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LENOVO IdeaPad S130-14IGM 14" Intel® Celeron® Laptop - 64GB eMMC, Grey - £179 at Curry's PC World eBay store
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LENOVO IdeaPad S130-14IGM 14" Intel® Celeron® Laptop - 64GB eMMC, Grey - £179 at Curry's PC World eBay store

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Posted 8th Dec 2018

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Description

- Reliable Intel® processor for everyday computing

- Long lasting battery keeps you going for the whole day

- Stylish and durable design

The Lenovo IdeaPad S130-14IGM 14" Intel® Celeron® Laptop is part of our Social range, which features great-value laptops designed to keep you connected to what matters. It's ideal for social media, making notes, email, and shopping online.

Reliable Intel processor

The Lenovo IdeaPad S130-14IGM runs on an Intel® Celeron® processor, so you can easily browse through your favourite sites, jot down some ideas for that creative project you've been putting together or just update your social media.

A full work day's worth of power

The IdeaPad S130 has 8 hours of battery so you can browse, stream, and play your music for a whole day without having to worry about running out of power. And it's so thin and light, you can easily keep it with you in your bag and take it wherever you go.

Stylish and durable

Your IdeaPad S130 has a protective finish to guard against scratches and scrapes. There's also subtle rubber detailing on the bottom cover to maximise ventilation and stop your laptop overheating.

Microsoft Office & internet security

This PC doesn't come with a full version of Microsoft Office or Internet Security. But don't worry, you'll find great savings on software with the bundles available on the ‘Top Deals' tab on this page.
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I think this is a good deal - voted hot. Cold votes may be from peeps who remember this from a couple of weeks ago hotukdeals.com/dea…018

not available anymore though
horsepills18 m ago

I think this is a good deal - voted hot. Cold votes may be from peeps who …I think this is a good deal - voted hot. Cold votes may be from peeps who remember this from a couple of weeks ago https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-ideapad-120s-14inch-pentiumn4200-4gb-ram-64mb-emmc-14998-now-10-back-via-visa-checkout-ebuyer-3102018not available anymore though


Cold votes are probably from people who saw Celeron/Pentium and are stuck in the early 2000s or are annoyed it doesn’t have discrete graphics and full HD for this price. Good price for a new-ish machine, ex-lease always better but not always suitable.
Expandable memory?
I saw 64gb eMMC and voted cold
Smadmad08/12/2018 15:50

I saw 64gb eMMC and voted cold


Can you find better (new, not second hand or refurbished) at this price point?
Edited by: "horsepills" 8th Dec 2018
So need a little guidance how much would the memory effect this being used for basic browsing, ppt usage, paint, etc, want to get an intro laptop for our kids but they are really creative and storing video clips worries me In terms of using up the memory... thoughts?
arab71 h, 2 m ago

So need a little guidance how much would the memory effect this being used …So need a little guidance how much would the memory effect this being used for basic browsing, ppt usage, paint, etc, want to get an intro laptop for our kids but they are really creative and storing video clips worries me In terms of using up the memory... thoughts?


Could use cloud storage (Google Drive for example) to store the video clips. Most of my stuff is in Google Drive
horsepills08/12/2018 17:26

Can you find better (new, not second hand or refurbished) at this price …Can you find better (new, not second hand or refurbished) at this price point?


If I couldn't afford to pay more then £179 for a laptop, I'd rather buy a second hand or refurbished one. The 64gb can't be expanded. Considering the OS takes up between 16gb-20gb plus future updates. It's a pretty pointless machine.
Smadmad09/12/2018 10:26

If I couldn't afford to pay more then £179 for a laptop, I'd rather buy a …If I couldn't afford to pay more then £179 for a laptop, I'd rather buy a second hand or refurbished one. The 64gb can't be expanded. Considering the OS takes up between 16gb-20gb plus future updates. It's a pretty pointless machine.


Sorry but that's just nonsense. Whilst you personally may need more local storage, 64gb is more than enough for a lot of people (and you can always store media via the SD card).

I have a 64gb Lenovo. The O/S takes up around 18GB leaving plenty of storage for what I need (light browsing and a bit of office work). Even with future updates there will be plenty of space.

