10 S Office 365 Personal- £119.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Lenovo Ideapad S130-11IGM 11.6" Laptop Intel Celeron N4000, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Windows 10 S Office 365 Personal- £119.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019Edited by:"idontflycathay"

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  • Let’s face it: buying a laptop is an opportunity to grow. You want what you purchase to last For years. That’s why we designed the IdeaPad S130 with a special protective finish to Guard against wear and tear, as well as rubber detailing on the bottom to keep things calm and cool and carrying on longer
  • Rest easy with the IdeaPad S130. With **up to 8 hours of battery life, you can count on it when you’re on the go. Avoid running out of battery life while running around town
  • Whether you’re watching a video or writing that paper due in the morning, it will all look sharp On the IdeaPad s130’s HD display
  • At just 1.15 kg, The ultra-slim idea Pad S130 is great for use on-the-go. Just slip it in your bag and hit the road–you’ll barely notice you’re carrying it

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Would this be ok for simple school homework tasks and web browsing, we could get a memory stick to save work?
It should do the job for schoolwork, it's obviously not going to be fast,

I think it boils down to is if you have the budget to look for a new laptop should this not be good enough at all. ( If it can't be returned)

I think it's worth the risk.
Edited by: "qw3rtyhhng" 22nd Nov 2019
Looks like they’re £150 in curry’s, can get this for near £100 with top cash back!
Think I may order it for my lad as its his first laptop, he has his xbox for gaming and he’s got an iPhone XR for Christmas too so he should be happy if I get him this!!
glenandem22/11/2019 15:21

Looks like they’re £150 in curry’s, can get this for near £100 with top cas …Looks like they’re £150 in curry’s, can get this for near £100 with top cash back!Think I may order it for my lad as its his first laptop, he has his xbox for gaming and he’s got an iPhone XR for Christmas too so he should be happy if I get him this!!


Couldn't see Amazon offering TCB on laptops. Hope I'm wrong. Am I?
glenandem22/11/2019 15:21

Looks like they’re £150 in curry’s, can get this for near £100 with top cas …Looks like they’re £150 in curry’s, can get this for near £100 with top cash back!Think I may order it for my lad as its his first laptop, he has his xbox for gaming and he’s got an iPhone XR for Christmas too so he should be happy if I get him this!!


How do you get it for £100? Care to share please? Thanks!
Office 365 personal is usually £60 a year, so this is a laptop for £60, assuming you'd get the Office anyway.
kalico22/11/2019 17:26

Office 365 personal is usually £60 a year, so this is a laptop for £60, a …Office 365 personal is usually £60 a year, so this is a laptop for £60, assuming you'd get the Office anyway.


Well not really as you can get a 365 key on eBay for £3, which is what I think most HUKDers do. The laptop itself is simple and fine though as it's got the important 4GB RAM and 64GB eMMC and it's new - some people won't look at ex-lease.
plewis0022/11/2019 19:02

Well not really as you can get a 365 key on eBay for £3, which is what I …Well not really as you can get a 365 key on eBay for £3, which is what I think most HUKDers do. The laptop itself is simple and fine though as it's got the important 4GB RAM and 64GB eMMC and it's new - some people won't look at ex-lease.


There's a split among HUKDers here. I prefer to have a legitimate 365 sub on the basis (setting aside the obvious comments about piracy etc) of knowing the licence is a proper one and not going to get revoked, and also I use their cloud storage and clearly wouldn't want that linked to some low level bandit selling dodgy codes on eBay. For me and many others the 365 sub is a massive deal sweetener.
steveyboy7922/11/2019 19:48

There's a split among HUKDers here. I prefer to have a legitimate 365 sub …There's a split among HUKDers here. I prefer to have a legitimate 365 sub on the basis (setting aside the obvious comments about piracy etc) of knowing the licence is a proper one and not going to get revoked, and also I use their cloud storage and clearly wouldn't want that linked to some low level bandit selling dodgy codes on eBay. For me and many others the 365 sub is a massive deal sweetener.


It shouldn’t get revoked - I’ve used one on my ‘lesser’ machines before and it’s been running over 2 years fine now. As I only use the apps, it’s totally fine to just replace the key if it ever did need that. Microsoft don’t offer a convenient multi-machine licence and I switch between around 10 different machines throughout the week. The cloud storage I’ve never used and don’t intend to - Dropbox gives enough space for me and if I did switch Google Drive basic should be fine.

I see why maybe you’d want a proper code but paying whatever it is (£60?) per machine per year is excessive. Either way, I wouldn’t value the code at £60 - I guess most people are buying this machine as a secondary one so they’ll buy the 5-pack licence normally anyway.
i got the free full office ultra microsoft download a few weeks ago that was posted up on here, would i be able to add that to this laptop if i bought it even though i have it on my current laptop or would i have to buy it from microsoft store?
Showing as £139 when I click the link?? Am I missing something?
plewis0022/11/2019 19:57

[snip] Either way, I wouldn’t value the code at £60 - I guess most people a …[snip] Either way, I wouldn’t value the code at £60 - I guess most people are buying this machine as a secondary one so they’ll buy the 5-pack licence normally anyway.


£60 per year for 1TB of storage is cheap.
kalico23/11/2019 23:21

£60 per year for 1TB of storage is cheap.