Voting cold on something just because it's not something of use to you personally does my head in on this site. Then following it up with a load of old twaddle like "it's a pretty pointless machine" just shows what you know about tech
horsepills09/12/2018 10:37

Sorry but that's just nonsense. Whilst you personally may need more local …Sorry but that's just nonsense. Whilst you personally may need more local storage, 64gb is more than enough for a lot of people (and you can always store media via the SD card).I have a 64gb Lenovo. The O/S takes up around 18GB leaving plenty of storage for what I need (light browsing and a bit of office work). Even with future updates there will be plenty of space.Voting cold on something just because it's not something of use to you personally does my head in on this site. Then following it up with a load of old twaddle like "it's a pretty pointless machine" just shows what you know about tech


Store media via SD cards? How? This doesn't have a SD card slot. If you are going to spend money on storage devices you might as well spend that money on a better laptop. As said previously the hard drive can't be upgraded and if the eMMC fails( the most common component to fail) this laptop becomes redundant.
Smadmad09/12/2018 15:33

Store media via SD cards? How? This doesn't have a SD card slot. If you …Store media via SD cards? How? This doesn't have a SD card slot. If you are going to spend money on storage devices you might as well spend that money on a better laptop. As said previously the hard drive can't be upgraded and if the eMMC fails( the most common component to fail) this laptop becomes redundant.


Again, you're showing how little you know...

This does have a microSD card slot - you can see it on the side of the product picture for goodness sake! If that isn't enough to convince you then just check out the official specification on Lenovo - it supports cards up to 128gb

A decent 64gb card to store your media on costs around £10

The eMMC is the "most common component to fail"? Where do you get your info from? Do you have any proof of this? In my experience mechanical components fail far more.
horsepills09/12/2018 16:28

Again, you're showing how little you know...This does have a microSD card …Again, you're showing how little you know...This does have a microSD card slot - you can see it on the side of the product picture for goodness sake! If that isn't enough to convince you then just check out the official specification on Lenovo - it supports cards up to 128gbA decent 64gb card to store your media on costs around £10The eMMC is the "most common component to fail"? Where do you get your info from? Do you have any proof of this? In my experience mechanical components fail far more.


Apologises , Although it showed it in the picture the spec listed on eBay didn't.

The most common failure on any computer/laptop. Its the storage device, Yet this one can't replaced as it's soldered to the motherboard. If it was replaceable it would be ok as it gives you option for future upgrades.
Smadmad09/12/2018 16:40

Apologises , Although it showed it in the picture the spec listed on eBay …Apologises , Although it showed it in the picture the spec listed on eBay didn't.The most common failure on any computer/laptop. Its the storage device, Yet this one can't replaced as it's soldered to the motherboard. If it was replaceable it would be ok as it gives you option for future upgrades.


Well first of all you voted cold as the 64gb wasn't big enough - making it "a pretty pointless machine". Now it's because it might fail? Rather than accept it's not cold, you're clutching at straws!

btw - the laptop comes with a 1 year warranty, which can be upgraded to 3 years with Lenovo for just £20.30.
Edited by: "horsepills" 9th Dec 2018
horsepills09/12/2018 21:27

Well first of all you voted cold as the 64gb wasn't big enough - making it …Well first of all you voted cold as the 64gb wasn't big enough - making it "a pretty pointless machine". Now it's because it might fail? Rather than accept it's not cold, you're clutching at straws!btw - the laptop comes with a 1 year warranty, which can be upgraded to 3 years with Lenovo for just £20.30.


I voted cold because of the eMMC and the 64GB. Read my first comment!
Smadmad10/12/2018 13:04

I voted cold because of the eMMC and the 64GB. Read my first comment!


Yeah your first comment said cold because of the 64gb eMMC then when asked to explain you came up with some nonsense about it being pointless due to the size - then when challenged about that you moved onto say it's because it might fail. Enough of your nonsense!
horsepills12 m ago

Yeah your first comment said cold because of the 64gb eMMC then when asked …Yeah your first comment said cold because of the 64gb eMMC then when asked to explain you came up with some nonsense about it being pointless due to the size - then when challenged about that you moved onto say it's because it might fail. Enough of your nonsense!


I stand by both comments.
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