If you need 1TB of storage. Siacoin fees are about £20 for the year if it's just about storage and I imagine the majority of space is used by videos/photos which Google will store for free at high quality. It depends what you actually use, I use less than 5GB for work and personal files I want to access regularly.
Tmacmissus23/11/2019 23:07

Showing as £139 when I click the link?? Am I missing something?


Think it's expired unfortunately.
Get it from Argos its £114 through eBay with click n collect
Do you have a link to the argos one please? I can only see it at a higher price.
df1224/11/2019 09:06

Do you have a link to the argos one please? I can only see it at a higher …Do you have a link to the argos one please? I can only see it at a higher price.



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Thank you
plewis0024/11/2019 07:56

If you need 1TB of storage. Siacoin fees are about £20 for the year if …If you need 1TB of storage. Siacoin fees are about £20 for the year if it's just about storage and I imagine the majority of space is used by videos/photos which Google will store for free at high quality. It depends what you actually use, I use less than 5GB for work and personal files I want to access regularly.


For regular work files, I imagine most people could make do with 5GB, which is free on OneDrive anyway. Or 15GB, free on Google Drive. But for storage of all one's old photos and videos etc I'd suspect most folks would be 100GB or sometimes much, much more. In which case 1TB from Microsoft isn't bad.

I haven't heard of Siacoin but will investigate. That's certainly a cheap price but it all depends on quality (including security). Asus, for example, will give you about that price for 1TB, but you only have to read the reviews to quickly conclude that it's just not worth the hassle, should you need to restore your data.

For backup, I'm currently using Duplicati and Amazon's S3. But that needs a bit of techie knowledge, whereas OneDrive etc are idiot proof. (And yes, they are not backup but file sync systems, but most people don't know the difference and something like OneDrive or Google Drive or DropBox is better than nothing).
kalico24/11/2019 10:20

For regular work files, I imagine most people could make do with 5GB, …For regular work files, I imagine most people could make do with 5GB, which is free on OneDrive anyway. Or 15GB, free on Google Drive. But for storage of all one's old photos and videos etc I'd suspect most folks would be 100GB or sometimes much, much more. In which case 1TB from Microsoft isn't bad.I haven't heard of Siacoin but will investigate. That's certainly a cheap price but it all depends on quality (including security). Asus, for example, will give you about that price for 1TB, but you only have to read the reviews to quickly conclude that it's just not worth the hassle, should you need to restore your data.For backup, I'm currently using Duplicati and Amazon's S3. But that needs a bit of techie knowledge, whereas OneDrive etc are idiot proof. (And yes, they are not backup but file sync systems, but most people don't know the difference and something like OneDrive or Google Drive or DropBox is better than nothing).


Google Photos is unlimited backup if you allow compression which if you read the reviews, the quality loss is virtually imperceptible.

Siacoin is the cryptocurrency backed storage platform and one of the first real use cases that works - I advise a read as it’s clever stuff.

I’m trying to avoid dumping too much in the cloud but even with this 1TB storage for 365, technically it’s still home use only so if you’re being strict on the licence, business users can’t access it. I intend to switch to OneDrive since Dropbox did their bait and switch.
plewis0024/11/2019 10:27

Google Photos is unlimited backup if you allow compression which if you …Google Photos is unlimited backup if you allow compression which if you read the reviews, the quality loss is virtually imperceptible.Siacoin is the cryptocurrency backed storage platform and one of the first real use cases that works - I advise a read as it’s clever stuff.I’m trying to avoid dumping too much in the cloud but even with this 1TB storage for 365, technically it’s still home use only so if you’re being strict on the licence, business users can’t access it. I intend to switch to OneDrive since Dropbox did their bait and switch.


I stopped using Dropbox years ago after their big security outage.
Does anyone know if this would capable of playing Minecraft
doyle97dlo24/11/2019 14:17

Does anyone know if this would capable of playing Minecraft


I don't know whether it would manage it on lower settings but personally I don't think you'd want a laptop this low spec if you were planning on playing any games at all. Sounds like a recipe for frustration. Watching Netflix, word processing and browsing should be fine though.
steveyboy7924/11/2019 15:19

I don't know whether it would manage it on lower settings but personally I …I don't know whether it would manage it on lower settings but personally I don't think you'd want a laptop this low spec if you were planning on playing any games at all. Sounds like a recipe for frustration. Watching Netflix, word processing and browsing should be fine though.


Thank you
kalico23/11/2019 23:21

£60 per year for 1TB of storage is cheap.


I don't know, it doesn't quite seem it. To put it in perspective, a lightweight, small USB-powered 2TB hard drive currently costs under £50. You could buy one of those every year for 5 years and have enough left over to buy a 6th, and then keep each spare one in different safe location: one in the car, one at the parents' house, one wrapped in clingfilm & hermetically boxed up, buried in the garden, one in the shed, one at work - or, if self-employed, secretly taped up on the underside of the roof of your gym locker in a false compartment (you know, in case you lose your locker and don't want someone easily finding your... erm... family albums).
I call all this the Ron Swanson back-up plan.

You'd NEVER lose your data ever again no matter what happens except for some extinction-level-event - even then, if you have relatives or friends on another continent, you can send them one of the drives for safekeeping and with today's fast b-band speeds, even keep adding to it remotely. You'd of course be dead if the E.L.E. affected your side of the planet, but your data would be safe! 😁
Remember, cloud providers can go out of business, your data can get hacked, etc...
Edited by: "Shoesize" 27th Nov 2019
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